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Editorial Reviews

Details TBA. RR. 2005.

1. To Live and Die by Fire
2. The Worst Is Yet to Come
3. In Place of Hope
4. White Walls
5. Bliss
6. Cherished
7. With What You Have
8. Kelsey
9. Recovery
10. I Can Revive Him With My Own Hands
11. Stare and Wonder
12. Blossom, The Witch

Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 13, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Roadrunner Japan
  • ASIN: B00092QQWA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,406,712 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Entombment Of A Machine on December 26, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Emocore?

Wow.

That's the worst label for a band I've ever heard.

Still Remains are masters at what they do. Everything fits together quite nicely. They're lyrics can be considered slightly emo, but they are just beautiful.

The lyrics for the songs "Recovery" and "I Can Revive Him With My Own Hands" are the best on the cd. They're heartfelt and pretty.

This album is in my top 10. These guys know what they're doing, and I can't wait til their next album. I know I won't be disappointed.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Keith A. Wellman on May 10, 2006
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I don't know why people are listening to new metal bands if they don't like this.

Yes these guys are unmistakably groupable with the in flames killswitch unearth types. One thing they have to offer other than generally strong song writing, is: keyboards! keyboards. Im a sucker. I even like that new found glory song just because of the keyboards.

So anyway this album is basically the strong, active, new wave of metal sounding stuff plus keyboards. I would say that underoath's 'changing of times' comes closest just because there's that vibe of something other than hate or whining buried in the heaviness.

I have narrowed my bands from this general genre down to about 10 now. So maybe if you're open to liking a good chunk of this kind of music, including beands yet unheard as to you, this album could surprise you and be up there with unearth or as i lay dying.....rather than down there with shadows fall (ok thats just a cheap shot).
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Intothedeadsky on May 14, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This album IS really good, but it is exactly what I expected would happen with this band...Their EP is amazing, and I have had it for 4 or 5 months and still listen to it constantly, but this album falls short of the EP for me, but I do NOT feel it is the band's fault at all. It is GGGarth's fault. HE is the one who made this band sound exactly like a love child of Atreyu's "the Curse" and it dies today's "the caitiff choir" in an attempt to make them more accessable, yet still heavy.

the truth is the man is a one trick pony. the guitars on this album, as well as the song structures, the stepped-up amount of singing,the vocal overdubs during the singing, even the way he has the guitars quickly swell up before a crushing metal riff here and there-ALL sound EXACTLY like what he did for Atreyu, and it pisses me off. He should stick to producing chevelle and leave the genre of metal alone altogether. The fact of the matter is that his shiny, big-budget production ultimately sanded down this band's abrasive edge, making them less intense. Still Remains should have been left alone so their sound could evolve on its own, the potential of which was proven with If Love was Born to Die. If they had stuck with Ryan Adkins, who produced, engineered, and recorded the EP, their sound would have been able to do this without constraint, and this would have been a much more intense and original album, but if your band got signed to a major label and you had the opportunity to work with the "hit-making" producer that brought you Atreyu's "the Curse," what are the chances you'd turn it down.

Once you get over all of that, though, this is a very solid album from start to finish, and so far, there isn't a single song on it that I entirely dislike.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By 60-Tizzy on May 23, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Wow! I first heard this band on the music choice channel and immediately I purchased their EP. The EP has only 5 songs on it, but they were played continuously. I consider myself a very diverse music listener. I love hip hop, jazz, you name it. If it has heart, feeling and emotion then it is artwork to me. "Of Love and Lunacy" is an amazing record. It is so well-rounded that it has something for all ears to enjoy. I have owned this cd for two weeks and it has not left my player once. In fact, this cd has made my personal work-outs last from one and a half hours, to two and a half all by itself. The cd just makes you want to burst out of your shell and take on the world, in a positive Christian way. This cd is so amazing that it could take Red Bull, Rock Star and every other energy drink out of business. This cd will be the caffeine you need to stay awake and revitalized. Sick!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MLIFES Tell-Tale Bonanza on June 11, 2005
Format: Audio CD
For the past 5 or 6 years i've been really skeptical about anything that's come out on Roadrunner Records. Until recently they've actually signed some good bands (KSE,Agony Scene) and enter Still Remains. They had it up at a listening station at a local record store and I was very impressed, I bought it on the spot, which is something i don't do too often anymore. They have an incredible sound (immediate comparisons Mortal Treason, Zao, In Flames, Bleeding Through, IDT come to mind) they are the whole package when it comes to metal. If you are looking for a cd with great singing, brutal breakdowns, and all around solid musicianship, check these guys out, you won't be disappointed.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Timothy D. Easterwood on May 7, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I got this CD earlier this week and have had it in my CD player ever since. I downloaded "If Love Was Born To Die" several months ago and loved songs like "Light Through Skin" and "I Can Revive Him With My Own Hands" and the powerful builds layered with breakdowns and ferocity they provided. Still Remains' intelligent use of keyboarding provides an almost 4th Dimension to their music, making it intriguing and keeping it fresh against the innumerable amounts of metalcore bands in the world today. This factor, along with their Christian message and ferocity are why I considered "If Love Was Born To Die" magnificent, and i expected no less from "Of Love and Lunacy".

My first taste of this album came in the form of "White Walls", and it provided a strong outlook on the upcoming album, an album to which i was at first very skeptical with them being signed to Roadrunner (a label who's done nothing but put out crap-nu-metal for several years). But I figured not even Roadrunner could spoil Still Remains, and I was 100% correct. The new album has more clean vocals, but also keeps the chugs and eerie keyboarded melodies so present on "If Love Was Born To Die". The new version of "I Can Revive Him With My Own Hands" is nothing short of a masterpiece. Easily the best song on the album. Although similar to the older version (duh, they're the same song) it feels more layered and the build is stronger.

This album doesnt have a single weak song.... well, except for the piano track, but I dont really consider that a "song" on the album. No matter how hard I try, I keep feeling like this album is a follow up to It Dies Today's "The Caitiff Choir".
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