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  • Audio CD (November 6, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Fearless Records
  • ASIN: B000W7Y2OQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #161,047 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Stop
2. Please Don't Do This
3. What If
4. Fireworks
5. Leavin'
6. Shine
7. Your Fault
8. Happy Someday
9. A Lonely September
10. Can't Turn Away
11. Penny (Perfect For You)
12. Radios In Heaven
13. Bonus Track: Cinderella Story
14. Bonus Track: Bruises
15. Bonus Track: Let's Pretend

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2007 digitally remastered and expanded edition of the Chicago Alternative Popsters' 2002 debut featuring three previously unreleased bonus tracks. This reissue comes with new artwork/packaging.

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I recommend these guys!
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This is one of those awesome CDs that you can listen to the whole way through without pressing skip.
Mary A. Baron
The lyrics are easy to relate to and well written.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By C. DiVincenzo on November 26, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Here's the track list because Amazon doesn't have it for some reason:

1. Stop
2. Please Don't Do This
3. What If
4. Fireworks
5. Leavin'
6. Shine
7. Your Fault
8. Happy Someday
9. Lonely September
10. Can't Turn Away
11. Penny (Perfect for You)
12. Radios in Heaven

This CD is great. The lyrics are easy to relate to and well written. Tom has a nice voice, and the band is good. This is pop punl at it's best.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Luke on August 22, 2002
Format: Audio CD
When a friend of mine came up to me with a cd from "a friend's band from Chicago", i was skeptical to say the least.. and as the intro to Stop, the first and title track, kicked in, my skepticism was left in the dust. The Plain White T's manage to combine the catchiness and punkish guitars of The Get Up Kids, with the hearbreaking lyrics of Dashboard Confessional, and diversity of speed and heaviness of Saves the Day. They combine all this for a fresh, pure new sound in by far the best album of 2002.
From the first track, the Plain White T's spill an incredible energy, a rarity to the current emo scene. The guys bring two things that emo hasn't seen in a while.. more traditional timing and presentation of their guitar solos, that, in a word-- rock; and suprisingly, a little bit of optomism.. They are NOT just another bland ripoff of popular bands like Dashboard. Instead of loathing in self pity after the end of heartbreak, The T's, capture the thoughts going through the head of the dumped brilliantly, yet are not afraid to move on (What if) or blame the other person (all your fault) things not heard often in emo.
The Plain White T's also avoid the one dimension-ness of many new emo bands.. The songwriting is incredible, spaning from a plea to an alchoholic friend, (Shine) to an heartbreaking song of a lost friend (Radios in Heaven).. The classic emo themes are definately not lost, however. The song Lonely September, my favorite on the album, is one of the best pure acoustic emo songs i've heard in a long long while. The lyrics capture the loneliness, helplessness, and paranoia of a breakup like only emo can. (Example- "Sitting here all by myself just trying to think of somethin to do, tryin to think of somethin anything just to keep me from thinking of you). Stop is built beautifully..
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By KATY BABY on January 6, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Last year, while watching MTV's real world/road rules challenge, I heard the song "what if" and did some research to find out who sang it because i really liked it. After finding out it was the Plain White T's, I checked out their cd and instantly fell in love with it. All of my friends are now hooked on the Plain White T's! I have been able to sample some songs coming out on their new album (which drops January 25th) and what can I say, they are great songs. You can check them out at [...]

The Top Songs I recommend are

Stop (awesome song! it's very catchy and puts you in a good mood. "you say the word maybe, cause it always means no....but i'm keeping my hopes up that some day you'll grow..UP!")

A Lonely September (again an awesome song. it's slower and the lyrics are AMAZING. i seriously wish i had the skills to write this song myself. it's about remembering a girl from the past. "im sitting here all by myself just trying to think of something to do/ trying to think of something, anything just to keep me from thinking of you.")
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Fred D. Bline on June 28, 2006
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I must admit, I had never heard of this band until a good friend of mine sent me a song of theirs. The moment I heard it, I was hooked. The lyrics are intelligent and tap into real emotion. A must have for anyone who likes to have some substance with their strumming.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Miss Print VINE VOICE on May 5, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I first heard of Plain White T's through a friend and after finding their album "Every Second Counts" (and loving it!) I decided to go and find the band's other CDs too.

It's hard to pick one favorite song here because they're all so good. Like most of the band's songs the lyrics are really powerful. Sometimes they're called Alternative and Punk, but I'd term their music as closer to rock--something similar to Daniel Powter and a little softer than Matchbox 20 (circa "More than you think you are") and a little angrier/punkier than Train.

"Radios in Heaven" is likely the most well known song on this album. It's a classic lost love ballad and is quite good. However, I find the band's break up songs to be much more powerful and evocative. My personal favorite on this CD is "Penny (Perfect for you)." The song begins with the recurring line "What's your car doing outside his house, it's three o'clock in the morning"--a line that sets up the theme for rest of the song. Interestingly, this song keeps the same tempo and upbeat sound of other songs on the album (like "Happy Someday"--a forward-looking song about not dwelling on regrets) so that it is only with repeated listening that the underlying meaning comes through.

That's the great thing about this album. The songs are all multi-dimensional and offer a unique experience.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 30, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I'm from the Chicago suburbs and I've been a fan of the Plain White T's for two years now. I saw them at a Battle of the Bands and immediately was hooked by their catchy songs and fun live show. I bought their first CD and became a huge fan. When "Stop" was released I was skeptical that I could like it more than their previous CD, but I was pleasantly surprised. Their writing improved immensely and I found that I could relate to so many of the songs.
The best thing about this CD is the array of emotions that are displayed throughout the songs. This is not a one-dimensional breakup CD or anything like that. It goes from sweet ("Fireworks") to bitter ("Please Don't Do This") and then bittersweet ("Radios in Heaven"). There's the anthem to determination ("What If") and the anthem to doing what you want ("Happy Someday"). If the entergetic "Stop" doesn't get stuck in your head for days, you must be a drone. My three favorite songs on the CD are "Shine" (a beautiful song that is both depressing and uplifting), "A Lonely September" (an achingly gorgeous song about love lost), and "Penny (Perfect For You)" (the most wonderful display of anger that makes me want to jump around my room and punch things).
All in all, "Stop" is a catchy, diverse CD that has a lot to offer. If you like pop-punk/emo, you will love this CD. And if you love this CD, you need to see the Plain White T's live, because they don't disappoint.
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