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Dial In Sounds

Deep Elm 408

Released on January 22, 2002

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The sound is pure BRANDTSON...loud, tight and melodic. Unquestionably their finest release to date, DIAL IN SOUNDS pushes the bands' combination of tone, vocal harmony and songwriting to its maximum potential. On this round, you'll hear ten beautifully structured songs teeming with lush, full, hypnotizing sound. The guitars carry BRANDTSON's signature aggression, blasting forth with a ruthless barrage of distortion. But the real focus here is maturity and introspection rather than angst. Like a front row seat at a broken hearts club meeting, you'll soon be belting out the lyrics and pounding your fists with like company. Impeccably produced and simply tighter than ever, BRANDTSON has taken another bold step in refining their already near flawless intermingling of hook-laden pop and passionate post-hardcore. Welcome to the big leagues.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Mark It A Zero  6%
2 The Rookie Year  5%
3 With Friends Like You Voted #3  19%
4 Some Kind Of Jet Pilot  4%
5 Cherokee Red Voted #1  21%
6 Command Q, Command Z  9%
7 Guest List Voted #2  21%
8 Anything and Everything  4%
9 Little Rounder  6%
10 Fireworks and Phonecalls  5%
Come back on or after Tuesday, January 22 to vote for your favorite songs

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Nikki from Huber Heights, OH 
Sep 1 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

When I first bought the CD I was more into Brandston, and while the CD is decent, it lacks replay value. I barely ever listen to it anymore. If you're a serious fan, buy it. If not, download it 'cause you'll be sick of it in a year or so.

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Dave from Peterborough, United Kingdom 
Jun 16 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Good emo/punk cd. nothing outstanding but still a good cd.Only a couple of v. good songs, but most on the album are pretty boring. As i said before nothing outstanding.

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Tim from Redding, CA 
Mar 28 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

As I write this review... my payment for another Brandtson CD is in the mail. That must mean I like the guys... or does it? Actually I do like them, I like them a lot. They're easily in my top three bands. Every song is different and tells a story all it's own. There isn't one song that I skip or don't look forward to. My favorite song might be the first one and that one hardly received any votes. Anyhow, I only had 301 days left to review this item so I figured I better do it now because I procrastinate.

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Sam from Yuma, AZ 
Mar 18 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I dig this cd...if you're into most of deep elm stuff, or stuff that sounds like jimmy eat world, juliana theory, or open hand you might like this. Not really any throw away songs on the whole album...good stuff. give it a try.

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Jack from New York, NY 
Dec 16 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Beautiful emo album. Slow, soft, melodic and lovely. I really enjoy this . Brandtson is yet another great band from deep elm. Get this, you'll like it.

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Raul from Long Beach, CA 
Jul 11 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

The slower, and sadder side of emo rock. Definetly not for the emo pop punk fans of fairweahther and saves the day. But, a great album. Brandtson's best, by far. It reminds me of the more mellow side of The Juliana Theory. Although nothing is faster than 1/8 notes, the entire album is well structured with a mature sound. It's worth checking out... another Deep Elm success.

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