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  • Audio CD (July 19 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Best of
  • Label: Sonic Unyon Records
  • ASIN: B00004WJIU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #145,512 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Ahh, Jimmy Eat World's single collection album is good, but I was expecting more. I thought it'd be as good their other albums. This isn't as good as "Static Prevails", "Clarity", or even "Bleed America". It's just old stuff, out of print singles, and b-sides. This by all means isn't bad at all. I had too high of expectations and I'm just a moron. The first two songs are really good and sound like something off of "Static Prevails", Tom sings these songs. The next two are also great. "What...." is a really good indie tune, and "Speed Read" will put you to sleep with its quiet music and sincere vocals. "Spangle" is a decent song that is a break up song, but runs a bit too long. "H Model" is a nice break from all the slow songs before, it's a catchy rocking tune. "Ramina" is an instrumental, that gets repetitive after two minutes, but it's good. "Christmas Card" is a nice song, which sounds like something around "Static Prevails". "Untitled" is another instrumental, I just can't get into the instrumentals. "Carbon Scoring" is funny to hear after all the slow songs, it's fast and punk rawk. The last song is an early version of "Digits" from "Static", it's shorter and is a bit faster.
This should probably get a four, but the instrumentals and my high expectations pull it down. If you don't have all the J.E.W.albums buy them first, the other three are all really good. If your thrist for J.E.W. continues or you have one now(after owning their other records), buy this.
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Could Jimmy Eat World not stay consistant from one album to another even once?
In all 3 of their major label releases they sport an entirely new sound. With most bands I'd be upset by something like this but with jimmy eat world each sound is amazing. If your in a certain mood you basically have three different albums to pick from. Who needs to buy a cd from any other band.
For those of you who just couldn't get enough of their first big release, Static Prevails ,this album is for you. The good majority of these songs are all before they got signed to a big record company and are raw and sometimes not in the best quality.
It's easy to see how some of these songs didn't make an album cut but overall I fairly enjoyed the album.
It starts off with the song appropriatly titled "Opener" It's nearly 6 minutes long but it will get your blood pumping. The album begins to get repitative in place. "H Model" and "Carbon Scoring" are two songs that mix things up, and even seem out of places, not really songs you'd expect to here from these guys.
"Ramina" is as cool as a rock instrumental song will get, and "Spangle" is probably the only song on here that could of fit on both Static Prevails or Clarity, but in being able to do that it landed itself on neither. The album ends with the original version of "Digits" it was later altered and rerecorded for Static Prevails.
I fairly enjoyed this album but there is one reason i really decided to get it in the first place. "What I Would Say to You Now" those words alone sum it up. One of the best songs Jimmy Eat World has ever written. You can't call youself a true jimmy fan until you hear this song.
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First of all, let me clarify that I reserve five stars for absolute classic albums. Four stars is for the really really good ones. Which is what this is. It's a nice eclectic (<--spelling error) sounding collection of b-sides from the Arizona boys. Almost every song is different. They each have their own unique musical sound to them, and it doesn't disappoint. My personal favorite Jimmy song of all time is on here. I find it weird that it's my favorite, but I just get into it like no other JEW song out there: "What I Would Say to You Now." It sounds like it was recorded in a basement on a tape player . . . but the spirit is there. The quality of the song is there. And when the second guitar comes in on the verse . . . my heart never fails to skip a beat. This was the last release by Jimmy Eat World before their dreaded turn to pop-dom. I think it was a nice thing to do for those of us who appreciated them before Carson Daley said their name on T.V.
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Truthfully speaking, the worst Jimmy Eat World song is better than 1,000 perfect Creed songs. (that has nothing to do with the review, I just wanted to say that) Anyways, this hew is a compilation of all of Jimmy Eat World's songs they put on...well...compilations. Top tracks for me are Opener (originally from Emo Diaries, Chapter 1...), 77 Satelites (originally from the vinyl version of Static Prevails), Christmas Card and Untitled (both from the JEW/Blueprint split 7" EP), and Digits (which later was on Static Prevails with new verse). This album is raw, good time music, pure and simple. It sums it up when Jim says "Straight outta Phoenix, boys.." on H Model. It's a raw, rocking good album. Simple as that. Go buy it and dance to it in your room in socks.
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