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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 11, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rise Records
  • ASIN: B001H1OUYS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #108,022 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This band got so much hate when they released this album, and I think that's really sad because this is one of the most influential and progressive albums in metalcore to date, its one of my all time favorite albums, and it is just straight up amazing. I challenge all of you to go out of your comfort zones a bit and give this album a chance before you judge it based on the first listen. When I first heard the band, I hated them, but after investing a little time in their stuff I came to love it. Old Attack Attack! will always have a special place in my heart <3
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By gabriel on September 19, 2013
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i absolutely love this CD! its always been one of my favorites, and it came in perfect condition! (except for a few cracks on the CD case) but for the price you just can't beat it!! (bought it used) it also was delivered very fast!! Before the delivery estimate!! All in all i love this CD! thanks!!
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While not as amazing as their newest effort (the self-titled album), this cd is still very much listenable, inventive and outright fun. As with anything Attack Attack!, so long as you don't mind finding techno-pop mixed with metal, you're likely going to find something to love here.
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this is defiantly one of my favorite cds ive played this over a hundred times literally.
its a great cd full of catchy choruses and hard hitting breakdowns.
everyone that call this cd an "abomination" probably isnt fit to right a reliable review.
buy it, download it, just get it.
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The whole taking adjective and adding core to the end creating a genre thing is almost as annoying as the music itself. Crab-core, really? because they spread there legs like crabs when they play? funny, yes. Stupid, very. Possibly the worst genre name since shoegaze. But if your into metal, screamo, or hardcore, Attack Attack is actually pretty fun.

Once you get past the overtly religious in your face preachery it's actually quite a fun ride. Their shows are a blast as well...To bad for the album it is hit or miss. 'Stick Stickly' has a great riffs, 'Bro, Ashley's Here' and 'Shred, White, And Blue' are all totally fun from a genre that thrives it's self on being too cool and serious. 'The Peopls Elbow' and 'Catfish Soup' are both decent yet not great.

The rest of the album is well, you can just forget about it because it is totally forgetable. Not memorable at all. The synth breaks are used well and add an element of good time to the music. The screams are pretty good, and the guitar work, while nothing special is far from bad.
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Wow. I heard these guys and I realized that with a few easy steps (and a whole lot of money) anyone can produce and release a ready-made album that they'll expect people to eat up like candy:

Step 1: Name your band after something you think sounds cool. Nevermind that the band's name is already in use by another band. As long as you think it's cool, it's yours.

Step 2. Make sure the production value masks the fact that the guys in the band can't play their instruments. Trigger the drums, make sure the guitars are "extra crunchy", and please make sure there's plenty of auto-tune on the vocals, because God forbid people actually learn to sing nowadays.

Step 3. To compose songs, take some mean sounding "chugga chugga" riffs that were played out when Atreyu was doing it earlier this decade, throw in some of the typical "I'm-hurt-and-brooding" pseudo-emo vocals, and have some carnival-techno playing whenever you run out of the first two ingredients. Song structure is irrelevant as long as you got "the hook" somewhere in the song. While you're at it, make sure you name the songs after either pop-culture references or day-to-day observations because that's cool!

Step 4. Take everything Buddyhead claims is cool and run 15 miles with it. Make sure you've all got jet black hair that's combed in front of your face, make sure you've got plenty of tats, and play those guitars waaaaaay low. You look so frightening and dark; just like everyone else in your scene.

I wish I could have a rosier opinion of this group, but these guys are the prime example of people who do music to tell people they're signed and in a band as opposed to having a voice that's worth hearing. This is as generic as they come and I'm not a fan.
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As a fan of many genres, including my beloved post-hardcore (screamo to some) I listened to Attack Attack because I was told they were the worst abomination to come out of the ageing hardcore scene in a long while. I was intrigued at the potential awfullness, and upon finishing Someday Came Suddenly, I would have to agree; this is really, really bad. Calling Attack Attack's sound as music is a stretch. The entire album is one long, screaming breakdown mixed in with some boring techno, autotuned vocals, and cliched christian lyrics. I can't believe it takes 6 men to create this! No songs have any structure, or are intelligently written. But to be honest it had to come to this. So many bands are riding the post-hardcore scene wave and trying to cross genres by apeing it's sound and popularity that it was only a matter of time before a band like them would come around. Instead of progressing the post-hardcore sound by building on it's merits, this album is more of a degression. It's simplistic to the point of being insulting. This band may sell records to kids, but no person over 18 could possibly see this as good music. This is just as bad as the Hollywood Undead/Brokencyde whatever-core bands that plauge the genre I so dearly love, and give any music with screaming a bad name.

Garbage.
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