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From Brooklyn With Love - WTC Benefit

(Bayside, Yellowcard, Allister, Clearview 77, Dirt Bike Annie, 5¢ Deposit, Nixon Rules, Atkins Lane)

Dying Wish 3

Released on January 1, 2002

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Having witnessed the events of September 11th with their own eyes, the people behind Dying Wish Records were moved to create something that would help both the victims of that day and the music scene in NYC. The result of their efforts to infuse positivity back into their devastated city is “From Brooklyn With Love” – an amazing compilation containing some of today’s hottest indie/emo/pop-punk bands as well as many bands poised to splash onto the scene. This album contains rare, alternate, or previously unreleased tracks from Bayside, Brand New, The Reunion Show, Atkins Lane, Talking Back Sunday, Different Strokes, Nixon Rules, and A Dying Day Dream – making this comp a much sought-after addition to any true pop-punk/emo fan’s collection. Dying Wish has already sold many copies of this comp on the tours of its participating bands. But the fact that the CD benefits the Twin Towers Fund only enhances its marketability by extending its appeal beyond scenesters alone; people who don’t normally like this genre of music are among those already snatching up their own copies from the Dying Wish online store. Even before the album’s official release, “From Brooklyn With Love” generated much anticipation, appearing in magazines and countless punk web-zines. Most importantly: This album is a WTC benefit – $3 from every sale goes to help families of the people lost on September 11, 2001.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Bayside -Count The Score  1%
2 Lost North Star -Fade Away Broken  2%
3 Atkins Lane -Between Here And There  1%
4 Brand New -The Shower Scene Voted #2  13%
5 Reunion Show -Dedication  6%
6 Stopwatch -Maybe The Best  3%
7 Dirt Bike Annie -All Systems Go Voted #3  9%
8 5¢ Deposit -Stupid Me  7%
9 Nixon Rules -They  1%
10 Clearview 77 -Dead End Chump  2%
11 Allister -Stuck  1%
12 Copeland -That Awful Memory Of Yours  0%
13 Yellowcard -For Pete's Sake  9%
14 Outline -A Boy Can Dream  0%
15 Different Strokes -Spring Never Felt So Warm  6%
16 Hissyfits -Superstar  2%
17 Finch -Letters To You Voted #1  16%
18 Go Real Slow -As For Me  0%
19 Bayside -Advance Letter Goodbye  7%
20 Whippersnapper -Steady The Walls  6%
21 Taking Back Sunday -The Blue Channel  9%
22 A Dying Day Dream -The Cost Of Caring And The Price Of Being Rejected...  0%
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Carly from Yuba City, CA 
Jan 23 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I bought this cd solely for the unreleased Bayside track, "Count the Score", which was good and sounded like old Bayside, but had some uncharacteristic almost-screaming.

For the most part, this is a punk pop comp. For the most part, it's decent. Brand New and TBS are always amazing. Not too much else overly fantastic.

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Chester Lew from Upland, CA 
Jun 28 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Yeah, i love this cd thats why i fucking rate this like four stars! if your an emo lover or like indie punk..definetely buy this shit..And besides support the local bands too..so why are you still staring at this reviews..Go get your fucking cards and buy this fucking CD! Now!

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Trace from Arvada, CO 
May 10 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

It's a pretty good cd. I got it to help support and there were a few bands i had heard of so if you want to help out and get some good music get it. Only thing bad is that i think there is too much chick punk, some of those songs suck, other than that pretty good





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