For We Are Many [+Digital Booklet]
 
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For We Are Many [+Digital Booklet]

October 12, 2010

$9.99
Song Title
Time
Popularity  
1
Now Let Them Tremble
1:23
2
For We Are Many
2:59
3
The Last Time
3:58
4
Some Of The People, All Of The Time
3:22
5
Won't Go Quietly
4:00
6
Aggressive Opposition
3:45
7
From The Outside
3:34
8
Dead Wrong
3:07
9
Faithless
3:34
10
Hold On
2:57
11
Keepers Of Fellow Man
3:09
12
The Waiting One
4:48
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Digital Booklet: For We Are Many

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: October 12, 2010
  • Release Date: October 12, 2010
  • Label: Prosthetic/Razor & Tie
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  • Total Length: 40:36
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  • ASIN: B004583WKI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,772 Paid in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 Paid in MP3 Albums)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Album October 12, 2010
Format:Audio CD
This is a great album. I don't care whether music is Metal, bubble gum pop, country....if it sounds good I'll give it a shot. This album sounds good. I jumped on the ATR ship with Overcome, which I thought was a great album as well. After buying their entire catalog it was clear that Fall of Ideals was exceptional, however I don't think Overcome was as bad as many of the hardcore fans seemed to paint it in the reviews. I don't mind when band's try to change their style. I am a guitar player, and playing music that you like, and experimenting with new sounds, is what it is all about. I am a perfect example of how Overcome brought in a new fan because several of the songs hit the mainstream radio and I found out who ATR was.

For We Are Many is a cross between Fall of Ideals and Overcome, and in my opinion it blends the best of each album PERFECTLY. It has radio friendly songs that still have a hardcore edge to them, and it has hardcore songs that still have a catchy edge to them. As ridiculously lame as it sounds, I actually got goosebumps listening to the breakdown of track 6, Aggressive Opposition, the first time.

If you are an ATR fan, this album is a no brainer. If you like catchy/melodic yet still hardcore music, this album is a no brainer. If you don't mind a slight dose of screaming combined with some good clean vocals, give this album a try but I still think you'll like it.

Excellent work ATR!
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars All that Remains Returns!!!! October 12, 2010
Format:Audio CD
After two years, all that remains returns with an impressive new record. Let me say, it is a welcome feeling to have adam d produce the album as when he did fall of ideals. first off, i have been following atr since behind silence and the solitude and the progression as a band has been one worth investing time in. not many bands are thriving well and still making records so its good to see that atr is still an influential part of the genre.

To me, fall of ideals was atr's most impressive album to date and when overcome released i was torn in two. this darkened heart was sick, fall of ideals was perfect, and overcome threw me off gaurd. i appreciated atr branching out to meet a new audience, i mean, the rock band dlc's also added to the records sales. but i felt overcome wasn't their best, aside from a few immaculate songs (song for the hopeless, chiron, two weeks), the album just didnthave the kick that fall of ideals had. enter, for we are many...

Let me just say, the album is absolutely brilliant and takes more than a couple of listens to fully grasp the diversity of the record. i've listened to it almost 12 times through and new pieces and surprises seem to arise. for we are many is, for lack of a better term, a "hybrid" between fall of ideals and overcome. it surely is better the overcome, i feel as if you were just introduced to atr with the release of overcome, not knowing of their past work you may feel 'out of the element'. believe me, this album harkens back to some of their older stuff, and man does it feel great. there are however, a few welcome twists that really make each song distinct and gripping. Those of us who found the 'weak willed' to be one of their best songs will find remnants of that in tracks such as "dead wrong" and "for we are many.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A band's evolution? You decide. October 12, 2010
Format:Audio CD
I'm all for the evolution of a band's sound and style. It's important.

All That Remains is clearly undergoing one of these stylistic changes. At their core, they are still devoted to the intelligent-yet-frenetic music that powered their first three albums. At the same time, they're taking on a more clean and polished demeanor, with songs that are just as at home on the local pop rock station as they are on the underground metal one. They're blending the genres, and for that, I applaud them.

