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Common Courtesy [CD/DVD Combo][Explicit] Explicit Lyrics

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Deluxe CD/DVD edition includes bonus DVD containing behind-the-scenes footage and more. 2013 release, the fifth studio album from the Metalcore band. Their first album since 2010, Common Courtesy which has seen a lot of delays. the album was announced by the band to great fanfare. The band initially self-released Common Courtesy earlier after a long legal dispute with Victory Records. Although the lawsuit was not completely settled, a judge ruled just days before the album release that the band could make Common Courtesy available to their fans.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. City of Ocala
  2. Right Back at It Again
  3. Sometimes You're the Hammer, Sometimes You're the Nail
  4. Dead & Buried
  5. Best of Me
  6. I'm Already Gone
  7. Violence (Enough Is Enough)
  8. Life @ 11
  9. I Surrender
  10. Life Lessons Learned the Hard Way
  11. End of Me
  12. The Document Speaks for Itself
  13. I Remember
  14. Leave All the Lights On
  15. Good Things
  16. Same Book But Never the Same Page

Disc: 2

  1. Black Crow
  2. Guitar Vibes
  3. Spiritual Uplifting
  4. The Finale


Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 26, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: ADTR Records
  • ASIN: B00G34XMBQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (117 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,188 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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In an interview with the frontman of ADTR Jeremy McKinnon, he said that one of his goals with writing albums is to make sure that every song is able to be listened to without skipping a track. With the band's previous releases, there have been some tracks that I found necessary to skip. With this album, however. the game has TOTALLY changed.
After a dispute with Victory Records, ADTR were not sure if they were going to be able to release this album. There were a series of court proceedings, and after all was said and done, ADTR won the case. Jeremy built a studio in his house, and boom. The recording began. It took three years and nine days before this CD was available for us to purchase physically, and fortunately, the wait was worth it.
This is the best album ADTR have ever put out, hands down. There is literally something for everyone on this album, whether or not you're a fan of A Day to Remember or not. "City of Ocala" is a fast punk-rock song that will show inspiration from New Found Glory and other acts alike, while songs such as "Sometimes You're the Hammer, Sometimes You're the Nail", "Violence (Enough is Enough), and "Life Lessons Learned the Hard Way" show how this band can perfectly move from a punk rock song to a hardcore one like it's nothing. In fact, there are songs on this album that are nothing like another song in the band's catalog; "End of Me" is a near power ballad, and "I'm Already Gone" is reminiscent of "You Had Me at Hello", proving th./786at this band can literally do anything it wants in terms of sound. The songs have also become more complex; instead of just a breakdown and chorus, there are now songs that have bridges in them, as well as other added musical parts.
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Been a fan of this band since their early releases. I was bummed about the delay after their initial single was released almost two years ago but it was worth the wait. I was excited that the cd version would contain 16 tracks and over an hour of music, something that is rare to see in music today. There is a great mix of heavy and light tracks, I felt each track had its own unique feel to it and it did not feel like one long song. Jeremy's vocals have never been better and he seems to improve with every new cd. I would have loved some more screaming parts but im biased toward the heavier songs. If you're on the fence about this one, I would definitely recommend it, especially for the price which includes a bonus DVD.

Glad to see this cd released and I look forward to more from the band in the future.
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By far my favorite album they've put out so far. There's a lot of good jams on this. It's hard to pick a favorite!
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That is the best way I can summarize if it had to be in one word. I think it is their best album EVER! The metalcore parts are EPIC; heavier, more intense breakdowns and growling vocals. ("Sometimes You're the Hammer, Sometimes You're the Nail" & "Violence"!) Their Pop-punk tracks are endearing and as energetic as before. (especially on "I Surrender" & "End of Me"!) I don't know what else I have to say! If you're a fan of the band, a fan of metalcore, a fan of pop-punk, a fan of both, JUST BUY IT.
From what I've interpreted from the album name and songs, this is an ode to everyone who was and has been there for ADTR. It is simply a "Common Courtesy" for the band to tell them 'thank you' if they hadn't done it enough.
This album came out close to the end of 2013 and it surpassed all of the favorites that I had up until then!

I almost forgot to mention my favorite tracks off the album! Definitely "City of Ocala", "Right Back at It Again", "Sometimes You're the Hammer, Sometimes You're the Nail", "Best of Me", "Violence (Enough is Enough)", "I Surrender",and "End of Me".
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I am new to this group, with "Right Back At It Again" being the song that grabbed me. This is a CD of hard, fast, and really well structured songs. I really like it. Common Courtesy feel like a softer version of Slipknot, with a lighter tone, and an emphasis on fun. Highly recommended.
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I love every ADTR album but this one is by far one of my favorites. This album has a little bit of everything, super soft songs, pop punk songs, and super heavy songs. Not to mention amazing lyrics that I can relate to. It also comes with a DVD. For 10 bucks you can't go wrong... support good music and support ADTR!
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Common Courtesy sounded like a step back towards their earlier releases with a little more pop. This is by no means a step backwards for the band, just a slightly more familiar sound. They got super aggressive in their last release and lost that little bit of a punk edge (which wasn't bad, just not their norm). While not quite as fun as Home Sick or For Those Who Have Heart and not as aggressive as What Separates Me From You, it finds a nice balance in the middle.

The lyrics though, are starting to get a little tired for me. I really enjoyed their middle finger to the industry type attitude in their For Those Who Have Heart and Home Sick albums, but it is getting a little old. This is their what.. 4th? 5th? release. You made it. We get that when you started, things were hard. It was funny to hear that you ran your van for a year straight, but as a band, it is time to move on. You're no longer the underdog and the industry isn't out to get you anymore than any other band. Get back to the fun/funny stuff, or get aggressive and push forward, but stop... stop telling me about where you came from.

The music was pretty in line with earlier albums with an odd standout for me being "End Of Me." This song was not really what I was expecting from A Day To Remember; it was slow, atmospheric, but with a hook. I can't explain any further why this song delivered so well for me, but it did. Definitely not a typical riff from this band. I hope, though, that they do not make more in this vein.

While the lyrics got in the way a bit for me, my overall impression is good, though I miss their earlier sound. I understand that people think bands must change to stay relevant, but my counter point is that I buy a band for their sound.
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