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We Do What We Want

March 29, 2011 | Format: MP3

$9.49
Also available in CD Format
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: March 25, 2011
  • Release Date: March 29, 2011
  • Label: Tooth & Nail (TNN)
  • Copyright: (C) 2011 Tooth & Nail Records
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  • Total Length: 39:49
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  • ASIN: B004RCIAEA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,893 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

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Let's get down to business, I like this album, and I think it's worth your money too. Buy it.

I remember the first snippet I heard from 'Scissors' a few months ago. It was only a few seconds long, but those boys had me at 'breakdown'. As you might have heard, it IS a lot heavier than their other albums. I have never heard such quick double bass pedal footwork from their drummer, Dave. You can tell he has worked hard, and it has paid off. Even though the band has lost 'two frontman' approach with the departure of Devin, they haven't lost their signature vocal sound. Toby's voice is clear as a bell when he sings. Josh and Toby both scare the bejeezus out of me when they scream... and boy DO they.

Overall, I love the 'sound' of the record. The liner notes say that their guitarist Matt was a producer for most of the record. Whatever he tweaked with the buttons pushed and knobs twisted, he did a great job. If I ever release a heavy rock album (Lord forbid, it would be horrible), I would want Matt to mix it.

So, what are you still doing reading this review? Buy it!! If you have heard a previous Emery album and liked it, I guarantee you will be satisfied with this one too. Haven't yet heard of Emery? Let this be your first purchase of theirs. You'll like it. It will melt your face.... and you will like that too.

(Yeah..I didn't give this a five star rating. To me, five stars is perfect out of perfect. Yes, this is really good, but it's not the best album I've ever listened to. I haven't found the BEST album EVER yet. If I do find the perfect album, I will be sure to let you all know)
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By Josh on April 12, 2011
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The amount of enjoyable music on this album is great for the price, but I have to say that it isn't quite as good as In Shallow Seas We Sail or The Question. Nonetheless, this band deserves its success. I'm glad I bought this album, and it's definitely worth the money.
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By Gibson on March 31, 2011
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Emery Combines screaming with beautiful harmonies. This album is heavier than they typically are and at first it sound a bit chaotic. But, this album is very organized and well thought out. Not an amazing album necessarily, but fun, creative and, at many times, pretty.
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If this album represents the inception of this new Emery, I'm excited to hear more of what's to come. We Do What We Want hits hard, soft, and every space in between. Emery is a great band, and this is just more of them being great. It starts out harder than their previous albums, but slowly progresses towards a more mellow sound. Same meaningful, catchy lyrics as always, same great musicianship. Buy this album if you like Emery, or if you just like hard rock.
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I have been a fan of Emery since seeing them at the Warped tour six or seven years ago. When they play in a small club in my small city the energy in ridiculous! I feel 18 again when they take the stage (I am 39 ). They are so much fun to see live. They did mention this was going to be their heaviest album yet. This is a creative band and you won't regret checking out their music or a show.
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So I liked Emery a lot before. (My Pandora station is titled Emery Radio) This album rocked my socks off. I listened to it for at least a week straight! I saw them in concert the day after I got it which made it even better seeing them live. Do yourself a favor and buy this album! Buy all of them because they're an awesome band and deserve the support.
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When Emery released their first CD, Tooth & Nail records ran an advertisement that stated, "The hype is real." Well, years later the hype is real again. My favorite Emery albums are The Weak's End and While Broken Hearts Prevail. I think this is on par or better than them. If you have every like Emery, get this CD.
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When Emery released their first CD, Tooth & Nail records ran an advertisement that stated, "The hype is real." Well, years later the hype is real again. My favorite Emery albums are The Weak's End and While Broken Hearts Prevail. I think this is on par or better than them. If you have every like Emery, get this CD.
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