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My Shame Is True
 
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My Shame Is True

1 April 2013 | Format: MP3

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Alkaline Trio have been around for quite a while now, and show no signs of any deterioration in their music.

While the trio have never been a massive arena-filling band, they have a loyal fan base who will always look to embrace them in the smaller venues that seem made for them... and the sound that makes the trio so eminently brilliant is very much apparent in this album... which grabs the inner pop-punk in you right from the first few lines of She Lied to the FBI, and keeps shaking you until the album ends - at which point you will want to put it back on again.

It's quite simple, if you are a fan of the Trio and know their stuff... buy this album, it's great.

If you are new to the Trio... buy this album, as it is a prime example of the brilliance of melodic pop-punk that you will love.

Enjoy :)
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I might be biased but I've loved Alkaline Trio for a long time, and call me old school but I do like to get my hands on a CD, far more useful than a download if you ask me, there's something about unwrapping it and leafing through the booklet (which has all the lyrics) and then sticking it on and dancing round the kitchen (possibly not a good idea in company).

If you were brought up on a diet of rock and late seventies/early eighties punk/new wave I think you will like this.
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The 4 additional EP tracks complete the album and help give it the Matt/Dan balance it needs to be as awesome as it is. A couple of poppy ones on the album but after a couple of listens they seem to fit ok. None that I would purposefully skip anyway.
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Agony and Irony was underwhelming (and for some reason rather irritating), but This Addiction was where Trio really dropped the ball.

Other than the title track, it was a dull album. Bland melodies and laughable, forced lyrics ("Like ships in the night we are colliding and sinking, into the black sea of our love"... Skiba, what were you thinking?)

With my Shame is True, Alkaline Trio are doing what they want, rather than trying desperately to fit back into the gothy pop-punk niche they carved for themselves and then outgrew with Infirmary, Good Mourning and Crimson. The lyrics are still melancholy. Injury, pain and death still crop up rather a lot, but now it sounds natural. Alkaline Trio are embracing their advancing age and their musical progression, rather than resisting it as they did on This Addiction. Synths slither around the guitars, and sound great. Choruses are huge, hooks dig deeper, and we're presented with instant classics like I Wanna Be a Warhol, The Torture Doctor and the truly excellent The Temptation of Saint Anthony, truly one of Trio's best moments.

This album is a triumph, the experimental touches of Crimson combined with the poppy brilliance of Good Mourning. Alkaline Trio are back, and it is wonderful. Pick this up.
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"I wanna be a Warhol, displayed on your wall. Hung up there staring back at you..."

Classic Matt Skiba... His artsy lyrics are a much anticipated (amongst cultist fans) teaser for the follow up to 2010's 'This Addiction'. Not exactly a '3 years in the making' job, Skiba went off on a possible ego-trip/meltdown in the self-titled 'Matt Skiba and the Sekrets' - a group revolving around him (and his dodgey outfit designed by Limp Bizkit's equally whacky guitarist, Wes Borland). Forgetting the words to his own songs, being off key and generally looking nervous as hell, rumors of his live shows spread and the album 'Babylon' was generally the same spiel but without the solid percussion, bass and song writing of his Alkaline Trio bandmates. Dan Andriano's solo release 'Hurricane Season' however, was much more accomplished record that displayed not only the type of lyrics all know he is capable of, but the variety on show was first class. So will Skiba's previous effort taint the album, or will all be put aside and provide a well needed pick-me-up?

The first track already sounds familiar with a name like 'She Lied to the FBI' and after the few seconds of intro you can tell its a joyous return with its undeniably catchy hook. Skiba sounds care-free in his vocals which is a fair change of pace as his past songs have featured notes he simply can't hit live (although its not all that watered down as it is strewn with a few swears). The use of 2 guitars is a much needed boost to the bands sound also, providing a smooth punk combo, not that it means another band member is debuting (Alkaline Quartet doesn't sound right). The first single from the album is a souring, simple alternative rock anthem right away.
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I have most of their albums now and just love to listen to in the car - my own retreat. A typical album with the some excellent catchy tunes. Back on track for the band. Recommended for those that like their older albums.
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Another great album from the Trio. 12 fast, punchy classic Trio songs with the superbly twisted lyrics of the band. Not a bad song on the album which continues the good work of This Addiction after the surprisingly poor Agony and Irony album. Amazing this band are still going strong after so many years... Was going to end this review by saying which were my favourite songs on the album but was upto a shortlist of 8 (from 12) when I gave up on the idea!
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