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  • Audio CD (June 15, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: The Militia Group
  • ASIN: B000223580
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #535,481 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Who Are You Now?
2. Drawing A Line In The Sand
3. Throwing Rocks Tonight
4. Escapist
5. Just Breath
6. C'Mon Fascista
7. Mercy Medical
8. Blindspot
9. Mexico
10. Margot
11. Over And Out
12. The Bottle And The Sea

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. Haight on July 22, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Excellent album on a new label. Formerly a Deep Elm band, now with the Militia Group, could be the best album put out by this band. I have to say, I got kind of tired of the Deep Elm stuff. Not to say it was bad, I just felt it was getting too sugary, and maybe the vocals were annoying me. Too whiny or something. I gave the new album a chance because I read a decent review. All in all the songs are great. Their is good diversity between the songs and each one is addictive and catchy. The vocals, work on this album. Dual vocalists each with a unique style that blend well together. Not sure why this band hasn't gotten bigger on the indie radio and video stations. Recommend to fans of Jimmy Eat World, Sense Field, etc.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By E. Oleson on June 24, 2004
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Some may have figured that the signing of brandtson to the militia group would only further solidify their emo tag. After many albums on Deep Elm, a label which is synonomous with emo so much that they even came out with compilations with such stomach turning titles as "Emo is Awesome", they bring us their first album on their new label.
I would find it hard to believe that anyone who has heard a Brandtson song before, could not distinguish this new album from their older material. Overall the feeling that they are making melodic rock music remains the same, but now they present it with the maturity that has naturally developed with age. Sound, structure, and even lyric wise point to a group of men who should hardly still be forced to wear such a juvenile "emo" tag. The first track is a short and sweet. Very easy to rock out to, while driving in your car or at a live show. The duel vocals hit quick and so does the chorus. Right from that track there is no denying that this is the same Brantson we have come to know, but they have evolved. Songs such as this show a harder rocking side of the group that to people like me is actually quite refreshing. The band has always done a good job of writing deeply emotional songs, without irritating or insulting the listener's ears. This album is no different. Songs like "The Escapist" could easily fit on some of the group's past albums, and should be highly accessible to all. "The Escapist" is driven with a solid beat, layered with claps throughout the song. This song represents the first band in recent memory to include hand claps into their music, without coming off in a totally hokey and inane way. The vocals of both Myk and Jared mix together on this track as great as ever.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Chris on January 11, 2005
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have gotten into brandtson around the year 2001 via their first full-length, brandtson always remained slightly under my radar. i enjoyed that record, but it wasn't one of my favorites and to be honest i just sort of forgot about these guys. which brings me to this summer, at wal-mart of all places, i saw this album and i was surprised to see that a) they were still around and b) a large department store chain was carrying their cd. so on a whim i picked it up. at this time i was getting frustrated with the indie-pop emo/rock world, and in addition to this record i also picked up the latest by black metal band dimmu borgir. i did not know how much i would love this record.

if you haven't heard their last few records (dial in sounds, fallen star collection, dying to figure each other out) you will be surprised to see that they're not so much of an emo band these days, and most references to mineral or sunny day real estate in their sound no longer apply. but what they have found, however, is that they're battle-tested and their chemistry is at an all-time high. it's a shame that this record hasn't been getting too much exposure by the press because i think it has enough mainstream accessability to appeal to many different types of music fans. i have yet to read a single negative review of this album as there just aren't many flaws.

if you get the opportunity, go see this band, as they sound just as good live as they do on record.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By lipgloss_and_letdown on July 21, 2004
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Brandtson have always been releasing amazing music and being a band thats hidden from any sort of media frenzy. To me what Brandtson is, is a band thats consitantly puts out amazing record, and a band that has the best vocal harmonises in the industry. And Myk Porter, and Jared Jolley do it just as brilliantly live.

With this release, Brandtson starts a new begining, not only with a new label, but a distinctly new sound. Unlike previous releases, this new record it a lot more heavier but still maintains the tradition Brandtson sound. Having only heard the record about 2 times, here are what are stand outs to my ears.

1. 'Who Are You' - Brandtson starts their records with a fast up beat song. This is no different and a very good album opener.
2. 'Drawing A Line In The Sand' - A slower paced song, and it's such a beautiful song. The lyrics are perfect, and it will leave you singing "Don't come, crying back to me".
4. 'Escapist' - The chorus has about 3 vocals parts, which at first might seem messy, but its beautiful. Good lyrics just like any Brandtson song.
7. 'Mercy Medical' - This song starts with a musically intro for about a minute plus. This song, though a bit repetative, is absolutly beautiful.
9. 'Mexico' - This song reminds me of the Incubus song under the same name. Its probably my favorite song on the album, and the lyrics are amazing and i think a lot of people will be able to relate to them. Amazing.
11. 'Over And Out' - The lyrics are really cool. Its really different, and the chorus is really catchy. The vocals of the verse are being played through the 'radio' so its sounds really different.

Brandtson - sendUSAsignal should be in your collection if you dont have it. All of their record are timeless. No matter how you feel, or when it is you can enjoy listening to them. They are amazing, and you can expect future releases to be just as good.
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