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Saves The Day

Saves The Day: In ReverieIn Reverie (2003)
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My Saves the Day journal I believe that every band has the right to change and grow. Some people who heard this album prior to release or heard one mp3 have deemed it a change in the wrong direction, and I feel that those people are not giving it an honest chance. So, having had this advance c.
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My Saves the Day journal

I believe that every band has the right to change and grow. Some people who heard this album prior to release or heard one mp3 have deemed it a change in the wrong direction, and I feel that those people are not giving it an honest chance. So, having had this advance copy of the disc for a month prior to its release, I decided to listen to it often each week, and make a journal entry to see the progression of my opinions and observations from first listen to well-known album. This will hopefully let you all know if you will like it based on previous thoughts of the band's style and whether it will grow on you. Plus, journals are the in-thing now, right?

Week 1
The first song "Anywhere with You" (the mp3 released) is a big shocker in terms of style. It starts out with chunky grunge guitars and then heads into a verse that is almost disco. But the chorus heads into familiar territory with a sweet melody over lightly distorted indie chords. The rest of the disc seems to tread on that same ground, not as weird as the beginning of the song. I sense a similar sound to tracks off "Stay What You Are" like "Freakish" and "This is Not an Exit," because like those, the majority of this album's songs, are a slower tempo, have sustained vocal lines, and an interplay between guitar and bass that allows for more separation between the lines. Also, there are not as many power chord heavy tracks, lots more picking involved.

While the songs are slower, there are some hard hitters, and the melodies are already getting stuck in my head after the 4th listen. I don't think the album is terrible, but I still think less of it than "Stay What You Are" and "Through Being Cool" but I can definitely see how they progressed to this, to many people's chagrin.

Week 2
"Driving in the Dark" is a great song. While more laid back than their old stuff, this tune has a great chorus melody and still rockin' in my opinion, also it has an almost "At Your Funeral" feel in the guitar in the chorus. Chris' voice is also more relaxed, and you can especially tell during the bridge of this song when it is more exposed. Those annoyed by his voice before may be able to tolerate it, but people who liked it before may not now.

The title track is my favorite so far, and while the intro scared me off at first and still seems out of place with its dissonance, the chorus makes up for it with it's catchiness and use of falsetto. I also dig the augmentation of the chorus melody in the bridge.

Week 3
The album continues to grow on me. I feel that anyone who was open enough to accept their change in "Stay what You Are" can accept and like this if they just listen to it a few times. All truly great bands go through style changes. Although some people may feel that this is a step backwards, I still prefer this to a "Stay What You Are" replica, or if they were still a Lifetime-like band. As much as I love those albums, they have already been made. Even lyrically this album is different, being a bit more on the positive side (not saying much for this band). I do miss lines about drinking blood, but what can you do?

The closer, "Tomorrow Too Late" is another great song and a good end to the album, and the beginning of it sounds very Beatles "Magical Mystery Tour."

Week 4
Well, the album will be out in about a week and I stand firm as I read reviews in AP and hear opinions from others with advance copies saying that this album is weak. Although this album has grown on me, it still ranks below their last two and only ahead of "Can't Slow Down" for me. But all their albums are great, and if you agree with me there, then there is no way that this album wouldn't be worth a buy.

 

 
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Anonymous (November 7, 2004)

This album is absofuckinglutly astounding.

Just listen to it stoned.

Anonymous (July 13, 2004)

if you think this is their worst album then you need to serious rethinking. this album is amazing. its one of the best pop releases in the last two years. even more so when compaired to the complete crap that they were putting out before.

thatsjustsad (June 20, 2004)

i was pretty disapointed when i listened to the reverie. I tryed to get into it but i just wasnt feelin it compared to the past cds. Some songs are ok but its nothing id go out to buy but if you really must own it then id burn it.

Anonymous (January 5, 2004)

I like this cd.

Anonymous (October 26, 2003)

again i have to say that a lot of the kids on here are fucking morons.
awesome job at it guys....way to go.

Anonymous (September 22, 2003)

This cd owns. Saves the Day is my favorite band and this cd just makes me love them even more

Anonymous (September 22, 2003)

Well, it's official: I asked a hooker for some ass the other day and she handed me the new Saves the Day cd. It's ass.

Anonymous (September 22, 2003)

I'm a huge Saves The Day fan. But I'll be honest for a moment. It did take some time getting used to In Reverie. But, I do accept change and experimentation. I've read interviews from Chris and they are not trying to change their sound. It evolves. The Beatles sound evolved. I like it. Don't criticze what you don't know. STD are honest and humble in their profession. There are not many bands I can say the same thing. I look forward in the future to more Saves the Day.

Anonymous (September 22, 2003)

If you don't like Saves The Day, don't buy it.

If you like saves the Day, don't buy it.

This is seriously the worst album I've ever heard, no exagerration

Courtney (September 21, 2003)

"you dont have to own your own blimp to be big. there's local bands in everyones town who will never sell more than 100 records who you can look at and roll your eyes, and pass on."

Valid point.

Anonymous (September 21, 2003)

"They AREN'T big yet, though. That's what you people are missing."

you dont have to own your own blimp to be big. there's local bands in everyones town who will never sell more than 100 records who you can look at and roll your eyes, and pass on.

wyzo

Anonymous (September 21, 2003)

this album takes a lot of getting used to, but it's worth it

Imposs1ble (September 20, 2003)

saves the gay.

somebody had to say it.

Anonymous (September 20, 2003)

Everyone tried to stop me from buying this album, even the cashier at the record store, but I got it anyway. I had to pass judgement myself. I've loved Saves The Day forever and I couldn't write it off without hearing it and I'm glad I didn't. Because I like it. It's completely different but it's still good.

inagreendase (September 20, 2003)

after giving it a fair chance, this album bores me to tears.

the only songs i can tolerate and enjoy are the single and the title track

Anonymous (September 20, 2003)

"You guys are crazy, this realease is probably more significant the the classic "swiss army romance""

i really hope this statement was a joke. if not, someone needs to get that kid some new records.

as far as STD is concerned...ever feel like youve been cheated? cashing in rules.

