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1. A0001
2. Understanding in a Car
3. Concealer
4. Autobiography of a Nation
5. Hole in the World
6. Cross Out the Eyes
7. Paris in Flames
8. I Am the Killer
9. Standing on the Edge of Summer
10. Wind-Up
11. How Long Is the Night?
12. I1100

Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 10, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Victory Records
  • ASIN: B00005AVQ4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (224 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #110,749 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Thursday have always been difficult to categorize. Although they famously rose out of New Brunswick, New Jersey’s basement culture they’ve always been far too cerebral to be considered a traditional hardcore band. Over their eleven-year career they’ve toured with everyone from the Cure to Cursive, but have retained an inherent aggressiveness that can only come from being ... Read more in Amazon's Thursday Store

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Its full of emotion, has occasional screaming, great guitars and great lyrics.
Mandy
Any band that is able to portray emotion and feelings by their music alone has achieved something all musicians strive for, but few achieve.
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This is the best album from one of the best emo bands out there, so you will realize that if you like emo, you must buy this album.
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51 of 55 people found the following review helpful By John E. Pioli on July 16, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Okay, I've actually owned this for a while. I've seen them several times and met them all at least once. I also know this cd by heart. I'm not bragging.
Let me explain. I am NOT one to easily proclaim my admiration for a band. It takes a lot to really impress me. And this album and this band never lets me down.
THE SONGS:
This album is bookened (superbly) by two almost instrumental songs, #1 being forboding, and #12 giving some closure. The songs themselves are the product of musicians who care. The guitar work itself is reason to get hooked on this album; the two guitarists complement each others tone very well, using a lot of inventive chords and melodic phrasing. As for the vocals, they have a sadness and a sweetness to them that many artists strive for, but few achieve (also check out Glassjaw, Red House Painters, and Morrisey/TheSmiths for similar effects).
Possibly, it's worth this album for the lyrics alone. It's become all too common for lyrics to become personal in content, but Thursday take it a step beyond personal. They make you feel everything from glass in your hair to blood in your eyes. Even without the music, the lyrics hold their own, and, let's be honest, you can't say that about most bands in the last 10 years.
HIGHLIGHTS:
"How Long Is The Night", "Paris In Flames", "Autobiography Of A Nation", and (yes) "Understanding In A Car Crash".
WARNING TO SOME OF YOU OTHER REVIEWERS:
I noticed several reviews that are negative of this album, which is fine, but some of which are negative for some (very) stupid reasons. Mostly, some of the people who listen to this have a problem with the screaming. ...
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Sanford on January 24, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Thursday's second release (Victory Records) is one of the best (if not the best) albums I have ever had the pleasure of listening to. I had heard 3 of their songs and decided it was worth a shot. Little did I know I would become addicted.
The album is an addicting and mesmerizing coalition of emotions and energy. I saw Thursday live and words cannot express the presence they have on stage. The bad thing about this CD is that you cannot see them perform it all. If you ever have the chance to see this young and outstanding band perform, Carpe Diem.
The opening track is a silent and haunting one, titled A0001, using plenty of effects and voices speaking over one another. "We'll all look the same someday, and even now the robot starts to think, I wonder what it dreams..." ending calmly (too soon, I thought, the track is beautiful, but is followed up at the closing by i1100 of the same nature) and exploding into an energy packed "Understanding In A Car Crash". This song seems to be the one favored by most, and I can see why. The cycle of emotion and flawlessness continues to the last tracks, Wind-Up (starting innocently and softly, then exploding with blazing guns to really move you) and How Long Is The Night?, yet another fantastic piece of art from this group of five.
Do yourself a favor and buy this CD. It may be the best CD you will ever own (considering the next one is not better, or if you like Waiting better - also a fantastic album).
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By "hixon_er" on July 16, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I bought this CD based on the two tracks I had heard from radio/MTV- "Cross out the Eyes" and "understanding (in a car crash)" but quickly discovered that this album is rock solid top to bottom.
Musically, Thursday seems to combine some relatively cliche elemets in a very refreshing manner- the product is a more grown up take on emo-core. The emo lyrics remain but are punctuated by screams that will, if played at proper volume, actually rip apart your speaker and slap you in the face. I dont pay much attention to lyrical content in particular...I think that as long as the singer seems to believe in what he's saying, its good enough for me. The vocals carry so much intensity that its quite clear that each word comes from the heart.
Thursday incorporates the common emo-core garage band technique of mixing pretty melody with abrasive and chaotic agression. There is a reason that this has been a musical staple since Beethoven...It works. Thursday's musicians are capable and talented songwriters- each song avoids falling into a rut. At the end of the cd, the listener is not weary of angst but compelled to hit play again and get another fix from the album's numerous hooks.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By "stg6" on February 19, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I will admit that I am a new fan of Thursday. I only own their recent album, Full Collapse. However, I plan on buying their other music very soon. In Full Collapse, Thursday manages to touch your emotions in such a way that i have never heard before. I am an avid Get Up Kids fan, and I used to think that they were really emo. Well, that may be, but Thursday is the only band that has made me feel incredibly sad, angry, and happy all at the same time. That may sound bad to some of you, but anyone who is a true emo junkie will understand. Just picture beautiful singing to brilliant lyrics coupled with intense At the Drive-In like screaming in the background. The guy singing back up vocals on this cd probably has torn his vocal chords to shreds. This album is incredible, like an orgasm of sound. Before you waste your money on some girl, or on gas for your car, buy this album. It is definetly worth it.
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