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Tell All Your Friends

Taking Back Sunday Audio CD
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Taking Back Sunday draws forth images of what would be born of a marriage between Thursday and Saves The Day. The songs feature passionate,heartfelt lyrics that any listener easily identifies with. In December 2001,Victory Records signed Taking Back Sunday and put them in the skillful hands of producer Sal Villanueva and engineer Tim Gilles (Thursday's 'Full Collapse'). The result is a beautiful blend of passion, emotion and sincerity that is unrivaled in the budding emo-rock scene today. "Tell All Your Friends" is truly destined to be one of the breakout albums of 2002.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Great Album, not sure about the pressing quality. Sept. 10 2013
Format:LP Record|Verified Purchase
The album is great and I am glad to have it. When I put it on though it seemed clipped on the high end. Not the end of the world, but I thought of returning. However after some research it seems to be a pressing issue.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding July 19 2004
By A fan
Format:Audio CD
A friend of mine introduced me to this band last year when I was deployed overseas. I couldn't get their music out of my head since. I bought it online and tore into as soon as I got my hands on it. There isn't a boring song throughout the entire disc. This is an awesome CD, period.
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4.0 out of 5 stars good emo July 18 2004
Format:Audio CD
for all you who say this cd is whiny and girlish, well, it is EMO. duh. so if you dont like that aspect, dont whine about it on here. Anyways, TBS is a great emo band with big things in store for them, as there style is a bit different from most other bands which makes them even more unique. both singers are good, the guitars fit the music well, the drums are okay, the bass is average, but all in all the music comes together. so may make fun of you for being "emo", or whatever for listening to this , but i love bands like in flames (old stuff) children of bodom, arsis, killswitch, the bled, as i lay dying, unearth. god forbid, all that remains, and a score of other metal and HxC bands. so there is no shame in listening to this music. buy it, u will like.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Only the greatest album ever July 17 2004
By Bryan
Format:Audio CD
This is truely the best CD you could buy. Taking Back Sunday brings a new and edgy sound that is sure to impress you. if i could, I'd give it a milion stars. BUY IT NOW!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable Music, but Nothing More July 5 2004
Format:Audio CD
The first time you hear Taking Back Sunday, there are a million things that you could think of about it. If you'r a cool person and not a wannabe rocker that loves "Yellowcard", you should think that their pretty good. I'll have to admit that the first time I heard the entire CD I didn't really like it. Then I listened to more music that is similar to them and enjoyed it alot more. The lyrics in the songs are really catchy and occasionly great. They have alot of just "fun" songs that will get stuck in your head. If you play the guitair the songs are really easy to play. So I guess thats a good thing about the band. The best songs on the album are definitly "Cute Without the E, "Great Romances of the 20th Century", and "Timberwolves at New Jersey". Then again there all good, and those would just be my personal favorites. The band is really good and very talented, they also have a new song that is very good on the new "Warped Tour CD", so listen to that one. I can't wait untill they come here to where I live, and performe. Buy this CD, you won't regret it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Can't get any better than this! March 5 2005
By Breanne
Format:Audio CD
I heard about tbs through a friend and i just happened to be in HMV when i picked up the cd. I was more than skeptical but after i listened to it,i fell in love. This cd was so amazing that encouraged me to go and buy their new album and related artists such as thursday. I was never really into music until i heards tbs and now i have the largest cd collection out of anyone i know. So, if ure out there with no specific music taste, pick up the tbs album. It will change you, trust me.They're songs are very multi-faced,from heart tearing romances to the high life party songs.My personal fave would have to be 'Cute without the E(as in cut from the team). Each song tells a story allowing the listener to think about life. But,trust me on this one,tbs rules.You'll be able to at least idenify with one of their songs. Be wise and next time you're at HMV or w/e put down the lame new Britney Spears cd and try picking up some talent aka taking back sunday's album "Tell all your Friends."
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome ...WITH the e July 2 2004
Format:Audio CD
This is definately one of my favorite bands, and not because of all the hype that they get. I actually was into TBS from before they got public and before hearing them on the radio.
At first glance at this album, I thought I would only like the few songs that I heard previously, but even after a very long time of knowing the music and playing the cd, I still find myself playing this album more than I do any other. Now, I hear some upcomming songs from their new album, and I seem to immediately fall in love with any song this band comes up with. Seeing them live is an awesome experience too. I can't wait for the release of their new album, "Where You Wanna Be", which I am definately buying on the release date, July 27th 2004.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Strong entrance into the emo scene July 1 2004
Format:Audio CD
Recently I have been listening to a lot of emo music such as Finch, Yellowcard etc. because it is all aroung great music. Most of it anyways. This is one of the best cds in the genre that I own thanks to its clever lyrics, catchy melodies and then it throws in some screaming for good measure. Dont worry, there isn't too much of that on here but just enough so that it works really well. Like most, I was first introduced to Taking Back Sunday from hearing You're So Last Summer, still the best song on this album in my opinion. The lyrics in that song, as pointed out by a reviewer below me, are genius and are indicative of what the rest of the album is like lyrically. I'm not a hardcore emo fan but the stuff is growing on me, and from what I know so far this nicely exemplifies the genre. A lot of people will not like it but thats okay too. Anyways a few of my favorites are tracks 3,4,5 and 9. Overall it is a pretty good album I recommend hearing.
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