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Armor For Sleep

What To Do When You Are Dead

Equal Vision 104

Released on February 22, 2005


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Armor for Sleep has come a long way from their beginnings of self-promotion and the breakout success of 2003’s Dream to Make Believe with Equal Vision Records. From tours with Fall Out Boy, Taking Back Sunday, Recover and packed out shows as headliners, the band built a rabid national following and is ready to break out in the world of current it-scene with their own brand of music.

It was this same notion that contributed heavily to the construction of the new album, where the band again fuses their literally haunting writing with a slew of melodies including electronica and hardcore. What To Do When You Are Dead is their next step, the next logical progression in the band’s identity, a purposeful balance between a self-contained concept album and a strong collection of songs. Armor for Sleep has demonstrated their ability to adapt from the beginning, and as they grow, stake a claim in the fluctuating genre they helped to create.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 28 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Car Underwater Voted #1  25%
2 The Truth About Heaven Voted #2  17%
3 Remember To Feel Real  8%
4 Awkward Last Words  7%
5 Stay On The Ground Voted #3  11%
6 A Quick Little Flight  4%
7 The More You Talk The Less I Hear  7%
8 Basement Ghost Singing  7%
9 Walking At Night, Alone  2%
10 I Have Been Right All Along  3%
11 The End Of A Fraud  7%
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Trinity from Oldsmar, FL 
Jan 30 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

im gunna start off by saying i like the cd. its a little cheesy, but its good non the least. the guys are nice young pot heads. i know i met them in tampa at a bar drinking before a show. im hoping there next release will be more well constructed.

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Joey from Riverview, NB Canada 
Jan 11 2006 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Expectations were really high on this one, I wasnt really sure what to expect, but really I didnt expect this. First Song "Car underwater" pretty solid, and it all went downhill from there. To be honest the reason I got this was for the free T-shirt (which I dont wear cuz its too big).

All in all Im sorry Armour for Sleep I cannot reccomend this album. :(

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Jacob from Paia, HI 
Nov 27 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

eh....

over-produced, it's really obvious Armor For Sleep was trying to hit it big with this one. every song sounds like it's a single. Dream To Make Believe i really liked.

this one not so much.

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Kelly from Steamboat Springs, CO 
Nov 5 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

(PUNK) Very good cd if you are into this kind of music. I really like a few songs but over all I would give this cd 3 1/2 stars. It's recorded well, good stereo effects, some 808's and cool electronic sounds. I just don't feel it if you know what I mean. Some cd's just don't do it for me. I'm sure a lot of people love this cd though. Buy it to support Equal Vision they fuck shit up bitch. yeah... yeah... ok.

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Josh from Warner Robins, GA 
Sep 9 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Armor For Sleep, I found their first cd to be rather boring. But, I really enjoy this record. To me, it's very progressive, and it's a decent concept album. Reminds me of Coheed and Cambria at times, but that's not a bad thing at all. Check it out if you're a fan of Coheed, or even if you like solid rock.

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Jeff from North Bay, ON Canada 
Aug 7 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

much better, but also very different than their first album. it's just as dark in the imagery, but with a far heavier sound. this is a concept album that works quite well - the order of the songs go through the character's death & afterlife. the lyrical content sets it apart from other cliche emo out there. i recommend this for new fans, it is far better than "dream to make believe", although they're hard to compare.

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Chris from San Angelo, TX 
Aug 2 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Armor For Sleep really proves themselves on this record. It is strong from start to finish including heavy and melodic, yet intricate guitar parts. The lyrics are amazing, so if you like really clever emo hooks similar to that of Brand New's "Deja" album, then you'll really enjoy this CD. This group really steps it up a notch in What To Do When You're Dead; I seem to think more and more that it compliments Dream To Make Believe, and takes it one step further. Overall, "What To Do" is an excellent sophomore album. AFS maintains their style and sound from "Dream", and brings new, more difficult music to the table. A good buy for fans of Dream to Make Believe.

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Steven from Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Jun 13 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Absolutely stunning, dense layered music with an excellent theme throughout. Concept album or not, its awesome, Get Dream to make believe first and then buy this.

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Jeremiah from Palmdale, CA 
May 26 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This album is cool. Although every song is about when you're dead, i like it. This album has soft and hard songs, which makes it good.

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Jorge from Salamanca, Spain 
May 18 2005 Rating: 1/5 Stars

I didn't like this album. I think it's so commercial or something. I don't know, but it wasn't made for me.

 
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