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Taking Back Sunday

Louder Now

WEA 49424

Released on April 25, 2006

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"There are plenty of indications that their follow-up to 2004’s Where You Want To Be is going to be their best album yet...." (Kerrang!)

Taking Back Sunday scored one of the highest charting independent rock albums of 2004 when Where You Want To Be hit #3. Together, their first two albums have sold 1.4 million copies. Now the band’s 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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# Song Name Popularity
1 What It Feels Like To Be A Ghost Voted #2  15%
2 Liar (It Takes One To Know One)  12%
3 MakeDamnSure Voted #1  24%
4 Up Against (Blackout)  3%
5 My Blue Heaven  10%
6 Twenty-Twenty Surgery  5%
7 Spin Voted #3  12%
8 Divine Intervention  3%
9 Miami  6%
10 Error Operator  9%
11 I'll Let You Live  1%
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David from New Richmond (qc), Canada 
Aug 7 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Where You Want To Be ... is a bit better, but this one kick ass too. Well I buy it for a friend and he really likes it ... so find it out by yourself.

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Nick from Charlottesville, VA 
May 7 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Better than Where You Want To Be, not as good as Tell All Your Friends. This album shows a lot of maturity and has a variety of sounds. There are a lot of good tracks, my favorites including Error Operator, Miami, and Up Against (Blackout). All of the other tracks are good too. I definitely recommend picking this up... it's worth it.

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Marj from Dorchester, ON Canada 
May 6 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

it's TBS what can i say.....from tell all your friends to where you want to be and now louder now they've changed so much over the years but change is good most of the time and in this case for TBS it's amazing. Definately get this cd if you are a fan of them or even if you arent a fan pick this up. It's one of the best albums ive heard in my life, it hooks you from start to finish. Definately buy this album if your a fan of good music

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Addison from Richmond, VA 
May 6 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

no. not cool. they deffently have changed. this cd isn't there best if you are a fan of the "tell all your friends" and "Where you want to be." there is only a couple "ok" songs but more of the shitty songs like the 1st track "whats it like to be a ghost." mmmkay only buy this if you have to forfill your tbs collection.

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C from Pennsauken, NJ 
May 1 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Definetly not the old Taking Back Sunday, and their new sound is pretty far gone from the old stuff. It's decent and it rocks most of the time but, something about it sounds like stuff other bands have put out already(especialy sell outs).

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James from Auckland, New Zealand 
Apr 28 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This album is awesome!! Its much different compared to their older work but in some ways it is better. The worst song on this album would have to be 'Divine Intervention' it is the slowest song on the cd and is very boring compared to 'new american classic' TBS slow song from 'where you want to be'album. Overall this CD is well worth buying and I would recommend it to everyone.

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Chris from Bountiful, UT 
Apr 25 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Um.....Wow, is this really TBS???? I mean i hated the last cd but this is good. Do not go into this cd excpecting the past albums. It is completely different. It is much more aggressive, faster, heavy, well written... it does not sounds lke the same band. I love it, I hated the last album and went out on a limb buying this cd but i am impressed. There is really only one emo-ish song, that is still aggressive. Its none of this cheesy shit they did before. Previous TBS fans will love and not love, if you did not like them before, check it out now. New band, New sound, New ideas, pretty damn good......The only downside is that they need to find their fucking sound and who they want to be. but kudos to you guys TBS

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