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Nothing Personal

4.4 out of 5 stars 57 customer reviews

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The follow-up to their highly acclaimed debut "So Wrong, It's Right." Catchy songs, witty lyrics, and the band's irresistible tongue in cheek personality are all present here. The band went out of their way to stretch their songwriting muscle, working with a variety of superstar producers including Butch Walker, David Bendeth, Matt Squire, and more. RIYL: Blink 182, Fall Out Boy, New Found Glory, All American Rejects, Paramore.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 7, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hopeless Records
  • ASIN: B0028X6L14
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,273 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By L. Lunde on July 16, 2009
Format: Audio CD
At first I was torn. Alex's voice is so different. It's pop with minimal punk. So Wrong It's Right was more punk oriented. That being said, the new sound is incredible. It's really catchy, some nice riffs as well. I agree at times it's slightly overproduced, however (Too Much).

Weightless (10/10) - The first single. Great song, the chorus will be stuck in your head for a long time. So catchy.

Break Your Little Heart(10/10) - This is the song that's most comparable to So Wrong It's Right. Pop Punk at its finest. One of my favorites.

Damned If I Do Ya (9/10) - It's a good song, but I'm not sure it's worthy of being the second single.

Lost In Stereo (9/10) - This is the first song where you can REALLY notice Alex's different sound. It's got an amazing beat though.

Stella (10/10) - Another one of my favorites. The lyrics are quirky kind of, but that's part of what makes ATL great. I especially like the part where it slows down in the middle.

Sick Little Games (8/10) - It'd be a good songs for a lot of bands. But it's not one that stands out tremendously, especially on an album this good.

Hello, Brooklyn (10/10) - Another song where the different vocals come in. But the chorus is especially catchy. And the ending where he goes through the cities.

Walls (9/10) - I don't especially like the beginning. Too techno. But the lyrics are great, and he sings with a lot of passion in this song.

Too Much (5/10) - By far the worst song on the album. It's so different, so bleh. Didn't enjoy it at all. Boy bandish almost.

Keep The Change, You Filthy Animal (9/10) - Another song that reminds me of the old ATL. Good beat, etc.

Party Song (8/10) - At first I was in love with this song.
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All Time Low is completely a product of the Pop/punk scene in the early 2000s, taking their name from a New Found Glory song, starting off as a Blink-182 cover band, All Time Low has picked some of the best to look up to. Their early albums had their highlights, but were less than memorable, so listening to "Nothing Personal" it's clear that it's a clear progression for the band. It keeps their same sound, but it's better produced, and thankfully more memorable. "Nothing Personal" is also a product of the times carrying a distinct electronic tinge in parts, but the band uses it to its advantage.

Highlights Include:
Weightless
Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)
Sick Little Games
Walls
Keep The Change, You Filthy Animal
Therapy

Nothing personal, but this isn't the most original album in the world, but it makes up for this by getting the formula right. It's fun, it's catchy, it's danceable, it's rockin', and most of all, it's a great summer album. In fact, I can't point out a weak song on the album. Some are better than others, but they're all good, with some reaching the heights of awesomeness.

Overall, for a genre that's had it's share of ups and downs, mostly downs, during this decade, it's nice to know fans still have a great band to latch onto. If you're a fan of the band, the genre, or you're just looking for this year's summer soundtrack, this is the album for you. If you're hate the genre, this won't change your mind. With "Nothing Personal" All Time Low reaches an all time high.

Real Score: 4.5
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This summer's releases were nothing short of a disappointment; I am a huge All Time Low fan, but this album was overproduced and under-punk-ed (if you thought that was even possible for pop punk, the answer is "Yes" and the example is this album). I'll say it as plainly as possible: Auto-tune thoroughly ruined this album.

I would stop short to call them sell-outs because I have so much respect for their previous work (i.e. `The Party Scene' and `So Wrong, It's Right'). I loved these albums, and have loved this band ever since I first listened them playing Blink 182 cover songs at Warped Tour 2006. Since then, they've created passionate hits like `Remembering Sunday', `Six Feet Under the Stars', `Coffee Shop Soundtrack' and most importantly - `Jasey Rae (esp. Acoustic)'. These albums/songs pluck the heartstrings of my soul. It is an understatement to say I have held captive by their pop punk appeals.

Needless to say, I waited with much anticipation for this release. I preordered it, patiently waited for it to ship all the way to Iraq, and went straight from my room to sit on my bed to listen to the CD while perusing the line notes.

My disappointment was immediate--Alternative Press could not pen truer words than to write, "Alex Gaskarth can sing, just let him." Auto-tune belongs to bands the like of Maroon 5, not to the likes of pop-punk sensations All Time Low. It is a tragedy to butcher the songs with unnatural chalkboard screeches. I wish I could blame the producers, but they all generally have a successful history of hit songs/albums in their repertoire; the truth is that everyone involved in this project was lost in the glamour of `mainstream hooks' and `generalized pop lyrics'.
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