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Saves The Day

Under The Boards

Vagrant 476

Released on October 30, 2007

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Under The Boards continues a story about self-discovery that began with last year’s Sound The Alarm and will conclude in the third album, Daybreak.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Under The Boards  6%
2 Radio  6%
3 Can't Stay The Same Voted #1  20%
4 Get Fucked Up Voted #2  16%
5 When I'm Not There  5%
6 Lonely Nights  2%
7 Bye Bye Baby Voted #3  13%
8 Stay  8%
9 Getaway  8%
10 Because You Are No Other  2%
11 Kaleidoscope  5%
12 Woe  6%
13 Turning Over In My Tomb  2%
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Tim from Sacramento, CA 
Oct 16 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Buy it. It's been a year since it's release and it's still better than any of the shit you listen to.

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David from Landisville, PA 
Mar 28 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Solid album. Think Sound the Alarm but without the boring songs. Also, more of a happier feel as in Stay...

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Kevin from Yakima, WA 
Jan 2 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this is definetly a great album. of course its not "can't slow down" or any of STD's older work. but it's definetly an album worth listening to. i personally enjoyed "sound the alarm" a lot more. this album was sorta difficult to get into at first. but once you start actually listening to the lyrics and musical work you learn to enjoy it. three outa five simpley because i think saves the day could have put some more effort into the songs to make them better. still a great album tho.

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Scott from Honolulu, HI 
Nov 30 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I have been a fan of STD for many years now, and was so excited to get this album. It follows in the steps of Sound the Alarm. If you enjoyed the last album, you should like this. I honestly like their last ablum better but won't hold it against them. The songs aren't entirely rememberable, but very enjoyable. The best part about receiving this CD was getting the free shirt that came along with it.

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Robert from Chandler, AZ 
Nov 2 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Saves The Day has always changed their sound dramamtically which each record, this is probably the first time there has been an exception to that rule. I could describe this as Sound The Alarm part II, as a lot of the songs seem to pick up on the darker sound that that album ended on. Nevertheless this offers an even more in depth look into the complicated mind of Conoley with some of the most darkest person lyrics he's written to date, even more so than sound the alarm. They're still those typical sing along Save The Day tunes, just with a different theme. I still have the upmost respect for this band, as they continue to put out great different music and continue to do their own thing and evolve as they please.

The included DVD is interesting but can be a bit slow at times, its your typical in-studio hi-jinnks and behind the scene stuff, but what it really interesting is there's no music . It has a very personal intimate feel as if you really just walked into the studio with the guys as you listen to them have their own little conversations ranging from deep and introspective to just silly.

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Daniel from Fremont, CA 
Oct 29 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

to say that chris has lost his inspiration is silly. sure, it is no "can't slow down" or "through being cool" but what would be the fun in that. one of the best things about this band is their sound does change from album to album and they're still good. This album's sound is somewhere in between "in reverie" and "sound the alarm" a good portion of the vocals have the desperation heard on "STA" but the music itself was taken down a notch or two in heavyness. and theres slower songs that might be found on "in reverie" see: 'Stay'. The only conflict i have with this album is that it is preventing me from listening to Say Anything's "In Defense of the Genre" some more.

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Kristie from Freeland, MD 
Oct 29 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this is actually kristie's boyfriend, harrison(the CD was purchased for me).

well, it could've been worse.

i don't hate the album, but it definitely isn't "can't slow down" or "through being cool." it's ok. it's not as heavy as "sound the alarm" but it's also not as laid back as "in reverie." as with STA, the lyrics definitely bring the whole album down a notch. it seems like chris has lost his inspiration, or at the very least, the ability he once had.

 
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