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Saves The Day

Sound The Alarm

Vagrant 433

Released on April 11, 2006

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There are few bands today that can lay claim to helping break a new style of music the way Saves the Day did years ago. After a brief stint with a major label, the band is back on Vagrant Records. Also back on “Sound the Alarm” is the classic Saves the Day sound with all the revved up tempos and catchy melodies Saves the Day fans have grown accustomed to throughout the years.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 8 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Head For The Hills  10%
2 The End  8%
3 Shattered Voted #3  11%
4 Eulogy Voted #1  18%
5 Dying Day  5%
6 34  3%
7 Say You'll Never Leave  6%
8 Diseased  4%
9 Don't Know Why  3%
10 Sound The Alarm  10%
11 Bones Voted #2  13%
12 Delusional  8%
13 Hell Is Here  4%
Come back on or after Tuesday, April 11 to vote for your favorite songs

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Vincent from Plaisir, France 
Oct 22 2006 Rating: 2/5 Stars

If you're an early Saves The Day fan, i guess this record will make you happy. The pop-punk speed melodies and catchy song-writing is back! But the fact is that i'm NOT an early fan. My favorite records by them are "Stay what you are" and "In reverie". The musical evolution of the band has always been natural, until this "Sound the alarm", which, in my opinion, is more something to make the fans coming back than anything sincere. If your fans don't love what you want to do anymore, so screw them! Or change the name of the band, or stop or whatever. But this move backward is really stupid. Ok, the songs are still catchy, but far from being as memorable and anthemic than anything on "SWYA" or "Through being cool", and farther than being as well-built and beautiful than on "In reverie". With this record, each and every magazine and fan said "Saves The Day is back!". I say "Saves The Day is gone".

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Joey from Riverview, NB Canada 
Jul 26 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

pretty decent release its good to see STD back on vagrant, its definitly like the old stuff a bit more but with a bit of reinvention, Id say hmmmmmm ...... ...... well if you like Saves the Day buy it I guess hehe.

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Daryl from Alexandria, VA 
May 22 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

To be honest it took a while since I received it and took it in.....i'm stokked its the opposite direction where In Reverie was taking them....they went back to their Through being Cool, a little Can't Slow Down mixed w/ Stay what you are......overall a great line-up...chris is on guitar and his vocals have matured , though a little more whiny but passionate....i give it a 4 out of 5 for a kick ass comeback effort! Enjoy........

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C from Pennsauken, NJ 
May 1 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

A solid album and a good try to return to their roots. The lyrics and vocals are not the best but altogether a great sound for STD peeps.

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Eric from Longview, WA 
Apr 26 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Saves The Day are back on Vagrant!!!! This is their first effort since rejoining the label that put them on the map, and I have some mixed feelings. The good news is this is no "In Reverie". You can now officially forget about that disaster of an album. The bad's nowhere near as good as "Stay What You Are" or "Through Being Cool". While the music is kickin', in fact alot of guitar work is similar to what's on SWYA, the vocals are.....different. The songs definately suffer from the vocals, as well as a lack of real hooks. A definate improvement from "In Reverie", but still nothing to write home about.

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Josh from Morgantown, WV 
Apr 20 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

After a week straight in my car cd player i can confidentley say that im hooked.. apart from the vocals and all the other saves the day norms.. the base lines on this album are incredible..

this cd is absolutley brilliant five stars

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Justin from Wauconda, IL 
Apr 16 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

What the hell happened to Conley’s voice? Not since Wheatus have I heard a voice so terrifying that I wanted to jump out of the nearest window. I almost miss the boring Saves The Day years, at least then he had a almost normal voice. This cd is good, so good that it almost makes me forget about In Reverie. You should probably buy this cd, since it is better than some of their old stuff, even though it gets a little slow towards the end. What can you do? As soon as we all realize that every punk band changes no matter how good they were before, the better off we’ll be.

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Tim from Sacramento, CA 
Apr 15 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I'd be lying if I said I wasn't biased towards the world's greatest band but even if I wasn't, this CD deserves nothing but praise.

It feels as if this CD is an all new beginning to a band that has five full lengths under their belt. Once again they've managed to create an entirely different CD from any of their others.

I have to thank Chris, David, Pete, and Manny for what will be the record of the year. Buy it now because if you don't you will only be shortchanging yourself.

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