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Unwritten Law

Here's to the Mourning [Explicit Content]

Lava 93147

Released on February 1, 2005


$17.75

Unwritten Law, one of the finest bands to emerge from the late 90's SoCal rock scene are back with an incredibly solid, new studio effort entitled Here's To the Mourning. Taking a page from Rock n'Roll 101, Unwritten Law's frontman Scott Russo is consistently one of the most unpredictable and volatile singers on the scene today.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Intro  5%
2 Get Up  5%
3 Celebration Song  5%
4 Because Of You  6%
5 Lost Control  8%
6 Save Me Voted #1  26%
7 I Like The Way Voted #3  11%
8 Hideaway  6%
9 She Said Voted #2  15%
10 Rejection's Cold  8%
11 Fight  3%
12 Walrus  3%
13 Walrus  0%
14 Machine  2%
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Carly from Yuba City, CA 
Oct 10 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Unwritten Law is simply AMAZING. Every time I listen to this CD, it reminds me how much I love them. There's not a bad song on this CD. The only thing I don't like is that the bonus track is at the end of track 12 after lots of blank space. I hate that. The songs are catchy and are always, well, at least my head. Oh, and it doesn't hurt that these guys are fantastic live.

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Danny from Brampton, ON Canada 
Oct 3 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Most people say I am crazy when I say this is one of my favorite Down By Law albums but then again maybe I am crazy for liking this. The songs are so creative and well written it’s very easy to see why this record rocks so hard in my books. Seriously give it a listen or two you will soon be humming the amazing Down By Law choruses in no time.

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Arjun from San Jose, CA 
May 1 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is the first unwritten law CD I bought; I usually just listen to some of their stuff online. I really like save me, she says, and walrus, but i thought the rest of the songs were mediocre. None of the songs are totally bad though. I still take this on long car trips and carry it around school. I think it's pretty good. So I don't know much about Unwritten Law's other albums, but I like this CD, and I'd recommend it to anyone who wants to check out Unwritten Law.

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Mike from Carlisle, PA 
Mar 17 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

If you're expecting Oz Factor, their self-titled, or even Elva, then keep an open mind because they've changed again. This time they've incorporated a more power-pop style, relying on catchy pop hooks and bass lines more than anything else. I give this album a 3 because they've done better in their career, otherwise, taking it by itself, I'd consider giving it a 4 (not a 5 however). If you're basing your purchase on "Save Me", however, it will probably be worth it because it's a lot of that kind of stuff. The CD starts out strong, "Get Up" is a great opening track and my favorite on the CD, however it seems like each subsequent song gradually gets worse until a forgettable ending. Looking for punk rock? Look away, this isn't even close to the Unwritten Law of old.





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