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The Devil And God Are Raging Inside Me [Vinyl] Limited Collector's Edition, HiFi Sound

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This is the vinyl counterpart to the 2006 hit release by Brand New entitled "The Devil And God Are Raging Inside Me". The CD has sold over 250,000 to date. With the new album "Daisy" out and touring on the horizon, this double LP release is sure to be a hit.


[T]he selling -- and sticking -- point is still the dark drama, with shadowy, shimmery textures, agonized choruses and frontman Jesse Lacey yowling away. --Rolling Stone

[With] unabashedly large, dynamic, midtempo bangers lifted by the doubled, loquacious lines of frontman Jesse Lacey. --Cmj
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  • Vinyl (March 23, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Limited Collector's Edition, HiFi Sound
  • Label: Triple Crown
  • Run Time: 55 minutes
  • ASIN: B002QF31GM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (215 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #207,868 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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111 of 118 people found the following review helpful By thricetimes on December 11, 2006
Format: Audio CD
well, this albums been out for about a month now and i've listened to it about 30 times roughly. i've blasted it in my car, fallen asleep to it on a few occasions, and i've listened to it very thoroughly with headphones while reading the lyrics. even though it took about 3 years to get the nerve to write a review on "deja entendu", i believe i'm ready to announce judgement on "the devil and god are raging inside me". i'll try to do this from a musical and open-minded approach rather than being bias about the album.

my final judgement of the album is that it's GENIUS. it's a flat-out amazing record that blurs together genres as well as ditch some as well. their first album "your favorite weapon" was an amazing record and i consider it to be pop punk done right with an "edge" to it. the huge transition and progression from "weapon..." to their second album "deja entendu" was nearly catastrophic as every one knows. i didn't think i was hearing the same band when i listened to that record at first. it took about 8 listens to realize what "deja" was all about and that's when i found it's genius within.

beware (or rejoice) brand new fans, because brand new have evolved and progressed once again. they basically ditch all of their old ideas and song structures on weapon and deja and have created a new record and sound with amazing guitars, clever/meaningful lyrics, and just stunning music! it took me awhile to figure out how to write a review on deja so this one won't be easy as well. so here it goes, and i hope it gives people an insight of what this new offering sounds like from brand new.

the 3 biggest overall changes i noticed with this album are the following:

1) the overall dark theme of all the songs....
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Ryan L on January 22, 2007
Format: Audio CD
This is not meant to be a real review for those of you out there who do not have the album, but you are entitled to read it either way.

When i first bought the CD, I think i was almost more excited just to get it open and hold it in my hands. This album was 3 years in the making and possibly the most worthwhile wait i've ever encountered.

Their first record has hints of what was to come with their intense lyrical style, the intelligent wording and the metaphors but that album had an overwhelming sense of pop-punk to it that really allowed it to fall by the wayside in the eye of the critical press. The second album was almost a new band, Deja Entendu was possibly the most drastic progression for a band i had ever heard. The lyrics turned from clever ways of saying that a girl left you to clever ways of saying much more important things. Songs like "Sic Transit Gloria... Glory Fades" and "Guernica" dealt with much more thought provoking ideas. The first dealt with a boy being forced into sex by a willing and experienced girl but it hinted at the boy lying to say he wasn't a virgin and the girl was just trying to impress him whereas "Guernica" dealt with Jesse Lacey(singer and song writer)'s grandfather who was diagnosed with lung cancer during the writing of the album.

The new album is an even more drastic jump from Deja. The Devil and God are Raging Inside Me is full of Bible references, sad stories & insight into Jesse's personal life that only he can give you.

The first song, "Sowing Season (Yeah)" is said to be about all the people who passed away during the making of the album (which totals up to 14 mentioned in the liner notes that accompany the album).
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J. McLean on November 27, 2006
Format: Audio CD
these are some points that bothered me about some reviews:

inaudible lyrics: lots of the songs on deja entendu were difficult to understand, i remember listening to "the quiet things..." for the first time, as well as many others on deja, and having no clue what was being said. that goes for tons of songs by any band. when he wants to be heard word for word he is, and when maybe the raw emotion and music are more important lacey lets those shine more than the specific words he is saying.

the slow beginnings to songs is another style that was used on deja, look at "tommy gun" and "play crack the sky," which is compeltely slow -slow doesn't mean bad. unlike other bands, brand new doesn't use soft parts of songs to simply set up a more energetic part. there isn't a soft bridge on every song like most bands utilize that use the same chords simply softer. they are placed deliberately and consistently.

additionally, many of the songs are three chord songs -some using the exact same chords and progression. the chorus of tommy gun is the same as the verse for the quiet things, g, c, e, c. that doesn't make it bad, it's the layering of the music that makes it more complex. yfw is a cd full of three chord songs. in the devil and god the tempo changes and complete changes in sound within songs are put to great use in this cd and the lead guitar on this album is superb compared to their last two. the layering of guitar riffs and sounds is a great change from the previous two albums.

as for the screaming, its a stylistic choice that shows the rage inside of him -hence the title of the cd. the cd is about opposing forces within him -delicacy and rage, good and bad. you can't criticize them for a choice to change their style.
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since when has sounding like and complaining like a 5 yearold girl been...
pssst. punk rock as you know and love it is dead. The social conflicts of yesteryear are just that, over. Realize that as society evolves music evolves. To think musical genres are a constant measure is ridiculous. Rap music, rock music, gospel music, etc. all hold new meanings... Read More
Mar 19, 2007 by TBOGGS |  See all 30 posts
Jesus Christ....
if you're still thinking about this stuff, i just want you to know it's worth it to give it serious thought. i can identify with some of what you're saying (spent some time in the middle east with the military, too), and i know what it's like to wonder what happens after this life. God uses... Read More
Dec 11, 2008 by D. Marrs |  See all 2 posts
Jesse, Where's The EP?
Ian when those tracks came out they were attached to a note clearly stating that they would most likely not be on the album. They were never meant to be. I will agree with you that those tracks are amazing but you seem to act like the new album isnt anything special. While I can't say how well... Read More
Nov 15, 2006 by Ryan G. Howard |  See all 16 posts
demo track names please!!!!
This is what the songs were titled on playlists when they played them live.

#1 (Good Man)
#3 (Brothers)
#5 (Nobody Moves, Nobody Gets Hurt)
#6 (Mamas)
#7 (Fork and Knife)
#8 (Yeah)

#5 is an amazing track. My favorite of the demos.
Jul 5, 2007 by Tyler Barlass |  See all 5 posts
This album is ok
It's alright. I've heard the demos and i would say about 2 of the songs were pretty good, but not nearly as good as half the songs on the new album.
Jan 1, 2007 by Scarecrow |  See all 9 posts
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