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Whatever's Got You Down

Hopeless 691.2

Released on September 26, 2006


Born in 1988 from the legendary Gillman St. punk scene, this band pioneered the pop-punk/rock sound that so many great bands have drawn influence from. This is the long-awaited follow-up to 2000's "Astray" and with it you get a piece of punk's past, present, and future.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 When We're Together  11%
2 Take Care  0%
3 Get It Right  0%
4 Do You Want To Be Loved  6%
5 Storm Clouds  11%
6 Anything Voted #1  17%
7 Come Home  11%
8 Are You Alright  6%
9 Lullaby  0%
10 Believer  6%
11 Holiday Parade Voted #2  17%
12 Bide My Time Voted #3  17%
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John from Bradenton, FL 
Aug 28 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This was a real good release but not as good as Astray or their previous releases like Billy. When we're together (the song displayed) is a real good one tho. The rest is good, just not like their old.

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Colin from Camarillo, CA 
Aug 23 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I absolutely love Astray so I was pretty excited to see that they had a new one. This one is pale in comparison but has bright spots in "Come Home," "Storm Clouds," "Believer" and "Lullaby."

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Daryl from Alexandria, VA 
Oct 20 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

As a die-hard Samiam fan I long awaited this album. It was not what I expected, but it does rock pretty hard. It took me 5 listens for it to grow on me, and it finally did. I catch myself singing some songs in my head every once in awhile. There are a few good solid tracks on here. Some I thought were a little scracthy and fuzzy sounding, but again as I said it grew on me. Definately an album to add on to your Samiam collection. But I recommend their previous albums, such as "Clumsy", "You are freaking me out", "billy", and "astray".

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Drew from Willard, MO 
Oct 7 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Amazing. I love everything I've heard from Samiam. This album is dirty production wise. Not polished like Astray, which is my favorite Samiam record. The guitar work is great. Whatever's... is a nice progression from Astray. It's got that rock sound, but it's not as "pop-punkish" as Astray.

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Tyler from Ridge, NY 
Sep 26 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Amazing Samiam is such a great band. This is what pop punk is supposed to sound like not all that other shit like fall out boy, my chemical romance, and NFG.

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Zebulon from Malone, NY 
Sep 25 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

What can I say? This band has been around forever and hasnt really changed that much. In this case thats a good thing. Same catchy tunes you would expect from a band green day, blink 182 and offspring once opened for. Those bands took the catchyness too far to a point where they turned into flavorless bubblegum, but these guys didnt. One of the few "pop punk" bands I actually like, even if that term seems oxymoronic.

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