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All Time Low

So Wrong, It's Right

Hopeless 693

Released on September 25, 2007


Infectious, off the wall pop punk is what this Baltimore band has always set out to create. This is an album full of captivating lyrics and uncontainable energy that'll have you wanting more.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 This Is How We Do Voted #3  11%
2 Let It Roll  5%
3 Six Feet Under The Stars Voted #1  19%
4 Holly (Would You Turn Me On?)  5%
5 The Beach  7%
6 Dear Maria, Count Me In Voted #2  18%
7 Shameless  10%
8 Remembering Sunday  8%
9 Vegas  6%
10 Stay Awake (Dreams Only Last For A Night)  5%
11 Come One, Come All  0%
12 Poppin' Champagne  7%
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Max from St-etienne-de-lauzon, PQ Canad 
Jul 25 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Ok so All Time Low are not re-inventing the wheel but they sure are spinning it like never before. They play a brand of pop punk that is sure to bring sunshine on the rainiest of days. Alex Gaskarth is a pretty solid vocalist for the genre and if you like hooks and melodies then look no further, ATL is the band for you. Backed up by a goofy bunch of dudes (or douchebags as they like to call themselves) ATL don't take themselves too seriously and why should they ?? and why should you ? So just sit back, make yourself a cocktail, put on some sunscreen and enjoy the sunny adventures of ATL.

Highly recommend: Dear Maria, Count Me In

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Jeremy from Freeport, IL 
Oct 24 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If you thought you hated pop-punk, you'd be well served to give this CD a try. The fact of the matter is, these guys do it right. It doesn't sound all cheesy, and it doesn't sound like some shit that you'd hear on TRL on MTV or anything like that. It's just...somehow better. I hate a lot of bands; ones that come to mind that people might think share this genre would be Fall Out Boy and Cartel. But while those bands suck amazing amounts of ass, All Time Low manages to put out a listenable and enjoyable CD. I bought it for my girlfriend, but I'd consider picking it up on eBay or something.

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Chris from Bountiful, UT 
Oct 6 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Pop-punk is my guilty pleasure, i love it and ever since Hollisters across the world opened up it's gotten extremely poppy, cheesy, weak and shitty. the first ad i saw for this cd was 4 kids with the typical straightened, long, highlited done up hair in their underwear. However, I had heard their previous ep and figured I would pick this up because the ep was alright. I must say this is actually really fucking good. It doesn't push the cheese factory boundaries the way shitfest bands like Cartel do....but it's still pop-punk and i like that these dudes admit they aren't trying to break new grounds, they simply wanna be pop-punk and thats what they do. My one complaint however, is the songs do tend to get very repetitive. Whether you like the slew of shit cheese-pop-punk bands, or like quality pop-punk, this album is for you

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