Courtney (September 20, 2003)

Okay, I really liked this album. I don't care about with everybody else says. I some how knew this album wouldn't turn out to be a hit with the old fans. I dunno, I feel I can really realate to this album and the lyrics in it.

I personally think Chris' voice sounds good - not the usaual Chris - but good. I like the music, too.

I'm sorry! I just LIKE this album!

They AREN'T big yet, though. That's what you people are missing. Nobody who likes pop music that I know has ever heard of them. I've liked them since "Through Being Cool" and I support them in whatever they do. I love them. Even if I hated it I'd support it because it IS Saves The Day.

I had really no idea that they signed to "Dreamworks" - I thought they were still on Vagrant. Maybe it's the same thing. What do I know?

Okay, so I'm saying this - I liked this album and I am a huge fan of their older stuff - yes, I have been a fan since then. I didn't just hear about them now and I like this album.

I think it's worth it to buy it and I will defend it to whatever people say. One because I really liked the album and two because I love Saves The Day. So get off of it. It's a good album. Go away.

Jesse (September 19, 2003)

Just because they got popular doesn't mean you HAVE to hate it. In Reverie and Morning in the Moonlight are good tracks. Poppy, yes, but since when has Saves The Day not been poppy? Yes, it might not be your cup of tea, but you don't have to bash it because they want to make a living. Now Rancid on the other hand....those guys need to ger reamed...

Anonymous (September 19, 2003)

this is release is as about as "significant" as the thousand other bands out there that sound exactly like this playing in a vfw hall in your town.

when will you guys learn...saves the day still suck.

Anonymous (September 19, 2003)

You guys are crazy, this realease is probably more significant the the classic "swiss army romance"-newpunker-

Anonymous (September 19, 2003)

Those animals are religious references.

You ALL secretly love this album, just like Assbored Erectional, and that's all I have to say about that!

Anonymous (September 19, 2003)

this album is just so boring.

anyone else notice how they seem to mention animals in almost every one of their songs?

Anonymous (September 19, 2003)

The Lawrence Arms are the single greatest band in the world

Anonymous (September 19, 2003)

Holy Fuck After reading some of these comments I dont know what to do....I like the new Lawrence Arms AND Saves The Day. Is it alright too like them both you bunch of fucking asshole punker than thou's?!?!?!?!?!

Good lord some people on this site should be ashamed of themselves sometimes.

themuffingirl (September 19, 2003)

"This CD is gonna be like Weezer with Pinkerton....in a few years everyone will be saying how awesome it is and how i never liked it and though it was crap when it first came out. Just watch and wait. This CD is great."

weezer is boring

Anonymous (September 19, 2003)

P.s

Barkley left that last comment

P.P.S

Barkley says "do your homework before you slag on the arms"

Anonymous (September 19, 2003)

Disregard my score please

Some titmouse down the page a bit, mentioned that someone should go listen to their shitty Lawrence Arms cd and bask in the gutter punk revival. 1. unless you have been living under a rock for the last four months, you will know that the "arms" are my fav, and that I will strike down furious vengence upon their naysayers and foes. 2. I actually LIKE THIS SAVES THE DAY ALBUM! IDIOT! DO NOT SLANDER THE ARMS! I'm on your side dude. For the people who don't get this disc FINE! Fuck em' As for the Larry arms, let them have their moment when their new disc arrives next week. Gutter punk revival? THAT IS A BLATANT EXAMPLE OF HOW YOU DON"T EVEN LISTEN TO THE LAWRENCE ARMS. Do your homework before you slag on the arms.

FortyMinutesWest (September 19, 2003)

Speaking of cereal, does anyone else think that the fat chef from Cinamon Toast Crunch ate the other two?

dignin (September 19, 2003)

captaincrunch, besides making delicious cereal, you have a good point

Where the fuck has tony the tiger been?

Anonymous (September 19, 2003)

Saves the Day always have, and always will suck dick. ----justin vavala.

captaincrunch (September 19, 2003)

Weezer with Pinkerton? No way. Thats crazy. Weezer had only one previous album, many radio hits and more of a pop-culture following.

Saves The Day is completely different, the two can't be compared. The majority of people who have heard of Saves the Day before this and liked them are a different, probably a little more credible. It's a bigger insult for STD fans to dislike this album than it was for Pinkerton to be shunned.

What I am trying to say is that in order to be into the 'underground music scene' or whatever you want to call it, you have to put forth some effort. Finding great bands isn't as simple as turning on the radio, so fans of this breed of music have a little more credibility in my opinion. Its not based on knowledge generally, but following good music is a passion for a lot of people who do it. The majority of people who people who hate this album are a lot different than the majority who blasted Pinkerton back in the mid-90's, and that's why I think its a bigger insult for a STD fan to shun this compared to the way Pinkerton was recieved.

I hope that made some sense.

And besides, Master P has put out better stuff than this.

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

*concurs with Daegan*

Daegan (September 18, 2003)

"This CD is all out pop. Next we'll be reviewing the backstreet boys new album."

Sir, your definition of pop is fucked. Go buy a Death Cab CD.

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

i wish i would have bought the new mates of state instead....

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

I love how people bash STD to say that they are going to listen to REM and The Lawrence Arms.

Wow, you say STD sucks?

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

This CD is gonna be like Weezer with Pinkerton....in a few years everyone will be saying how awesome it is and how i never liked it and though it was crap when it first came out. Just watch and wait. This CD is great.

jwinter (September 18, 2003)

"i cried along to a few. "
Aww.. poor kid, they're gonna find a cure to get rid of this awful STD someday here.

