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Matchbook Romance by Epitaph / Ada Cd

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Item details

Condition
Like New
Style
Rock Emo
Duration
Album
Release Year
2006
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Artist
MATCHBOOK ROMAN
Format
Audio CD
Release Date
February 14,2006
Number of Discs
1
UPC
0045778677429
Language
English
Case Type
Jewel Case: Standard
Title
Matchbook Romance by Epitaph / Ada Cd
Bundle Description
no bundle
Modification Description
no
California Prop 65 Warning
na
ASIN
B019GRUD8Q
artist
MATCHBOOK ROMAN
binding
Audio CD
format
Audio CD
feature
Matchbook Romance by Epitaph / Ada (2006-02-14)
manufacturer
Epitaph / Ada (2006-02-14)
brand
Epitaph / Ada (2006-02-14)
Record Label
Epitaph (USA)

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Matchbook Romance by Epitaph / Ada (2006-02-14)

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At the start of 2006, the hype was on. "This is the new noise," banner ads promised, and comparisons to Gatsby's American Dream and Muse alike began dropping. The new Matchbook Romance will make you forget what you know about the band, removing them from their rather straight-arrowed pop punk track-record. As soon as "Voices" kicks off, you are immediately prevented from recalling this band did "My Eyes Burn" or "The Greatest Fall."



So is it a worthy re-invention? Absolutely. Satisfying hooks and melodies sway the listener instantly, with dark, brooding melodies on "You Can Run, But We'll Find You"--singer Andrew Jordan couldn't sound any more strikingly different from his "Playing For Keeps" days. And as he croons, "I give up..." in "Surrender," the song's pulsating energy reveals a striking reinvention of the entire band, as well--blazing guitars, hooks, and wonderful vocal memories immediately and consistently erase any previous notions that this band is whiny, or typical.