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Thursday

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Eyeball 15

Released on December 7, 1999

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A dark and passionate study of loss, regret and hope from these gloomed-out hardcore bringdowns. Nine tracks that straddle the line between singing out and screaming forth. Producer Sal Villanueva (Taking Back Sunday, and Thursday's "Full Collapse"), polishes and tightens Thursday's musical punch and reveals a clarity of vision unparalleled in the genre. The production illuminates Thursday's strenghts: focusing the tension between drifting singing and passionate screaming on tracks like "Porcelain" and "Ian Curtis", while broadening the cinematic beauty of the single "This Side Of Brightness" through ethereal violin arrangements.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 50 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Porcelain Voted #2  21%
2 This Side of Brightness Voted #1  26%
3 Ian Curtis  12%
4 Introduction  2%
5 Streaks in the Sky Voted #3  16%
6 In Transmission  4%
7 Dying In New Brunswick  13%
8 The Dotted Line  3%
9 Where the Circle Ends  4%
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Daniel from Stuart, VA 
Aug 28 2009 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Now dont get me wrong, i love Thursday but im not much of a fan of this cd. its worth a listen, but i would steal it instead of buy.

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Josh from Oxon, United Kingdom 
Dec 4 2006 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Really wasn't impressed by this, shows what a huge jump they made from this to Full Collapse which is a quality album.

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Gert Erik from Aurland, Norway 
Aug 9 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I have to say that Thursday is one of my favorite bands, and this cd just made me more fascinated by their genious. This album is filled with great emotion and pure beauty from start to finish, has interesting build-ups and never gets boring. The clean-parts that are one of Thursdays trademarks are amazing as usual. The only negative aspects with this cd is that it maybe has too few songs, and the sound-quality isn't the best. but that doesn't keep me from giving this 5 solid stars.

All of Thursdays albums are good and a must-buy, but if you're just planning to buy one of them buy "Full Collapse", which is a masterpiece.



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Lee from Somerset, KY 
Feb 23 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Good album. Not sure if i like it as much as "War all the time" but its a close second. This will hold me over nicely until the new one drops. Must buy for Thursday fans.

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Jason from Townsville Qld, Australia 
Sep 12 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This cd is just as good as the other Thursday albums. To Me All 3 albums and the EP are equally good. I look forward to a new album being released in the near future hopefully.

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Stephen from Harriman, TN 
Aug 22 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

the hole album was freak'n awesome! the songs had deep feeling not just a bunch of screaming u hear today. very good sound

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Ben from Cherry Hill, NJ 
May 3 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is one of my favorite CDs. It completely blows me away. My favorite tracks would have to be Porcelain, This Side Of Brightness, Streaks In The Sky, and Dying In New Brunswick. I absolutely love them. There are no bad tracks on this CD. It's a must have for...everyone.

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Alex from Prescott, AZ 
Apr 26 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

My favorite song on this cd is definitely Porcelain. I really like this cd except that it often takes a while to get into the songs, but thats what makes Thursday so what can you do.

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Adam from Campbellville, ON Canada 
Feb 25 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Thursday's first full length album is not one for any new fans of Thursday, but is for those alread acustomed to Thursday's sound and style. An amazing album and a must have for Thursday purists.

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Rune from Melhus, Norway 
Jul 1 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i like this cd...though i don't listen to it that much,i still enjoy the songs very much.the quality is rather mediocre but the music is awsome and everything else is great...buy this cd!!!

 
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