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Commercials

Twenty Years Tonight

Jump Start 33

Released on April 16, 2002


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This is a re-issue of the Kick Start Audio version that was released in August of 2001. The Commercials play hard-driving "emo-core" with a sincerity and passion you don't see from many bands these days.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 It Never Ends  12%
2 Gaining Ten, Losing Nine Voted #1  21%
3 Today, The Farewell  5%
4 Put You Out Of Our Misery Voted #2  19%
5 This Is Where We Die  12%
6 Immediately  2%
7 10.26.85 Voted #3  17%
8 Two3Zero3  0%
9 For Tuesday  10%
10 The Last, Sung First  2%
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Brian from Edwardsville, PA 
Jan 3 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a pretty good album, I own the album released after this, but not the first release. This album actually has a few songs that are on 'It's not what you say...' but are older and with some scratchier vocals (which isn't a bad thing at all) This also reminds of an older Fallout Boy sound too!

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Vince from Immaculata, PA 
Sep 22 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Commercials second full length, and much better than 'First Time For Everything...' but not as good as 'It's Not What You Say...It's How You Say It'. The Commercials are a pop punk/emo band if you must from Mechiancsburg, PA. The album is quite catchy, but not there best work. 3 of the songs and the cover art for the disc are on 'It's Not What You Say...' which I would say buy first from this band because that is their best work. But if you are already a fan you have to admit they have matured and progressed into something better. It is too bad they broke up and some members formed Amarie Coma.

Sounds Like: Early November, Amber Pacific, Starting Line

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Thorsten from Oldenburg, Germany 
Feb 11 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is an unbelievable record. i can't say enough good things about it. it's a special sound you don't hear every day... and that's quite rare in these days. no, they don't redefine music, but they simply kick ass. slow songs, fast songs, two singers, a lot of stop's and go's, anything you want! there's so much EMOtion into the songs, you just wanna sing and scream along. if you dig anything like my hotel year, garrison or just rock n roll music you have to go out and get this. intense music doesn't get better than this!





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