Sticks & Bricks
All I Want
It's All Complicated
This Is The House That Doubt Built
Better Off This Way
All Signs Point To Lauderdale
You Be Tails, I'll Be Sonic
Out Of Time
If I Leave
Hailing from Ocala, Florida, A Day To Remember are one of the hardest working bands in the business. Since their Victory Records signing in 2006 they have released three phenomenal albums, sold out entire continental tours and topped the Billboard charts. After their notable performance at the Soundwave Festival in Australia earlier this year, vocalist Jeremy McKinnon, guitarists Neil Westfall and Kevin Skaff, bassist Joshua Woodard, and drummer Alex Shelnutt not only sold out every UK show on their 2010 tour, but crossed the pond to do the same in the US. Now, returning from a festival bout all through Europe, they've circled back home to the US to continue spreading their music to the masses. From the very beginning, A Day To Remember have proved their musical abilities to win over fans and they are at it again. Their characteristic mix of monstrous sing-a-long choruses and mosh-pit-inducing breakdowns has showcased the true talent of this band. They have excelled brilliantly with their unmatched musicianship, writing some of the heaviest yet catchiest songs. What Separates Me From You expands the band's widening spectrum, hitting harder and bouncing bigger than ever before.
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ALL I WANT IS FOR YOU TO BUY THIS RECORD!
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 29/03/2011 18:38:40
Well I'm not gonna say it sucks, I'm not gonna say they've sold out but what i will say is this... ( see what i did there?! 1958 first album retoric!)
The album is on the whole pretty decent, it's obviously produced to a very high standard as one would expect from a co production with New Found Glory producer, its sounds tarnished and the quality is excellent but what matters, the music, I'd say only 2 or 3 songs that really stand out and it is true to say that they have digressed on the metre of heaviness. But that's not necessarily a bad thing, ADTR are what they are, breaking boundaries and infusing the modern day rock scene with Pop Punk crossed Harcore, it's definitely a step up from the Softcore labelled Homesick title, i just can't help thinking it could have been more. Perhaps if they hadn't spent so much time helping other b ands like 'Veara' they could have put more into their own album, plus considering the number of lighter songs on the album, I would've expected just one acoustic type epic piece such as Homesick off the last album, Monument off the one before and You had me at Hello on the one before that. But, it's definitely worth a purchase if you're a ADTR fan or fancy a cheeky listen....So to sum up, better than Homesick, worse than FTWHH. Just go see them live, they're awesome.
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This WILL be my soundtrack for 2011!
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 11/12/2010 14:36:41
This album for me had alot to live up to after such a great album Homesick. I heard All i want months before the album was released on the internet and although it was good-it wasnt what i expected its 100% grown on me now and as with Homesick every single song is EPIC-If you like homesick you should love What separates us from you.
It has the dark heavier tracks like Sticks and Bricks and You be sonic ill be Tails with the likes of This is the house that doubt built and All signs point to Lauderdale thrown in there for some awesome pop-punk riffs-Lyrically ADTR are pure genius-one of the reasons they top most other band in my eyes pure genius!
Its currently in my car CD player and cant see it being taken from there for a LONG time also seeing them in Bristol in February-DAMN RIGHT! excited much??!!
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What an amazing album
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 08/12/2010 18:49:54
Deffinatly worth buying for any ADTR fan, and also anybody fancying somthing new. I'd say it's on par with Homesick
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Hopes up high and your head down low.
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 16/11/2010 00:10:24
Listened a few times over the weekend. I'd say that this album tops "Homesick" and shows how the band have developed as song writers & musicians. I would recommend this to old fans and new fans, in fact if you're getting into ADTR this album is probably a good place to start.
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Another brilliant record!
Posted by Play.com Reviewer, 12/11/2010 18:35:50
After listening to the whole album a few times, I can quite easily say its on par with 'Homesick'. You know an album's good when you can listen to it from start to finish over and over. A must buy for all ADTR fans.
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