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Emery

Weak's End

Tooth & Nail 94044

Released on January 27, 2004

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Emery's debut release "the weak's end" is now available. You have heard the hype, and now it is time to believe it. Combining elements of Rock, Hardcore, and Emo, Emery creates the perfect blend for all audiences.

For fans of: Taking Back Sunday, Thursday, Thrice, Beloved, Underoath, Norma Jean.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 18 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Walls Voted #1  31%
2 The Ponytail Parades Voted #2  16%
3 Disguising Mistakes With Goodbyes  7%
4 By All Accounts (Today Was A Disaster)  4%
5 Fractions  7%
6 The Note From Which The Chord Is Built  4%
7 Bloodless  10%
8 Under Serious Attack  8%
9 As Your Voice Fades Voted #3  12%
10 The Secret  2%
Come back on or after Tuesday, January 27 to vote for your favorite songs

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Predair from Bealeton, VA 
Jun 27 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I got this CD about, let's a week ago...at first i was, to say it nicely, shocked. You see, i have emery's 2nd CD, "The Question", and i love it. This CD was different, and it was that difference that made me not like it at first. Then a few days ago, while actually paying attention to the CD, while driving of course, i figured it out.

I LOVE THIS CD, it is pure emery! This cd could be deemed childish, b/c you do recognize while listening to the cd that this is there first album. You notice that at times there seems to be too much going on, which distracts from certain songs altogeter. While, yes they do seem to over do it, AT TIMES. The are times on this cd when it all comes together so perfectly, that you become somewhat...hypnotized.

ATTN!! if your deciding between which two emery CD's to buy BUY THIS ONE FIRST...it is amazing, and it will make you enjoy the second one, a million times more...beleive me.

and before i end this...i have to say that 'As your voice fades' is the BEST (period). BEST song on this CD...i mean it starts out slow...tones out...then wham 'WHY DID YOU DIE?'. Other favorites whould include Bloodless and Disguising Mistakes With Goodbyes.

Buy it...thats it

P.R.3.D.@.!.R



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Jamie from Westwood, MA 
Nov 19 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

one of my favourite cds. ever. no lies. Emery is such an inspirational band! if you're one of thos sXe shit heads who thinks that "christian hardcore" has to be one way, definately pick this album up. it'll set you straight. Christian hardcore is just like any other hardcore band.

except emery is better than any other hardcore band.

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Carlos from Los Angeles, CA 
Apr 11 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

man i love this cd right now !!!! its really really good its like further seems forever but with screaming in it ahh sort of they got there own distinct sound anything on tooth and nail is worth listening but i liked it they have dual vocals in this like in TBS except less whiny voices more molidic sounding just pick it up its good starts off great and then slows down a bit but overall great cd!

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Jean-francois from Sainte-foy, PQ Canada 
Mar 16 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Brillant!

What a great album...the best I've heard since Full Collapse. Perfect if you're into emo, emocore, etc etc you know, stuff like that. It really deserves 5 stars! Certainly in my top cds, with old thursday and thrice's stuff, poison the well, beautiful mistake, throwdown, coldplay, brand new, etc...«---for fans of these.

all my cds I have commended to Interpunk, the pocket is cracked...I don't know what do the custom officers

Anyway, by no doubt Walls is the best song on this first release for Emery. I could also say that this is the more agressive one. I cannot stop listen to it. Anyway, all others are very cool, relax, and violent in parts. Screams are not excessive and just well situated in songs.

Track two is well good too, but I don't know why people seems to enjoy it more than others.

Track 3 has a little metal riff at the beginning and it's cool (even if I hate metal...). Screams are crazy like helllll!

By all acounts is one of my favorite. Starts with a catchy gutiar riff and a good duo singing. Also, an incredible ending, lot of emotion.

Fractions is absolutely terrific! Give it a try, you'll see. I'm really excited about seeing them this summer at Warped Tour.

Track 6 has nothing ordinary, but hey! it's Emery!

Track 7 is much more impressive than the sixth. Many screams on this one, and sometimes with clapping:). Funny emo!!

song 8 is good too

nine is very great! Ups and downs, similar to Beautiful Mistake. I thimk there's also a woman's voice on it (like a song I can't remember from Taking back sunday, on their first album).

Finally, The Secret is maybe the saddest song on this album. Nice for sleeping time!

Can't wait their next album... Enjoy!

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Marc from Jonkoping, Sweden 
Mar 11 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

den e skit bra. i liked this cd, but it drones on the middle. the end and beginning are explosive but otherwise a good release. lookin forward to the next one.

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Tom from Wildomar, CA 
Jan 10 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Im sorry but this is a late review because i totally spaced on writing one. Anyway, Emery is an encredible band and this CD is amazing. This dynamic and beautiful debut album is deffinately one of the top 5 albums of 2004. Emery sets themselves apart from most bands these days with better musicianship and just better music all together. I would give it 6 stars if i could but i guess 5 will do. If you don't already own this release, it is a most buy.

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Matt from Brooklin, ON Canada 
Dec 7 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this album is fucking great. not a lot of bands can compare to emery. how can't you respect a band that has 3 guitars on top of the standard drum, bass and keyboards. love the keyboards. hardcore, emotional, christian (yet not christian - if you catch my drift) rock. screaming in your face, tearing your heart out, and doing it with more grace than anyone could ever. key tracks are: walls, ponytail parades, under serious attack and as your voice fades. rock out.

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Francisco from Valencia, Spain 
Sep 13 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this album is much better than the new taking back sunday or my chemical romance stuff imho. so if you like emocore, emo/hardcore or whatever, with melodic and screaming parts, buy this. one of the best cds of 2004. standout tracks: walls, the ponytail parades, fractions, as your voice fades.

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Zach from Denton, TX 
Jul 26 2004 Rating: 1/5 Stars

I don't know what I was thinking. I guess I got caught up in the initial hype of this band. They should change the title to "Weakest S*** Ever". Not as bad as some crap I've heard. But not good either.

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Brendan from Calgary, AB Canada 
May 17 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

this album is kinda weird for me. it starts off really strong with two awesome songs, but drags quite a lot. I love their style and i think they have real potential, but i'll be holding my breath before i purchase their next one.

 
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