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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 25, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Tooth & Nail Records
  • ASIN: B00005OAG0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #414,075 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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So if you like dogwood or punk rock this is a must have.
Michael L. Wrigglesworth
My favourite song is Do or Die, but EVERY album on this CD is great, and that's what makes it such a good album.
Me
All the songs have great lyrics, sounding like poetry with instruments added to it.
Janna

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Janna on July 6, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Dogwood is an awesome band, and this is another great album that they made. Matt Aragon is a CD with a different sound from any of their other CDs, with a great message and an overall great sound.
First of all, it still amazes me how all of the Dogwood's CDs are so different and unrepetitive from each other, while still retaining Dogwood's general sound that makes them great. I have heard Seismic, Building a Better Me, More Than Conquerors, Through Thick and Thin, and now Matt Aragon. All of those CDs have their own unique sound but they're all still Dogwood.
Matt Aragon is definitely different. Don't buy this CD expecting to hear another "Building a Better Me." If you want another "Building a Better Me" or "More Than Conquerors" or any other CD, I suggest that you just listen to that CD, because Dogwood is not repetitive. They make something completely different each time.
This CD is actually a lot softer and more melodic than their others. If you're looking for a harder CD, I suggest that you buy Seismic as well as this CD. So even though yes, it is less punk than their other CDs, at least in my opinion, this CD still amazes me. It is SOOO relaxing and for some reason, even though it still sounds like Dogwood, it is such a different sound but it is goooood, trust me. The whole CD just flows together in a great way. Even though it sounds less polished than Building, it doesn't matter on this CD, because it just sounds so great.
All the songs have great lyrics, sounding like poetry with instruments added to it. If you just sit back and listen to this CD, you will find great messages in these lyrics.
I could go on and on forever saying how great Matt Aragon is. That's because it was a really great CD.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 29, 2001
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You know when you really like a band, then they take their style and switch it up a bit, and you think the new sound sucks? Well, Dogwood changed their sound a little on their latest, Matt Aragon, but it doesn't suck! In fact, it's pretty good. Sure, they will probably never make an album as good as Building a better me again, but Matt Aragon is definitely worth a listen. My favorite track is Singular as it has one of the best guitar sounds on the disk. Do or die and A hope unseen are both awesome tunes as well. All in all, I wasn't as impressed with this album as I was with Building a better me, but this is still a decent record.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By pete on September 21, 2003
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this cd is great, their best cd was 'more than conquerors', but this is one is also good. i dont know what people think when they write reviews like," this cd was dissapointing." 'do or die', 'a hope unseen' are the best songs on the cd. i gave it a 4, because it is more produced than their other cd's, but its still great. i recommend it, its not poppy, its good punk rock. people that dont even like punk, like these guys cause they're actually good, not like all the other bands out there. they have talent. get it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nick on September 9, 2005
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This CD is really awesome. Dogwood really does have a slightly different sound on all of their albums. This one reminds me a lot of NOFX, actually. It's good stuff. My favorite tracks are "Do Or Die" and "1983".
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If you are not familiar with Dogwood, they are basically a really amazing christian punk band. So if you love punk music, Dogwood is a great band to have in your music library. Whether or not you are religious, this is some great punk right here. Lyrical, rhythmic, catchy, energetic; everything you want in good punk. The lyrics are awesome and this is honestly just a super solid album. This is one of my favorite albums and I never get tired of listening to it.
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Although dogwood's sound has changed I don't think they have gone weak. This album is as punk as it gets in my opinion. It just has more of a melodic feel but they stay true to their hardcore/punk roots. It isn't quite as good as building a better me but it comes very close. It has some weird technical things going on at times but they basically have the same sound. So if you like dogwood or punk rock this is a must have.
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By Me on February 28, 2005
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This is Dogwood's best CD! How could anyone give it less than 5 stars? It's probably their most melodic album, but that doesn't mean it's soft, Matt Aragon is packed full of great Christian hardcore and pop punk. My favourite song is Do or Die, but EVERY album on this CD is great, and that's what makes it such a good album.
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