"worth the $15.28 i paid for it."
Oh man, thats even worse, you got your STD while getting raped up the ass!!

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

"Next we'll be reviewing the backstreet boys new album."

Yeah, I did that one already, go here:
http://www.reviews.pdqbackstreet.net.

And next up is Tim Armstrong/Pink at that site, so stay tuned!
-Guga

NOFXPunkLTJ22 (September 18, 2003)

This CD is all out pop. Next we'll be reviewing the backstreet boys new album.

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

This band makes baby Jesus cry.

-Justin

FortyMinutesWest (September 18, 2003)

This band makes me cry too, but for a different reason.

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

Ooh and let me clarify. The aforementioned "scary" isn't in reference to the fact that I agree with sickboi; rather, in regard to that quote about the music bringing tears or whatever.

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

"'i cried along to a few.'

See what this shit is doing to the kids.

Pathetic"

sickboi- gotta go with you on this one. Scary.

-Janelle

sickboi (September 18, 2003)

"i cried along to a few."

See what this shit is doing to the kids.

Pathetic.

andthegroundscreamsback (September 18, 2003)

i cried along to a few. i must admit, it's not as good as stay what you are, but how can you live up to that in one album. it is a good cd, it's a great cd. not their best cd, no. but definately a keeper. worth the $15.28 i paid for it. i always love saves the day, and this album did not disappoint.

daegan (September 18, 2003)

"I AM bitching at members of my gender for being dumb enough to pick up an album as devoid of purpose, quality, or authentic emotion as this one. Although, as a practical matter I think it's just as inexcusable if you're a girl to support music that carries STD's bias. Nevertheless it's all the punk-cum-lately fratboys who pick up this crap and will start reappearing at shows that are the bigger problem in my book. "

The fact that you claim this album carries no emotion shows that you probably didn't pay any actual attention to it, for the same reason the majority of the people here haven't: It's just too different for you. And that's okay. But someday you'll be able to grasp what it all is.

Again, you CANNOT single out emo bands. If nothing else I think they are targeting their intended audience quite well - I think the screaming girlies caught on as an accident. But when you go to a Brand New show and see Jesse saying "But I am paid to make girls panic while I sing" AS IT FUCKING HAPPENS RIGHT IN FRONT OF HIM you begin to realize that they did not choose these fans - these fans chose them.

There are, of course, exceptions (see also: Count The Stars).

And to claim that STD is biased is just absolutely wrong. I feel that as far as the subjects of the songs go, when the subject is a relationship with a person, there is a pretty good spread of male to female and anger to romance in respect to both genders (enough to even give reasonable support to an inference that Chris Conley is bisexual). Perhaps Conley's lyrics are decidedly violent, but you have to see them as symbolic. Your argument holds no water.

Finally:
I honestly am sick of hearing complaining about people who come to shows that AREN'T dressed in the traditional punk uniform. Yes, some of them are annoying, but so are the kids in the spiked leather jackets and the massive liberty spikes or the hornrimmed glasses and the corduroy pants. Annoying people and good people shop at all kinds of different stores. My ex-drummer was probably the most "punk" person I ever met but you'd never guess it going through his closet.

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

funkisdead, holla at me at exhaustra@msn.com. everyone else too.

-exhaustra

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

"This record is a piece of shit. You know what, I'm going to listen to The Lawrence Arms right now because unlike STD, they don't suck."

Well, i guess trying to sound exactly like the alkaline trio, using the trio's signature producer, and doing it horribly doesn't suck? Fuck Chicago

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

"in reverie- pure genious... in fact, it's so good that none of you mornons can begin to comprehend how good it is. you're all fucking stupid. keep blasting your shitty lawrence arms records, and stroking off all of your shitty gutter punk revival bands"

This record is a piece of shit. You know what, I'm going to listen to The Lawrence Arms right now because unlike STD, they don't suck.

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

are you serious? fratboys won't get into this, they like the old faster saves the day, fratboys don't like pure pop albums, which is what this is. Its not bad for what it is by the way.

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

"Michael Stipe and Company are the only true EMO band around! "Shiney Happy People"???? You cannot get any more emotional than that!!!!"

ahem, morrissey/the smiths...

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

cant slow down- was kind of cool, but you guys are sucking it's dick waay to much

through being cool- loved it when i was 16, but i can't listen to it as much.. again, if it had a penis, you would all be taking shots in the mouth

stay what you are- an amazing record.. should be considered a classic, will never get old

in reverie- pure genious... in fact, it's so good that none of you mornons can begin to comprehend how good it is. you're all fucking stupid. keep blasting your shitty lawrence arms records, and stroking off all of your shitty gutter punk revival bands

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

"Anyway, it's absolutely ridiculous to accuse emo alone of being sexist when just about every band ever has written at least one whiny girl song."

> No it's not, because most bands are a little more honest in approaching their intended audience.

"Besides that, don't bitch at the bands, bitch at the stupid members of your gender who are too busy fawning over someone (who is usually singing about how he wants to kill a girl JUST LIKE THEM because she was fucking idiotic too) as opposed to picking up a guitar or a bass or fuck even a piano or turntables or a moog and making songs that are important to then.

Encourage action, not inaction."

> I AM bitching at members of my gender for being dumb enough to pick up an album as devoid of purpose, quality, or authentic emotion as this one. Although, as a practical matter I think it's just as inexcusable if you're a girl to support music that carries STD's bias. Nevertheless it's all the punk-cum-lately fratboys who pick up this crap and will start reappearing at shows that are the bigger problem in my book.

OC

Jesse (September 18, 2003)

Well, I have to say, this recrod is definately different than anything they've done. But damn if it ain't catchy. Chris even takes a new stab at vocals. I'm ashamed to say this: I like it. It's.....good....but more of a 60s pop kind of way. A lot more toned down. And Can't Slow Down sucks balls. I said it earlier in this thread, but none of you seemed to listen to me: anything with a punk beat and high vocals is not a good combination, and leads to whole records (e.g. Can't Slow Down) sounding repetitive and uninteresting. Through Being Cool will remain the best Saves the Day album.

