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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 21, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Tooth & Nail Records
  • ASIN: B000EOTF0S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #164,832 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Hawk Nelson is not only one of the biggest buzz bands of the year hitting the scene with the crazy antics and great debut release Letters to the President, but not they are establishing themselves quickly as one of the the bands that everyone loves- and now with the release Smile, Its the End of the World,- they are here to stay! Tooth & Nail. 2006.

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Rachel on July 25, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I have to admit. This album is NOT Letters to the President. But I am COMPLETELY fine with that. I find it lame when album after album sounds the same.

Before continuing I want to say that I understand that everyone has their own opinions. I do believe that those opinions can be voiced too harshly though.

Let me begin by saying that there was one review that said Hawk Nelson stood for "unintelligent lyrics and really boring and standard music." Actually...I was quite offended by that review. First, It mentioned conformists and so on. In my opinion, listening to Hawk Nelson is NOT conforming. Listening to all of the other secular and what-not music that is out today is conforming. I am sure that the vast majority of my high school has never heard of, or heard Hawk Nelson. Second, I don't believe there is any mention of boys and girls clapping on the whole CD. Thank You. I personally love Relient K also, but would not compare them to Hawk because they are two totally different bands. I would also like to point out to that person that they spelled Relient K incorrectly. Obviously you don't love them THAT much. J

To anyone who complains that the lyrics are lacking, or not "deep enough," please get over it. Not all music has to make you question or reflect on yourself, life, or whatever. There is some stuff that is just FUN. Plus, I don't find this album to be completely this way... at all. The same review claimed they "like bands like reliant k and fall out boy" because "at least they have SOME depth" Relient K, yes, but no more. Fall Out Boy....yeah, a little more, but some songs are un-deep also.

I'll expand my thoughts on the CD one song at a time.

1. The One Thing I Have Left - 9/10

A good solid song.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By J. Neufeld on September 17, 2006
Format: Audio CD
First off, I really enjoyed 'Letters to the President.' I thought it was a great debut for Hawk Nelson. There was enough fun and depth through it that I could really see them going places, and I hoped they would.

And now they have, with another beautifully FUN album! 'Smile, It's The End Of The World' has grown on me a lot, almost solidifying itself into my car stereo. There's nothing here not to like!

From the hard hitting opener, 'The One Thing I Have Left,' to the rocking party songs 'The Show' and 'Bring 'Em Out,' to the emotionally deep 'Zero' and 'Head on Collision,' this album takes what Hawk Nelson did in 'Letters' and runs with it, with scissors.

There's one thing I don't understand about this album: why are there so many idiots out there reviewing it that don't even bother to listen to it? Before you go bashing a band (and their listeners) actually pay attention to it, and then post something intelligent. You're just making yourself look arrogant and ignorant.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Danil C. Malm on April 5, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I bought this CD the first day it was released (April, 4), and I've been listening to it every chance I get. It has a lot of upbeat, catchy songs with some really good slower songs. While not all the songs are completely "Christian," with some talking about love ("Hello" and "It's Over"), and others just to pump up a crowd ("Bring 'Em Out"). But songs like "Is Forever Enough," "Nothing Left to Show," "Every Thing You Ever Wanted," and "Head on Collision," do have good Christian messages. All in all, a good CD, but not the best I've heard. That's why I've given it only 4 out of 5 stars. Hope you enjoy the CD as much as me, and God Bless!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on March 28, 2007
Format: Audio CD
As soon as I heard Hawk Nelson at the 2007 Winter Jam Tour in Mobile, AL, I knew I just HAD to get one of their CDs. A couple days later my dad picked up "Smile, It's The End of the World" for me, and since then my sister and I have been blasting this CD on her stereo almost daily! Every song is extremely catchy, especially "Everything You Ever Wanted", "Zero", and "Head On Collision". At times the band could start to "scream" instead of "sing", and some of the songs sound almost non-Christian, but the album is still better than average. When I say that some of the songs are almost "non-Christian", I mean that they turn into almost "love" songs. Also, this album ISN'T for adults or young children--I think only teens will enjoy this one.

However, all in all this CD is still one of my favorites--and Hawk Nelson seems like Stellar Kart's twin!!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Heaven's Child on June 3, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Hawk Nelson is definatly one my favorite bands! The main reason is my life lines up with almost everyone of their lyrics. If you are a Christian fed up with wash out or mainstream Christian rock groups, you will find satisfaction in both albums Letters To The President and Smile, It's the End of the World. But why give it a 5 star just for that, its fast songs leave the crowd satisfied with that rock feel while still delivering a good set of lyrics unlike most secular rock groups. Its slow songs are packed with emotion and tells storys. After taking a listen most people will decide, they either love them or hate them, there really is no inbetween. I am on the love side and hope you enjoy this album as much as I do.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By RaisedOnSpitalfield on July 6, 2006
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...it isn't that bad either. I, personally, couldn't get into about 8 of the songs on here, which keeps it from an average 3 star rating. While LTTP was straight-up pop-punk, 'smile' is something different. They sound alot like a pop version of TFK, and while TFK is awesome, they're also far from "pop". There's alot of shouting too, especially on the song "zero", which ruins the overall flow of the songs. And the lyrics? Well, just listen to 'hello' and you'll understand. Not the best songwriters, those nelson boys.

On a side note, whats the deal with Hawk Nelson and the song "man overboard" by blink 182. On LTTP, we had the song "things we go through". I remember hearing it for the first time and thinking; 'wow, those verses sound EXACTLY like the ones on man overboard'. I practically laughed when I heard "It's Over". The riff is EXACTLY the same as the opening riff on 'man overboard', like listen to the two side by side, and you couldn't tell the difference. Weird.

If you like catchy pop-rock, and don't mind filler, you might like 'smile'. If you liked LTTP or just like QUALITY pop-punk in general, save yourself the $$$ and download. I did, and I'm glad, too.
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