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  • Audio CD (November 5, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, EP
  • Label: Drive-Thru
  • ASIN: B00006WKXV
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #329,991 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Every Night's Another Day
2. I Want To Hear You Sad
3. All We Ever Needed
4. Sunday Drive
5. Take Time And Find
6. Ashala Rock
7. Come Back
8. We Write The Wrong

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THE EARLY NOVEMBER

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Which makes it all the more worth while to buy.
Dan
I think these guys will actually go somewhere. they have a good sound. i highly recommend this. its pretty mellow at times too.
Timothy I. Sentz
That being said, this cd is a great piece of rock music from a band signed to the SoCal label of Drive-Thru records.
MrPants

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By MrPants on June 11, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I really give this EP 4 1/2 stars but there is no button for that. That being said, this cd is a great piece of rock music from a band signed to the SoCal label of Drive-Thru records. For those who think of New Found Glory when they hear Drive-Thru, be not shyed away. There are no overproduced and pitch-corrected vocals to be found on this CD unlike some other new so-called "punk rock" bands (i.e. Simple Plan). Singer/guitarist Ace Enders' vocals soar more freely and sometimes bring thoughts of Thursday's Geoff Rickley such as on the awesome "I Want To Hear You Sad" (the song from which the EP takes its title). I guess some of this could be construed as "emo", but I don't think anyone really knows what that is anyway. Mostly it's just good rock and roll. Thrashing guitars are great on tracks like "Every Night's Another Story" and "All We Ever Needed", while I also enjoy the more acoustic stylings of songs like "Sunday Drive" and "Come Back". The only soft spot here is "We Write the Wrong" which is mediocre to begin with and then drags on for 4 more minutes after you think it's over. The enhanced portion of the cd includes home video of Ace performing a song called "Open Eyes" in his basement. That song is one of their best and should have been included, but I hear it will be on the next album. A very excellent acoustic version of the EP is available only on the Drive-Thru website and it includes two songs not found here.
All in all, The Early November will thoroughly rock you and make you relate to some lyrics. Not bad for a first offering and I definitely look forward to their full-length release due out,when else, early November.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Versace Frolic on November 5, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Mmm, so. The Early November just released "For All Of This". Drive Thru Records latest release. And it's wonderful . I wouldn't say earth-shattering or ground-breaking, but there's talent enough. It's definitely worth your money. There's eight tracks (a total running time of 31 minutes, 55 seconds), which is an excellent amount for an EP, and all of them are well done. I believe the stand-outs are:
-Track 2: "I Want To Hear You Sad" (the EP title was taken from a lyric on this one)
-Track 3: "All We Ever Needed" (tons of energy)
-Track 5: "Take Time And Find" (Ace's vocals just...soar)
-Track 6: "Ashala Rock" (creative guitar working, and the vocals have their moments)
All in all, I'd say it's an excellent debut. If you're looking for comparisons, I'd say the lead singer's (Ace's) vocals are extremely similar to that of Name Taken's vocalist, Chad, and Days Away's vocalist, Keith. The music follows suit, and you can compare the three bands easily. If you like TEN, I strongly suggest checking out both of the other bands.
Oh, and if you're more into acoustic driven rock, an acoustic version of five songs from the EP is available through DTR's website.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Raab on February 11, 2003
Format: Audio CD
The Early November, Drive Thru's latest signing, beats most of it's emo and punk-pop brethren with it's lyrics alone. The songs are delivered with riveting emotional voices and a fine balance of power and delicacy. This is the best new emo act I've heard in awhile, using emotion and non-linear arrangements but plenty of melody as well, which, in my opinion, is something Thursday, TBS and The Beautiful Mistake all too often lack. Their soongs are also much more diverse and less derivative and produced than New Found Glory, Good Charlotte or The Starting Line. I would place their sound somewhere between "Clarity"-era Jimmy Eat World and Dashboard Confessional. They also have an excellent acoustic EP out, available only on the Drive-Thru website. Highlights include the cathartic opener "Every Night's Another Story", the melodic "I Want to Hear You Sad" and the hushed "Come Back", although all of the songs are excellent. Buy this album today, you will not be disappointed.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Brittany Rose VINE VOICE on August 13, 2003
Format: Audio CD
The thing I think really stood out for this relatively new bands first album is the fact they take really good emo-style lyrics and pair them up with a cross between punk/rock/emo vocals and music.
The alb starts out with one of my fave tracks, the decidely Dashboard Confessional sounding "Every Nights Another Story" a nice acoustic start to the cd. Next we have "I Want To Hear You Sad' which isn't really a stand-out for me. After that is the pop-punk contrast sounds of "All We Ever Needed".
Next is "Sunday Drive" another mellower track with sweet guitars and vocals. In comparison "Take Time To Find" is more of a thrasing head-banger song that screams agony. "Ashala Rock" isn't bad but its not my fave. Same to "Come Back" but both songs are worth a listen. The album finishes with a huge long song (in comparsion to the others) that is a drawn-out punkish-ballad, Something Corporate style that is a nice finish to the cd.
(the) Early November has a bright future in front of them as they hone their skills in the future and release a longer album. I gave this one four stars because while I found the music pretty good and well-chosen, I found it to be a bit mimicking of other bands at times, and the lyrics are a bit tough to decipher. Regardless, give them a listen, and look around for their extra tracks if you can find em!
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