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

I don't quite understand why all of you are wasting your cash on a shitty release like this. I know I'm not. WHAT AM I GOING TO LISTEN TO THIS VERY MOMENT? My R.E.M. cds of course!
Michael Stipe and Company are the only true EMO band around! "Shiney Happy People"???? You cannot get any more emotional than that!!!! And he doesn't have to scream to get his point across!!!! And you don't have to sit around enjoying your ignorance asking strangers on a post whether or not the singer is gay cause he's flaming!!!...the way a REAL EMO band should be!!! Do yourselves a favor and sew a new Monster patch on your little ripped smelly pants and request, for the sake of true PUNK, "What's The Frequency Kenneth?" for your Senior Prom swan song.

----NED

captaincrunch (September 18, 2003)

I have to agree with Scott on this one, I just can't seem to get into this. It seems to parallel the path that The Get Up Kids took with 'On a Wire', except On a Wire was really good. This CD, on the other hand, lacks something.

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

Yeah, but "Cut the Crap" wasn't really the Clash. It was Joe, Paul, and some other guys.

I still think they're a good band, and this CD is starting to grow on me, plus they put on a fantastic live show.

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

ahead of "cant slow down"? whats wrong with you?

whats amazing is that this band manages to change their sound on every release, yet still remains generic and bland all the time. what a waste of time.

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

Hey this-city-burns, nobody gives a fuck!

Daegan (September 18, 2003)

"Jessica Hopper had a column in Punk Planet a couple of months ago declaring that "emo" is sexist. Nothingnice.com has some pretty funny - and accurate - cartoons that seem to make the same point.

My question is: is STD sexist? Sure, many people will respond that "it's punk and it doesn't matter" but when a band tries as hard as STD seems to be doing to woo the pop-female audience and abandons the pit (and/or the more egalitarian Lifetime sound) one has to wonder who the hell their audience is supposed to be?"

Pretty much 95% of rock music is sexist because there are so few female musicians who do anything noteworthy. The ones that do are nearly exclusively solo artists.

But just because a song doesn't make you want to run around and throw people does not make it any more effeminate than, say, half of Cursive's songs.

Anyway, it's absolutely ridiculous to accuse emo alone of being sexist when just about every band ever has written at least one whiny girl song.

Besides that, don't bitch at the bands, bitch at the stupid members of your gender who are too busy fawning over someone (who is usually singing about how he wants to kill a girl JUST LIKE THEM because she was fucking idiotic too) as opposed to picking up a guitar or a bass or fuck even a piano or turntables or a moog and making songs that are important to then.

Encourage action, not inaction.

Anonymous (September 18, 2003)

No Substance is a fitting title for that record. New America was bad granted, as well. Gray Race tho? It rules!

Barkley

this saves the day record is still decent tho you wallopers

P.S the new lawrence arms is your religion

this-city-burns (September 17, 2003)

i really hate it when people ignore my comments. i'm gonna go cut myself.

annonymous (September 17, 2003)

Everyone buy the New Trust cd........they are officially the best band in the world

dignin (September 17, 2003)

who cares about this cd, I just found out modest mouse is playing two consectutive days in my town.

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

I love Jessica Hopper Like a FAT kid loves cake!

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

umm... the song handsome boy is about him wishing he was cool.
"well i wish i had friends like that they'd always be there for me yeah they would have told me about that"
he's not gay, but the new abum is.

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

Is the singer gay? Not that I care but they have a song called handsome boy or something like that.

FortyMinutesWest (September 17, 2003)

I liked No Substance, I didn't like the New America

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

Bad Religion released No Substance correct? Every band is entitled to a shitty album

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

you guys are all fucking losers.. fuck you all.. this is one of the best releases of the year (if not THE best).. keep smoking shitty dick

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

"Dont worry, I didnt mean it in a violent way, but in a domineering sexual way, so what do you say? Are you down?"

Hmm...raunchy...how'd you know?
-Janelle

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

It's not punk, but I like it, Wednesday the 3rd is a dope song.

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

It takes 3 for musicians, not 15 (that's for GC fans).

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

no Cd should take 15 listens to "get in to it." All you emo pussies should listen to the new Andrew W.K. record. Rock and Fuckin' Roll!

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

this cd takes 15 listens to get into, seriously. at first its too shocking and the immediate thing to say is 'it sux'. after awile u put aside the band they used to be and realize its good in a totally new way. john and shean of straylight run/formerly taking back sunday put it best when i talked to them last night at their pittsburgh show..."its too early for something like this connley is ahead of his time by a few years. its genious, but difficult. wait for the next album"

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

The new perfect circle album is really really good.

And I agree with Kurt, I yearn for another Lifetime rip off...
That and the fact that Chris Connely is the only remaining member from the CSD days ( i think).

But all that aside, I really wanted to like this. But plain out, it sucks and it sucks hard. I can appreciate good pop rock and this is not...

yeeikes,
-feedmynightmare

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

13. Don't Go Outside (UK Bonus Track)
14. Coconut (UK Bonus Track)

if anyone cares, i dont, thought someone might. The cover art is better for the brits too. Its still not a photo of 55 gaping vaginas, so its still a shitty record.

wyzo

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

hows the new perfect circle? The new elvis costello is pretty sweet too, damn there bonus dvd with first press sales tactics, im going to have to actually buy it now.

oh, this record is the ishtar of pop rock.

wyzo

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

Jessica Hopper is a raging bitch. This score is for her.

