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thing the internet loves, it’s arguing about everything, all the time, forever and ever. All I can tell those people is man, you are missing the fuck out by sleeping on this record.
TELL ALL YOUR FRIENDS By Philip Obenschain For whatever reason, has developed this bad reputation among the scene, our constant adoration of the record notwithstanding. Maybe fans had enough of the revolving door of guitarist/vocalists; maybe the darker, more aggressive musical bent turned off those sequel; maybe the adult situations described in detail in Adam Lazzara’s lyrics became unrelatable to their younger audience.
For music fans of a certain age, it’s kind of a big deal seeing Taking Back Sunday.
With the Roundhouse boasting a formidable crowd, it’s not a stretch to say the Long Island five-piece have stood the test of time.
For the third time in four albums, they've had a major lineup change, and just as in previous cases, I was worried that this change would ruin their sound.
He looks at the near-Shakespearean setting and sighs, “This really is one of my favourite venues in the world and I’ve been fucking everywhere! Propelling into classic after classic, Nolan and Lazzara’s vocal waterfalls are as tight as days of old with their ranges ricocheting off each other in ‘A Decade Under The Influence’ and ‘Cute Without The ‘E’ (Cut From The Team)’.
Transporting the crowd straight back to those long days of jumping in the river, drinking warm cider in the park and screaming ‘to hell with you and all your friends’ like a prayer.
“‘Invasion’ was based on Jack Finney’s book ‘The Body Snatchers,'” says Du Pree. She herself just got engaged to Adam Lazzara, frontman for Taking Back Sunday.
Eisley — having been accepted early on by the punk-emo underground — has toured extensively with both groups.