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Anniversary

Your Majesty

Vagrant 359

Released on January 22, 2002

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This, the Anniversary's sophomore effort delivers the brilliant and classic pop/rock attack that you have come to expect from these darlings of the indie scene.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 11 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Sweet Marie Voted #2  16%
2 Crooked Crown Voted #3  11%
3 Peace, Pain & Regret  7%
4 Husam Husam  7%
5 The Siren Sings Voted #1  20%
6 Never Die Young  9%
7 Tu-Whitt Tu-Whoo  7%
8 The Ghost Of the River  4%
9 Devil On My Side  9%
10 The Death Of The King/Follow The Sun  10%
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John from Independence, MO 
Nov 23 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Ahh another great to come out of the infamous indie/emo stretch that starts in lawrence,kansas and ends in kansas city,missouri this isnt quite as good as designing a nervous breakdown but i love their sound of maturing in this album its still a great album needtheless and a must buy for fans of the GETUPKIDS,MATESOFSTATE,APPLESEEDCAST,NEWAMSTERDAMSand probaly even the great emo jersey boys SAVESTHEDAY and also a must have for anyone who appreciates indie rock at its finest.

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Jere from Chico, CA 
Jan 1 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

poppy indie rock. not bad. not great. takes time to get used to, but a pretty solid album i would say. maybe for fans of death cab's new stuff.

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David from Yankton, SD 
Mar 9 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

DEFINITELY 5 stars on this CD. They're songs are so amazing. Not quite as good as Designing a Nervous Breakdown, but a great CD nonetheless. Too bad they're labeless right now, really sucks. Hopefully they get signed soon.

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Katherine from Kansas City, MO 
May 27 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Best CD Vagrant has ever released. Beware "emo" kids, this is probably too rock 'n' roll for you. These guys really bring the rock back how it should be, the classic way.

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Eric from Leesburg, VA 
May 21 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

i really liked "designing a nervous breakdown", i thought it was a good and original cd. this cd also has it's moments with "never die young", "sweet marie" and a few other select tracks. but sometimes you just have to ask the question: "why do all emo bands think they're the beatles?"

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Josh from Martin, TN 
Mar 16 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is really cool. It is a lot different from their first release. It showcases the musical diverity of The Anniversary. The sound of the album is more slow and lacks a lot of synthesizers, which isn't a bad thing. If you are an Anniversary fan and a emo fan I recommend this album. Its a good buy and you won't be disappointed.

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Micheal from Tampa, FL 
Mar 3 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This cd was my first experience of the Anniversary. This is a pretty good cd, however it took me a couple of listens to really enjoy it since I primarily listen to more hardcore stuff than this but it is a solid album. Some of the vocals and guitar reminds me of the Pixies. I like all the songs but the ghost of the river which seems out of place on this cd since the rest of the cd is good and that one song is not at all. Pick it up if your into indie rock, you won't be disapointed, just skip track 8.

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Dane from Costa Mesa, CA 
Feb 18 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is one of my favorites that I have ever bought. I didnt really enjoy the anniversarys old cd very much, but this one is so great. I would want to give it 6 stars because it is so good. I recommend it to anyone who doesnt suck.

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Tim from Harrison, OH 
Jan 31 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Quite possibly the best album I own. Period. A different sound then Designing a Nervous Breakdown, but different is good, especiall in this case.

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Ellen from Chester, VA 
Jan 27 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The new Anniversary cd is definetly different, but in a good way. "Your Majesty" has less keyboards, and a Beatles kinda sound mixed with clean guitar and soft vocals. It all blends so well... It's definetly worth the 12 bucks or however much it is.

 
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