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Mae

Everglow

Tooth & Nail

Released on March 29, 2005

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In February 2003, Virginia Beach, Virginia introduced the world to the charming quintet collectively known as Mae. Not only was their debut album, “Destination: Beautiful” an instant success with audiences, but their live show proved their talent moved even past just writing alluring hits. Now two years of non-stop touring and almost 70,000 album sales later, Mae are gearing to release their widely anticipated sophomore album, "The Everglow." Complete with both compelling and introspective lyrics along with beautifully developed musicianship, Mae prove flawlessly why they’ve been turning heads for years.

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Average Customer Rating: 3 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Prologue  1%
2 We're So Far Away Voted #3  15%
3 Someone Else's Arms  12%
4 Suspension Voted #2  15%
5 This Is The Countdown  2%
6 Painless  8%
7 The Ocean  5%
8 Breakdown  4%
9 Mistakes We Knew We Were Making  4%
10 Cover Me  2%
11 The Everglow Voted #1  17%
12 Ready And Waiting To Fall  2%
13 Anything  8%
14 The Sun And The Moon  2%
15 Epilogue  1%
Come back on or after Tuesday, March 29 to vote for your favorite songs

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Alexander from Orchard Park, NY 
Jun 15 2009 Rating: 3/5 Stars

For starters the presentation on this album is nothing short of outstanding. It begins with a really beautiful simple piano melody and a voice that harkens back to the voice you'd hear at the beginning of those books on record. The cd itself also even looks and feels like a record! It begins much like "Hello and welcome to the Everglow by Mae. You are now listening to the audio portion of the album, to complete your experience please open the booklet that accompanies the compact disc....." And then it does the whole you'll know it is time to turn the page when you hear "this sound." It's really charming and makes me think of some of my youngest days and how innocent everything was then.

The next song is another piano song which is really nice as well. After that not all the songs stand out as well to me though I haven't completed the experience by opening the booklet and following along. That might help. I used to do that a lot more back in the day with my cds. 'Painless' is my favorite song so far. It just mixes piano and your typical punk music splendidly. This happens on other tracks too but it sounds the best to me on this one imo. I've sorta been withholding final judgement on this album, it's not really standing out that much to me and I've been trying to play it a lot, but it's certainly a worthwhile purchase. Plus it is pretty inspiration songs like 'Anything' or even 'Breakdown' (which is a little sad) can be quite uplifting.

At worst this is a decent cd that is elevated largely by a great presentation and the lyric booklet is cool too. It has pictures for every song. If you have some cash, I'd get it. This is a better cd than the last couple reviews down there made it out to be. I'm going to give it a three but it could be elevated to a four alone with just the presentation.

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Bev from Mackay, Australia 
Sep 29 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

mae are a good band, that you need to be in a certain mood to listen to them, i get the feeling that this cd should be a soundtrack to the next 'feel good, kids movie' thats now showing at the cinemas. there are still great songs on this cd still but id recommend Destintion:beautiful before this cd. But this still rocks

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Daniel from Davie, FL 
Jun 16 2005 Rating: 1/5 Stars

Nope, no good, sold it...thought their first was pretty nice/good, but this is just bland. Boring, and unoriginal. I thought it had potential after the first couple songs, but I was wrong.

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Christopher from Chesterfield, VA 
May 22 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow. I've been listening to these guys since they were Sky's the Limit waaay back in the day and I have to say that with each cd, they get even better. The keyboards in this new release really stand out, I think, and help carry a couple of songs to that next level. And let's not forget the sing alongity. There's a whooole bunch of it. Old fans won't be dissappointed and people new to mae will surely be hooked.

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Brandon from San Luis Obispo, CA 
Apr 18 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Huh. Disappointed. There, I said it, I'm sorry Mae! This CD just had an overall maudlin emptyness to it, not unlike the CD's title. The songs run together like bland syrup, and you just end up not caring what's next. It's elevator music without the excitement of the elevator! I swear, I loved Mae's last release, but I just couldn't connect with this one. However, I did like the piano work.

P.S. Mae, you might want to consider spending less time on the CD booklet and wrapper, and more time writing meaningful songs. Song I was relatively stoked about: "The Ocean"





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