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Let's Cheers To This

Let's Cheers To This

May 9, 2011
4.6 out of 5 stars 60 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: May 9, 2011
  • Release Date: May 9, 2011
  • Label: Rise Records
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  • Total Length: 40:33
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  • ASIN: B004XUD866
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 60 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,112 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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Format: Audio CD
I'm a huge fan of Sleeping with Sirens. I totally fell in love with their first album, and I was wary of how this next album would be like, but it's definitely good. In comparison to WETSAETH, the songs on this album is a little bit less grunge/screaming and a little bit more vocals, imo but that doesn't make the album bad. I'll take all the vocals from Kellin Quinn that I can take. That voice is just beautiful. There's a tad more alternative sound to it too, towards the end tracks, and that's not a bad thing either. Over, it's a great album!!!
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Sleeping With Sirens has come back with a bang after their debut, With Ears To See And Eyes To Hear. This album is definitely different, but definitely still Sleeping With Sirens. They've changed their sound a bit; opting for a more pop-rock sound than the previous post-hardcore jam. Kellin Quinn's vocals are still, well, Kellin Quinn vocals. They are the most constant aspect of SWS's sound; as well as my favorite. I wasn't quite as enamored with this album as I was the first one; but I still thoroughly enjoy it.

You won't find many of the screamed breakdowns and double-bass blasts that are prevalent in With Ears To See And Eyes To Hear. The heaviest song on the album, Four Corners and Two Sides, features some frequent screaming, but that is about as far as it goes. The music stays in a pretty focused groove, not doing much outside of a typical rock sound.

I was very impressed with the instrumentation from With Ears To See And Eyes To Hear, and even though I would normaly dislike a follow-up like this where the music actually digressed, Kellin's vocals are so amazing that I'll forgive it all. I guess you could think of it as a pop or rock album where the music is only there to support the vocals.

Overall, it's a great album. Solid intrumentally, fantastic vocals; every song is solid. Recommended for any Sleeping With Sirens or post-hardcore fan.

Favorite songs are: If You Can't Hang, A Trophy Father's Trophy Son, Fire, and All My Heart.
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I love to listen to this while I'm working out... Keeps me pumped and going during walks/runs!!! I started listening to this band because my daughter listens to them... Even a mom of a teenager can love this music!!!
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Lets Cheers to This is by far Sleeping With Sirens' best album to date. The lyrics are moving, the unclean vocals are not the kind of mindless screaming I associate with much of post-hardcore music, Kellin Quinn's vocals are as usual beautiful and take this band to the next level.

Do It Now Remember It Later: This song is the kind of catchy that gets you out of bed in the morning and makes you want to jump and yell. Despite this, the lyrics don't lose out on their meaning.

If You Can't Hang: The Song is Just as catchy as its predecessor. The vocals by Jessie and Kellin are really out of this world. The sound is just perfect.

Who Are you Now: This song also hits the mark and carries the thrust of the album onwards and upwards.

Four Corners And Two Sides: One of the nondescript songs, it is still good, just isn't overwhelming. A nice break from the incredible before it.

A Trophy Father's Trophy Son: While I've never had the sort of relationship this song describes with a father, I still find the song very moving. The emotion on display here by every piece of the band is great.

Fire: This song is good. Not amazing, not out of this world, just good.

Tally it up, Settle the Score: I personally think this is one of the unrecognized great songs. Everything in it is just right.

Your Nickel Ain't Worth My Dime: Another Good Song. I really love it, but I can see why it is less noticed than the first two.

Postcards and Polaroids: I really like the image they drum up with lyrics, and I would guess it is sick to see performed live. Another very good song off of an album that proves you can't ignore SWS.
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If I could, I would give this product zero stars. When I got the vinyl, I excitedly put it on my player only to find that it was so warped that the songs were unrecognizable. Disappointed, I contacted the seller and was sent a replacement. The replacement vinyl was the exact same as the first, warped beyond belief. I have never seen a vinyl so warped. VERY disappointing.
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Not as good as With Eyes to See and Ears to Hear, but still definitely a really, really good listen. Some of the songs are more pop-punk whereas if you prefer the harder postcore sound, these songs might be a little too "light" for you but they are still definitely very, very good. If you're on the edge about getting this album, then go ahead and get it.
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the record sounds good but it skips a little bit. I realized that on the back where the songs are listed that they have number 8 as "your nickel ain't like my dime" but the song title is "your nickel ain't worth my dime" 😒😒
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By Nicole Wilson on February 12, 2013
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I love all of Sleeping with Sirens cd's! Kellin Quinn has the voice of and ANGEL and the rest of the band is just so talented, makes for a wonderful cd! And everything on it is just so blastable, rock outable, I cant wait til they come out with a new cd!
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