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  • Audio CD (February 26, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: Hollywood Records
  • ASIN: B000N8UY32
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,206 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Contains the smash hit, "Hey There Delilah"!

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One Thing is the reason I bought this CD, and I just have not warmed to the other cuts on this CD.
Barbara Crincoli
I really didn't think I would like this album all that much because the only song I ever heard from them was the aptly titled "Hate (I Really Don't Like You)".
Anthony Rupert
Basically, it's been done so many times before - the band appeals to all of these people who can't get enough of the same thing over and over and over again.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Appleseed VINE VOICE on August 1, 2007
Format: Audio CD
After seeing that "Hey There Delilah" was #1 on Billboard's Hot 100, I listened to a 30-second clip from the song, and liked it - not only because it was a catchy song, but also because it was different (i.e., *not* "Party Like a Rock Star"). Then I came here, where I saw that the album had a decidedly average ranking, and very few reviews written for it. That last bit surprised me, given the length of time the single had been on the chart (16 weeks when it hit #1).

I read all of the reviews here, and after reading a particularly negative review, I decided that I wanted to buy the CD. There's a pet peeve I have with people who disregard pop songs simply because they're pop songs. (Like the Lennon - McCartney debate. Lennon wrote the more meaningful songs, but McCartney was far more successful on the charts because he wrote pop songs, and was fine with it. "Silly Love Songs" was his ode to that philosophy, and is one of my favorite songs from him because of it.) Not everything needs to be deep and meaningful. I look at it like this: regarding films, I love heart ripping dramas - Schindler's List - but I also love movies that make me laugh, like South Park. There's a place for almost everything.

That I purchased the CD and gave it a shot couldn't have made me happier. I'm delighted with it. Sure, as some reviews say, the lyrics on a few songs aren't clever and on a couple of occasions are hokey, but excepting those few instances, the lyrics stand strong. Also, this is an eminently listenable CD. Don't confuse that with "muzak". These guys really have a knack at writing hooks, and if "Hey There Delilah" appeals to people, I have a feeling several other songs may find their way onto Billboard's Hot 100 as well.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By David W. Brand on July 30, 2007
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I simply loved this cd. From songs with a quick beat like Friends Don't Let Friends Dial Drunk to toning it down with Write You A Song. They have a familiar sound but to me it's unique. The lyrics are all solid. I don't know how anyone could not like the acoustic Hey There Delilah, it's probably one of the sweetest songs on the radio today. Overall, I recommend this cd to anyone.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By C. Bryant on August 14, 2007
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While I can't say that I know every track by heart yet, I think the CD is pretty good. Everyone on here can't seem to agree on whether they are good or bad, but they really are good! Take it from me...a guy with over 250 CDs in my collection. This CD has inspired me to buy their other 2 releases as well... HOWEVER BE WARNED!!!!!! If you are basing the purchase of this CD off of the hit song "Hey There Delilah" you will be in for a suprise....the rest of the CD boasts nothing even similiar to this song. I believe Plain White T's are goning to be the next big thing....just give them a chance
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By e. joyce fitzgerald on July 13, 2007
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Plain White T's delivers a solid cd of emo & pop-punk tracks. My favorites include "It's Our Time", "Making a Memory", and "Hey There Delilah". The best aspect of this cd, to me, is the perfect "warm-weather drive"-ness. It is an excellent cd for rolling all the windows down and singing along with when you are driving about. Every track has a great sing-along aspect. It has catchy, upbeat songs, and a few slower acoustics. It's a very enjoyable cd, but nothing groundbreaking or remarkable that sets it apart. For the current price ($9.99), there is no harm in picking it up and keeping it in the cd case for those summer days!
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13 of 19 people found the following review helpful By adamKS on October 17, 2006
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lets revisit the history of the band plain white t's. their debut album "stop" was a very anthem filled songs about life and relationships that would appeal to mostly to people in highschool or perhaps young college students. this being said because the album talks alot about doing something with your life at pivotal moments and of course relationships.

next, came their highly anticipated "all that we needed" album and it had more of a 80's power pop/dance sound to it along with some of the songs possibly being mistaken for the band "the cars". it had a more diverse vibe to it and i could see it appealing to highschoolers and most definitely college students.

than this summer they released "hey there delilah ep" which was a solid ep which could appeal to many young adults with its mature sound to it.

i figured since the ep was so good, that their debut for major label, hollywood records, would be fantastic. well, just the opposite folks. the plain white t's have went backwards on "every second counts". i mean way backwards...back even before their debut album "stop". i say this because the whole theme of the album is about relationships, relationships, and relationships. after about halfway through the album it sounds like you're listening to a broken record. OKAY, I GET IT! some girl screwed you over, and then you screwed her over and now you really don't like each other anymore.

the lyrics is what really kills this album along with the cliche songs. the lyrics in their first single, "hate (i really don't like you)" is a perfect example of this. it cringes to repeat the chorus so i'm not even going to do it. i mean, the lyrics sound like junior high drama instead of maturer songs about life which were in their previous albums.
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take all of this weak pop and emo and nerd and art crap off of the punk...
No one ever claimed that all of those are or are even trying to be punk rock. . . i am a fan of punk rock myself but i have to ask, have you even listened to half those bands you listed? Most of them are most certainly not expecting themselves to be labeled as punk! And I see you've listed... Read More
Dec 1, 2007 by J. Felder |  See all 5 posts
if you love to cry yourself to sleep at night and complain over nothing...
you are an idiot.

most of the bands you just listed, don't even classify THEMSELVES as punk rock...

but i'm glad you vented and made yourself look like an idiot for no reason...

have a nice day
Jul 9, 2007 by R. T. Gillman |  See all 2 posts
take this pop/emo crap off of the punk rock listings and give real punk...
I totally agree with you on this one; all you hear on the radio is Fall Out Boy, Plain White T's, and bands that JUST SUCK!
Why cannot they play something by The Ramones? Why? That's real punk right there.
Here in California; yes I live near the famous Berkeley where they have the famous... Read More
Jan 22, 2007 by Eric |  See all 2 posts
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