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Life has its share of ups and downs and no one knows that better than Saves The Day frontman Chris Conley. For the past seventeen years Conley has been bearing his soul and reinventing his musical identity with each successive step, a process that is clearly culminating with Saves The Days seventh full-length Daybreak. The third part of a trilogy that also includes 2006’s Sound The Alarm ... Read more in Amazon's Saves the Day Store

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  • Audio CD (September 16, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Dreamworks
  • ASIN: B0000C17KK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (287 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #86,546 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Any Saves the Day fan who can understand that will love the new album.
Lola
Lyrically it's as good as any of their previous albums, with alot of interesting and catchy songs.
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It hurts me to say bad things about Saves the Day, but this album sucks.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By adamKS on April 4, 2006
Format: Audio CD
that's the beauty of saves the day. they're always evolving their sound and style. prior and during the making this record they had lots of issues regarding replacing band members and the band wasn't clicking well. chris conley says he thought this was their best album but he admits it sounds very alienated and individual. he said that's because at the time every one in the band weren't clicking and not everyone was on the same page. (for further reading, read the may issue of Alternative Press).

they're are some songs on here that make you feel a certain way and gives you clear imagery. songs like "monkey", "wednesday the third", and especially "driving in the dark" which is the best song on the record. i don't know how to explain it, some songs on this album make me feel like i'm back in the 50's or 60's and reminds me of simpler times. i know that's weird but some of the songs just give that vibe to me and i'm only 22. i can't say that about any other STD albums.

Please, for those who haven't heard this album because of all the negative press and reviews, listen to this album with an open-mind and don't try to compare it to their past albums. for those who've listened or own it, give it another try and open your ears and listen carefully. if you consider yourself a big saves the day fan, go buy this album because i know you'll appreciate it for what it is and not for what it's not. phenomenol evolution from "stay what you are" and i hope they continue to grow and release quality records like "in reverie".
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 19, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I dont expect this review to be popular, since everyone seems to hate this album, but, here it goes. Im so sick of "emo" (i hate that word) kids hating anything thats not whiny. Im not saying this cd is perfect, or that saves the day hasnt changed their sound, but it sure doesnt sound like ANYTHING weezer has ever played (i would know since I own most of their albums) and none of the songs sound the same at all. You poor closed minded teens, will you ever listen to music thats not punk or emo. Listen with an open mind and this CD is not as terrible as people say. Not as good as their old stuff, but its not the end of saves the day. Definitly there are some new influences, more indie sounding. Good Job for not staying the same with every release STD!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Reggie on September 25, 2003
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When I first listened to this CD, I was disappointed, and thought that Saves The Day had gone to musical hell, never to return. I listened a second time, and was blown away. Rating this album based on whether or not the band stays true to its roots is just silly, and the worst thing one could do while reviewing is get trapped inside the scope of what the genre the band did/does fall into. Every song is nothing short of sublimely beautiful, and each one succeeds at affecting the listener. Chris dropped the whiny tone from his voice (which, for me, was beginning to get annoying), and wonderfully exploits the smoother, softer side of his voice. The band explores more and different melodies than before, but after the 2 listens they sounded like Saves The Day.
All the tracks are excellent, but I would most strongly recommend "Anywhere With You," "Rise," "In Reverie," "Morning in the Moonlight" (wonderful bass in this song), "Where Are You," and my favorite of the album, "Tomorrow Too Late."
Truthfully, I was starting to get bored with Saves The Day's music, maybe as a result of the development of maturity in my tastes. This album has restored my interest in the band. Younger listeners may not be able to get excited about it, but if you're looking for a more mature album by Saves The Day, give In Reverie a try.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Bradley C. Gibson on April 12, 2006
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This is my favorite album of all time. I liked "Stay What You Are" and thought it was a really good album, but this one is head and shoulders above any album I have ever heard. I rank it up there with Nirvana's "Nevermind" and The Beatles "Revolver" or "The White Album." Like it has been stated in past reviews, many STD fans do not like this album. That puzzles me. There is nothing like this that I have ever heard. Chris Conley's vocals are perfect and totally different from anything he has done in the past. The first time I heard his voice I thought it was a different person or something. I can't even discribe it and give it proper justice at the same time. The guitar work on this album is crazy good and creative, too. The drums are perfect and the bass lines fit the songs extremly well. This album has a mood that sweeps through the whole thing. It is a total emotional experience. I could talk about this album all day and still never find the right words to describe it. Just check it out.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lauralyn on May 20, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I love this cd.

But I have to admit, when it first came out, I didn't like it all. I couldn't get into it. I think may have even referred to it as being bad. I couldn't have been more wrong about it.

If you have any problems with this cd, all I have to say is, put it on as background music while your driving or doing homework or something and you'll realize what you've been missing.

This isn't your run of the mill STD album. It was a leap. Something new, something different. I'm sure that a lot of fans reactions to this cd is what made them release "Ups & Downs" so quickly. But this album is beautiful and it is not something to be pushed so easily to the side. The first song that really caught my attention was "Driving in the Dark." It's really melodic, but not in a pop punk teeny bopper kind of way. My favorite on the cd is the ending song "Tomorrow's Too Late." It seems like the perfect fit as the last song.

Everything about this cd is beautiful. It's not like their past releases, but it surpasses any expectations I may have had. I just hope that the band is not discouraged about the original poor recieving of the album. If they want to make music like this, then they should. I would not complain.
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