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Thursday have always been difficult to categorize. Although they famously rose out of New Brunswick, New Jersey’s basement culture they’ve always been far too cerebral to be considered a traditional hardcore band. Over their eleven-year career they’ve toured with everyone from the Cure to Cursive, but have retained an inherent aggressiveness that can only come from being ... Read more in Amazon's Thursday Store

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  • Audio CD (September 16, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2003
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Island
  • ASIN: B0000C5ROW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (234 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,048 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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New Jersey post-hardcore quintet's third album follows 2001's Full Collapse and is their first for major label Island. More streamlined and melodic than their previous efforts, without compromising their powerful, aggressive, intelligentand musically complex sound. Features guest appearances from Cursive's Gretta Cohn and Onelinedrawing's Jonah Matranga and includes the single 'For the Workforce, Drowning' which appeared on a split 7" with labelmates Thrice.

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When I first listened to the CD every single song was great.
Andrew Richards
War All the Time, Thursday's second full-length album, is hands down one of the best of the year and one of the best that I've ever bought.
The lyrics and music combine perfectly to create the ideal atmosphere for the song, really moving and powerful.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A. Kohler on September 18, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Ok, let me find a way to put this in simple words...This album is important, revolutionary, and powerful. It is important that you hear this, and that own it. "War All the Time" is a album that everyone should hear, and that everyone should own. Just like albums as perfect as Refused "Shape of Punk to Come" or Jimmy Eat World "Clarity", or Thursday "Full Colapse" (yes, they are that good to have made 2 perfect albums). War should be heard and should be cherished. It is one of the best albums written in the past ten years, and is just a powerful, moving, important record. It has the power to change lives and is a true piece of art. My nomination for album of the year. Thursday is an important band, a band that everyone should listen to and that should never stop making music. Buy this album, and go see Thursday live. Best live band I've ever seen, you will be shocked at how good they are live.
*Normally I wouldn't judge each song for an album review, but this album deserves it. Thank you Thursday.
For the Workforce Drowning - What an opener. A strong, heavy catchy song that could serve as a single or as a new fan favorite. Truly amazing, especially near the end. Wow. 10/10
Between Rupture and Rapture - heavy, but pretty forgettable. Don't get me wrong, even though I say it's forgettable, it's still really really good. 7/10
Division St. - Best song on the CD, heavy, powerful, amazing. I'll change my mind half way through this review, but right now it's the best on the CD. 10/10
Signals Over The Air - I thought this song was a little weak the first few times I heard it, but it's grown on me, and it's amazing. A great, straight forward catchy song.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on June 3, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I'll just say, this album is stunning. I have always been impressed with Thrusday, but upon first full listen of WATT I fell in love. The music is harder, yet more melodic and harmonic, the mood it sets is a poisoned, rotting city, adn the lyrics are what wins me over. Thurwsdya has inspired me beyond belief. This CD is emo, but not the regular kind, not songs about fights over a girl, but about betrayal, the blessing and curse of love, and crumbling naiton of America.

For The Workforce, Drowning-10: Great intro, urgent feel, great guitar, and greatly benefited by the use of keyboards on this Thursday album. The lyrics are some of the best. "Memos swim throguh the current, computers spark like flares,I can see them, they don't touch me, touch me." A song about the prison thats everyday adult life, everyday being the same, and being near brainwashed by our jobs.

Between Rupture and Rapture-6: Good guiatr, not one of my favorites, but it grows on me.

Division St.-8: A new direction for Thusday. Heavy music with lots of melodies, a tragic song about betrayal of singer Geoff Rickley's friend, who he turned away from after discovering they were on heavy drugs, and was stabbed in the leg.

Signals Over The Air-9: First single of this cd, which pulled me in from the first listen on FUSE. People have said this song is about Geoff complaining Thursday doesnt get enough play-time. WRONG. "They stole the love from our lives and put the sex on the radio." This song is about the commercilazation of sex. Magazines have horrible articles on covers, for all to see, such as "25 sex tips to blow you away, try #17 tonight." The human race is sick with lust.

Marches and Manuevers-6: A song about the despair of war, and how it holds no glory.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By LurkerAbyss on December 22, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I have a tried and true theory about emo music which I like to call the "Rule of 3". Now, there are exceptions, but most of the time, the Rule of 3 helps you to separate the special bands from the generic ones based off just the first two or three albums. Here's how it works:

1st album: A new emo band comes onto the scene, their first album is just absolutely amazing and is regarded as their best work, or even a masterpiece.

2nd album: The elements that made the first album so great seem to be lacking here, but the sophomore release is still alright in some ways.

3rd album: The fire has dimmed, and what you get is "just another emo band" that is nothing too different from all the others.

Now, don't get me wrong, I love bands such as Taking Back Sunday and The Used, but with the direction they are going, they are looking to becoming just another victim of the Rule of 3. Same with the band Rufio.

Now, this rule does get broken, and THAT's where we discover the best of the best. Bands that dare to let the flame keep burning, bands that dare to keep making better and better music. Bands like Jimmy Eat World, My Chemical Romance.....and Thursday.

Waiting was a solid debut, but the future of this band was still unsure. They managed to tap into most of the elements of success, but then Full Collapse was released and Thursday showed that they are serious about this, that they are aware of the talent they possess. War All The Time is an utter masterpiece, and Thursday have once again outdone themselves. This is the future, people. THIS is music.
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