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Tooth & Nail 73673

Released on February 20, 2007

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In addition to the regular version of the album, there is an additional version of the album available! The limited "Special Edition" features special packaging with exclusive artwork, plus a bonus DVD with behind-the-scenes, in the studio, "making of" footage, and more.

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 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 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 (Debut)  2%
2 Godspeed Voted #3  11%
3 Adelaide Voted #2  12%
4 A Whisper And A Clamor  6%
5 The Unwinding Cable Car  11%
6 There Is No Mathematics To Love And Loss  2%
7 Hello Alone  5%
8 Alexithymia  7%
9 Reclusion  7%
10 Inevitable  5%
11 Dismantle.Repair. Voted #1  19%
12 (Fin)  9%
13 Uncanny  2%
14 There Is A Light That Never Goes Out  1%
15 The Promise  1%
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Michael from Wilmington, OH 
Sep 7 2007 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I was so excited to get this CD. I have both Blueprints For The Blackmarket and Never Take A Friendship Personal and think that they are great. So I get this one and pop it in and go What The F...? I have had it since it came out and I think that I have made myself listen to it about 10 times and It still hasn't even started to grow on me.

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Chris from Newcastle, Australia 
Aug 30 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Awesome! I only bought this cd because i was going to see them play with copeland, and didn't think i'd really like them, but by golly was i wrong! This is one of the best sounding cd's i've heard in a long time. They must have spent alot of time producing this one, because it sounds amazing! All the songs are catchy and have really awesome lyrics. I'm a big fan of anberlin after this cd. 'godspeed', 'adelaide', 'a whisper & a clamour' are my favourites, but there are so many good songs on this album, it's hard to pick a favourite. It's an amazing record. i've heard their other albums and this one is just another step up for them!

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Callie from Colstrip, MT 
Jul 10 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This album was a lot better than I thought it would be. I've had it for a while and still can't get into a few of the songs but they've definitely improved since their first album. Never Take Friendship Personal is probably a better album overall.

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Kyle from Rochester, NY 
Apr 24 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I've been a long time fan of anberlin. I was extatic when I heard that were coming out with a new cd. When I first got it, I didn't know what to think of it, as I listened to it more and more I grew more inlove with it. Then I kept listening. I realized most of the songs on this cd have the EXACT same layout to the song, just with different words and beats. The best songs on the CD are the ones that break away from the monatiny that is overly abundant in this album.

If I were to stear my friends torwards anberlin this would be the LAST cd I would have them listen to. I still believe Blueprints for the Black Market, and Never Take Friendship Personal was way better cd's. They we're way more inovative, and more diverse.

Oh and by the way, Inevitable, probably one of the worst song I have ever listened to.

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Jason from Richfield, OH 
Feb 27 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is 110% kick ass. The vocals are deep and meaningful and the music is hard hitting. Much Much cleaner and WAY more mature than the previous 2 albums. Anberlin is here to stay and to stay for good. YOU need to listen to this album.

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Phillip from Bowling Green, KY 
Feb 23 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is an amazing cd. It blows the first two out of the water. The vocals are better, the music is better, the drums are better, and the songs themselves are better, catchier, and heavier. This album is much more thought out and deeper then their previous works. Reclusion kicks you in the ass, (Fin) takes you on an epic journey, and Dismantle. Repair. just straight rocks. Every song is worth listening to everytime you listen to the album. I always liked Anberlin, but wouldn't have considerded them one of my favorites. This cd has changed my view about them. Also, I recommend the DVD version because the DVD is very good.

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