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Louder Now

Taking Back Sunday Audio CD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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1. What It Feels Like To Be A Ghost
2. Liar (It Takes One To Know One)
3. MakeDamnSure
4. Up Against (Blackout)
5. My Blue Heaven
6. Twenty-Twenty Surgery
7. Spin
8. Divine Intervention
9. Miami
10. Error Operator
11. I'll Let You Live

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The bands Warner Bros. debut, Louder Now, takes the group's classic ethos of intertwining vocals and hardcore meets-rock-meets pop to an even more enticing level. Taking Back Sunday is taking back rock.

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Taking Back Sunday ~ Louder Now

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4.0 out of 5 stars Defiantly "Louder" Aug. 23 2006
Format:Audio CD
In all words, I have been a fan of Taking Back Sunday for a while and they're music has always been awesome. However, Louder Now has been somewhat of a disappointment. Although the sound is much crisper and louder, it doesn't seem right and it's an album that doesn't click with their past productions. However, albums aren't supposed to sound the same and change is a natural process, however in my personal opinion, this change of sound isn't my favorite.

01. What's It Feel Like To Be A Ghost?

I have to admit, I'm a fan of this song. It's a great way to start off the album and it gives you a nice taste of their new sound. It's probably one of the best tracks on the album. The sound is crisp, clearer and defiantly louder.

02. Liar (It Takes One To Know One)

I'm not really fond of this song, it's not really anything great. I defiantly do not like the chorus or how the song is sung. This song is to repetitious in a really bad way. Not a good follow up track.

03. MakeDamnSure

I have a strange obsession with this song and it's my favorite track on the album. MakeDamnSure was TBS' debut single off the new album and it was a great choice. The lyrics and overall sound is great and this song makes the album worthwhile. Unlike Liar, MakeDamnSure is repetitious in a good sounding way; probably a clear favorite for everyone.

04. Up Against (Blackout)

Up Against (Blackout) comes off very strong in the beginning but then slows down to make it more bearable. This song is probably one of the loudest tracks on the album. In my opinion, I'm not really fond of it but it's not terrible. It's very catchy.

05. My Blue Heaven

As you now the chorus is from Breaking Pangaea's song Wedding Dress.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Growth June 14 2006
Format:Audio CD
I wasn't so sure I enjoyed Where You Want To Be as much as Tell All Your Friends.. the schism of the band, I think, took away from their overall sound. This album is like the answer to that sentiment... the remaining singer and the rest of the band seem to have settled into this new sound, and they do it so well. My first time through, I had my doubts, but it only took one more listen to hook me in. It's less pop-punky than their former efforts, bringing more of a rock sound to the table. The singer's voice works so well, especially in the songs Makedamnsure and Miami; it's all at once catchy, painful (in a delightful way), and intelligent. It seems to thrive in a beautiful simplicity that will have anyone hooked after only a few listens. The song writing has definitely taken a step up from Where You Want to Be and (to my joy) away from the emo. I'd recommend this to almost anyone.

Upon a review of my review, I think that this album is not as good as I first stated. The pop tunes will loop you in fast and you will enjoy the music rigorously for many listens. However, the song compositions are very simple and straightforward and so I found the album wearing inevitably thin after a while. It is more similar to Tell All Your Friends but due to a little bit of overproduction, it lacks a certain raw quality that has Tell All Your Friends spinning in my stereo much more often.

3.5 stars upon rereview.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Unreal!!! May 8 2006
Format:Audio CD
I've heard of TBS but I never got a chance to listen to their previous albums. So last week a decide to stroll into HMV and listen to some new CDS. I saw TBS and decided to listen to it...... I was blown away... I couldn't skip through songs because each one was amazing!
One of the best albums of the year for sure! Check out "Liar (takes one to know one)", "Miami", "Spin", "Up Against", and "Divine Intervention".
Buy This Album!!!! You'll love it!!!
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