But "For We Are Many" is puzzling.

Brutal and technical musicality makes its appearances in tracks such as "Some of the People, All of the Time" and "For We Are Many", harking back to what once drew many to All That Remains. The more "sonically pleasant" tracks on this album, however, are at best mildly repetitive, and at worst, forcibly artificial. This album is, at once, a study in what All That Remains does best, as well as what they are trying to do, but can't pull off. The cleaner, more radio-friendly songs (namely the last four tracks) signal the band's change in style, but the songs fall flat on their faces. They simply aren't as musically strong as what All That Remains has done in the past, regardless of the bands' heaviness.

As mentioned, several tracks on the album are terrific, and I'll certainly enjoy them; others seem to be ramshackle attempts at the band's new-found vision. Don't pigeonhole this as another guy who is pining for what a band once was. All That Remains is trying to change, and I accept it; I just wish they didn't do it in such a synthetic way.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Format:MP3 Music
Honestly, if you're a metal lover, skip this and get their album The Fall of Ideals. That album was superb in the musicianship and developement. This album felt forced to me, it wasn't nearly as creative and dynamic as TFOI. I feel like ATR lost their unique trates and went to just an average metalcore band. There are a lot of "Soft Songs" on this album, and as far as soft songs go, their pretty good. But all their heavier songs on this album just don't have the flow and diversity of sound that was so prominent in TFOI. The tunes and screams seem rushed in places, and they also seem to drag in others. Most of the vocals seem tuneless and rythmless. It's kind of sad, ATR has so much potential, but this album was just a letdown. They tried a new sound, and I commend them for taking a risk. But in my opinion, it was a failure. TFOI was one of the best metal albums I've ever heard, and compared to that, this album falls way short. I would say the only songs that are worth getting would be:

Aggressive Opposition
For We Are Many
Hold On
Keepers of Fellow Man
Now Let Them Tremble
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Great
Not one of my favorites but loved this album anyway. I have yet to come across an ATR album I didn't like. The melodies, the riffs each album gets better and better
Published 3 days ago by Pasqualino Ricco
5.0 out of 5 stars All That Remains
Every track was great. They're very few bands i can listen to every track of their albums and say. "I love every track." but All That Remains is one of them,. Read more
Published 8 months ago by shannon davis
4.0 out of 5 stars Safe but solid
The fifth album from Massachusetts metalcore quartet has a few redeeming attributes that make it different from their fourth effort, 2008's "Overcome" and `06's "The Fall Of... Read more
Published 9 months ago by A. Stutheit
5.0 out of 5 stars great buy
Very clean and perfect cd. Album is great and hard to find where I live. Because of these rare albums still in circulation I will continue to buy from
Published 14 months ago by thomash
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Album
There were a lot of songs on this album that I really enjoyed. I am not a huge All That remains fan, but this album rocks!
Published 14 months ago by jasoncmrn
5.0 out of 5 stars for we are many
This cd is amazing. It's the first all that remains cd i have listened to and because it, I will be buying the rest of their collection.
Published 15 months ago by chris
5.0 out of 5 stars Great album!
I've always loved All That Remains and this album may be a little softer but that doesn't take away from the greatness that is All That Remains! Read more
Published 17 months ago by HollyUndead
5.0 out of 5 stars ATR gets better and better and better!!!!
Holy ****, this album is just filled with pure epicness!! I am a big All That Remains fan since The Fall Of Ideals and this one is simply amazing as can be. Read more
Published 18 months ago by chaosisthename
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome All That Remains Album!!
This album is for metal and music enthusiasts alike! Great melodies and counter melodies. Powerful riffs with killer vocals and huge rhythm section!
Published 21 months ago by Musiclover
2.0 out of 5 stars 2/5
This album is 2 stars because some of the songs are listenable. I hardly enjoy listening to this album.
I hardly recommend this album. Addy.
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