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Punk with a satisfyingly vicious snarl, Alkaline Trio are the sound of Blink 182's truant-playing next-door neighbours breaking into dad's drinks cabinet and drinking it dry. This Chicago trio are three boozers, abusers and all-round losers that crank out the sort of perfectly deformed, hair-tearingly angstful pop-punk tunes that made Green Day's Dookie such a mainstream punk landmark.
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in comparision to there other albums this one sets itself so far from the days of FHTI but is what appears to be a sharper and more whole version of good mourning . the songs feel more complete and as every song passes you get the feeling that every little detail was delt with on this album. by far the best alkaline trio album to date . if you like the band then there is no reason to not have this cd . if you are a fan of the the punk , punk/pop , alternative , emo sound then cd will blow you away . no doubt a work of art . please see for yourself . you wont regret this cd .
Crimson showcases a much darker, brooding sound. The humour is very much dried up here, but they never step away from their background. Of course on that note there is nothing here that could match songs like Private Eye or Radio, in fact the first single 'Time to Waste' is one of their most haunting tunes ever.
This album is definately better than Good Mourning, in fact with songs like 'The Poison' and 'I was a Prayer' Dan Andriano's talents outshine some of Matt Skiba's songs from previous records. If you enjoyed 'Old Skool Reasons' on Good Mourning you'll be pleased to hear there is more tunes with Dan and Matt swapping vocal duties like on the fantastic 'Mercy Me' or the devilish 'Settle for Satin'.
My favourite songs have to be Back to Hell as it is a good fashioned punk song with great lyrics and Sadie is a fantastically moving ballad, with an epic chorus, a great opening and a lovely ending making it the album's centrepiece.
I hope this helps, i've found it hard trying to write this review, but most importantly i hope this encourages you to buy this CD.