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  • Audio CD (21 Jun 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sorepoint
  • ASIN: B0002DXI1I
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 440,711 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "wetdream_jg" on 29 July 2004
Format: Audio CD
this album is definately better than the previous album, light a match for i deserve to burn, in my opinion. The album features a lot less screaming which i thought didnt suit the band. its a damn shame they split up shortly after the us release fo the album. i wish them all luck in forming new bands and continuing TBM. buy this album!!!!!!!!!
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "charleetheemogirl" on 20 May 2004
Format: Audio CD
The Beautiful Mistake were an average emo band. Their songs were catchy and an enjoyable listen but when it finished I found I had forgotten any of the songs. Light a Match...showed promise but I didn't expect as a incredible follow up as This is Who You Are. The melodies are incredible, the singing beautiful and the songs are just fantastic.
If you are into "emo", post-hardcore or like Thursday or any other band worth a mention buy this album. To me its already a classic.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Room for improvement 26 April 2004
By Jon Kortebein - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I heard the title tune on DirecTV's "Alternative" music channel and liked the song enough to buy the record. Unfortunately, save for a few tunes, the record as a whole disappoints me. The first three songs are, in my opinion, the best on the record and highlight what the band does well. They have an anthemic quality, offer reasonably interesting, tight arrangements, use dynamic changes well and deliver empassioned vocals while avoiding screaming, which to me is cliche. That's especially true of Wide-Eyed and Wasted, where they use the two-guitar setup to present a broad, interesting pallette. On none of the songs are lyrics an asset, though lyrics of the first few tracks are superior to the others. Production values on this record exceed expectations. It sounds pretty good.
I get the sense that TBM shot the moon on this recording, but I don't think they quite made it. To get there they'll need to continue to focus on the strengths identified above while working hard to improve their lyrical offerings. On this record I get the sense that TBM has fallen into the trap of believing that the passion with which the words are sung compensates for the shortcomings of those words. It doesn't.
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Average 29 Jun 2004
By D. M. Trevarthen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is Who You Are is a letdown after Light a Match. The lyrics are sappy, the riffs less engaging, and the songs as a whole are lacking something. Where Light a Match showed a blatant disregard for pop sensibilities (and it worked) by switching from soaring melodies to brutal breakdowns, this record tries too hard to be accessible. As a result, there is no vitality. Where Light a Match depicted a band performing dark, grandoise emo tunes, This is Who You Are is a sappy performance of indie rock.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Hope for the future. 19 May 2004
By SKOLVK - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I thought this album was pretty good. "This is who you are" is a beautiful song. I love its message of determination and perseverance. "The seperation" and "Cold hands" were also great tracks but I found the rest of the album kind of bland. "Wide eyed and wasted" showed promise but never got off the ground. Even though this album is lacking, the talent of the band is undeniable. I'm sure fans of Dredg will enjoy this album but I think the best is still to come form Beautiful Mistake. The band just needs to devlope their sound more and they will be a force to be reconed with.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
New epic for our dying youth...this IS who we are. 10 April 2004
By Roberta Schiz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
An absolute epic! Beautifully toned down a bit with the screaming and created a definitive sound that is missing from other emo and punk. Many fans miss the screaming, but now they aren't labeled as a fake screamo band...not like there were. If they wouldn't of grown to this extent, this album would not be the amazing epic it is! A MUST BUY for any emo, screamo, hardcore, or music fan in general. I guess now should be the time to break down the songs.
This Is Who You Are - Great opening riff with a chorus that even a nazi could sing to...bad example. What im trying to say is that this song is a great sign-a-long that will be with you forever! Best song on album.
Wide-Eyed And Wasted - Secong best song on the album. This song has the best verse and a great lead riff in the chorus.
My Reminder - This song is ok, but it has a great sing-a-long chorus!
Cold Hearts - The heaviest song probably cause it's the only song with screaming. Definitly good if you really like the older stuff.
A Safe Place - Again, an amazing chorus.
The Separation - Amazing song, it has so much energy and the guitars are pretty cool.
The Great Divorce - This song has probably the second best chorus in the album. Also, pretty powerful lyrics.
Walking Wounded - A pretty punkish song with the best lyrics on the whole album.
A Freindly Committee - A very fast song with an energenic chorus. Again for someone who likes the older stuff better.
Cold Hands - The major epic of the album. Great guitars, AMAZING DRUMS, and good bass. About 7 or 8 minuets long of one of the greatest songs the band has ever written.
That's all that needs to be said. BUY THIS NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Confused by reviews 26 Oct 2005
By z - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
It seems to me that every review is the same one from people thinking they know a lot about music, but are just copying everyone elses response. This cd and the last are very similar musically. This is who you are just doesn't have screaming, but that doesn't make it completely different or that the music is going downhill. I like screaming, but I also believe it is a huge crutch. If you would look deeper than the screaming, you will see that they are very similar.
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