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

Yeah, I don't know what to think of this album at all. It's like they went from a decent pop-punk band, to an emo band, to an indie rock band, and now a straight up pop rock band. I can respect the change in sound, but honestly I can't bear listening to this. I bought it for my girlfriend and I was cringing the whole time. Ohh, and what happend to Chris's voice? It's like he finally hit puberty

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

Jessica Hopper had a column in Punk Planet a couple of months ago declaring that "emo" is sexist. Nothingnice.com has some pretty funny - and accurate - cartoons that seem to make the same point.

My question is: is STD sexist? Sure, many people will respond that "it's punk and it doesn't matter" but when a band tries as hard as STD seems to be doing to woo the pop-female audience and abandons the pit (and/or the more egalitarian Lifetime sound) one has to wonder who the hell their audience is supposed to be?

I guess it wouldn't matter if they were making the album for their own amusement, but the Dreamworks tag means they're trying to sell it to somebody....

OC

Kurt_F (September 17, 2003)

I agree with the guy who said he'd kill to have another Lifetime rip-off band.

If STD wrote another "Can't Slow Down" with some "Through Being Cool" in there, I would jump for joy.

SWYA was an ok album..."Freakish" was a great song.

I play in a ska band.

-Kurt

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

I'm all for change and I respect that musically...but there is a point when the change can totally.....SUCK. Unfortunately that is the case w/ this album.

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

I saw a 7 year old girl buying this shit at Best Buy last night, no shit.

-sickboi
(I bought the new Inspectah Deck and Perfect Circle)

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

as an owner of nearly 800 CDs and 100 records, it's actually quite an accomplishment to have the title of "biggest piece of shit excuse for an album". so all is not bad in saves the day land.

seriously everything is wrong with this album. from the production to the lack of catchy hooks to the horrible artwork to the album title and most importantly, the suddenly unbearable voice of chris. i always liked std because his voice was so unique and grabbed your attention. he sounds ridiculous on this though.

oh well, not to compare std with the clash AT ALL!!!!, but even the clash had 'cut the crap'. every bands allowed one fuck up.

but i swear to god, more than one, and ill hunt them down and fucking kill them.

dignin (September 17, 2003)

"'I want to mushroom slap janelle'

-ooh please do! Enlighten me - what is it to mushroom slap? haaa
-Janelle"

Dont worry, I didnt mean it in a violent way, but in a domineering sexual way, so what do you say? Are you down?

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

My apologies for all the spelling errors in there.

*out agression (not our)
*obstinate
*etc, etc, etc

Only posting this because I know a lot of you morons would rather point out my spelling and grammatical errors than actually sit and think about the content of the post.

--erist0crat

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

The last comment on Through Being Cool is totally correct...Can't slow down was completely unoriginal(sp).....I wasn't a fan until I heard TBC. The songs were poppier but the lyrics and overall music is sooooo much better and mature.

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

I haven't even heard this album yet, but I have to say you all are a bunch of "holier than thou" naysayers.

If a band wants to change, then they will change. What's the big fucking deal? You think it's better to be so set in your ways that you become nonchalant and obstinant in your style?

Did you think for one minute that they aren't doing this for you? Or that the bands out there don't give a shit what you think about them? Maybe it's just a way for them to get our agression, emotion, pain - through an artistic outlet.

This is a royal FUCK YOU to all the people that can't do anything but give these hard working bands a hard time.

One more thing asswhipes, disliking things because they are trendy or popular is one of the most unoriginal, thoughtless, and baseless fads around today. Disliking a band because they "sold out" (aka, did it for money/popularity and not for the _music_) develops from the same mindset as selling out in the first place.

Why you guys have to indulge in this whole political tidal pool of judging a band by whether or not they have done something to get popular is beyond me.

Stop, take a step back, and absorb the music. After all, that's really all that matters right? The mental euphoria that we get from listening to our favorite bands?

--erist0crat

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

more like saves the gay!

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

listen up retards - through being cool is always going to be their best album. but this is a huge step up stylistically and lyrically. appriciate it fuckers

funkisdead (September 17, 2003)

yo exhaustra
how can i write you an e-mail?

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

"I want to mushroom slap janelle"

-ooh please do! Enlighten me - what is it to mushroom slap? haaa
-Janelle

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

I've been listening to this band since Can't Slow Down so I had high hopes for this album. Unfortunatley, it doesn't deliver. It's very very slow and it sounds very "beach boys" like to me. They definitely have gone in a different direction and I think most of the original fans won't follow. Save your $$$$ and buy the new Thursday.....now here is a band that took what was good in their album that made their fan base and made it better.

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

PS- this comment is a canidate for retarded post of the year.

"Chris Conley may be a pussy, but I bet he could kick anybody Thursday or Thrice's ass."

that is all,
-feedmynightmare
(everyone in newbrunswick hates chris conely with a passion)

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

"it still ranks below their last two and only ahead of ‚??Can‚??t Slow Down‚?Ě for me."

Cant Slow Down has been one of the best releases in any genre over the past 5 years. You are out of your fucking mind to even compare this joke of an album to CSD. Again, I agree w/ Scott, this cd is completley devoid of any kind of emotion. Go pick up the new moneen cd if you havent already, it blows this shit straight out of new jersey.

-feedmynightmare

thebouncingsoul (September 17, 2003)

"Fuck you bitches. Go listen to your stupid ass screamo.

Chris Conley may be a pussy, but I bet he could kick anybody Thursday or Thrice's ass."

ignorance makes me laugh

punky (September 17, 2003)

STD-putting S back into uck.

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

What happened to this band??!!

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

when i first heard this cd i thought saves the day added a female vocalist, with all due respect, i kid you not!

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

The new Saves The Day reminds me of church on Sunday!

JESUS IS MY HOMEBOY!

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

Go buy the album you dicknut!

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

Can someone tell me where I can download a song from this album. My school has blocked all P2P's.

