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Summer's Kiss [EP, Import]

Dashboard Confessional Audio CD
3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
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1. Living In Your Letters
2. The Sharp Hint Of New Tears
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4. Ender Will Save Us All

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2002 4 track single bringing a twist, with each song containing a full backing band. Tracks 'Living In Your Letters', 'The Sharp Hint Of New Tears', 'Turpentine Chaser' & 'Ender Will Save Us All'. Digipak.

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2.0 out of 5 stars Not what I'm used to... March 25 2003
Format:Audio CD
I've been a Dashboard Confessional Fan since the Drowning EP. This was because I was a Further Seems Forever fan, so I wanted to follow Chris. Having heard Chris's beautiful voice over the Drowning EP, The Swiss Army Romance, The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most, and the So Impossible EP, I couldn't wait to get this CD. I'll tell all of you now, anyone who doesn't have this CD and is reading this review... Do not buy this CD! Unlike some purists, I love the sound of Chris with a band behind him, I think it sounds great! My beef is something I can't believe no one has brought up, and it is the most important thing about Dashboard... Chris's voice! Maybe he was having an off recording session when he recorded this EP, but his voice doesn't have its usual quality. For some reasons, this seems to happen to Chris when he records with a band. You'll notice on TPYHCTFTM, that on the tracks Again I Go Unnoticed and Screaming Infidelities, the vocal recordings were infinitely better on TSAR. The same holds true here. On The Sharp Hint of New Tears, he sounds like he's on steroids, and on Living in Your Letters, he sounds like he's lost his voice. And why are the tracks so slow. Unless you seriously have 8 bucks to burn, then leave this one aside, because if you already have TSAR, then what's the point?
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4.0 out of 5 stars The transitional sound of DC Nov. 20 2003
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This album has the same keyboard qualities of DC's other EP that came out at the same time, "So Impossible." The differences being that this material is from the first album and the other was all new stuff at the time. Summers Kiss really shows the transitional sound between "The Places..." and "A Mark..." while foreshadowing that Dashboard would be going in a more electric direction on the last track "Ender Will Save Us All." This provides a partial remedy for the people who wish that Chris would've done an alternate version of the first album with a full band. Giving us four more tracks. The highlight of the collection for me is "Living In Your Letters" which far eclipses the emotional impact of the acoustic version, if only because of the vocal performance. My beef with it is that there isn't a version of "A Plain Morning" which was a track that truly stood out from the pack on the first album. I hope that he will do that down the road.
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LIVING IN YOUR LETTERS BY THEM IS GREAT!!
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LIVING IN YOUR LETTERS BY THEM IS GREAT!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Direction Sept. 9 2002
Format:Audio CD
I have been a Dashboard fan since just before TPYHCTFTM and have to say that these four songs are my favorite over anything else they have done. So what if they have a full band now? It irritates me that there are so many people out there that like to scream sell-out everytime a band likes to evolve a little bit or try new ground. I think the songs sound much more 3 dimensional with a full band and honestly hope Dashboard pursues this style.
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Alright folks, heres the low down. Many people are disapointed with this cd, saying that its a move away from what makes dashboard-dashboard. Well, DC is just going through band progression, every band does it, and Chris has the right to do it too. As for everyone saying that Chris has trouble keeping up with drums, thats just rediculus. Chris, before he was Mr. Dashboard, was the lead singer in the amazing band Further Seems Forever, from my home town miami. Everyone that likes DC should give them a listen. Also, the drummer for DC, Mike Marsh is one of the most talented drummers and singers out there. He used to be in an AMAZING band Seville, and he will do great things in DC in the future. Just give the cd a chance and understand that every band needs to make a progression.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Selling Out July 24 2002
Format:Audio CD
This cd is over produced, and it deviates from what made Dashboard so wonderful in the first place. What's more--these songs are all remakes off of the brilliant record, the Swiss Army Romance, which is much much better. Come on...slowed down and drums? Dashboard was Chris and his guitar. This is depressing. If this release is your favorite by Dashboard, you are not a true fan.
If you want a good EP, get the Drowning one!!!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not Great July 18 2002
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Format:Audio CD
This CD is not good. Stick to Swiss Army Romance
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