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on 20 November 2006
In my top ten albums of all time. Beautfiul and insightful without being cliched, this contains true moments of genius in 80% of the tracks. Go buy.
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on 8 January 2004
A mark,A mission, A brand,A scar is or was one of the best albums of 2003 in my eyes. Chris Carrababba with band in tow followed up to the equally fantastic places you have come to fear the most, with more of a band feel. It kicks off with one of the best love songs (for people aged 15-25!) in the last 10 years- Hands Down, there is not a bad song on this record! full of classic dashboard emotion, some of the other stand out tracks for me are- "Rapid Hope Loss" "Bend and not break" and "carve your heart out yourself" for fans of his earler work take note of "ghost of a good thing" and the two bonus tracks. if you dont all ready own this album ask yourself why! Recommended for fans of: Brand new, any drive thru band!, taking back sunday.
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on 31 March 2005
Dashboard confessional bring us the most beautiful emo music around. They are just amazing. This album is ace and should be amongst anyones cd collection. "Hands down" best song on the album in my opinon seriously a quality song. This album deserves only the best reveiws. You really must have it .
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on 4 May 2015
Perfect! He loved it!
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on 19 October 2003
Brilliant. one of the few albums ive heard in which there isnt a weak track. amazing guitars and lyrics! get it!!!
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on 16 January 2005
I first came over Dashboard Confessional when i heard the 'Hands Down' Video on Launch, i was entranced into the song, i loved it, i listened to it day after day it was my fave song for 4months until other songs came in, i was talking to one of my friends about it, she hates them but had this album anyway, she decided itd be fine if i had it, ive had it for about 3days, and ive been listening to it over and over, whether im playing Halo, talking to friends, out with friends, or just lying down, its lyrics are so emotional that it may bring you to tears. I just cannot stop listening to this album over and over (Im even listening to it right now), its brought me to look for more Dashboard albums, ive been into the 'emo' genre for a while now, but when i heard this album through, i just, fell in love. The only song on the album im not too fond of is 'Carry this Picture' but 1 out of 15 songs that is an 'OK' song isnt bad at all, im considering whether its the greatest album Ever! It is very addictive. I recommend this Album to anyone in any circumstances, i got this album when i was really happy, its extremely depressing, but...in a good way if you get that, sorta like being Happy about being Depressed. Anyway, i recommend this album to ANYONE! Whatever genre of music they are into. A classic album.
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on 9 October 2004
This is one of life's surprises. The name 'Dashboard Confessional' would confuse most English minds, and 'A Mark A Mission A Brand A Scar' mentioned in conversation would probably be assumed as a heavey rock, underground album of a band who are mad at their dads. However this is, in fact, a piece of art. The music is, and i mean completely, faultless. 'Hands Down' and 'Rapid Hope Loss' will please the more rockpunk orientated, while 'As Lovers Go' adds mystery to your ear. You like it, but can't define it. 'Morning Calls' is without doubt lyrical genious and 'Carve Your Heart Out Yourself' is relaxing, contemplation acoustic. The singing is beautiful, as is the music. I love it more everytime i hear it.
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