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A Day At The Fair

No Lights On Weldon

Small 7

Released on July 8, 2003

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Acoustic/electric punk-rock from these New Jersey natives. Featuring members of Lanemeyer and Humble Beginnings. Songs and lyrics that get stuck in your head for days on end.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 8 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 No Lights On Weldon  7%
2 Jersey/California Life Voted #1  23%
3 So Much For Nostalgia Voted #3  10%
4 Grasshopper Of Waywayonda  7%
5 The Dude Abides  10%
6 Another Lonely Winter Voted #2  17%
7 Neoteny  3%
8 Shoebox Greeting  7%
9 Beautiful Double Edged Sword  7%
10 Cinderblock  10%
Come back on or after Tuesday, July 8 to vote for your favorite songs

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Tim from White Bear Lake, MN 
Feb 6 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Each day at the fair song has its own feel and its own character. The songs on each cd are (in my opinion) in a perfect order. There are some really upbeat songs on this album and lots of just chill acoustic ones, which i am a huge fan of.

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Aaron from Hayden, ID 
Oct 26 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Part acoustic, part electric, this CD is a taste of what to expect from their newest full-length. Catchy, poppy, and incredibly hooky, if you like it that way, this is a sure fire winner!!!

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Jeff from North Bay, ON Canada 
Apr 19 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

day at the fair are gonna be huge in the emo scene! their debut album is a solid effort with a very raw recording feel to it. there are upbeat rock songs and mellow acoustic tracks - giving the album some variety. their potential definately shows and this is a must for any fan of the 'new' emo music. their follow-up ep "the prelude" is better and they have a full-length coming out on rushmore in may 2005. grab this if you see it in stock - it's hard to come by!

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Jeff from Littlestown, PA 
Aug 30 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars what can i say? This album is amazing!! Some of the songs pick up right were lanemeyer stopped. And there is a lot of acustic songs on here that just blow me away. This album is perfect if you have had a special someone that you still miss and think about. People say the prelude is better. But this album stays in my CD player longer. Its well worth your money!! Amazing music!

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Dan from Wilmington, MA 
Apr 19 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

good debut effort, although the new EP is alot better. a few really good songs on this, but towards the end this album begins to lose steam a little bit. if you love the prelude EP this is worth checking out. if you've never heard of this band before, get the prelude EP first.

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Chris from Princeton Jct., NJ 
Apr 6 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This CD isn't as good as they premote it to be. I heard some of their songs on a demo CD, and I guess the songs I heard were they're best ones. This CD is still worth buying, and I throw it on every time I wanna feel like a mix between sleeping in winter and walking in the midnight hours of summer. It puts you in a thoughtful mood. I like it, but its not the greatest CD out there... I can moreso relate to thier music becuase their from Jersey, the greatest place this green earth will ever see. Buy this album if you got the extra cash.

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Rupert from Neptune, NJ 
Mar 3 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

dashboard confessional gone wrong. i dont know what to say about this cd. i listened to it once. and that was enough for me. so..if you need a coaster for your coffee table...go for it. if you LIKE being depressed and unimpressed...even bette. yeah. this album is like a day at the fair... its not. a day at the fair is alot more fun

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James from Chicago, IL 
Feb 28 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Really excellent. Chris Barker is an awesome lyricist and storyteller. The raw emotion in this music is what makes it so good. It strikes a universal chord. Picks up where Lanemeyer left off and expands on it. Check this band out in's a really heartfelt show. If you like this, check out, of course, Lanemeyer, and The Forever Endeavor.

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