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  • Audio CD (9 April 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Victory Records
  • ASIN: B00005AVQ4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 84,191 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Thursday ~ Full Collapse

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Format: Audio CD
This album, the second full-length release from Thursday following their independently released 'waiting' opus, marks a rational progression of their melodic 'post-hardcore' (for want of a better word) sound. They comfortably mix intricate guitar swells to angular, jarring rythmic parts; and with a stunning effect. First track proper, 'Understanding in a Car Crash' is perhaps most typical of their sound; vocals tear throught the music, it shouldn't really work but does!!! The track builds and builds to a frankly awe-inspiring climax. Similar examples of the band's excellent song-writing are apparent on other stnd-out tracks; 'Autobiography of a Nation' featuring one of the biggest choruses I've ever heard, the Glassjaw-esque 'Cross Out the Eyes' and 'Standing on the Edge of Summer.' You are unlikely to find better examples of this genre than these highlights. Unfortunately, the album is unable to maintain this sort of consistency. It is difficult to determine whether the other tracks are worse than the highlights, or the highlights are just so good they put the rest of the album to shame!!! Nevertheless, it would be worthy of a purchase for these tracks alone, and tracks like 'Paris in Flames' and 'Hole in the World'are far from poor. Overall, I would strongly recommend this to anybody with a fondness for Glassjaw, Waterdown, The Movielife, Finch yadda yadda yadda!!!
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after having listened to this album quite consistently over the past 6 months i think it has to rank among the best i've ever heard. no other album sends so many chills down my spine. haunting, often dazy ambient sounds litter the first 30 seconds of the album before the New Jersey quintet burst into full life with the fast-moving melodic "Understanding In A Car Crash". Personal highlights on the album include the run-up to the highest note on "Concealer", the harmonic dual-lyrics complimenting each other perfectly, "Autobiography of a nation" especially the first time he sings (hits the note so sweetly and powerfully, i always get chills down my spine). The best song on the album doesnt come for 6 songs, but when it does it mesmerises you. From the opening drum intro, the subtle guitars build up to an emotive scream and a fantastic rhythm change into the chorus. Melody of the purest form and perfect song-writing perfection. The emotion that Geoff conveys on lines such as "we can rise on the wings of a dove", and "we can rise like candles in the dark" . The music behind these two lines is absolutely beautiful, i lvoe it it drives me. For those who say that the album contains fillers........i say go listen again, and again and again until you realise why that song exists where it does. Ive seen Winding-Up mentioned (a great slowish intro then it literally explodes into action half-way through). I Am The Killer and Paris In Flames are great pure thursday tracks, and then we see the softer side of them with songs such as Standing On The Edge Of Summer. Buy this album now, then buy "Waiting". "Waiting" isn't quite as good, more melodic than "Full Collapse". I've had the new album a couple of weeks, listened to it loads, but not enough to review yet. Very promising though!! Check out "For The Workforce, Drowning", "War All The Time" and "This Song Brought To You By A Falling Bomb".
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By A Customer on 22 Jun. 2003
Format: Audio CD
A quite remarkable album. Many have tried to combine emotional hardcore with melody, but none do it better than Thursday. People often use the phrase "there isn't a weak song on here" frivilously, however, on this masterful album it is surely the case. I can think of no band currently that has such a sense of melody, which is even more remarkable when you consider they certainly aren't producing pop music here. "Understanding In A Car Crash" is one of the greatest 5 minutes of music I've heard for sometime, whilst the intro to "Wind-Up" displays well this remarkable melodic nature. Other highlights include the break-down in "Paris In Flames" and the single "Cross Out The Eyes." Be sure to check out "Five Stories Falling" as well, which includes 4 live tracks from this album, and the awe inspiring "Jet Black New Year"
Bring on the new album!
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Their first widespread release, Thursday's 'Full Collapse' sets the standards that ANY band should aspire to in this day and age. Thursday have used their life expereinces and innermost feelings to take Emo one stage further and throw it into the hardcore scene to make quite a stirring - and a good one at that! Their music spans from fast and upbeat to slower melody's, but they are all consistantly moving, bringing you heavy guitar riff's, hard drum beats and blasting vocals. The opening track 'Understadning In A Car Crash' sets the tone, followed up by powerful songs such as 'Autobiography of a Nation' and 'Paris in Flames' as well as the lifting, yet still deep 'Standing on the Edge of Summer' all is wrapped up with "How Long Is The Night?". A true masterpiece.
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By A Customer on 15 Jun. 2001
Format: Audio CD
yeah this is great, its that sort of melodic hardcore that newer bands like thrice are trying to take the credit for. their vocalist is wicked, he's almost as good as the grade dude when he screams and sounds even more passionate than nfg when he sings, if you like grade/boysetsfire/that kind of stuff then get this - you won't be disappointed
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