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Story Of The Year

Page Avenue

Maverick 48438

Released on September 23, 2003

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Story Of The Year explodes with an original sound that pushes the stakes for pure punk energy and hard-edged live performances. Their Maverick Records debut, Page Avenue, features a clutch of potent new tracks written especially for the occasion, including such front and center showstoppers as “Until The Day I Die,” “And The Hero Will Drown” and “Anthem Of Our Dying Day.”

Produced by John Feldman (The Used), Story Of The Year filters an all-out aural assault through a grid of razor-sharp lyrics, instantly accessible melodies and furiously focused arrangements. It is, simply put, one of the most impressive arrivals of the current musical season…and proof positive that hard work, dedication and dogged persistence are essential ingredients to great music.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 11 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 And The Hero Will Drown Voted #2  18%
2 Until The Day I Die Voted #1  19%
3 Anthem Of Our Dying Day Voted #3  15%
4 In The Shadows  12%
5 Dive Right In  2%
6 Swallow The Knife  4%
7 Burning Years  3%
8 Page Avenue  6%
9 Sidewalks  5%
10 Divide And Conquer  4%
11 Razorblades  7%
12 Falling Down  6%
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Destiny from Jamestown, ND 
Jan 3 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

This cd sucked.The only reason i gave it a 2 is because there was nice guitar work. Other than that it was really lame. But if your a poser kid im sure you'll love it! If not don't waste your time. Destiny, Jamestown North Dakota

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Dan from University Park, PA 
Apr 19 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

yeah, sure, whatever. nothing original, but the songs do get stuck in your head. i gotta show some love to the st. louis music scene that they came out of, which spawned great bands such as slapdash, the urge, and fragile porcelin mice.

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Carey from Carnoustie, United Kingdom 
Apr 17 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this album took a few listens to grow on me and im still not a hundred percent sure wat i think. the first 3 songs were so gr8 that the rest of the album is a slight disappointment but overall not a bad record.

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Katie from San Jacinto, CA 
Apr 14 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd was really rad... A few of the songs were a little too mellow for my taste, but overall it's worth it. They were still great songs, don't get me wrong. Just gotta be in the mood for them. Check out The Bled. They don't sound like SOTY, but they play a good show and really deserve a huge fanbase.

-katiebaker- & -AllenShaw-

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Ruben from Houston, TX 
Apr 6 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

After Reading an Article About Story Of The Year In a Issue of AP Magazine and listening to them on a 03' Warped Tour Compilation, I decided to get this album and see what they are all about, turns out they are pretty bad ass, yeah they some of the songs on this CD kinda suck, But they go hard on "And The Hero Will Drown" and kick ass on "In The Shadows" But They Know How to Rock Hard and They are not bad at all.

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Clint from Perth, Australia 
Mar 28 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Very tidy CD almost to tidy...Kinda sing-a-long but the few screams and changes make it all worth it, catchy and aggressive SOTY is one for beer sinking.On stage they would be a five.

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Shawna from New Oxford, PA 
Mar 20 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is awesome!!! It has some really cool songs on it and I loved it. I'm really glad I bought this CD and I'm sure you won't be disappointed.

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Phil from Coventry, United Kingdom 
Feb 18 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Can't help but agree with the previous reviews. First listen you kinda enjoy it but you can't help feeling it's way too squeeky clean in production. Similar feel to the Used record. Haven't listened to either in ages.

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Mike from Oakbrook, IL 
Nov 4 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I should have waited for more people to review this CD before I went out and got it. I wish Interpunk did returns because this CD sucks. I mean the music is alright....it's pretty heavy and all but it is way over produced. You can tell the band just wants to be huge and they want to be huge right now. They don't want to be original. Don't waste your time.

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Andrew from Dillsburg, PA 
Nov 4 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

The first time I listened to this cd, something didn't feel right. SOTY's sound is just all to familiar. You know, take an average screamo band, then overproduce the hell out of their sound(ie. John Feldman). It sounds like all of these songs where carefully mixed to go straight to the radio. Please, somebody needs to put a stop to this kind of music before it is too late. Later.

 
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