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  • Audio CD (December 1, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Import
  • Label: Jvc Japan
  • ASIN: B0000QWYJY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,208,930 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Those Days You Felt Alive
2. Kill the Drama
3. Five Days and Counting
4. I Loved the Way She Said "L.A."
5. Stolen from Some Great Writer
6. In the Same Lifetime
7. Am I Ready?
8. Fairweather Friend
9. You Can't Stop
10. Make My Heart Attack

Editorial Reviews

Japanese Version featuring Two Enhanced Videos for "i Loved the Way She Said", and "l.a.".

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This song was their first single, and a pretty good one.
lipgloss_and_letdown
This is a slightly more pop version of bands like Taking Back Sunday and Hawthorne Heights.
Tim __Miller
Overall this cd is one of the best I've ever listened to.
Cameron

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Cameron on August 28, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I have owned this cd for well over a year now, and am still completely enamoured in it. This is one of my most favorite albums of all time. There is not a single weak song on Remember Right Now. This cd is enjoyable from start to finish, over, and over, and over again. I find this album to be comfort music for me. Whenever I need to get my mind off something, this album does the trick. Allow me to breakdown the songs and aspects of the album itself, starting with the first song.

1) Those Days You Felt Alive - What a way to kick off an album. All the tracks on this disc can be favorites, but this one stands out. I love nothing more than to roll my windows down, open my sunroof, and blare this out of my car's speakers. I find myself sometimes embarrassed, because I sing along to this song every time. It's melodic opening is heart-pumping. The lyrics are sung beautifully. I myself play bass, and the bass tones here are perfect and sublime. Superb. 10/10

2) Kill The Drama - This song has an excellent chorus. This song is one of the more upbeat songs on the album. The beat to this song is very driving and pumping. Great. 9/10

3) Five Days and Counting - This is a slower, more pensive song than the earlier two. By no means, however, does this mean it lacks in any way. You can really focus on the lyrics of this song. Beautiful. 10/10

4) I Love the Way She Said "L.A." - Lyrically, this song stands up to the rest of the album, and even takes steps forward. This is somewhat majestic, and beautiful all the same. The drum beat on this song keeps it going perfectly. Check out the vocal tones here. Upbeat. Anyone who has ever been in a long-distance relationship can relate to this one. Excellent.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J Money on November 26, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Wow I first bought this CD and thought I would listen to it once and store it away. My friend loves this band and let me listen to the first 3 songs, I wasn't impressed. But I went and bought the CD and after listening to it all the way through once, I haven't stopped loving it. This band is so awesome, their lyrics are so well said and go together so well, I knew all the lyrics in a day. My fav song is "Make my heart attack." This song is so awesome, I sing it every morning. The rest of the songs are just as awesome. Go out and buy this CD immediateley! Give it a chance to grow on you. Also chechk out Fall Out Boy, Brandnew, Northstar, Something Corporate, Brodie, and River City High. All AWESOME bands!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Evan on July 27, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I heard of Spitalfield through word of mouth. I gave them a chance. At first listen, i didn't like what I heard. After a few more spins though, it started growing on me. Spitalfield writes catchy emo/rock songs with an intelligent pop sensibility. The only weak point that I have found is the bass. It overpowers and drowns out the two beautiful, dualing guitars. Other than that, I enjoy this cd a lot. Standout tracks are "Thoe Days You Felt Alive", Five Days And Counting", I Loved The Way She Said L.A.", Fairweather Friend", and "You Can't Stop." This is for fans of Jimmy Eat World, The Starting Line, The June Spirit, Count The Stars, and The Goodwill.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By xTragedyxBrittanyx on March 10, 2005
Format: Audio CD
victory is known, in my opinion atleast, for churning out s*itty fake "emo" bands like taking back sunday and silverstein by the truckload. so when i heard spitalfield was off vr, i was skeptical about getting "remember right now", despite the catchy single "i loved the way she said LA". finally, one day while I was at tower, i decided to give it a shot. it was only 10 bucks, so i figured, "what the hell"?, it might be pretty good. to make a not so long story shorter, i put it on and never once thought twice about my purchase (never once thought twice????). this is one quality album, using pop-punk style guitars, emotive lyrics and pop hooks to create a 10 track masterpiece. I can honestly say that there isn't one track i like less than another, and i love um' all. if i had to compare them to another group, i'd say the vocals are kinda like new found glory meets rufio (high pitched), the lyrics are jimmy eat world-ish and the melodies are sorta like knockout (rip) meets cauterize meets toyko rose. yep, its a great album, and i highly adivise you to get it. even if u don't like victory records (which i don't), this is one band you can't pass up on. "remember right now", its oh so good.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Matt on August 24, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Being stuck at a department store and having just over twenty dollars to spend usually means I'll end up buying a couple of cheap cd's that I haven't heard of before. What those cd's may be usually is up to whatever is hot at the moment. On one such day I bought two albums, Silverstein's and this one, having heard not a single song from either band. I guess listening to the god-awful Silverstein album first left a bad taste in my mouth, because I didn't pay much attention to Spitalfield. I threw them both in with a pile of all the other trashy emo cd's I own and didn't touch 'em for months. I guess it was fate, but a couple of days ago I picked up the Spitalfield album by accident on my way out the door and was therefore forced to listen to it. I have to say I'm impressed. Any comparisons to Jimmy Eat World are warranted, since on a couple of songs Spitalfield blatantly rips off their vocal style. And yet somehow I can't blame them. The guitars are fairly interesting, the melodies are catchy, and most importantly the lyrics are better than average. They lean more to pop-punk than emo, but labels are just labels after all. I hope they can develop their own identity on the next album, because it could be really good.
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