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Antifreeze

Search For Something More

Kung Fu 78818

Released on October 7, 2003


$9.25
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Growth comes in all sorts of methods. In Antifreeze's case, it came in almost all of them. Their songwriting, performance, touring...even their hair! "The Search for Something More" is the second album from the quartet discovered by The Ataris back in 2000. With a new, younger drummer on board, and now managed by Mike and Kris of The Ataris, Antifreeze is poised to easily soar to the next step. Avoiding punk clich├ęs and opting for a more matured, developed sound, songwriters/co-vocalists Jon Tyler and Tim Crowley wear their influences on their sleeves as they blend pop and no-frills punk rock together into a stunningly impressive sophomore release.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Birthday Weekend Voted #2  15%
2 Tell Me  3%
3 Pointless Emotion Voted #1  32%
4 Learning To Forget  3%
5 Counting Sheep  2%
6 Hurts To Hurt  8%
7 Search For Something More  3%
8 Goodbye, Good Luck  5%
9 Life's Little Details  10%
10 Dialogue Voted #3  13%
11 Do You Remember  3%
12 Holding Back  2%
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Paul from Ommen, Netherlands 
Aug 9 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is definitely one of the best albums I own. Songs like "Birthday Weekend", "Pointless Emotion" and " Life's Little Details" just have fantastic vocals!! Buy this cd and it will blow your mind!!

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Vince from Bethlehem, PA 
Mar 6 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Antifreeze have really proved themselves. This new c.d. is completely different then "Four Letter Words". Every song is much more harder and the lyrics are more mature than "Four Letter Words". Buy this one first if you don't know them, you won't be disappointed.

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Nick from Guildford, Surrey, United King 
Feb 4 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Was really looking forward to this but I have to say I prefered there first albulm a hell of alot more. His voice seems very throaty - seems he has a cold or something. Some songs are cool but they shouldve stuck to stuff like the birthday song alot more.

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Scott from Tucson, AZ 
Nov 4 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Not the best cd. This cd does have a nice sentiment to it, in some ways. However, the cd does contribute to people everywhere thinking that emo consists solely of lame guys whining about lost girlfriends. It would definitely help if the songs weren't sung in such a defeated voice, it's really transparent where the artists are coming from.








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