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Tooth & Nail 73673

Released on February 20, 2007

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Throughout rock history, from "OK Computer" to "War" to "London Calling," third albums have defined careers. With the bombastic, breathtaking Cities, Anberlin's cohesive and adventurous new album, the group puts itself in some esteemed company, with a modern classic that uplifts as much as it initiates thought and elicits emotion. The Winter Haven, Florida-reared quintet -- who have watched its career rise while touring with everyone from Fall Out Boy and My Chemical Romance to Yellowcard and Hawthorne Heights -- doesn't just build on the energy and determination of recent singles like "Paperthin Hymn," "The Feelgood Drag," and "A Day Late." Instead, Anberlin expands its grasp of what a rock record can be with the Aaron Sprinkle-produced "Cities." Be it the huge-sounding, memorable roar of "Reclusion" or the bright, infectious "Adelaide," the writing team of singer Stephen Christian and guitarist Joseph Milligan drives Anberlin - which also counts bassist Deon Rexroat, guitarist Nathan Strayer and drummer Nathan Young - as it retains the airwave ready allure that earned the band a pair of radio hits last year. But, with the sprawling, epic "Fin*" and the gorgeous, lighter-ready "The Unwinding Cable Car" the group vastly widens its musical boundaries on "Cities."

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 (Debut)  0%
2 Godspeed Voted #2  17%
3 Adelaide  0%
4 A Whisper And A Clamor  9%
5 The Unwinding Cable Car Voted #3  15%
6 There Is No Mathematics To Love And Loss  6%
7 Hello Alone  9%
8 Alexithymia  4%
9 Reclusion  4%
10 Inevitable  4%
11 Dismantle. Repair. Voted #1  26%
12 (*Fin)  7%
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Pierre Paul from Qu├ębec, PQ Canada 
Jan 30 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Different from "Never Take Friendship Personal", but this release has a unique and original rock sound. A must for your rock collection !

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Nick from Osage, MN 
Oct 14 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Never have really been much of an Anberlin fan, bought this CD after I saw them live with Bayside. The songs are pretty good live, and as far as kind of soft pop-punk, with a little electronic experimentation goes its an alright disc. lyricism can be weak at times, at others vaguely insightful. Overall, download and hear them first, then make judgements before going out and buying.

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Adam from Phoenix, AZ 
Mar 8 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is fucking amazing. I have listened to it the past 3 weeks, and am still not sick of it. BUY IT.

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