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Product details

  • Audio CD (29 Feb. 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Hopeless Records
  • ASIN: B002HGV23O
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,965 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Weightless
2. Break Your Little Heart
3. Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)
4. Lost In Stereo
5. Stella
6. Sick Little Games
7. Hello, Brooklyn
8. Walls
9. Too Much
10. Keep The Change, You Filthy Animal
11. A Party Song (The Walk Of Shame)
12. Therapy
13. Bonus Tracks:
14. Poison (B-Side)
15. Weightless (Secret Handshake Remix)
16. Lost In Stereo (Cobra Starship Remix)
17. Dear Maria, Count Me In (Acoustic)
18. Coffee Shop Soundtrack (Acoustic)
19. Weightless Video (On The Road Version)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A. Rowlinson on 16 July 2009
Format: Audio CD
Following up a genre defining hit album like So Wrong, It's Right, is a colossal assignment. Fans and critics alike, care about what you put out; they scrutinize, criticize and/or idolize every riff, hook, and lyric.

Determined to surpass the bliss of their 2007 effort, Maryland pop punkers All Time Low return at the heart of summer, with their third album Nothing Personal, armed with the support of production powerhouses of Matt Squire (Boys Like Girls, Panic! At The Disco), Butch Walker (The Academy Is..., Avril Lavigne, Midtown), and David Bendeth (Paramore, Underoath, Madina Lake).

It's evident from the onset of "Weightless" that All Time Low have slightly tweaked their sound. First to be observed are the vocals. While remaining recognizable, vocalist Alex Gaskarth's voice undergoes an unusual, minor change; sounding noticeably higher. We are assured by Mr. Gaskarth himself, that his is `how he sings`, and not caused by vocal effects, which will be the inevitable allegation accompanying such a faultless vocal performance.

Furthermore, an experimental side to All Time Low is seen; with the band willing to try different structural approaches, and many songs see a departure from their previous, predominantly guitar driven sound, with many songs heavily integrating drums and synthesizers.

Nothing Personal begins as it aims to continue, with "Weightless"; a classic All Time Low song, with inviting lyrics and initially tame, yet intensifying instrumentals slowing surging towards a monumental, memorable chorus, featuring the best, most imaginative hooks the genre has to offer.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. Cressey on 21 April 2010
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I only came across All Time Low as I am a Baltimore Ravens fan and saw them band members wearing Ravens shirts on their video to 'Lost-in-Stereo'- they are all from Maryland USA and big Ravens fans of course. Intrigued I did a bit of looking around at their other vidoes on you-tube. I was so impressed I bought this album - mainly on the strength of Lost-in-Stereo and Stella.

One thing - their songs are REALLY good. Described as Pop/Punk theirs is a real sense of fun with all the songs on this album. A lot like the early Green Day, but without the West Coast angst and depression, and with a lot more beer drinking!

If you ever want to take a 'punt' on an album - this is the one!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jilan Gaskarth on 26 Aug. 2009
Format: Audio CD
Nothing Personal
The new Album from All Time Low is worthy of a place in anyone's CD collection. The songs are catchy and upbeat, the production strong. ATL have remained loyal to their pop-punk roots, but have moved forward in their musicality.

"Stella" and "Lost in Stereo" could easily become club anthems. I hope they get the radio play they deserve.

Well done boys!
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Format: Audio CD
After dowloading this album off Amazon, I was surprised by how catchy and simple the songs were. So many people have recommended All Time Low, and after my friend went to go and see them live, I thought I'd get the album.

The songs are very catchy and after listening to the album once I'd picked the best songs. "Hello Brooklyn" is probably the best, closely followed by "Sick Little Games" and "Stella"

Overall, a very good album and well worth buying. Don't think twice about getting it.
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Format: Audio CD
One of the best pop-punk albums ever made. Almost every track (with the exception of the appalling Too Much) is a catchy, singalong anthem - highlights are too many to mention in detail but Stella and Hello Brooklyn are fantastic, while the first 8 songs can be played on a loop for ever without them sounding tired!
A brilliant album, and probably All Time Low's best, as it hasn't yet strayed too much into the boy band style pop which takes over a few of the songs on Dirty Work
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By The Wolf TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 23 July 2009
Format: Audio CD
If you want a fine little band to fill the hole
that Fall Out Boy fell into when they strayed off
the safe path and lost their way in the deep, dark
woods of mediocrity then you may not need to look
further than All Time Low and their splendid new
album 'Nothing Personal'.

There is electricity and pazazz aplenty in these 12
sparkling power-pop compositions. More than a little
formulaic perhaps but when you've got something that
works (and works perfectly well) don't try to fix it.

Strong melodies; driving guitar-led arrangements;
efficient singing from Mr Gaskarth and able harmonic and
instrumental support from Messrs Barakat, Dawson and Merrick.

All the material would doubtless scrub up well
live as there is very little that can go wrong
with music of such pristine simplicity.

'Weightless' kicks things off in fine style. The staccato
opening creates just the right kind of anticipation
before the killer chorus kicks in with anthemic splendour.

'Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)' has enough
pent-up energy to power the streetlights of a small
Midlands town for at least a month (I will admit that
this hypothesis is untested).

'Stella' is nothing short of delightful and very,
very funny. Rabelaisian frat-house shenanigans.

'Walls' is another well crafted composition.
The skittering percussion and driving refrain
are one of the album's true highlights.
Mr Dawson is here, as elsewhere, a cracking little drummer.

'Party Song (The Walk Of Shame)' is another lolloping slice
of laddish mayhem. These boy's know how to party methinks!
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