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Sugarcult

Lights Out

V2/Fearless 7324

Released on September 12, 2006

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Produced by Gavin MacKillop (Public Image Limited, The Church) and mixed by Tom Lord Alge (Weezer, Fall Out Boy, Marilyn Manson, Oasis), Lights Out is Sugarcult's defining album.

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Average Customer Rating: 3 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Lights Out  3%
2 Dead Living  6%
3 Los Angeles Voted #1  36%
4 Do It Alone Voted #2  17%
5 Explode  0%
6 Out Of Phase  3%
7 Made A Mistake  6%
8 Riot Voted #3  9%
9 Majoring In Minors  8%
10 Shaking  3%
11 The Investigation  5%
12 Hiatus  5%
Come back on or after Tuesday, September 12 to vote for your favorite songs

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Gianmarco from Brindisi, Italy 
Feb 20 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this record means "grow up" , i love all Sugarcult records but this one has something more i can't describe... Tim's voice is soo good and warm and songs are great! the sound is really cool... "Los Angeles" bass intro listened with a good stereo will change you life! "Do it alone" voice is perfect, "Riot" will kick your ass and "shaking" will bring you to a different kind of music. hope you all buy this record!

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Vincent from Plaisir, France 
Aug 20 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Not that bad. I was expecting worst (so why did i bought it you ask? I don't know), but this record is really better than Palm Trees and Power Lines. And probably than Start Static too. It's darker, less poppy and easy, and more interesting in the lyrics. It's still not that chilling and incredible, but there is a sense of urgency and rock that wasn't here on their first records. The best tracks are probably "Los Angeles" an "Hiatus". That's their best record so far... But it's still not amazing.

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Ray from Deerlodge, TN 
Apr 29 2007 Rating: 1/5 Stars

this cd sucks. sugarcult was once a good band waiting for their chance to be a great band. this album set them back.

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Grayson from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 
Mar 3 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I felt that this was a good cd, it's probably Sugarcult's most mature sounding album to date. I tend to agree with the last guy saying that Palm Trees & Power Lines is probably a better release, however Lights Out still has plenty of catchy pop punk tunes like Los Angeles & Made A Mistake. But overall, it's a good cd worth checking out if you're trying to get into Sugurcult! They ROCK!

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Chris from London, ON Canada 
Nov 3 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

It is a decent CD but I don't think it is nearly as good as Palm Trees and Power Lines.... The songs are defiently catchy but I didn't really like ever song on it. If you like pop-punk or Sugarcult specifically then you should pick it up, it is good but if you aren't really into pop-punk then ther is no way you would like this.





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