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Take This To Your Grave

24 Jan. 2006 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 6 May 2003
  • Release Date: 24 Jan. 2006
  • Label: Fueled By Ramen/ADA/ATL
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  • Total Length: 39:20
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  • ASIN: B001F0SQY6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,637 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By "martin-3df" on 19 Nov. 2004
Format: Audio CD
Every song on this album is fantastic. Not a single track that you'd want to skip.
The songs are technically sound, filled with guitar harmonies and underlying riffs, but still remains amazingly original. The vocals have excellent harmonies too, and often two part vocals doing crazy things keep you interested.
The lyrics to the songs are clever and well thought out, but what is really amazing is patrick (frontman's) singing voice. He is one of the best pop-punk vocalists ive heard in a long time. Every song has a new hook or harmony to keep you listening.
The album's only weak point is that the songs are all very similar sounding, and that the album is a little short, but when they're produced such a punchy, catchy, to-the-point record, what else can i do but give them 5 stars.
Good job Fall Out Boy. I think any pop-punk or even emo fans should definitly check this out.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "www_stateofemergency_net" on 13 Feb. 2004
Format: Audio CD
Fall Out Boy play an intelligent brand of pop-punk, laced with emo influences and sharp tongued wit. Their bitter, amusingly dark humour and intelligence are well demonstrated in lines such as; 'To my favorite liar, to my favorite scar: "I could have died with you" I hope you choke on those words, that kiss, that bottle' & 'On the drive home, joke about the kid you used to see and his jealousy, breaking hearts has never looked so cool, as when you wrap your car around a tree, your makeup looks great next to his teeth.
While the above lyrics hailing from; '"Tell That Mick He Just Made My List of Things to Do Today"' are interesting, funny and smart. The track's sound is very similar to that of Taking Back Sunday whereas the chorus of; 'Dead On Arrival' is very New Found Glory-esque. There is a delightful range of styles here - including the bouncy bass driven verses of; 'Grand Theft Autumn'. A song perfectly designed for the aural pleasure of a generation of 2nd wave pop-punk fans.
Bitingly witty lines such as; 'I've seen sinking ships go down with more grace than you' from; 'Sending Postcards from a Plane Crash (Wish You Were Here)' find the band sounding a little like Less Than Jake (vocally) yet writing on an entirely different level. 'The Pros and Cons of Breathing' is a little too rooted in the emo genre for it's own good and the chorus' chord progressions; when matched with the vocals - sound and feel awkward. The catchy palm muting in attendance on; 'Calm Before The Storm' and it's cheeky percussion work just as well as the dark, fast paced; 'Reinventing the Wheel to Run Myself Over' with it's small references to hardcore and twinkling emotionally charged pre-chorus fret work.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By lust_and_lunacy on 18 Feb. 2006
Format: Audio CD
I bought this album a while ago but hadn't really spent a lot of time listening to it until recently. I have to say, this is one of the most catchy albums out there, but the difference with FOB is you don't feel like it's a crime to hum along with the songs. The lyrics make sense, the beat is awesome and it's just music you can dance to. My favourite songs are 'saturday', 'sending postcards from a plane crash' and the uberly fun 'grand theft autumn/where is your boy'. I know everyone adores them for under the cork tree, but in my opinion this is a far superior album with a lot of moments on that seem to be overshadowed by the catchiness of 'sugar we're going down.' If you like the music catchy, the lyrics slightly emo and the singing rather girly, then this is for you...you know you want it!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 17 Sept. 2004
Format: Audio CD
Well, when i bought the album it was because i read an article about them in a magazine. It sounded good, so i was curious about what they had to offer. I must say i was not disappoimted by them. The vocals on the album are heart-felt and at the same time they are well-executed and they sound good with the rest of the music, which is great. The songs never get boring, even though you hear them over and over again, cause every time you listen to them you will hear something new. To all of you out there who love catchy pop-punk with great vocals and melodies... BUY THIS ALBUM!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bahlob on 25 July 2007
Format: Audio CD
Early Fall Out Boy before they got really famous were just as good as they are today. I have to admit that I had to listen to this album a few times before I could appreciate just how good it is and now Fall Out Boy are my favourite band. I think I like all there albums equally and this album does have some great songs such as The Pros And Cons Of Breathing which is my favourite and it is closely followed by Saturday and Dead On Arrival. The instruments are well played and the singing is excellent. I reccomend this album to any rock\emo music fan.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "gashead14" on 5 May 2004
Format: Audio CD
Fall out boy seem to be tagged as the next big thing in the states for this genre at the moment, and with take this to your grave as there debut its not hard to see why, full of great lyrics and great long song titles! It is probably the best new album of 2004 that i have perchased. stand out tracks: chicago is so two years ago, Grand theft autumn/where is your boy? and homesick at space camp. i would recommend this to any fans of Dashboard confessional, taking back sunday, finch, starting line ect....
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