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Taking Back Sunday

New Again (Special Edition)

Warner Bros. 517504

Released on June 2, 2009


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2 Sink Into Me  0%
3 Lonely, Lonely  0%
4 Summer Man  0%
5 Swing  0%
6 Where My Mouth Is  0%
7 Cut Me Up Jenny  0%
8 Catholic Knees  0%
9 Capital M-E  0%
10 Carpathia  0%
11 Everything Must Go  0%
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Tim from Milton, ON Canada 
Jul 13 2009 Rating: 3/5 Stars

hmmmmmmm on first listen this CD is good, but then after listening for a little while it becomes somewhat riddlic (I don't know if thats a word or not) but here's the thing. All the pieces are there that used to be there. Adams sharp lyrical style and soaring vocals, musical delivery rife with velocity and catchy fun songs that are from the heart and almost feel like they are spontaneous in their delivery as if never planned and just written right there.

but then you realize that even though the pieces are there, something doesn't feel right at all. Ever since Louder Now I realized that TBS will never be the band that I loved on Tell All Your Friends and Where You Want To Be. I can't put my finger on whats missing, is it the dual vocals? is it mass production? Is it a sense of style that is missing? It's like a sense of "bigness" like the reaction of "Whoa this is big" is lost on this CD and replaced with "This is all right, but I've heard this before"

Enjoyable but forgettable in the long run. Really I'd give it a 2.5 out of 5.

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