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Sing The Sorrow

Dreamworks 450380

Released on March 11, 2003


Starting life as the most competent Misfits tribute band to not actually play Misfits songs, San Francisco Bay Area punks A.F.I. have not only discovered how to write their own snarling melodies, but have developed the confidence to play them without a cloak. Sing the Sorrow marks the band’s first major-label release and the difference from their indie albums is in the details: songs freely shift gears and tempos, singer Davey Havok flexes his pristine vocal abilities by breaking into the occasional falsetto, and sugary tracks like "The Leaving Song" and "The Great Disappointment" now take a place next to more standard nuclear-charged mosh-pit fare like "Bleed Black" and "Dancing Through Sunday." Longtime fans might take it like a kick to the head, but this band is clearly moving toward bigger things.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 38 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Miseria Cantare (The Beginning)  5%
2 The Leaving Song Pt. 2  9%
3 Bleed Black  8%
4 Silver and Cold  9%
5 Dancing Through Sunday Voted #3  10%
6 Girl's Not Grey  7%
7 Death of Season Voted #1  17%
8 The Great Disappointment  4%
9 Paper Airplanes (Makeshift Wings)  5%
10 This Celluliod Dream  10%
11 The Leaving Song  6%
12 ...But Home Is Nowhere Voted #2  11%
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Jeremy from Tigard, OR 
Apr 17 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album rocks! I ordered it almost a year ago and didn't even listen to it until recently. I'm usually into punk like NOFX, Good Riddance, Rise Against, etc, but for goth, this is great! If you like this band, you need to check out this band from Atlanta called Mourningstar.

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Marika from Spring Hill, TN 
Mar 11 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD was worth the money and then some. I literally cannot get enough of it. I love every single song. AFI really hit the mark with this album. Some of my favorite songs are "Bleed Black", "The Celluloid Dream", and "Girl's Not Grey".

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Connor from Cary, NC 
Jun 8 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Really good,3 and a half actually.Its too dark for me. Has some keepers,and some non keepers.all in all,its ok

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Chance from Horton, KS 
Sep 4 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I bought this cd for my girl friend...but i bought my own copy when it first came out in 2003, and it fucking blew me was my first AFI cd, but most certainly not my last. I bought all of their stuff, and everyone that i have talked to say that this is the worst one...I dont think so at all. Just because its mainstream doesnt mean that is bad. Oh well i guess there are alot of ignorant people in this world.

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Renée from Joliette, PQ Canada 
Jul 13 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Sing The Sorrow is very different from every other AFI album, but at the same time, the songs are not so different from some older ones, it is just the structure of the album and the whole feeling there is to listen to it, which is a good feeling. The techno part in Death of the Seasons is in fact very original and does not drift away from the theme of the song and of the album. This is an album, not just a record, it is meant to be listened from beginning to end, their finest work yet.

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Eric from Stein, Netherlands 
Sep 3 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this is a good cd. nice emo-ish, but punk-rock speed. an extravagant voice and a nice intro/outro.

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Tory from High Falls, NY 
Mar 19 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

dis cd is aight. not one of there bestests. Listen either, very proud of ya, answer that and stay fashionable, or black sails in the sunset......fuck fuck shit fuck fuuuuuuuuck

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Tom from Newtown, PA 
Nov 27 2003 Rating: 1/5 Stars

Bad. Not AFI at all. So far, this is the only band I've really seen that's been ruined by signing to a major label. I was shocked at how dissappointing this release was.

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James from Oceanside, CA 
Oct 1 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

just kind of melts together. older is better so far. this reminds me of those jackass bands that make a cd with one or two good songs and the rest is just filler. I mean it's ok, but i expect more from afi

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Craig from East Jordan, MI 
Sep 6 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

sing the sorrow?, sing the SUCKS ok , so i wont be so hard on it, i mean it is afi, and afi is a badassed band, but fuck this., the dreamworks recprds really shines threw in this one, its got a couple good songs, but mostly sounds like it was written for MTV (fuck them) and radio (them too) airplay. 14 year old girls rejoice, yet another good band falls to your ranks. buy any other afi cd, they are all great, trust me, steal this one if you want it, i wish i wouldhave stolen it, now to get with dreamworks and see about my 10 bucks back

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