Anonymous (September 17, 2003)

Its kinda scary listening to "Sell My Out Clothes I'm off to Heaven" and then "Freakish" and then "Anywhere with You" His voice gets progressively higher...wierd man, wierd.

dignin (September 16, 2003)

that website is funny as hell

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

Fuck you bitches. Go listen to your stupid ass screamo.

Chris Conley may be a pussy, but I bet he could kick anybody Thursday or Thrice's ass.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

Why is slowing down the tempo deemed "artistic." It's definently not punk anymore. This band makes a Simple Plan look like Minor Threat. Can't Slow Down was a great album, to bad chris kicked everybody out of the band and decided to play the skin flute.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

Don't buy this album, instead read this: http://5lmustang.com/cybersek.htm

hungryjoe (September 16, 2003)

I saw an ad for this the other day...and in the picture, the singer *still* looks like he's 14 years old.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

yo funkisdead, yes, i am in the band EXHAUSTRA. confusing, no?

-exhaustra

dignin (September 16, 2003)

I want to mushroom slap janelle in the forehead(no opinion of the album, only heard one song)

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

Anyone notice the main riff in Anywhere With You sounds like Bad Religion "Infected"?

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

...and yes, as you can see I'm kinda getting into quoting you people...I'm obsessive-compulsive...
-J

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

"The only problem with fat emo chicks is that they take up all the space in the front row at my chris carraba shows and he can't see the emotion and tears on my face as i sing along to songs i wish someone would write about me. oh yeah, and they are really unattractive by all means possible."

Mike - You Are My God...keep these comments coming...please...But by the way, I have NO opinion on this record b/c I have NO intention of ever listening to it...
-Janelle

-Janelle

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

"most readers of this site have shite taste in music, which explains the majority of the comments."

aarggghhhh you bastard you.
-Janelle

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

one of the best albums of the year.

most readers of this site have shite taste in music, which explains the majority of the comments.

-scotty

TheMarc (September 16, 2003)

"Don't be sorry for having an opinion, just have a better one next time."

That is the funniest thing I have ever read.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

Saves the Day's worst CD yet, but it's still decent. Chris did too much singing, the band hardly did anything.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

CANT SLOW DOWN is by far there best ablum and one of the best ablums of all time.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

Spitalfield doesn't sound shit like STD. I actually think spitalfield is better...so fuck you.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

I've had the music for about a month and I bought the album today. I like it. Refreshing, good musicianship, and reminds me of The Beatles. My dad said it sounded like The Beatles.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

tomorrow too late is the best song on the cd.

this cd aint as bad as i thought it would be. its listenable, but it'll probably wear off.

Icapped2pac (September 16, 2003)

100% sucktastic.. continuing the downward trend that started with Stay What You Are.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

i never thought id be saying this but:

chris conley's vocals are the weak part of this record.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

true that.

im listening to this disk right now and morning in the moonlight sounds like something they recorded while chris was really really tired. no emotion.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

Is shitty music synonomous with great artwork now or what?

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

cant slow down is their best cd. not stay what you are.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

(bowing to mike)

yeah where is the thursday review? people would like that. and where's the mxpx review? people probably wont like that.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

I like Saves the Day....but it sounds like Chris was nuetered or something. His voice is way different.

Stay What You Are is still their best disc....

turdcore92383 (September 16, 2003)

You forgot them screaming for Chris to marry them, Mike. Desperate and unfortunate people, lordy.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

I cant believe my fat emo chick thing made the reviewer so mad. Don't be sorry for having an opinion, just have a better one next time. Thankyou to the people who said i was funny. I bestow cool points upon you and your children. Anyway, The only problem with fat emo chicks is that they take up all the space in the front row at my chris carraba shows and he can't see the emotion and tears on my face as i sing along to songs i wish someone would write about me. oh yeah, and they are really unattractive by all means possible. If you want some to listen to pop music with emotion go pick up the postal service. Oh yeah, and go see built to spill if you have a chance.

- mike (your local scene king.....bow down)

annonymous (September 16, 2003)

Where's the Thursday review?

greg0rb (September 16, 2003)

Sorry for being a fat emo chick... yeah... the whole journal thing was sarcastic by the way. Also, sorry for having an opinion. Say what you will about the band, I could give two shits cuz i will still like the album. Just leave me out of it, it's all opinion. Oh yeah, I like Can't Slow Down. I like them all, I just think that one is my least favorite.
-Greg

MikeRiot (September 16, 2003)

i guess its better for a band to stay exactly the same as they were 5 or 6 years ago. then the world would have a million songs like "I Want to Hold Your Hand" instead of songs like "A Day in the Life".
down with change.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

this band should be called "chris conley and saves the day". they're completely different from when they first formed.

okay okay okay. im done now.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

shit. this score is for my grammar. add a "d" to most of those "like"'s and its all good.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

"And haven't they contradicted every album title they've put out thus far (Can't slow down, Through Being Cool, Stay What You are)?" that was way down near the bottom.
its so true.
why does evryone bash Cant Slow Down? its the only STD record that i still listen too. Through Being Cool and Stay What You Are are both really crappy albums. i like TBC the first few times i heard it but it just became way too poppy way too fast. and i dont think that i ever like SWYA. i may have fooled myself into liking it at one point but that is no more.

that said this album may very well blow. i havent heard it yet. i bought it but havent dared to put it in the stereo just yet. maybe i'll just let it rot with my hopes that STD will get better.

oh yeah, and mxpx never did anything that sounded even remotely similar to anything saves the day did.

funkisdead (September 16, 2003)

i care not about this record yet
it is either good or bad

the important question is:

is "exhaustra" in the band exhaustra, from florida?

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

Damn Scott likes Spitalfield? Shit I give "In Reverie" 8 stars instead of my aforementioned 7. If you like Spitalfield, you can't be knockin this album. Spitalfield is fifth wave Saves the Day rip-off. GROSS! Screamo sucks as well.

