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Dashboard Confessional

A Mark, A Mission, A Brand, A Scar

Vagrant 385

Released on August 12, 2003

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 23 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Hands Down Voted #1  24%
2 Rapid Hope Loss  5%
3 As Lovers Go Voted #3  11%
4 Carry  4%
5 Bend And Not Break Voted #2  14%
6 Ghost Of A Good Thing  8%
7 I Am Missing  6%
8 Morning Calls  3%
9 Carve Your Heart Out  4%
10 So Beautiful  4%
11 Hey Girl  4%
12 If You Can't Leave It Be  4%
13 Several Ways To Die Trying  9%
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Manuel from Salinas, CA 
Dec 1 2011 Rating: 5/5 Stars

My favorite Chris Carabba album, definitely different from his first 2 releases, album took me a couple of listens to get used to the new sound, but it was definitely a change for the better.

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Gal from Raanna, Israel 
Oct 7 2004 Rating: 1/5 Stars

i hate dashboard. i only like Swiss Army and i have no clue why i bought this shit. it sucks. i have to write mor to be able to post this so here. it sucks

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Jeremiah from Mccaysville, GA 
Apr 13 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I love D/C. I really do. This cd's is lacking something though. The lyrics aren't anywhere close to being as good. The electric guitar is an alright addition. It is for sure not what ruined it. I don't know, there is just less energy and less emotion in the lyrics. The best song is the remake of hands down.

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Brett from Sydney, Australia 
Apr 5 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is at first listen no where near better then his earlier efforts but on a few more listens it gets better and better you hear a new part everytime you hear it. It is still not better then places.... or any of the eps this record is alot more hopeful and i think that chris is better when hes all emo and upset and shit. Not a bad cd but not epic either.

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Fe Mari-len from Fpo, AE 
Jan 7 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Definitely different from the last album. There's only a few songs that actually stand out. The lyrics sound like they've been rushed and considering the majority of the album is done with electric guitars gives the entire album a different vibe. The album sounds "radio-friendly." This album is not bad, but I rather prefer the 1st full length CD instead. I hope Chris Carrabba and the rest of D/C bring back what made D/C in the first place, acoustic instruments. Joe Soriano

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Lawrence from Wellington, OH 
Nov 8 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

well if this is your first dashboard confessional listen then this is great emo and if you are an emo fan i guess you'll really enjoy it, BUT if you heard all of his albumns and songs before this release you will be greatly dissapointed, he changed a good thing into an OK thing, you felt the songs a lot more when it was just him and his acoustic, not all these band members and back up singers ruining the tracks. its still an alright albumn to own but not as good as swiss army romance, the places you have come to fear the most, the ep's he has out...its just second best to the older material....please go back to solo and the acoustic....you killed a wonderful thing.

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Jordan from Apo, AP 
Oct 22 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I hate emo! That is precisely why I hate myself for liking this. I guess I am getting older or maybe I am not as hardcore as I was once but nevertheless its pretty good. I am not sure how his compares to anything else DC has done cause this is the first album Ive heard. This album is all love songs and shit. Ok, Ive just broadcasted what a fag I am for liking this. I have said my piece.

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Nick from Berkshire, United Kingdom 
Oct 14 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

What the hell happened to Chris's song writing abilities?! He used to write such catchy music and lyrics.

The only memorable song on this cd is a re-recording of a previously released song, "Hands Down", which was better in its acoustic form. The rest of this cd is easily forgotten. It's pretty much all filler.

If I'd known he was gonna mess this up I would've wished a lot harder that he'd return to Further Seems Forever.

Don't buy this cd, buy any of the other DC cd's.

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Corey from Mt. Airy, MD 
Sep 24 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this is a good cd, i used to be a dashboard fan then i was driven away when his voice and lyrics began to decline. he has redefined himself with this record though and regained my respect. not as "emo" as his older stuff, but just as good.

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Dan from Fpo, AE 
Sep 14 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this is a pretty good album and all, i'm not too dissapointed, but it's definitly no where near as good as his previous work. my main complaint is the addition of the electric guitar...it takes away from the sound big time. It's really distracting to listen to and also irratating. there are definitly some worthy dashboard efforts on this album, but i see myself only listening to this for a short while longer. the dvd was a good addition, but definitly check out his unplugged dvd if you haven't already and if you like his older stuff. all in all, not bad but def pick up his earlier stuff before you get this.

 
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