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Emo Diaries 7: Me Against The World

Deep Elm 407

Released on January 22, 2002



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Featuring unreleased songs by This Beautiful Mess, Before Braille, Time Spent Driving, Dorian, Drive Til Morning (ex-Pop Unknown), Halifax Code, One Starving Day (Italy), Seven Head Division, Tabula Rasa, The Killing Suspense, Two Weeks From Tomorrow and Waterpistol. Concentrating on new bands, not hype, just music and documenting the progression of a movement, The Emo Diaries has been praised as the best indie compilation series ever released. "The good people at Deep Elm have somehow again succeeded in assembling unreleased tracks into a body of work that burrows straight to your soul. Intensely moving stuff with warm textures, desolate atmospherics and soul-jarring dynamics. From crashing density to whispering introspection, this record not only serves as a picture perfect snapshot of the varying post-hardcore styles, but will introduce you to songs and bands that will stay with you for the rest of your life..." says Kerrang.

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Average Customer Rating: 2.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Tabula Rasa -The Effects That Try  0%
2 Time Spent Driving -Lowlight Voted #1  42%
3 Before Braille -Venom By Memory  0%
4 This Beautiful Mess -RAcing The Mosaic  0%
5 Dorian -There Are Many Ways Voted #3  17%
6 Halifax Code -Karate Mansions  8%
7 Drive Til Morning -Engine Rears Me To Sleep  8%
8 Seven Head Division -One For The Money  0%
9 Waterpistol -This Is What I Get Voted #2  25%
10 The Killing Suspense -Feel The Way I Do  0%
11 Two Weeks From Tomorrow -Motorbike  0%
12 One Starving Day -Animus  0%
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Brad from Warner Robins, GA 
Jan 25 2004 Rating: 1/5 Stars

I think this cd is nothing but a poor excuse to capitalize on the whole "emo" trend. None of this is emotional punk. It's far from punk. It's plain rock. It is trying hard to be emo. Look at the name. emo diaries: me against the world. Nuff said. None of the bands deserve to be complied on this cd. Most of them are pretty good. Especially Time Spent Driving. Calling bands emo is disrespect. They do their thing. If people don't like them, then they shouldn't listen to them. If you want to listen to something good check out some Hotcross or maybe some Joshua Fit For Battle or Saetia. They brought the dance.

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Michael from County Wexford, Ireland 
Mar 25 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i only have volumes 7 and 8 from the series but from the two this is my favorite. there are some great bands on here such as time spent driving and halifax code. but the real gem is the waterpistol track i can't wait to hear some more stuff from these guys



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