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Shut Your Mouth And Open Your Eyes

Nitro 15815

Released on November 11, 1997


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# Song Name Popularity
1 Keeping Out of Direct Sunlight  0%
2 Three Reasons  0%
3 Single Second  0%
4 PH Low  0%
5 Let It Be Broke  0%
6 Third Season  0%
7 Lower Your Head and Take It in the Body  0%
8 Coin Return  0%
9 New Patron Saints and Angels  0%
10 Three Seconds Notice  0%
11 Salt for Your Wounds  0%
12 Today's Lesson  0%
13 Devil Loves You  0%
14 Triple Zero  0%
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Scott from Las Vegas, NV 
Mar 16 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is an ok CD. This CD is AFI's turning point from being a punk band to what they are now. Still pretty good but there are alot of songs i just skip everytime i play the CD.

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Andrew from San Luis Obispo, CA 
Apr 10 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Perhaps the first AFI album when they really transformed from their comical songs ("High School Football Hero," etc) to a serious band with truly meaningful lyrics. Albums has classics "A Single Second" and "Third Season," though there are others songs like "Let It Be Broke," which have lyrics that cut deep. This is probably my second favorite album behind Black Sails in the Sunset, but this is good old fast punk shining with the lyrics of a former UC-Berkeley guy, Davey Havok. If you're into their last two albums, you might not be a fan. For all of the punks out there, this is Horror Punk at its best.

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Jose Carlos from Jerez (cadiz), Spain 
May 9 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great CD. As stated before, "A Single Second" is one of the most powerful songs AFI has put out so far (one of their best if you ask me). This album is so different than the rest. If you're into the new AFI you won't probably enjoy this as you should, but you should give it a try. I like almost every song on the CD, except for one or two whose names I won't utter in this review.

Buy this, it's a duty.

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Connor from Cary, NC 
Apr 17 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

My Favorite AFI cd.Nitro rules."A SIngle Second" is one of the best songs I have ever heard. The vocals blow me away.Great cd,buy it for your first AFI cd,even though this was my 3rd.

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Andy from Crestview, FL 
Jan 8 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is the only cd where tim armstrong sings for afi....really good kinda sucks davey havok died right before they started to put this cd out....WATOOSH!!!!

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Shelby from Buckeye, AZ 
Apr 10 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This AFI album is kinda like a mix between the new and old styles of AFI. It has the deeper lyrics that their newer material has, but has that hardcore sound like their older music. I highly recommend this album for anyone who even slightly likes AFI. Listen to this and you will LOVE them!

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Jamey from Sheffield, AL 
May 17 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a very good CD. I am a hardcore AFI fan. This is not one of their best CD's in my opinion but it is still excellent. The best song on this album is of course "Third Season". Get this if you are really into AFI.

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Jonathan from Bryan, TX 
Jan 23 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

"Shut Your Mouth And Open Your Eyes" is a very good third album from AFI. While not as good as "Art of Drowning" of even "Sing The Sorrow", it delivers a rawness that no other AFI album has. It's angry hardcore and that's how I like it.

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Alex from Norwalk, CA 
Jan 22 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

ok,first of all dont listen to these fags who say its alright and its not as good as art of drowning but better then black sails in the sunset, this is THE best afi cd besides answer that...,very proud of ya,and black of drowning isnt bad but thats when they started getting all soft.If you first discovered afi by sing the sorrow then fuck off, this shit is way too hard for you posers this is afi at its best. It is a tragedy how afi have got so soft and are playing on mtv and the radio.So, overall if your a real punk who listens to stuff like a.g.t,unseen,career soldiers,virus youll probably like this and the two previous albums. If your a faggot emo or poppunk kid go get sing the sorrow this aint for you!

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Tony from Cincinnati, OH 
Dec 31 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A very good AFI CD probably, this is the oldest of their full lengths that i like...not as good as the Art of Drowning but much better then Black Sails.....Deffinitly a must have for any AFI it you wont be sorry

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