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Don't Look Down

Fear In Love

Nitro

Released on September 21, 2004


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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Right Where It Hurts Voted #2  12%
2 To All Our Saviors Voted #1  21%
3 Trust Is A Word  11%
4 Stages Of Dying  0%
5 Last Breath  9%
6 Down And Out  11%
7 The Fear In Love Voted #3  12%
8 Dramatic You  9%
9 Follow  8%
10 Defined By Your Desire  6%
11 Visiting Hours Are Over  2%
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Margaret from Seattle, WA 
Oct 18 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Heartfelt and passionate, articulate and clear Don't Look Down's album is a testament to the fact that emo is not a crime. A great album, I'd tell almost anyone to check it out.

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Garrett from Broomfield, CO 
Apr 30 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Don't Look Down did alright with this album, but whenever I listen to it the songs just dont have the same impact as their previously released FIVE did. The new songs are decent but parts of the song seem to jumble themselves up and it sounds like things are over done. I'd recommend to see this band live and to purchase this CD, but this album isnt quiet the same as the older stuff.

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Gail from Fredericksburg, VA 
Dec 6 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Ok my name's Josh and I first found out about Don't Look Down last year when they opened for MXPX at the Punk Rawk Tour. I was thoroughly impressed. This is one of those rare opening bands that you enjoy instead of shun off the stage. I decided to buy Five. I absolutely loved it. It had great riffs and good lyrics. So after that, I decided to buy their first CD, Start The Show, which isn't available on Interpunk. It wasn't particularly bad, but it wasn't even close to the genius of Five. And this was understandable because it was their first CD and they were trying to find their sound. I think they found their sound with Five and expanded on it with this release, The Fear In Love. I can see where the review below me says it sounds like Thrice. But I disagree. Thrice has blazing guitar riffs, powerful screams, thought out lyrics, and the focus for almost every song is around the guitar, and it is brilliant. There's no denying that. Thrice is one of my favorite bands, but Don't Look Down also has their blazing guitar riffs that are, while not quite as awesome as Thrice, still rather good. Also, the songs are focused around the vocals and lyrics. Ryan's voice has matured much more from their first two releases and it's much more noticable. It has gotten to the point where he's a wonderful and powerful vocalist. I had the pleasure of meeting Ryan and Jesse after the show and they were very nice guys. They gratefully signed my copy of Five, took pictures with all my friends and thanked us for everything. There are the types of guys you would love to just sit down and chill with. This also shows on their CD. They are nice guys so they deal with the usual break-ups and let-downs. One thing has to be gotten straight. While bands like Thrice and Senses Fail's lyrics are, in my opinion, some of the best, Don't Look Down's aren't supposed to be. This CD plays to the teenagers who go through the same thing they do. In short, this is a great CD that I would recommend anyone. I wouldn't give it a perfect 5 stars just because I know they are capable of great things, which I am sure will show on their next release. I'll be looking forward to it and seeing them on tour, but it does deserve 4 1/2 stars. I'm going to give them the benefit of the doubt and give them 5 stars because they truly are one of the next big bands to look for.

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Brent from Perth, Wa, Australia 
Nov 2 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

i really like this cd, but at times they are trying a bit too hard to be thrice, but when they give that away this cd really kicks. give it a go you will love it.








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