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Brand New

Devil & God Are Raging Inside Me

Interscope  803402

Released on November 21, 2006


$12.25

Formed in 2001, Long Island’s Brand New have built a massive cult following, largely from a notorious live show and relentless touring. Brand New’s last album (Deja Entendu) is considered by many as one of this decade’s breakout rock releases. The album was produced by the band and longtime friend Mike Sapone. Mixing duties were covered by Rich Costey, whose credits include Muse, Franz Ferdinand and The Mars Volta.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 24 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Sowing Season (Yeah) Voted #3  10%
2 Millstone  9%
3 Jesus Christ Voted #1  23%
4 Degausser Voted #2  17%
5 Limousine  7%
6 You Won't Know  8%
7 Welcome To Bangkok  2%
8 Not The Sun  7%
9 Luca  2%
10 Untitled  1%
11 Archers  10%
12 Handcuffs  3%
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C from Cherry Hill, NJ 
Nov 2 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

really good cd. The opening song is awesome.All the songs are good even the 2 instrumentals. my favorite cd by them.

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Nick from Osage, MN 
Oct 14 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Though you've probably already heard this a thousand time, dont be expecting "seventy times seven" or "jude law and a semester abroad" type Brand New. They have "grown up", or "matured" as artists. Its a more mid-tempo but very passionate artsy record. Sounds like Jesse Lacey sat down and wrote it with Robert Smuth, Roger Waters and Elliott Smith. Try and find a few songs first and see what you think. CD is paperback, not a hardshell case.

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Michael from San Antonio, TX 
Aug 31 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Probably my least favorite record from Brand New. Not bad, but just not as good as previous releases and the artwork does little to help. Lyrics are still great but I like Brand New cause they are fun to sing-along to and it's hard to do that with this record considering some songs are hard to hear and understand and two are instrumental. Best songs are Degausser, Jesus Christ & Limousine (MS rebridge).

if new to this band pick up Deja Entendu 1st.

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Chris from Newcastle, Australia 
Aug 30 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is not your typical brand new. This is better. They have gone from strength to strength with each album and this is by far their most elaborate edition yet. I loved 'deja entendu' like you wouldn't believe, and after my first listen i was like 'oh, this is very different', sometimes i was listening and thinking 'is this brand new?" haha. but give it a few listens and you will be putting this in your top 5 albums of all time... it's amazing. jesse's lyics are very deep and meaningful and the music is so much more different and experimentive. this is a growing band and i honestly can't wait to see what they do next. they are always surprising me and i know they will do next time as well. ' jesus' is my favourite closely followed by 'the arches bows have broken'. i recently saw them live and they are as captivating live as their music! Go and get this cd and get ready to sit back and go 'wow!'

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Frankie from Dos Palos, CA 
Apr 20 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i really liked your favorite weapon, and i had liked the electric songs from deja entendu, but in the end i saw this cd to turn out just the way it did. it's not bad at all, its just as deep as the one before. buy it if u like brand new at all, but it's not for everyone.

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Stephen from Ruther Glen, VA 
Apr 3 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I never listened to the demos that were released before the album and I only heard one song before the album even came out. With my first listen of the album, I intially loved it..only because it was Brand New. As I listened to it more and more and read the lyrics, it really grew on me. I don't like to compare it to their older stuff because all of them are different. I definitely recommend this to all Brand New fans and even new ones. They put on a good live show too so check them out. My favorite tracks: Jesus, Archers, Handcuffs, Not The Sun.

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Shane from Sioux Falls, SD 
Jan 26 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD definitally is darker and deeper then Deja was. It continued with the general direction Brand New took between Your Favorite Weapon and Deja. If you are into something different and are willing to listen to the CD a few times you will definitally begin to appreciate the music. This CD is one of my favorite CD's of the year... definitally worth the money...

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David from East Fremantle, Australia 
Jan 19 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

You know before I purchased this CD I read some reviews and was sceptical about parting with the coin. For a great band to cop some of the shit thrown at it by a bunch of trend setting followers ,it is becoming more common, don't listen to other people's crap to try to stay cool form your own individual thoughts and like what you like, that's the awesome thing about music INDIVIDUALLITY!!!!!!!! This CD is well worth the money , great lyrics, great riffs and fuckin individual. Peace out.

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Tim from Sacramento, CA 
Jan 9 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Way too many morons reviewing this CD.

Comparing this to Dashboard Confessional - Dusk & Summer? Are you serious? Punk rock?

It's a continuation of where Deja left off and you can tell that eventually Brand New would take this direction musically. (It begain early with the "No Seatbelt Song" from YFW to Deja and now this.)

Lyrically? Still pretty good. As good as Deja's? Debatable. "I love you so much that it hurts my head" seems so easy to write, yet Lacey actually makes it work for him in "Degausser."

Musically? Not like Brand new writes the most complex stuff out there but, again, they take the ordinary and make it something special. However, I believe it's still a notch higher than Deja. "You Wont Know" is, in my opinion, the best song on the album. Tell me that the build up in the beginning of the song isn't perfect for the crescendo that takes place at the 1:38 mark. Follow that up with the half second break of noise at the 3:32... incredible is the only way to describe it.

People who make claims like "If you liked old Brand New, don't get this" or "Deja is way better" are ignorant fools. If you can't listen to it and appreciate it, you may as well not listen to music.

I have two copies because Interpunk didn't get it to me on time and I have listened to this whole album fifty times through - no joke. Buy it. That's my only advice. To conclude, these are the best releases of 2006 in no particular order:

The Format - Dog Problems Saves The Day - Sound The Alarm Cursive - Happy Hollow Brand New - The Devil And God Are Raging Inside Me

Care to debate or agree?

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Rob from Bel Air, MD 
Jan 1 2007 Rating: 1/5 Stars

"I'm gonna quietly speak about how I'm deep and emotional over barely any instrumentation, then I'm gonna yell a lot and turn it all way the F up during the chorus. And yeah...I'm gonna be doing that for pretty much the whole album...why did it take us so long to put this album out again? Huh..."

 
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