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Alkaline Trio

My Shame Is True

Epitaph 87243.2

Released on April 2, 2013



It’s been 14 years since Alkaline Trio released their first fulllength album, Goddamnit. In that time, they’ve toured the world, sold over a million records and expanded their sound beyond their original straight-ahead punk style, incorporating more melody and production. Now with My Shame Is True, their eighth studio album, Alkaline Trio have honed their songwriting craft to a new high, coming with their strongest set of songs to date. With producer extraordinaire Bill Stevenson (member of All, Descendents, Black Flag, producer of As I Lay Dying, Rise Against, NOFX, Against Me! and many more) at the dials, the album has all the crunch and verve of classic pop punk. Coming off the much-lauded This Addiction, which the LA Times hailed as the “band’s best album in years,” Alkaline Trio will awe old and new fans alike with their continued quest for pop punk perfection.

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# Song Name Popularity
1 She Lied To The FBI Voted #1  23%
2 I Wanna Be A Warhol Voted #2  23%
3 I'm Not Only Here To Disappoint  3%
4 Kiss You To Death  7%
5 The Temptation Of St. Anthony  7%
6 I, Pessimist  0%
7 Only Love  3%
8 The Torture Doctor  3%
9 Midnight Blue  0%
10 One Last Dance  7%
11 Young Lovers  10%
12 Until Death Do Us Part Voted #3  13%
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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Apr 16 2013 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I totally agree with Chris below. I too have not liked an Alkaline Trio album since "Good Mourning". Perhaps they are on a bit of a rebound/rebuilding period. There are a lot of songs of here I like. Also....I must say I enjoy that not every song is about some grim or deathly thing, for example, "She Lied to The FBI", is kind of a bouncy and witty punk song. I was rather surprised they lead the album off with that track, but it sounds great. So good album and check it out!

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Chris from Novato, CA 
Apr 11 2013 Rating: 5/5 Stars

To be honest, i've had a hard time enjoying any Alk3 album since Good Mourning. It's as if they've been trying too hard to sound mainstream while keeping the edge of their earlier sounds. I'm not sure what happened hear but it sounds like a return to form. Some of my favorite Alk3 songs in a long long time. Only Love is one of my favorite Andriano songs not in a few albums, but of all time. All Alk3 fans will love this album.

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