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Gives You Hell

Gives You Hell

December 16, 2008
4.5 out of 5 stars 46 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: December 16, 2008
  • Release Date: December 16, 2008
  • Label: DGC/Interscope
  • Copyright: (C) 2008 DGC/Interscope Records
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  • Duration: 3:33 minutes
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  • ASIN: B001NBO0KG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 46 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,241 Paid in Songs (See Top 100 Paid in Songs)

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I like the song. It is what I expected to buy. Since then it has become a little played out on the radio, TV ads, etc. When I purchased it I got what I wanted. You can listen to a short portion of it before purchase to make sure it's the song you are looking for.
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I had known about this song for some time but when I ran across an Ex ,,, and this song started running in my mind, so I had to buy it... Thanks AAR for helping me to realize that we all have someone like this in our past...
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Silently propelling through the muddled pop punk genre, with hits like "Swing Swing," and the breakout "Dirty Little Secret," AAR has returned, and after a little lull, they've come back to give you hell, or their girlfriend hell at least... Well, maybe it's just me, but I was totally confused about the lyrics, as he wants to give his girlfriend hell, and he's lying about something, which makes you question his motives and what he says all-together.

Confusing lyrics aside, the song is a great arena rocker in the style of Fall Out Boy, causing you to pump fists, and join in with the chorus. It's rather catchy, and although the verses are a bit lackluster, the chorus brings home the money.

Overall, I'd call it worthy of the band's catalog, and it's certainly one of their best. It seems they're going after Fall Out Boy's audience, so expect some friendly competition, or sound-alikes in the future. But for now,

Real Score: 4.5
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There is no doubt about the fact that this past year, there really haven't been many good songs that were released. But, there always are a few surprises that come out when you least expect it. That has been the case with All-American Rejects. They have had a few ahockers with Dirty Little Secret to name as a example. For their latest single, gives You Hell, it wasn't really interesting at first, but after a few listens, it is surprisingly catchy. I really hope that they can come out with more interesting songs like this one soon. But when it comes down to it, it doesn't really give you hell, but gives you a sense of pleasure.

Song: B-
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By KMG on March 13, 2009
Have you ever had a break up that wasn't "your fault?" A part of you wants to cry, but that other part wants to, you know... give the dumper hell. You "bump into" your ex at the bar, at a party, at school, at an office party, at the elderly home (whatever age bracket you're in) and you're thinking "Thank god I wore my sexy dress today- my make up is perfect and so are my shoes!... and now for the killer smile that shows how much of a mistake he made."
It's not necessarily that you'd actually WANT your ex back, but it is good to know that someone you once loved still has feelings for you in some small way.
This song is one of its kind! Though I'm not really into the whole boys grow their hair out long phase that these poor kids are going through these days (no I don't understand why boys are painting their nails and wearing skinny jeans tighter than mine!), but I can definitely feel the power in this song, its catchy rhythm and its relation to how everyone who's anyone has felt at least once in their lives.
Rock out to it, laugh at it, cry to it- it doesn't matter. It kicks [major behind]!
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It's catchy. Clever.

Your foot taps along to it.

The guitars just work.

The lyrics are nice and spiteful.

A welcome addition to the All-American Reject catalog.

Production: B- (simple but perfectly fitting)
Vocals: C+
Lyrics: B-
Replay Value: C+
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I only purchase off of Amazon songs I WANT & LOVE=Why would I ever give less than 5 stars to any mp3 I had purchased unless the mp3 was bad quality which NEVER HAPPENS?
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