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As Paramore embark on the most successful year of their career, there seems to be no limit as to what they can accomplish. The band’s last 2007 album RIOT! has sold nearly two million copies worldwide, the group was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2008 for “Best New Artist” and even their live CD/DVD The Final Riot! has gone gold. However while these statistics are ... Read more in Amazon's Paramore Store

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  • Audio CD (9 Jun. 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Fueled by Ramen
  • ASIN: B000PTYPAC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,136 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. "For A Pessimist, I'm Pretty Optimistic"
2. That's What You Get
3. Hallelujah
4. Misery Business
5. When It Rains
6. Let The Flames Begin
7. Miracle
8. crushcrushcrush
9. We Are Broken
10. Fences
11. Born For This

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CD > BRAZILIAN MUSIC > MPB - BRAZILIAN POPULAR MUSIC Please note: This CD contains a copy protection. It can be played on all normal audio CD players. Etc. The playability on PC drives can not be guaranteed.

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4.5 out of 5 stars

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mart TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 27 May 2008
Format: Audio CD
This is the U.S import version of RIOT which consists of 2 discs. All the original album tracks are included, plus a demo version of `When it Rains' and live versions of `Misery Business', `Pressure', `For A Pessimist I'm Pretty Optimistic, and `Born For This'. There's also some on-tour and studio footage, and a photo gallery. The cover differs slightly from the standard, showing a picture of the band which really should have been in colour (orange hair!).

Formed in Franklin, Tennessee in 2004 Paramore are a four piece band led by teenage female vocalist Hayley Williams backed by Josh Farro on guitar/vocals, brother Zac on drums and Jeremy Davis on bass.

Paramore - the unusual name is derived from a former member's maiden name and the word `paramour' meaning secret lover - are variously described as power pop, punk/alternative rock and emo, and their influences, according to their website, are all US bands of similar punk/rock/indie/alternative styles.

Orange-haired, brightly dressed singer Hayley cuts a striking image and the comparisons to Gwen Stefani, Kelly Clarkson and Avril Lavigne are inevitable, but this is no brat teenager-in-a-tantrum pleading for understanding, it's one who is confident, enthusiastic, full of raw energy and intends to have fun whatever life throws at her. Her appeal is wide-ranging - a readers poll by Kerrang! magazine in 2006 voted her number 2 `Sexiest Female' (beaten by Amy Lee of Evanescence) and in an article in NME magazine she was described as `young, articulate and with plenty to say'.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Samantha Jayne on 22 Nov. 2008
Format: Audio CD
I first heard about Paramore eariler on this year, my friend told me to listen to Until Tomorrow and I fell in love with the band. Hayley is an awesome singer and Riot! is now one of my favourite albums. CrushCrushCrush and That's What You Get have to be two of the best songs on the album and I think everyone should get it lol....god I ramble....
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Mathy on 14 Sept. 2007
Format: Audio CD
I first heard Paramore's single 'Misery Business' on the music television programmes. Being a music enthusiast (to put it lightly), I pulled up iTunes and Youtube to explore some of their other songs.
This album is by far one of the best albums I have bought this year. From start to finish, the ablum expresses a rollercoaster of emotions, without crossing the line into the dreaded stereotypical 'emo' sound branded to most contemporary alternative bands. From upbeat tempos to slow rock-'ballads', catchy guitar riffs to amazing vocal tunes, the songs on this album are great.
The highlights of this album are 'Hallelujah', a song that everyone can't help but (at least attempt to) sing along to, and 'Born For This', which leaves the listener pumping their fists to the tune and eagerly awaiting more Paramore!
I would recommend this album to anyone, especially fans of alternative, rock and (dare I sya...?) 'emo' music.
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By Dave_42 on 11 April 2010
Format: Audio CD
It is a difficult choice, but I would have to pick "Riot!" as the best of the first three albums from Paramore. "All We Know" is a strong debut, but it has some weaker points, and "Brand New Eyes" has several of what I feel are their best songs, but it doesn't maintain such a high-level of quality on all of its tracks. This is a very impressive album, all the more so when one considers that it is only their second. It was released on June 12, 2007.

"For a Pessimist I'm Pretty Optimistic" opens the album with a strong number, but not one which would be released as a single. As with most of the songs on this album it is fairly basic, but has a good driving feel to it. "That's What You Get" is the next piece and is one of the four singles from the album. This is followed by another single "Hallelujah" which is similar in lyric content, though this time instead of heading towards a break-up this one is about seeing things through and staying together. "Misery Business" is another of the singles from the album, and another song about relationships, though this one is about fighting over a man. "When it Rains" is another break-up song, but at least this one has a significantly different feel then those which came before.

"Let the Flames Begin" is the bridge song between the first and second half of the album. This one isn't a relationship song, but instead seems to be about finding oneself. "Miracle" moves back to the area of relationship pieces, and is probably the weakest song on the album, though that is not difficult given the quality of the rest of the tracks. "Crushcrushcrush" is the next piece and the remaining single from the album. This one rings in a different aspect to the other relationship songs on the album.
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I've always "liked" paramore in the sense I can listen to them but their first album 'All we know is falling' came across very repetative and didn't really grab me like it did with many other people. 'Riot' on the other hand has to be one of the freshest albums out on the market today. With all the samey indie albums out and alot of bands trying to open new avenues but failing to really do so, paramore steps up with an energetic and original second album that has grabbed me as much as Panic!'s first album.

'For a pessimist, i'm pretty optimistic' opens the album with an energy filled track and you know it's going to be another teenage love trouble album. Not another one right? But fortunately for the paramore fan you get more than just a rant.

No track proves that more than 'hallelujah' which i just can't describe but i can't concentrate on anything when i'm listening to it.

'Misery business' is of course the hook for the album and is extremely catchy and probably has the best guitar work on the album. Misery seems to be a key element in the album with the word itself being used numerous times. Who'd have thought that misery could be so fun and upbeat.

'CrushCrushCrush' is another track that seperates itself from he others. Bouncing guitars and another set of clever lyrics with matching drums makes this track second only to 'hallelujah'.

The last track i'd like to talk about is 'Fences'. My first impression when i heard was 'Bluetones'. It wouldn't be out of place on one of their albums and quite simply i love it. The bassline is perfect and the chorus is just brilliant and is my 3rd favourite track on the album.
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