Barkley

Still a week for the new Larry Arms

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

"This is one of the first time I ever disagreed with Scott. I dont know how anyone can listen to "Tommorrows Too Late" and say the CD is "devoid of all emotion or feeling". I think this CD is fan fucking tastic."

I agree! Scott likes Spitalfield, "therefore", he should love this album..... like his sister!!!

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

This CD sucks because emo is a sexist boy culture. STD should go screamo, that's what all you idiots are eating up like a fat kid and pie. pussies.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

while yet another negative comment about the band would be meritted, i'll keep my tongue behind my teeth for now. the artwok is pretty cool, though.

-exhaustra

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

This is one of the first time I ever disagreed with Scott. I dont know how anyone can listen to "Tommorrows Too Late" and say the CD is "devoid of all emotion or feeling". I think this CD is fan fucking tastic.

CallingLondon (September 16, 2003)

woops, that record is Can't Slow Down

CallingLondon (September 16, 2003)

i own one saves the day album. i bought it like 4 years ago when my friend had just told me what emo was and i wanted to buy a few records of the style to try and get into it. i never bought another saves the day record after that. what crap.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

Didnt like it too much at first but it grew on me just like Stay What you are. So now I like it a lot, and the same goes for one of my friends. Anyway I love the cd now. Anyway that`s my opinion.

-ejaculine

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

This album blows, hard.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

seriously, cool guitar riffs? these chord progressions are some of the best i've ever heard. saves the day has always evolved one step ahead of the game. applaud this band for doing something different. how far from screamo can you go. this is not the hip new sound. they are trying to be original. again.....seriously, cool guitar riffs? you probably think blink 182 is the best fucking band out there. out of all the bands i've been introduced to over the last couple years, saves the day is the only one making music that is going to be listenable 10 years from now.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

This album is crap compared to Stay What You are and Through Being Cool... there is no energy or cool guitar riffs. this is pathetic and if it weren't for their previous albums this new one would go unknown

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

from can't slow down 'till now, this is my vote for worst band in the world. seriously. there is no band that makes me more sick to my stomach.

FortyMinutesWest (September 16, 2003)

Tbat STD comparison thing would make an awesome concept review.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

oops. here's my score

Ramo

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

i said it once and i say it again: i like this band when they ripped on Lifetime.

Ramo

Imposs1ble (September 16, 2003)

Hmmm, STD? More than a coincidence?

-You wish it would go away
-You don't want to pass it on to people
-May cause bleeding (ear or crotch) and urge to scratch (disc or crotch)
-Causes you to go back to the others you've had and see how this could possibly have happened
-Makes you wish you didn't pay that girl $15 for it

I'm really bored right now, I'm inbetween classes, so please forgive me for everything i just typed.

Imposs1ble (September 16, 2003)

"I don‚??t think the album is terrible, but I still think less of it than ‚??Stay What You Are‚?Ě and ‚??Through Being Cool‚?Ě but I can definitely see how they progressed to this, to many people‚??s chagrin."

I can definitely see how this progressed to this too. It was through the long process of (pardon the scientific terminology) suckification.

There's only one step to go down from where they are now, and that's called John Mayer.

this-city-burns (September 16, 2003)

on a good note, the UK extra song on the Thursday cd is a cover of the sigur ros song "Ny Batteri". how sweet is that shizzy.

Imposs1ble (September 16, 2003)

This score is for Mates of State, who the hell is Saves the Day?

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

the through being cool band was good but got *worse* after stay what you are.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

the band that put out can't slow down is not the same band that put out through being cool and stay what you are. and now we have this third band that put out in reverie.

the can't slow down band was good.
the through being cool band was good but got with after stay what you are.

the in reverie band sucks.

can't slow down is a good punk record completely unlike anything ever put out by mxpx.

on another note, in response to the comment bashing bright eyes: while i agree that the emo thing is retarded, bright eyes is a great band, regardless of how conor oberst dresses.

this-city-burns (September 16, 2003)

ahh yes, and props to the guy who said, "i'm gonna start my own band and call it 'saves the 14 bucks'" that was priceless.

this-city-burns (September 16, 2003)

and the winner is: everyone who hates saves the day. i believe all you fans are down for the count.

1-2-3.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

I actually found this to be an accurate assessment of the album:
http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&uid=MISS70307242 013&sql=Atyadqj6woj6a

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

Comment of the day award.

-sickboi

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

this band always sucked ass. What are you all complaining about?

--Cos

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

What's with people saying this is experimental? It's the most rudimentary pop rock ever (Save a few interesting moments). I don't think this album is bad at it's core, there's just a few vital flaws that kill it...

- The shittiest pro tools sounding production ever. Did they use a fucking POD? The demo version of "She" was so lo fi and fucking amazing. They killed that song.
- Every fucking vocal melody sounds the same.
- This album just feels emotionless. I could have liked this album if it actually seemed like they were enjoying themselves, but there's no life in this album.

Lastly, I'm surprised nobody mentioned the lyrics...

Jesse (September 16, 2003)

Can't slow down is the shittiest album ever. The only good track is the acoustic one. I'm sorry. Anything poppy with a fast punk beat is just shit for music. There is really no deiscernable difference from Can't Slow Down to anything MxPx did prior to Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo. It's all just part of one huge shit fest.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

"someone should shoot you for journaling for this album in a month in advance to do a review for a punk website. You are a fat emo chick. And someone should smash your knee caps and your bright eyes records and geek glasses for saying this is better than "can't slow down.""

AHHHH Fucking brilliant. Oh my...quote of the year.
-Janelle

...gonna go listen to some malefaction...

timis (September 16, 2003)

"You are a fat emo chick. And someone should smash your knee caps and your bright eyes records and geek glasses for saying this is better than "can't slow down."

whoever wrote this rules......funny shit, brah....

turdcore92383 (September 16, 2003)

I'm starting my own band and calling it Saves The 14 Bucks. I'm not buying this one. I think it's just too experimental for Saves The Day's own good. The one song I heard sucked big time, and Conley's vocals sounded really shitty on it.

i-type-poorly (September 16, 2003)

This score is for Can't Slow Down. People just have to come to teams with their new school loathing selves and admit Can't Slow Down was junky.

