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Our Darkest Days [CD]

Ignite Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (15 May 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B000F7CKI8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 134,527 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro (Our Darkest Days)
2. Bleeding
3. Fear Is Our Tradition
4. Let It Burn
5. Poverty for All
6. My Judgement Day
7. Slowdown
8. Save Yourself
9. Are You Listening
10. Three Years
11. Know Your History
12. Strength
13. Sunday Bloody Sunday
14. Live for Better Days

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD
I first saw Ignite on the Vans stage at the Leeds festival in 99. They were selling a self-released compilation of their Call on My Brothers album and the self-titled Ep. It's solid hardcore punk-rock.

Then came A Place Called amazing album. Chock full of songs blurring the line between punk and hardcore, wrapped up in an almost counter-intuitive heaviness that made the album a classic that, along with the pertinance of the lyrics kept it relevant and essential all the way through the long wait for the next album.

I'm writing this only half-way through my first listen of the album and this may be a record of their Darkest Days, but it's a pretty good day for me. This album is the perfect sum of the outstanding parts.

The vocals are typically soaring, the tunes retain the heaviness of 'A Place called Home' wrapped around grade-A hardcore.

I could go on, but the point of this review is that if you're an Ignite fan, you need this album.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Spud76 22 Feb 2013
Format:Audio CD
Fantastic melodic hardcore album that has great sounding lyrics to match the music! Grabs you instantly and does not put you down until it stops super catchy from start to finish not a poor song on it, can't recommend enough so just buy it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars ignite 15 Oct 2006
Format:Audio CD
Well what can i say this album is amazing ! I recently got in to the genre of hardcore/punk and i stumbled across this i had never heard them befor but i thought i would give them a go. All i can say is i'm glad i did give it a go !
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5.0 out of 5 stars Turning The Dark Days Bright 10 Jun 2006
By LeftManOut - Published on
Format:Audio CD
Ignite have really come back and surprised the world with their latest offering "Our Darkest Days". Seeing as how the band's last outing came back in 2001, it's hard to believe that after a five year absence they could come back and even make a dent in the music scene again. But their newest effort sees them strongly laying down the gauntlet and getting punk rock back to what it was all about to begin with. With screamo and metalcore so dominant over most of the underground music scene right now, "Our Darkest Days" is a breathe of fresh air in such a stale environment. From the inspiring lyrics, to the melodic song structures to the excellent musicianship, "Our Darkest Days" has all the ingredients of a Grade A punk rock or melodic hardcore record, and it's about time an album of this nature was unleashed on the public.

There's many things that set Ignite apart from a lot of the punk/hardcore bands that have come along in the last few years. Not only have they been around longer than the majority of them, but they are also extremely good at what they do. While their last effort, 2001's "A Place Called Home" left much more to be desired, "Our Darkest Days" gives the listener everything they could possibly want from the band. Following their departure from TVT records (which everyone should admit, was never a good home for Ignite's sound) and their signing with Abacus recordings Ignite put together one of 2006's best releases.

Bringing the culmination of their old school hardcore meets melodic punk sound to its full pinnacle, Ignite has officially brought forth their masterpiece. While past releases have all been good and offered entertaining listens, "Our Darkest Days" is front to back the strongest and most impressive record the band has put out yet. However there's many distinctions that make them standout from most of the punk rock pack. First of all they have a singer who can actually sing. And sing very well at that. Zoli Teglas, while taking a very melodic approach to his vocals, is such a strong front man for the band that it makes listening to the record an utter pleasure every time because he really knows what he is doing. His lyrics are also incredibly self aware and refreshing in today's music world. His backing band isn't too shabby either. The guitar riffs are punchy one minute, before instantly transforming into catchy, melodic choruses. The rhythm section keeps up the intensity and speed at all times, and then instantly dies down into softer parts. Everything about the band is accomplished.

As far as the songs on the album are concerned, there is not a bad one on the lot. Of the 14 tracks there's not one moment on the album which isn't catchy or uninspired. The small intro ("Intro (Our Darkest Days)") sets the pace for the record, before instantly diving into the blistering "Bleeding". "Know Your History" and "Poverty For All" are both energetic, speedy numbers that combine thoughtful lyrics with melodic hooks. "My Judgement Day", "Save Yourself" and "Fear is Our Tradition" are probably the album's three strongest tracks, but it really is a difficult task setting any one song out against the others. The most surprising pieces come in the form of the cover of U2's "Sunday, Bloody Sunday" (ever wonder what it would have sounded like if U2 played speedy punk rock? Here's the chance to find out) and the closing acoustic number "Live For Better Days", which both give the album depth and diversity among it's punk friendly selection. Rounding out just shy of 36 minutes, it has the perfect length to keep the listener interested the entire way and yet not become overbearing or boring along the way.

"Our Darkest Days" isn't just the best punk release 2006 has seen thus, it's one of the best records any of genre that has come out. Fans of punk and melodic hardcore shouldn't be without this disc. It has everything that fans of the aforementioned styles love about their music. Combining Rich vocals, excellent musicianship, insightful lyrics, and over the top energy, "Our Darkest Days" has truly set the bar for all other punk bands putting out records this year. Here's to hoping we get a new record from these guys sometime before 2011!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Incredible album... 15 Dec 2007
By Scott - Published on
Format:Audio CD
This album is incredible. I have listened to it over and over, and I keep expecting to get sick of it, but I haven't. I was an Ignite fan years ago, but kind of forgot about them because of the length in between albums, so I really didn't notice when this album first came out. I regret not getting it immediately.

Ignite remains intense, and melodic. Zoli's voice is totally unique, and he is an awesome vocalist. The songs on this album are all powerful and there is not one mediocre song on it. Not once have I skipped a song, but I do have two favorites, "Bleeding" and "Poverty For All."

This is the best album I have bought in at least the past year, and has made it into my top 10 favorites.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great stuff! 3 Sep 2006
By M. Simonds - Published on
Format:Audio CD
Excellent record, better than just about anything else being put out these days. Good for fans of all kinds of ROCK music. The singer reminds me of '70s metal (in a good way) and the mix punk and metal guitar sounds is a great combination. Fans of Strung Out and Rise Against should like this. My favorites on this are Slowdown, Three Years, Know Your History, Poverty For All. Highly recommended.
5.0 out of 5 stars Ignite: Our Darkest Days 5 Feb 2014
By ryderthethird - Published on
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This album kicks so much ass, I can't even describe the kinda of emotion that comes out of this album. Zoli Téglás voice is is just beautiful, I haven't herd any thing like it thus and since, PICK UP THIS ALBUM.
5.0 out of 5 stars Love This Album! 13 Sep 2013
By Christie M. - Published on
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Sorry for writing a late review, but I really have been enjoying this album! CD came in a timely fashion and it was what I expected. I really dig this band and I really like this album the best. :) Thanks!
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