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Taking Back Sunday

Where You Want To Be (Enhanced)

Victory 228.2

Released on July 27, 2004


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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 25 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Set Phasers To Stun Voted #2  17%
2 Bonus Most pt. II  10%
3 A Decade Under The Influence Voted #1  18%
4 This Photograph Is Proof (I Know You Know)  8%
5 The Union  5%
6 New American Classic  5%
7 I Am Fred Astaire  3%
8 One Eighty By Summer Voted #3  11%
9 Number Five With A Bullet  7%
10 Little Devotional  7%
11 ...Slowdance On The Inside  8%
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Andy from Crestview, FL 
Nov 18 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Good tbs....not like louder now or tell all your friends, but its good

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Ashley from Las Vegas, NV 
Mar 5 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Well what can I say? This cd is awesome! A Decade Under the Influence is my favorite song because I can relate to it. This Photograph is Proof is also a great song. so buy this cd!

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Tye from Litchfield, MN 
Feb 22 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It's TBS...what else do you have to say. The songs are awesome. If you're not sure about it because of the new members and stuff, at least check it out. I'm not sure if i like it more than the older TBS cd, but it's definitely up there. If you liked the older TBS cd, then buy it.

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Guillaume from New-richmond, PQ Canada 
Jan 2 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Its a good Cd. Taking back sunday continue to evolute to a side who is much emo. The different style of this band is the same than the first album. This cd is not bad and I recommand it to all the fan.

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Bryce from Ravenswood, WV 
Dec 6 2004 Rating: 1/5 Stars

Yeah well Taking Back Sunday sucks really bad, the lyrics are complete stupid, the music sucks and there's nothing good about them..





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Patrick from Berea, KY 
Aug 20 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

From "Set Phasers to Stun" to the last track on this cd, the energy never dies. It only slows for "New AMerican Classic", which is one of the most beautiful slow songs ever. It immediately picks back up from that interlude to "I Am Fred Astaire." It's like the cd has two parts. Holds some similarities with "Tell all your friends." But it just sounds like they took more time to record and do things better. This cd is worth it.

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Jeff from Tremonton, UT 
Aug 19 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

"Where You Want To Be" is for the most part quite an enjoyable album. I fell in love with Taking Back Sunday a few years ago when they released "Tell All Your Friends", so that will always be my favorite. Plus, i idolize John Nolan, and without him in this CD, it's a little strange. It's still a good CD though. "New American Classic" is an amazing song. I'm just glad TBS stuck around after Shaun and John left. They are so amazing. Fred and Matt fit the band nicely, so I'm glad that it was them who joined the band. Buy this CD.

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Jay from Pownal, VT 
Aug 16 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

WOW! I was really suprised with this cd actually. With the two new members everyone thought that this cd may not be as amazing as the first cd, can't blame them for thinking that. I thought the same thing. Plus with so many bands changing their sounds and stuff. But this is soooo Taking Back Sunday. Still the same sound, which is a good thing. REally intense flavorful lyrics. Hard drumming and sick riffs. Nice duel vocals, the new band members really did their parts. Not to mention you need to see TBS live. But this cd is still amazing TBS just with two new members and more complex lyrics and sound, still sing along style it just takes a lil more time to pick it up. buy this

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Phil from Napanee, ON Canada 
Aug 10 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD's kick ass... My favourite songs are A Decade Under The Influence, The Union, One-Eighty By Summer and ...Slowdance On The Inside. But the whole CD kicks total ass. Check it out!

...Also look out for Strung Out's new CD coming out soon...

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Levi from Marshalltown, IA 
Aug 9 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I remember a summer when I couldn’t stop listening to a little album called "Tell All Your Friends." The songs blared on and I didn't want them to stop; I wished there were twenty tracks instead of ten. There were a few shaky spots, but the album itself was one of the most solid I had heard in months.

Later that year I discovered another band with a release called "Your+Favorite+Weapon." The song styles were comparable, and I listened to that CD with undeterred interest, although it was a little spottier than "Tell All Your Friends."

Then came summer of 2003, when Brand New exploded onto the "scene" with "Deja Entendu." Talk about a solid album. Their pals in Taking Back Sunday were left in the dust, wondering how to compete in the dog-eat-dog world of pop-punk fanatics who will have your head for the slightest wrongdoing. Talk about tables turning.

In rebuttal, "Tell All Your Friends" was milked to its fullest, as if it was a brand new album (clever?). Whoever decides what popular music we listen to knew that if the masses liked one band, they must like this other, similar group. Regardless, Brand New stole the show and Taking Back Sunday was left singing second-rate "is-this-their-new-stuff?" songs on late-night TV shows.

Well, 2004 rolls around, and TBS has their chance to steal back the spotlight. I didn't even know they had a new album coming out until about a week before it dropped. I had high hopes for their new stuff, considering they had a little over two years to work on the material. On the opening track Lazzara even apologized for me, and I accepted.

I still accept the apology, but like a line of his own lyrics, he'll be left in waiting if he thinks I'll come around again. The sound is recycled rambling with a few hooks thrown in for good measure. The overlapping wails that were the backbone of "Tell All Your Friends" became a background drone with no originality. The lyrics might actually be a step backward for the group (talk about fragmented ideas and too many pronouns). The liner notes are a jumbled mess of words that cover up for untied loose ends; heaven forbid they print what they sing in the right order, someone might actually find out the poet has gone sour. The journal-entry style confusion was cute on the first album, and headache-inducing ridiculous on this release. And what’s with all the damned quotation marks? Words fail me, as they seemed to have done to someone else...

To finally sum, don’t fall for TBS's tricks. Every song sounds like an attempt to capture the magic of "Your Own Disaster." Why don’t they throw that on an album to actually make it worthwhile to buy? These guys are fortunate this isn't their first release, because a shitty sophomore effort can ride the waves of an overplayed debut album with minimal turbulence. Taking Back Sunday had their chance to catch up with Brand New, and they dropped the ball horribly. Maybe Adam Lazzara should break his leg again doing crazy jumps so he can sit down and take notes from a certain Jesse Lacey. At least there's someone out there who can still sing about relationships in a fresh, driven way.

Good try, guys.

 
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