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Time Again

Darker Days

Hellcat 80496.2

Released on February 19, 2008


Since 2004, Time Again have taken their distinctive brand of adrenaline-fueled street punk from the club scene in their LA hometown to sold-out venues all over the US and Canada, as well as to festival stages in Europe. "Darker Days" written backstage, in cheap hotel rooms, and in their tour van, is filled with emotional suspense and angst, driven by singer Daniel Dart's words of despair and regret, hope and inspiration. They've supported such acts as Social Distortion, Rancid, Tiger Army, The Casualties, Duane Peters, and the Circle Jerks. RIYL: Rancid, The Clash, The Unseen, Operation Ivy. "This is what punk is. This is a band that's gonna be around for a long time" - Lars Frederiksen (Rancid).

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 12 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Days Like This  7%
2 Soon It Will Be  7%
3 One Way Or Another  7%
4 Lines Are Faded Voted #2  21%
5 Darker Days Voted #3  9%
6 Lucky  3%
7 Montreal (Street Kids)  1%
8 Lookin' Back  5%
9 Movin' On  1%
10 You're Goin' Down  0%
11 TV Static  7%
12 Shell Casings  7%
13 Gonna Get Mine  2%
14 Outcast Voted #1  23%
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Coulter from Thornton, NH 
Nov 8 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

my personal favorite time again album this is what more bands need to b like none of that crying or inhuman self a prasial just good music unless ur a cop or corprate america or corse but get this album now its well worth the money

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Bob The Slob from Leesburg, IN 
Jan 22 2009 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This cds ok. I just think they wish they were rancid a little too much. I can just see daniel dart ballin his eyes out to tim begging to put them on hellcat. But if you can get past the cheesyness of that, its an alright fast paced punk cd.

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Peter from Woonsocket, RI 
Jul 9 2008 Rating: 1/5 Stars

Hey, This is a great new Rancid CD. Get this CD if you like Rancid, if you dont like Rancid then you wont like this CD. Its all the same cliche "street punk" chants, melodies, patterns, nothing new to see here kids. Down to the same black and white photoshopped pictures... can a band get anymore unoriginal?? It sounds like this is a Rancid tribute band.

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Matt from Medina, TN 
Mar 30 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Bottom line, I like Time Again very much. I really thought that The Stories Are True was a fluke - a one time great release by a somehwat unknown band. I was 100% WRONG. Time Again is the real deal. They throw punches with these songs. Quality music, and vocals to match. What? You don't like them because they sound like Rancid? Well I like Rancid, and I like these guys. That's that my friend! Time Again does not let you down.

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Johan from Kortessem, Belgium 
Mar 18 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

A little faster, a little louder than the first album. Still sounds like Rancid in an angry mood. There ain't a " Stories are true" on this but it's still great. Lookin' Back is catchy as hell!

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Paul from North Yorkshire, United Kingdo 
Mar 16 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Time Again is a band I can listen to over and over again. This second full-length release is similar to 'The Stories are True'; all songs are classic punk rock with catchy sing-a-long choruses. Despite what some reviewers think, Time Again are not Rancid clones; listen to this release as well as 'The Stories are True'; Rancid have not released two back-to-back releases as strong as this since 1994/5. Time Again will only get better. A Classic!!

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Craig from Mountain Top, PA 
Mar 12 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

If you like a Rancid copycat band I guess this is for you. The music isnt bad but it's just weird listening to someone who sounds almost EXACTLY like Tim Armstrong

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Chris from Jackson, WY 
Feb 28 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this time again cd is amazing. alot faster and outta control chaos it makes me wet. anyways (montreal) street kids is a great song. my favorite though is "one way or another". you buy now

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Dan from Scottsbluff, NE 
Feb 20 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great CD. These guys prove that punk music is still alive. Daniel Darts got the voice. Elijah has some guitar talent I think he brings the ska sound (don't know). Oren is awesome on the bass. And Ryan can beat them skins. "Outcast" is a song you'll listen to forever.

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Matt from West Columbia, TX 
Feb 20 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

wow!! i knew what to expect from these guys but i was totally blown away by this album. with their second release, time again continues to deliver the hard hitting sound mixed with lyrics that hit home. this is a contender as one of the best punk albums of the year.

if you dont have it then please rush to the store or computer and buy it.

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