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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 14, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hopeless Records
  • ASIN: B004WDPXKS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,923 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Inspired by Allen Ginsberg's 1956 poem "America," The Wonder Years' Suburbia You've Given Me All And Now I'm Nothing is an introspective, heartfelt, and honest journey that tells the story of a growing culture of people trying to find their place in the world without compromising the beliefs that make them who they are. With intelligent lyrics, and the catchy, raw, and driving pop punk of The Wonder Years, Suburbia is both a cultural manifesto and a great summer album that will serve as the anthem of a generation.

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Great voice, well-written songs!
kingzaprat
The specific subject matter of his songs aren't directly relateable, but it's so easy to empathise with him and the way he feels about his life.
Miller from Sydney
I would reccomend this to anyone that likes great music!
Casey Sloss

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Paul on June 24, 2011
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and on the first listen, it felt like maybe dan and the gang really had moved on and were getting away with the great life of a disgruntled pop-punk band on the road. but the more i listened and read along to the songs, the more i realized they haven't really gone anywhere except from their mom's basement to richie's basement, and all they're really trying to say is, "i'm okay with where i'm at, and it's a start." they've accepted their south philly heritage and acknowledge it has made them who they are.

came out swinging - a chronicle to life on the road and learning to deal with being in a band that has to tour to stay alive. an awesome kick-off song that serves as a "Last Time On The Wonder Years..." refresher on where the band have been since the release of "the upsides", and the growing they've done since then. campbell recognizes he's got a ways to go, but: [if i'm being honest, i'm getting there.]

woke up older - apparently campbell had enough time to get his heart broken since the last album. he compares his heartbreak to growing old and balding. this song has the sweetest hook in it, and as soon as i heard it, i knew it would be my favorite song on the album. [hey jess, i woke up older carrying two years in the bags under my eyes.]

local man ruins everything - harbors my favorite one-liner on the entire album. this is the flagship song of the entire album. it waves the banner of "f--k the past and all that whining. this is life, and this is how i deal." awesome group vocals and sentiments make this one of the better tracks. [i'm not a self-help book, i'm just a f----d up kid.]

suburbia - with a length of :53, this one was a little disappointing the first time i heard it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Miller from Sydney on May 22, 2012
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`Suburbia I've Given You All and Now I'm Nothing' would probably be classified as a pop punk album, but placing it in this category doesn't do it justice. This isn't some overproduced radio garbage, with the same power chord progressions and structure in every song, nor does it have the clichéd themes we've heard 1000 times before. The lyrics and tone of the vocals are just so amazingly honest and genuine. Soupy has poured his heart into this album, and you can truly feel his emotion and conviction in every word, showing tender and sombre sides, as well as his raw passionate energy. The specific subject matter of his songs aren't directly relateable, but it's so easy to empathise with him and the way he feels about his life.

In terms of musicianship, this album is unchallenged by any other pop punk band. The drums are straight up flawless. They are so varied: full of unique flourishes, insanely fast fills, and tricky syncopated beats. But none of it ever sounds indulgent, and doesn't take away focus from the rest of the song, managing to move frantically all over the drum kit while fitting into each song perfectly. The variation on the guitars is very impressive too, combining intricate picking, catchy octave melodies and solid rhythm riffs. There are also some skillful bass lines and licks around the place.

You appreciate this album more and more with every listen, and I can honestly say it has changed my outlook on life this year. Seriously, buy it.

It's not about forcing happiness;
It's about not letting the sadness win.
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Great voice, well-written songs! Played this repeatedly for at least a month. Put them up there with New Found Glory (big compliment). POP-PUNK with a little EMO thrown in--fine effort!
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By Josh Hilbrand on May 9, 2014
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Listen to these guys! Great album with some catchy tunes. It's a little more grown up than their previous work, but without losing the energy and overall tone.
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By Casey Sloss on April 5, 2014
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I bought this as a or that present for my brother! It's a great album and we both love it! I would reccomend this to anyone that likes great music!
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I just saw these guys live and they put on an amazing show! They played a bunch of songs off this record and they sounded awesome. Support The Wonder Years and buy this great album.
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