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Taking Back Sunday are a band who truly need no introduction. Since forming in Long Island in 1999, the group have sold millions of albums, evolved from a scrappy punk act into seasoned songwriters and continued to forge a successful career. That spirit of resilience and innovation is dripping all over the band's sixth full-length Happiness Is (which is also their first release for ... Read more in Amazon's Taking Back Sunday Store

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  • Audio CD (December 12, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • ASIN: B000JMKKGS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (162 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #315,306 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. What's It Feels Like To Be A Ghost?
2. Liar (It Takes One To Know One)
3. MakeDamnSure
4. Up Against (Blackout)
5. My Blue Heaven
6. Twenty-Twenty Surgery
7. Spin
8. Divine Intervention
9. Miami
10. Error: Operator
11. I'll Let You Live
12. Liar (It Takes One To Know One) (Live)
13. MakeDamnSure (Live)
14. Error: Operator (Live)
15. Divine Intervention (Live)

Editorial Reviews

The bands Warner Bros. debut, Louder Now, takes the group's classic ethos of intertwining vocals and hardcore meets-rock-meets pop to an even more enticing level. Taking Back Sunday is taking back rock.

Customer Reviews

It's about the music!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!... and yes, Louder Now does hold up to TBS's prior albums.
Caden
I just suggest that you listen to the cd first before buying it, because many will like it, many will love it, and as for me...I'm somewhere in between...
Josh
The songs sounded a little too...generic, that may not be a good choice but its really all I can think of.
M. Andrews

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35 of 40 people found the following review helpful By adamKS on April 27, 2006
Format: Audio CD
when it comes to listening to music i try to avoid comparing the bands new cd to their previous ones. with tbs, this is hard. "tell all your friends" is without a doubt a classic album and is the best in this genre of music. there's no denying that. then nolan left the band and tbs changed its lineup and "where you want to be" was the result. despite the different vocalist and sound, i thought "WYWTB" was a excellent record and was close to "TAYF" but not quite.

now comes april 25 and "louder now" is released and upon first listen, there's no doubt that TBS have progressed as a band. whether their progression is a positive or a negative, i don't know. that's up to the listener. i myself love when bands think outside the box and evolve and keep doing so for each record they put out (i.e. saves the day). although they're initial sound with "TAYF" is no longer present i can't help to enjoy their progression and the fact that they finally made a rock record.

like my review title says, they have unleashed the guitars and the whole feel to the album is just more rock. yes, tbs is the definition of emo and there's alot of emotion here, but as for the musicianship it's just a lot better than their previous two. there's actually guitar solos in half the songs. true, they signed to major label warner bros so i think this rock transition is appropriate. i hate when people accuse bands of selling out. i admit that i hate when bands sign for the money and not for the right reason which is to reach out to more people. but unless the band says they did it for the money, don't accuse them for it! just let it go and sit back and enjoy the great record they created which is "louder now"

for fans deciding whether they will like this, you will.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on July 24, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I picked this album up from my local store the other day, having already bought two TBS CDs prior, and I just have to say, it's incredible. I usually listen to punk (Descendents, Sex Pistols, Ramones); I'm a fifteen-year-old male, but I don't listen to teenie bopper stuff. I really fell in love with the album Where You Want To Be, so I decided to try this album. My favorite is still WYWTB, but I thought this album came darn close in terms of the overall CD. I usually judge albums on their lyrics. Sure, some of the songs don't make that much sense, but most of them get me off my feet. The guitars are still sick, perfectly fusing with Adam's voice. I thought there were better songs then Makedamnsure, but it was still an excellent track. The standouts are:

What's It Like To Be A Ghost? (10/10) - This is my favorite track on the album. I love it. The intro is great, the lyrics are awesome, and the whole song is just so catchy. This is one of those tracks that I said made me want to get off my feet. Come on, admit it, we've all gone crazy before.

Makedamnsure (8/10) - I really liked this song because of the music, the lyrics were not that great, but the singer definitely kicks.

Liar (Takes One To Know One) (9/10) - This is my second favorite on the album, the chorus is awesome, the lyrics are somewhat great, and as always, the guitar rocks.

Up Against (Blackout) (7/10)- This was one of the better songs, what can I say? Great example of TBS' talent.

Twenty-Twenty Surgery (9/10) - I thought this song was great because of the chorus, more than the music. The ending is awesome.

I can only hope that this review helped you, it's an awesome album from an awesome band.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By PerryGreen on April 27, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Okay, I...like many of you, have been a fan of Taking Back Sunday from the first time I heard "Tell All Your Friends." It provided a sound that was revolutionary at the time with lyrics that are unforgettable. However, like any classic album, an artist can't be expected to replicate it. TAYF spawned a slew of imitators as the emo explosion grew more and more prominent. As we all know, the band underwent some membership line up changes...and "Where You Want to Be" followed as the result. Although not as revolutionary as TAYF, this album had many highpoints. For example, the last minute of "A Decade Under the Influence," the counterpoint vocals on "Slowdance on the Inside," and the frantic, bouncy and unbelievably catchy pace to the album's opening track stand out. Obviously, it received mixed reviews despite its debut at #3 on the charts (very impressive coming from indie label Victory Records). While the TBS sound was still unique, the genre had blown up to extreme levels by this point (2004). What choice did TBS have with their third release but to tweak the sound again in order to distinguish themselves as a unique force in the industry?

"Louder Now" delivers a great rock experience in my opinion. Many of you have written reviews based on your first full listen through. I'll admit it..."Tell All Your Friends" turned into the masterpiece that it is in my mind...AFTER about 10 - 15 listens. I have no doubt in my mind that in due time, the subtleties and expressions in this album will grow on even the most die-hard TBS fans. You miss the angst in Adam's voice? Listen to the last half of "Error Operator." You miss the counterpoint vocals? Listen to the pre-choruses on "MakeDamnSure" and "Twenty Twenty Surgery." You miss the impressive lyrical content?
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why is this junk still on the punk rock listings? take this pop/art/emo...
dude your so gay, let it go. no one cares what you think about weather taking back sunday is real punk or not. the sex pistols are more punk but you dont have to be such a drama queen complaining bich about it. if you dont like like it just dont listen to it. no ones forcing you to. i bet bet... Read More
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