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A Mark A Mission A Brand A Scar Limited Edition, Enhanced


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  • Audio CD (Aug. 12 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition, Enhanced
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B0000AKADQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (306 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #37,772 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
I must say, after hearing so much about this band, I was dissapointed to hear such a mundane set of songs. Sure, it's better than a lot of the cd's out there, in fact after returning 3 cds I would say this is the best one of what I got, but all the songs are so similar you might as well just get one single.
I may not be easy to please, but I expected more being a fan of their type of music. The vocals put me to sleep and the repetitive tune is not much better.
A lot of people seem to like it though, so I recommend listening to a couple of their (non-soundtrack) songs and then choosing whether or not to buy it.
simply put, I found it boring.
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By D. Carney on June 14 2004
Format: Audio CD
As a reviewer stated before, this is not emo, this is basically the mainstream equivalent of emotionless emo... Which would be nothing, which is exactly what I would spend on this album if I were you. I borrowed it from a friend and I felt ripped off since I would never get that time back. Check the other recommendations below for real emo and find out what it's really all about. Chris is a chronic bitcher, not an emotional being. Which would you rather be around? Probably the emotional being, unless you're a dumb high school student who feels they need to jump on the bandwagon of every music scene and listen to the worst possible representative band of any "genre" because it's popular. What's popular generally sucks... Think with your head. If you like this, it's not your fault you don't know what good music really is...
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My day began like most normal young adults in America on the morning of May 28th, 2004. I awoke to the screeching buzz of my alarm clock going off and stumbled into the shower in order to get ready for work. But I won't bore you with the repetitive and sometimes depressing nature of my uneventful mornings before my morning commute. What I would like to fill you all in on is a wonderful experience I was a part of on the sunny warm afternoon after I finished for the day.
I got out unusually early on this Friday afternoon and was destined to start the holiday weekend on a good note. As usual, my best friend Brian and I made it a point to meet for lunch, as we always do when the circumstances allow. After meeting up, we discussed our game plan as to where we would appease our pallates and gradually stretch our waistbands in a celebration of food consumption for the afternoon. We came to an agreement that we had become bored with many of the usual favorites we frequented, and while that's not a bad thing, we just decided it was the perfect day for a change of pace. This was the dawn of a new era for me, for I was about to partake in one of the most titilating dining experiences to date, and I wasn't even aware of it yet. I am of course talking about Checkers old fashioned hamburgers. I don't know how it was possible for me to live within a two minute driving distance of such an establishment and never have eaten there, but I guess its possible. I'll add that my esteemed associate and myself take great pride in one another's eating abilities and embrace each other's suggestions and recommendations, so when it came time for something new, I was ready to embark on this 1/2 mile journey with him to this eatery so commonly referred to as Checkers.
What else can I say but wow.
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This goes for all of Dashboard Confessionals studio work. I'm not quite understanding what is so appealing about this. I'm right in there with the rest of the "D/C" fans, crawling my way through high school. Everyone around me seems to find some kind of "escape" in this, or Chris "identifies" with me. What!?! This and all other Dashboard stuff is crap, it makes me sick. This is not deep music; what is so deep about high school relationships? How many songs about making out and "my heart was broken" do we need? This stuff is just for some broken down teen who needs to stand up get their life together. All this stuff is, is complaining. No wonder he has like 3 albums about relationships gone wrong, he such a complainer. I frankly, don't care if "it's emo and that's the syle of music it is." I'd rather go with Yes's Jon Anderon's far-out, spacey lyrics that I have no clue what he's talking about. How did he get a record deal in the first place?

And what's up with the music chops? Did this guy just look at a Major Chords poster and say "Hey, I can play the guitar!" Chris seriously needs to practice. Every song is full of strumming- strum strum strum. I might have some respect for this guy if he had some awesome, face-melting guitar solos that lasted like 5 minutes. That's what I'm talking about! Or at least get some better lyrics and some more complicated acoustic work like James Taylor. Anyway, this is just another example of how the Once I Respected Music Industry has crumbled. How come acts like D/C are so insanely popular, and the bands with REAL talent like Symphony X are virtually unknown? Please, someone tell me what is so great about this D/C crap?
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By TomFizaro on May 9 2004
Format: Audio CD
If you like showoff check out chris from showoffs new band Farewell My Enemy at [...] they are really f'n awesome.
Tom
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