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  • Audio CD (26 Sept. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Capitol
  • ASIN: B000HT36QE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 140,059 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Format: Audio CD
recently bands in the post hardcore, screamo, emo genre's have released cd's that have been very disapointing. they feel the need to change and evolve but end up completely messing it up. however, saosin's full lenght is definately one of the exceptions to the rule. this album still holds the great sounds of saosin that early fans have fallen in love with.

fast paced guitar riffs over clever drumming and amazing vocals merge together ready to please anybody who dares listen. this album is sure to launch saosin into ipods everywhere as they become one of the biggest names of their genre in 2006/2007.

in a word... amazing

xxo
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Say-Oh-Sin. Say it with me now: Say-Oh-Sin, because you're going to be hearing a lot more from these guys over in the next few months. Of course, if you've been on the scene at anytime in the past year or so, you have already heard a lot. The hype coming into their debut on major label, Capitol, was ridiculous to say the least. To me, it seemed undeserved. I was not getting that "next big thing" vibe from the EPs. In fact, I was bored with them. I was not buying into the hype, and was a little wary when I got this assignment because I was not expecting to like this record very much, but the boys of Saosin surprised me.

Instead of the mid-tempo, depressive post-hardcore I had written them off as playing, I was assaulted with quick pulsating songs playing to their singer's strength of being able to ascend above the music, and the technical proficiency of the band. The song "Sleepers," which probably my favorite track on the album, rushes right in with a pounding intro, complimented with a jittery, fast first verse that is complimented with a soaring, catchy chorus. The guitars work in tandem with Cove's voice to make the song compelling and edgy It continues on with the brilliantly paced "It's So Simple," "Voices," and "Finding Home." Everything that Saosin does right is contained within the first five tracks of the disc. They are catchy, dark, melodic, well-produced, and well paced. The beginning of the cd does well to set a melancholy tone that doesn't end until you hit the stop button. While listening you don't feel like you're listening to any other band, you feel like you're listening to Saosin.

However, the band was unable to keep up the momentum for the last five tracks.
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This album is amazing, the vocalist (Cove Reber) brings Saosin to new heights, the band members all play an amazing part, the guitarists and the drummer are all fantastic, and you can feel the passion they have for the music just by listening to it.

There are not a lot of bands like Saosin, such a refreshing album apart from all these 'screamo' bands, just because you don't have a vocalist who screams, doesn't make it any less of a rock album.

Of course, this album isn't everyones cup of tea, It's quite heavy in terms of the melodies, but for those who like bands such as Pendulum, Five finger death punch, circa survive etc you are in for a treat.

Amazing album, for me personally, Cove Reber's vocals are outstanding, its a dying shame that he was forced to leave the band.
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I'd previously dismissed these as a crummy emo-by-numbers type band...

...Man, was i shocked when i listened to this! I was hooked as soon as the opener "It's far Better To Learn" kicked in with its powerful sounding guitar tones and gorgeous vocal harmonies...These guys seriously know what they're doing.

Even guitarists will be impressed, they don't half know how to come up with a decent riff!

They manage to keep it up for the whole album aswell, proving themselves to be a league above the rest of the young bands out there at the moment. They demonstrate that they're awesome at writing fast catchy "fists in the air" type songs aswell as soft, hearfelt emotional rock songs that are a little more mellow.

If you have previously ignored this band, I thouroughly recommend that you give them another chance with this, it should appeal to fans of music in the same vein as Thrice and other such bands :)
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when i bought this album, i really didnt know what to expect (seeing as I only bought it after hearing one song!) but i am pleased to say that this is genuinley one of the best albums i have ever heard, and its their debut!i can only imagine how great saosin are going to be in years to come as this album is truly inspirational.This has now been added to my list of around 7 albums that i can listen to every song on without getting bored or skipping.

Best Songs:Youre not alone,its far better to learn,sleepers,its so simple,voices.(all of them infact!)

If anyone is a fan of taking back sunday, senses fail or any decent post hardcore bands then youre sure to effing love this album.its well worth shelling out a fiver for something that will never be out of your cd player.

BUY IT
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Format: Audio CD
pop this in your cd player and say the word "wow" very loudly.

after two good EPs, the full length is here.

from the opening drum-rolls of first track "it's far better to learn" to the final piano (yes, piano) chord of final track "some sense of security", saosin don't hold back in producing a superb album of melodic post-hardcore.

every track has something to love.

make sure this is part of your collection.
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