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Taking Back Sunday

Tidal Wave

Hopeless 2291.2

Released on September 16, 2016


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Kenny from Florence, KY 
Jun 24 2017 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Was not sure what to expect from this. I was in love with Happiness Is because of the original lineup from their early days being a thing again and this album takes them further into new territory, while still keeping their usual formula of self-aware, emotionally fueled lyrics with two singers and a clashing of guitars that carry the songs into familiar territory. Adam sounds very different now though. He has like a pirate, swampy sound in some songs, and his range seems limited on the Holy Water, but he still aims for those high notes and I like the strained sound on his voice. It's not screaming anymore, it's gasping and it makes the lyrics better. We don't go in there was a surprise because it reminded me of their New Again songs like Everything Must Go and Where My Mouth Is while the new song Call Came Running was almost like Carpathia or Summer Man. It is interesting to see their evolution from Tell all your friends to now. I bet fans will like some of the songs, but they definitely have moved on from those song structures and are a different band because of it. It will be interesting to see them play these songs live!





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