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New Surrender

Universal Republic B001171002

Released on September 30, 2008

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New Surrender demonstrates Anberlin’s natural progression as musicians as well as solidifying their place as some of music’s most creative songwriters. With all out rockers like “Feel Good Drag” and “Blame Me! Blame Me!” to the introspective “Retrace,” Anberlin have created a record that is sure to propel the band to the next level.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Resistence Voted #2  13%
2 Breaking  7%
3 Blame Me! Blame Me!  0%
4 Retrace Voted #3  13%
5 Feel Good Drag  10%
6 Disappear  13%
7 Breathe  10%
8 Burn Out Brighter (Northern Lights)  10%
9 Younglife  0%
10 Haight St. Voted #1  20%
11 Soft Skeletons  3%
12 Misearbile Visu (Ex Malo Bonum)  0%
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Brandon from San Luis Obispo, CA 
Jun 10 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a good album, better than the last I thought. I'm taking away a half a star for it not being as good as "Never Take Friendship Personal", which is not an easy task. And I am forced to reduce their score by another half-star for this bullshit hyper-promotion of Feel Good Drag. What on earth is going on?! They change record labels and regurgitate an old song. Given, it's an awesome song, but it was fine the way it was, where it was. Sounds like your new label convinced you to slap it on the album as a single or something. For shame, Anberlin, for shame... I hope the oily residue on your bodies that results from ripping off fans won't come off in the shower, even though you scrub and scrub... but it's still there, and it won't come off, so you get some steel wool, and keep rubbing, but no! It's still there, and you're left with raw, bleeding flesh and a guilty conscience. The last time I can remember a band blatantly doing this was Green Day's "Welcome to Paradise", and it was consecutive albums at least, and it was that song that helped them make the jump to Reprise, or whatever label it was. But Anberlin is an excellent and talented band that shouldn't need to do that crap. Good album, bad ethics.

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