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Saves the Day - I'm Sorry, I'm Leaving (Cover Artwork)

Saves the Day

Saves the Day: I'm Sorry, I'm LeavingI'm Sorry, I'm Leaving (1999)
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Well, I guess you have to either be a fan of acoustic music or a big Saves the Day fan. If you only like Saves the Days full length albums then chances are you wont enjoy this. This EP has 5 songs (6 if you get the 7" version) all of which are acoustic including a cover of Modern English's "I Melt W.
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Well, I guess you have to either be a fan of acoustic music or a big Saves the Day fan. If you only like Saves the Days full length albums then chances are you wont enjoy this. This EP has 5 songs (6 if you get the 7" version) all of which are acoustic including a cover of Modern English's "I Melt With You".

All of these songs are amazingly well written but my favourite is "The Way His Collar Falls" which unfortunately is only available on the 7" version of this EP which is very tricky to get your hand on, so if you see it, grab it! On the CD version i guess i would have to say my favourite song would be "Take Our Cars Now!" becuase it is very catchy.

Overall I think that this is a great EP because of the talent that went into it. And really, to respect it fully, i think you have to be a guitarist like myself because you will know that making these songs with all of the little riffs that make them up isn't the easiest thing to do. But if you're not a fan of acoustic stuff then dont waste your money and time with this.

 

 
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kewl (November 3, 2004)

Very underrated album.

Anonymous (March 30, 2004)

a nice brief change for saves the day. just to note to guys: this album is a huge turn on for girls.

Anonymous (March 21, 2004)

"If you only like Saves the Days full length albums then chances are you wont enjoy this."

since this is saves the days only EP, one could probably assume that. Its like saying "If you don't like any of Saves The Days' EP's then you won't like this one"

In any case, this is a good EP.

=benz

Anonymous (January 9, 2002)

This is a really sweet album. Nice to hear some more acoustic from Saves the Day. I bought this a while back and I still give it a listen at least a few times a month.
Jeremy A.

Anonymous (September 19, 2001)

I really like this CD!! I also really love Saves The Day!!!!!

Anonymous (September 19, 2001)

I happen to love Saves the Day and acoustic music, so I was very excited when I first heard I'm Sorry I'm Leaving. They show off a skill that few other bands have - playing acoustic songs well. That made me respect Saves the day so much more. I love the whole CD. Sure, it sounds a little whiny, but it is so fun to sing along to. I personally recommend any of the other Saves the Day CDs, and if you like acoustic stuff check out Dashboard Confessional, The New Amsterdams, and Kevin Devine - they are all emo-like acoustic.

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