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Used (Enhanced)

Reprise / Wea 48287.2

Released on June 25, 2002


You have to be into screaming and yelling in the style of Thursday, TBS, or Thrice to appreciate the style, but if you dig past the yelling (which is so full of emotion it's crazy) you can hear the poppy, catchy, and insanely melodic vocals that are buried in all the songs on this CD. "Maybe Memories" starts with that screaming and yelling, but then slides right into a tightly sung high-pitched chorus that just encourages you to try to sing along. "A Box Full of Sharp Objects" doesn't even begin to unfold the innovative style of the band; "Blue and White" is so soothing and shows that this band knows how to change styles with a heartbeat. Fans of JEW and/or any other "emo" band will totally dig the soft smoothness of "my hands were shaking, rather waste some time with you!" (Blue and White). While, still, fans of harder styles including bands like Incubus, Thrice, Taking Back Sunday, and Thursday will die for the harder songs on the disc like "A Box Full of Sharp Objects".

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 41 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Maybe  10%
2 The Taste Of Ink Voted #2  15%
3 Bulimic  5%
4 Say Days Ago  3%
5 Poetic Tragedy  5%
6 Buried Myself Alive Voted #3  13%
7 A Box Full Of Sharp Objects Voted #1  18%
8 Blue & Yellow  12%
9 Greener With The Scenery  1%
10 Noise & Kisses  5%
11 Own My Own  6%
12 Pieces Mended  2%
13 Choke Me  4%
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Jeremy from Tigard, OR 
Apr 17 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a good CD! If you like the bands other records, you'll like this one. This one is by far my favorite Used album.

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Steev from Apo, AE 
Jul 28 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A classic, from the odd opening, to the beautiful finish, this CD captures my attention. Bert McCracken is able to show such a great range of emotions with his voice, from anger to sadness. His voice may annoy some people, but it's really one-of-a-kind. The band backs up their lead singer with hard-slappin' and cool slidin' bass, to enchanting riffs and powerful blasts from the guitar, and some great drums to pull it all together. This CD will appeal to open fans of Emo, screamo, and hardcore alike. This is the CD that made them famous, so it's got to be good right?

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Brad from Rindge, NH 
Jun 30 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I didnt listen to this band for a long time on principle (all the trendy little scensters wearing used shirts), but I finally decided to give it a chance. When i really sat down and listened to it, I realized its a really great CD. Sometimes theres a logical reason for alot of people liking a band. Very Very good CD.

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Matthew from Geraldton, Australia 
Jun 23 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars


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Flavio from Bologna, Italy 
Mar 25 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

In 2002 John Feldmann made a very crappy album with his band (don't get me wrong Goldfinger are a great band but that CD disappointed me so much) BUT... He discovered these 4 guys from Utah (I guess they sent a demo to him) producing one of my 2002 fav album !!! VERY RECCOMENDED!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Tim from Western Australia, Australia 
Nov 9 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Fairly generic screaming here. However I did really like some of the melodies in "Maybe Memories" but nothing really caught my ears, a little too mainstream sounding for me.

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Wendi from Grand Junction, CO 
Oct 29 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is amazing album by an amazing band. When I first heard it, I was blown away. Bert McCracken is an extrememly talented musician and has the most emotional scream i've ever heard. It's awesome. Deffinately check out this record and anything else by The Used. You won't be dissapointed.

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Ben from Williamsport, PA 
Oct 24 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Used rule, buy the CD. I bought it like a year ago but I am just reviewing it now because I am lazy. GOOD STUFF A++

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Fernando from Madrid, Spain 
Aug 25 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I had this CD burnt from long ago, and I decided to buy it, 'cause it's simply too good. Beautiful drummin', beautiful vocals, great bass line.. first time in months I donĀ“t get bored with an album after 100 times listened. After a year from its release already a classic must have!! Who the fuck said Rock&Roll's dead?!!

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Adam from Moundsville, WV 
Jul 26 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This cd was alright. It had its fair share of drag along songs that I got accustomed to skipping over, but then again, it had its songs that I put on repeat. Two tracks that stick out to me the most would be "Blue and Yellow" and "A Box Full of Sharp Objects". "Blue and Yellow" is more of a sensitive, slow song, while "A Box Full of Sharp Objects" is more agressive. I think that part of the reason that I didn't enjoy this album in its entirety is because the music isn't very complex. I read in a magazine that the guitarist has only been playing for 4 years. Most (if not all) of this album is played in dropped D. I enjoy more thought out, poetic music. Anyways, the lyrical content of this album was about half and half. Nothing extremely spectacular. This album sort of has a cliche sound to it. It appeared to me as if the sound of this album was very common. All-in-all, I gave this album a 3 because I was about half satisfied with it.

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