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Name Taken

Hold On


Released on April 13, 2004

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Control Voted #2  15%
2 Hold On For Your Dearest Life  7%
3 A Year Spent Cold Voted #1  17%
4 Panic  4%
5 This Was Never  2%
6 Cover Up Voted #3  15%
7 It Sounds Prettier In Spanish  8%
8 We Give Up Sometimes  7%
9 I Quit My Scene  7%
10 Drive Drive Drive  9%
11 Clear And Conscious  8%
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Robyne from Corona, CA 
May 8 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is pop punk at best. I didn't expect to like this as much as I do. First listen wasn't amazing, but after listening more, I love it through and through. It is always stuck in my head. This is pretty much an essential album of the pop punk genre. Even though it might not be as well known as Enema Of The State and others, it is....grrrreat.

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Jean-francois from Sainte-foy, PQ Canada 
Oct 20 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Incredible...I have never heard something like that.

Excellent music, good mix of pop, punk and emo. The band doesn't exist anymore, that's the only bad thing. I discovered this band without a chance to see them live. :( I first heard We give up sometimes and I decided to buy it. Seriously, this cd is in my top 3, after Déja entendu and light a match, for I deserve to burn.

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Jeremiah from Kitchener, ON Canada 
Feb 16 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Well it took a few listen to grow on me but now it is in regular rotation in my discman.

This band has definite room to grow but with this CD they don't dissapoint and show a majority that some of their peers do not have just yet, check out drive, drive, drive. In my opion the best track on the CD.

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Seth from New Albany, IN 
Jan 28 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Descent CD

It is the sort of sound that you would listen to if you are more involved in the Punk/Pop scene and if you are, THIS CD IS GREAT AND JUST FOR YOU. If you liked Yellowcard or SOTY these guys are for you. Plus Chad is hot.

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Ben from Hillsborough, NJ 
Aug 12 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

It's ok. It opens up interestingly enough, as the first 3 tracks are very good. "This Was Never" and "Cover Up" are good also but then it trails off and gets really boring. I'd just get the first few songs and forget about it. Even better, but "The Silent Game" (their original EP). Its hard to find (interpunk doesn't carry it any more) but it's worth it.

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Tyler from Dickinson, ND 
Apr 20 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This album definately surprised me. I bought it, not really knowing what to expect. All I knew is that their previous EP was solid and they were on Fiddler Records, which other than Ferret, hosts some of the best bands of our day. The album starts off strong with "Control" and doesn't let up much at all. All the way to the song "Cover Up" Name Taken play quality punk music. I would compare this somewhat to The Starting Line or Matchbook Romance. As far as not-so-heavy punk rock music goes, this is a very solid album. Who know's, if Every Time I Die, The Bled, and The Rise weren't my 3 favorite bands, this might have been my album of 2004!

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