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Editorial Reviews

Early November ~ Room's Too Cold

1. Ever So Sweet
2. Something That Produces Results
3. The Mountain Range In My Living Room
4. Sesame, Smeshame
5. Baby Blue
6. The Course Of Human Life
7. Dinner At The Money Table
8. Exchanging Two Hundred
9. My Sleep Pattern Changed
10. Fluxy
11. Everything's Too Cold...But You're So Hot

Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 7, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Drive-Thru
  • ASIN: B0000E6XGD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #822,569 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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A very good song indded.
lipgloss_and_letdown
Similar to Brand New's 'Deja Entendu' album, you can really hear how The Early November has matured on this album.
Thomas Peter
This is a good CD for anyone who likes emo, punk, or rock music.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Peter on January 10, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Similar to Brand New's 'Deja Entendu' album, you can really hear how The Early November has matured on this album. I don't really understand all of the negative reviews, as their sometimes strange guitar riffs ("Something that Produces Results") are anything but ordinary. Here's a rundown:
1) Ever So Sweet
I think it's kinda strange that these guys begin their album with a slow, acoustic piece, but it works. The later part of the song is the best part, so give it a chance...it grows on you. Like all of the album, the songs have great transitions between them. 9/10
2) Something that Produces Results
I love this song...so much energy. The guitar part about midway through the song is one of the strangest things I have heard, but contrary to other reviews of this album, these guys are unlike other 'emo' bands, whatever emo is. 10/10
3) The Mountain Range in My Living Room
I heard this song well before I bought the CD, as it was available for download from MP3.com. I just love the theme behind this song...it's about being tired of sweeping his problems under the rug, and they're becoming too much to handle. Who other than these guys would think of something like that? This song rocks, its a great sing-a-long one. 10/10
4) Sesame, Smeshame
I just noticed how these guys like to cluster all of their best songs at the beginning of this album. This is another great one...it reminds me of one of the songs on the 'For All of This' EP, but I just can't think of which one, sorry. The swing feel at the beginning of this song is something new for them, though. 9/10
5) Baby Blue
This might be my favorite song on the album...however, it doesn't get to its best part until the end. This song reminds me so much of Brand New, with the layered vocal work.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Billy loves music on January 7, 2006
Format: Audio CD
First of all, let it be known that I am not some cynical jerk that surfs amazon to crap on bands. I am a music lover, and 99.9 percent of the time I am the one defending backs that have been the subject of an attack by some close-minded person who lacks any joy in their life. The reason I have to say that this album should get a 2.5 is because how horrible the singing is. Enders does come up with great melodies. I think that the music is good and I think that if he sang everything in tune and didn't sound like someone was pinching his nose then I would absolutely love this album. Their are a number of songs I like by The Early November. However, as a whole, this album was put together very poorly. There are beautiful parts in it, which alsmost saddens me because I know they are capable of making much better music. I predict that The Early Novemeber will get better in time and eventually I will be reviewing them and announcing that I love his singing. I can already tell from their demo of "Decoration" I will like their new stuff that is going to come out. I just can't recommend about 3/4ths as good sounding music. Sorry to the avid fans here. I know what its like to see one of your favorite bands get a "bad" review. Just know that I am not a hater and I understand very well why you enjoy this band and I don't condemn your taste in music. :)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By bootski on September 21, 2004
Format: Audio CD
i just have to say first off,that if anyone gave this album below 5 stars, shame on you. you must not be able to see talent and heart in music. well anyway....

this is my favorite band and my favorite cd, what more could you ask for in a band other than heartfelt vocals and slammin guitars. and they add a wonderful twist with the two acoustic songs,which on the acoustic ep, "ever so sweet" is my favorite song. if you like a band with power, potential, and the best label out there, you need to hear the early november.

my reviews of each song

1. EVER SO SWEET- a little different than on the acoustic ep but still unique. the best chorus ive ever heard, "you baked it in cakes for me" the acoustic flare is awesome for the early november, cause ace sounds awesome when acoustically led...4/5

2. SOMETHING THAT PRODUCES RESULTS- good hard song, also a good chorus and bangin guitar riffs to add int he mix. its not my favorite style for them to play. but still awesome... 5/5

3. THE MOUNTAIN RANGE IN MY LIVING ROOM- great song, starts out a little shaky but awesome drums and lyrics, "its never been harder to fall, theres nothing to grab and thats all i want to hold on to"... 5/5

4. SESAME SMESHAME- one of my favorites, the vocals give my guivers and the guitar does so too. a nice, different sound, sort of 80's. but a song to listen to many times over again. youll fall in love... 5/5

5. BABY BLUE- not my best choice for a song, it just gets boring after a short while. "i dont want you to love me anymore". but all in all, good lyrics and vocals... 4/5

6. THE COURSE OF HUMAN LIFE- an awesome song which shows the talent of all members... ace, jeff, joe, sergio. great job to all of em... 5/5

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M on November 19, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I don't really know what to call this record. This isn't emo at all. The vocalist's voice is much more powerful and has much better range than your typical emo vocalist. It is also much more complex and varied and has a much wider scope than any "emo" record...yet, I would compare this record to Jimmy Eat World's "Clarity" whom are one of the few bands that can accurately be described as emo. Go figure.

At any rate, this really is a great CD. I usually avoid any band on Drive-Thru records, however, remembering this band from many years back in New Jersey before Drive-Thru fame, I gave this record a shot.

Whether you're looking for acoustic, bouncy, catchy pop rock, or just flat out beautiful ballads, its pretty much all here.

If you're looking to download...here's how the songs breakdown.

Acoustic:

Ever So Sweet

Dinner At The Money Table

Catchy:

Something That Produces Results

Mountain Range In My Living Room

Sesame, Sheshame

Fluxy

Baby Blue

Ballads:

Exchanging Two Hundred

My Sleep Pattern Changed

Everything's Too Cold, but You're So Hot

The Course of Human Life

everything just works. The song flow really well together, the music is well done, and sounds as if they took their time to explore every idea. Its a well done record. While I wouldn't say the lyrics are exactly groundbreaking, they are wonderfully abstract leaving you to interpret the song. If you've got an open mind and like indie rock, emo (real emo), or pop, I strongly suggest this CD.
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