VoiceofReason (September 16, 2003)

Better than Can't Slow Down? Someone else mentioned that true fans of STD will like this, WRONG! True fans will like Can't Slow Down and Through Being Cool. These last two albums were made by a different band and they should go by a different name. Why are people knocking Can't Slow Down? Just because it sounds like Lifetime? With all this slow shit boring music out there, I'm begging for bands to rip off Lifetime again. Can't Slow Down had more emotion from a band of 16 year olds than these last two have had for a bunch of twenty-somethings.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

someone should shoot you for journaling for this album in a month in advance to do a review for a punk website. You are a fat emo chick. And someone should smash your knee caps and your bright eyes records and geek glasses for saying this is better than "can't slow down."

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

I've had this record for a month myself. Its not bad at all. I kept saying that the next record they made after "Stay What..." would make them the biggest rock band on the planet. Unfortunately, this record ain't gonna be the one. Still its not bad. I would much rather have this then some of that flash in the pan From Autumn to Ashes. FUCK I HATE SCREAMO!

Barkley

P.S Only one week untill the new Lawrence Arms is reviewed. Whoever reviews better do their homework. muhahahahahahahahhahahahahah

timis (September 16, 2003)

this album is utter crap....the vocals are so annoying which makes this disc untolerable. granted "stay what you are" went into a different direction then "through being cool", i could still listen to it, and heck i thought it was an ok release. hands down, "through being cool" is the best. dont waste your money on the new one. get the new thursday album. now that is damn good.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

Did anybody else hate Stay What Your Are? I mean, I think they're older stuff can be cool but that CD is unlistenable. Especially Freakish, that songs pissed me off

inagreendase (September 16, 2003)

"Good album -- SWYA and TBC are most likely better but Saves the Day dares to be different"

it was more like Chris dared to break his coke habit...props to the guy for doing so but it obviously killed any sense for music with depth.
NOTE: i can't confirm the coke habit, it's hearsay, but do what you will with it.

As for this...I still have the mp3s sitting in a folder and I can't bring myself to listening to them again after the first time I tried them out.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

Nice album in my opinion. Not as good as Through Being Cool but still interesting and decent. Real fans will dig it.

Daegan (September 16, 2003)

One of the top releases this year.

One that all the From Autumn To Ashes & Drive-Thru & Finch & Trustkill Records fans will wish, ten years from now, that they had given a chance instead of the derivative shit that comes from those bands.

Props to Saves The Day for doing something completely different.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

"This band is completely dead to me...A completely worthless album."

Haven't heard it yet, and well, am not planning on it...but I just loved this sagacious comment.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

The first time I heard the single, it was on the radio I had no idea who it was. I thought it was Sarah McGlachlin with some weird backing band. When the DJ said it was Saves the Day, I nearly shit my pants. Much like Chris when they're on tour in the middle of no where. But I was in utter disbelief, because I was certain it was a woman singing. And not in a cool way, like when Davey Havoc or Chino Moreno give off a femmine shrill. No, this sounded like some grown assed woman playing some hippy campfire shit through a blown speaker. Fuck these hippes. I liked em better when they sounded like Slick Shoes. And haven't they contradicted every album title they've put out thus far (Can't slow down, Through Being Cool, Stay What You are)?

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

If it wasnt for the STD print on the artwork you would tear this shit to shreads right away and wouldnt bother spending month trying to get into this...If STD released a disc full of jungle I'm sure you'd get into it just as well.

thebouncingsoul (September 16, 2003)

"Its a uniting record, i think we can all get behind hating this record whether you think jerrys not dead, you think 50 cent is amazing, you like maroon 5, no matter your vantage point, I think we can hold hands and stomp on this pile of sonic shit. "

hahaha, that made my night, thank you...

and yeah, i tried to get into this, i really did, but this is just depressing to listen to...and i LOVED stay what you are, but this is just pitiful

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

Strike that -- I meant "Driving in the Dark" -- oops.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

Good album -- SWYA and TBC are most likely better but Saves the Day dares to be different. There are some truly great songs here -- "Dancing in the Dark" and "She" especially. Interesting - but decent - career choice since this will most likely alienate a ton of fans.

FortyMinutesWest (September 16, 2003)

Worst album ever? I guess you haven't heard Shattered Realm.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

as far as im concerned, this is the worst record ever made.

I can get into pure pop music, i didnt mind stay what you are's poppiness, I like it alot, I can admit to liking a trendy band even if i hate there fanbase.

But this is one of the worst things ive ever heard. This is like a side project record to me so as to not taint my usually positive opinion of Saves the day.

Its a uniting record, i think we can all get behind hating this record whether you think jerrys not dead, you think 50 cent is amazing, you like maroon 5, no matter your vantage point, I think we can hold hands and stomp on this pile of sonic shit.

wyzo

travis (September 16, 2003)

ill have to agree with scott on this. not so hot.

chad (September 16, 2003)

oh wait second, you totally suck.

i dont full agree with you scott, but seriously, how did this get off of dreamworks desk of approval, it seems to me vagrant wouldnt have let these vocals go.

weak album. such a dissapointment.

Anonymous (September 16, 2003)

FIRST!

My pick for 2nd best album of the year (Mars Volta is first)

FIRST!

maverick (September 16, 2003)

Wrong.

I love you Greg, but you're just plain wrong on this one.

This album is devoid of all emotion or feeling. It sounds like someone told a computer to record a pop-rock CD and this is the end result. This band is completely dead to me, and I'm sure many other people once they hear this disc.

A completely worthless album.

-Scott

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