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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Geffen (Universal Music)
  • ASIN: B004J21HMK
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
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RISE AGAINST-END GAME

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This is quite simply Rise Against at its best. A truly amazing album, strong all the way through. My personal favourites are, satellite (my favourite song on the album) and endgame. Seriously, buy this album
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A good album, it feels a bit too packed with filler and top-heavy to really rate this as being a "great" album. Nonetheless its still a solid effort and overall much more concise than it's predecessor Appeal to Reason. The three song opening run is also one of the best run of songs you can get in modern rock music so overall it's not shabby at all, it just loses itself a bit in mid-paced filler for the second half
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This album hits you from word go with powerful catchy melodic punk tunes. This is Rise Against's 6th album, and they just get stronger and stronger. This is possibly one of their best albums to date. The album shines with great musical ability, especially with a vocalist like Tim Mcllrath, who is definitely one of the best vocalists around today.

There aren't really any stand out tracks, every song is a cracker, really catchy and sing-along (you won't stop joining-in!), but songs like "Help Is On The Way", "Architects", "Disparity By Design", "Satellite" and "Endgame" could all be very strong, decent single material.

You can hear small Bad Religion sounds in a few songs; this is definitely not a bad thing when Bad Religion are as good as they are. Rise Against, I feel, are definitely amongst the freshest and most-catchy Punk bands around at the moment (up-there with NOFX) so this album is a must for all punk fans.

Great impressive album 9/10
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Now i'll be honest, i'm a pretty big Rise Against fan, owning the second album and every album onwards.
This being thier 6th album the band has changed a lot over the years.
What I can say is Rise Against have always had a strong message and in this album the message seems even bigger and darker than it ever has been.
A strange twist to this album is that, rather than being mixed up with crazy ambitious songs which can cause the song's meaning to get lost, it focuses on emotion and lyrical content. The vocals seem louder and the solid rock and punk sound of the album really pushes this out.
This album is artists expressing their message in a way they never have before.
Best tracks to me are Midnight Hands, Survivor Guilt, Broken Mirrors, Disparity by Design and Wait for me.

If you like rock or metal I definitely recommend this album, though it may be worth listening to some songs first so you really know what you are buying.

It's strange, I have a friend who's a fan of R&B, and then he liked over half of this metal album, so I believe that there is something here for everyone.

I wouldn't recommend this over some of the band's previous albums such as The sufferer and the witness, though if you want to look into this band their second, fourth or sixth albums are a good place to start.
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I love Rise Against. I own all of their albums and am listening to them all constantly, therefore when I heard about Endgame I pre-ordered it straight away. I had listened to Help Is On The Way on their website and was perhaps a little disappointed with the obvious poppiness of the track. I am a fan of Appeal to Reason, yet am more inclined to the previous heavier albums and was therefore rather disappointed with this 6th album.

The lyrics are clunky, often repetitive and focus much more upon being anthemic rather than focusing on the passion behind the messages that Tim Mcilrath and co obviously believe so strongly in. Songs such as Make It Stop, This Is Letting Go and Wait For Me are average at best focusing strongly upon the catchiness of the tune often with clunky sounding lyrics: "She asked why, I said I don't know why, I just know". This is rather disappointing from what is a band that rarely produces a song that I will not listen to on repeat.

Another grating issue that I have with this album in particular is the backing vocals. Effectively all of the songs have "WooooOOOOoooooOOOoooo" in the background, providing no extra affect to the song at all. Matt Skiba, of Alkaline Trio, is credited on Midnight Hands and I was excited to hear Matt and Tim combine their vocals, yet there is nothing but "woooOOooooOooo".

All in all a solid but unspectacular 6th album from Rise Against. I hope next time they return more to their punk roots, shorten some of the songs, and get rid of the annoying backing vocals!
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It's worth buying if you're a fan of Rise Against but I personally wouldn't say its as good as some of their other albums, 'Appeal to reason' and 'Siren song of the counter culture' for example. However I have friends who'd disagree and say its one of the best they've done so my advice would be to get it if you know Rise Against and already have a couple of CDs but if the band is new to you go for one I their others.
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I've never really listened to Rise Against in the past and I'm not usually a fan of political punk, but this CD is seriously good. It reminds me of the Offspring in places (and I used to love that band).

It's been played on the stereo at work at lot and it only took a couple of listens for me to get into it - it's pretty easily listening. Whether you're a fan of the band or not, you won't regret checking it out.
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