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this first taking back sunday album always suprises me by being so much better than i think it should be
It's the reason why I still have a soft spot for them. But shh, don't tell anyone.
completely love this album. So many great tunes and awesome one-liners. I wish I'd seen them live back then, there's some great footage on Youtube from that era and it looks like they were so intense and energetic and fun in those shows.
them last year and, although good, seeing them back then would have been more...all the things you said.
and that's what made me buy the album. The intensity of the live performance didn't really translate to the record so I was dissapointed with it.
of them playing some tiny basment show from back then not long ago, pretty ace.
I know EXACTLY what goes on!
I still love that album, I had some HMV vouchers for some reason back in about October 2001, I'd bought Strike Anywhere's 'Change is a Sound' and bought the TBS album with what was left.
I got the geometry special edition.
a geometry themed emo band/album could be :O it'd be like xkcd.com for the ears
the line 'Now that's what I call math rock!'*
The square of her hypotenuse doesn't equal the square of my other two sides. Our equation doesn't balance.
Her vector is perpendicular to my heart.
with the thread title. I thought you were on about the opening lyrics of a The Enemy song. Oh, it's old skool emo instead. As you were...