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Stop Doing Bad Things

Victory 2412

Released on March 22, 2005

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CD includes a free bonus DVD. Includes 10 videos from Taking Back Sunday, Hawthorne Heights, Straylight Run and more!!

Chicago’s SPITALFIELD have built a huge fan base amongst fans of rock, emo and pop/punk by delivering infectious, crunchy songs that seem to grow in complexity with each listen. Their Victory debut, Remember Right Now released in 2003, to great critical fanfare from the likes of Alternative Press, the Chicago Tribune and New York’s Newsday. The band toured relentlessly with bands like THURSDAY, SUGARCULT and FALL OUT BOY, selling 40,000 records and establishing themselves as standouts in a fiercely competitive scene. Stop Doing Bad Things promises mainstream success for SPITALFIELD, kicking up the intensity with airtight arrangements, edgy rock guitar and truly unforgettable lyrical hooks. For fans of HAWTHORNE HEIGHTS, JIMMY EAT WORLD and TAKING BACK SUNDAY, SPITALFIELD will be irresistible.

The song "Gold Dust Vs. The State Of Illinois" is on the CD twice. Every copy of the CD is like this. It was part of the bands online prank/contest.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 So, I Heard You Joined A Convent Voted #2  18%
2 Texas With A Dollar Sign  7%
3 Gold Dust Vs. State Of Illinois Voted #1  21%
4 Gold Dust Vs. State Of Illinois  1%
5 What Were You Thinking?  8%
6 Tampa Bum Blues  4%
7 Restraining Order Blues Voted #3  14%
8 The Future Is Now  4%
9 Van Buren  0%
10 From The Desk Of B. Larsen  13%
11 Building A Better City By Design  1%
12 Simple Minds, Simple Lives  8%
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Carlos from Los Angeles, CA 
Jun 2 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great album from start to finish its rock but with heavy breakdowns and you cant help but catching yourself humming a song soo get it!

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Daniel from Lancaster, CA 
May 29 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

one of the worst ***king cds iv ever heard....sorry...2 songs are the same wtf? Not worth the money so anyone who is smart and reading these reviews listen to ME I SPEAK THE TRUTH DO NOT BUY!!

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Jeff from North Bay, ON Canada 
Apr 19 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

"remember right now" was a great release, and i anxiously awaited this album, only to be let down hard! this album is nowhere near as musically catchy or lyrically thoughtful as their last album. the music has a heavier edge, but that takes away from the melody. it's feels like a poor effort thrown together with no real emotion. unless you're a die-hard fan, i'd say skip this release. if you're new to them, buy "remember right now"! i gave it 2 stars for some cool cover art and a few decent songs.

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Matt from Clemson, SC 
Mar 28 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

So far, I think their previous cd is better, but it also took some time for it to grow on me. I like the songs though, they're catchy. It's a different sound than the previous album without totally changing the band's sound. The one dissapointment is that it appears there is a duplicate on the cd. I'm not sure if this was intentional? But song #3 (Gold Dust vs. State of Illinois) and song #4 (What Were You Thinking?) appear to be the same. I recommend this band and cd though!

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Matt from Warrington, PA 
Mar 23 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

yea boiiii windows down rolling through WARRINGTON, represent playa. blastin da spita all day longgggg hittin da boonggggg singin dat songggg. hawthorn heights is the worst band i ever heard in my life. spita is soo good they are the NWA of emo yeaaaaa durrttyyy. E A G L E S..EAGLES. pacifer pacifies, yea it pacifies.....

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