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Senses Fail is a band on the verge of HUGE things. The band's last album (2004's Let It Enfold You) has sold over 325,000 to date and continues to sell through. Everyday more and more people discover how incredibly catchy SF's songs are and how energetic their live show has become. The band has gone from drawing 500-1000 people to playing to over 2,500 / day along this summer's Van's Warped Tour. Still Searching is the next installment in the band's recording career. Produced by Brian McTernan (Thrice, Snapcase, Circa Survive) in upstate NY, the album shows an incredible rock base while maintaining the band's signature guitar sounds and melodies. This kind of maturity and growth in the band's songwriting is a label's dream come true.
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  • Audio CD (October 10, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Vagrant
  • ASIN: B000HIP3XE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,093 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Coming from a huge fan of the band and not in a fanboy way either but I can safely say this is their best work. As a matter of fact it's one of the best albums of the genre in my opinion and trust me I've heard all the good s*** from this scene
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I thought this album was not going to be very good, but I gave it a chance and was extremely surprised. It does not suck, as a matter of fact, it's actually pretty good! It's growing on me, "Let it Enfold You" didn't. The addition of Heath on guitar has DEFINATELY changed this band for the better. This is worth a listen or two, it'll grow on you.

Lyrically, a lot of the songs are about losing faith in God/Christianity...which I thought was very surprising for thie band. Poor choice in first single asside, there are some great tracks here.

The Rapture/Bonecrusher (they go in together, really...), Can't be Saved, The Priest and the Matador are my favorite three.
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Im a newer Sense Fail listener and i started out with lifes not a waiting room (when borders went down) figured i like the title and the price was right sure i liked cant be saved and martini kiss but omg i was instantly hooked. anyways lets continue i got a couple more of theyre albums and this one is unreal i love it senses fail is that one band who can do no wrongfor me. My favorite songs on here are negative spaces and the preist and the madador i like how they flow together love that its the same beat, cant be saved will always be one of my favorites yeah i know the ones i listed are more popular but its truely a great album i listen to it everytime im down or have arough day always makes me feel better i recommend it if your a fan or just want a good listen
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First of all, I'm not a newbie fan of senses fail. The first cd I heard from them was "Let it Enfold You", which wasn't amazing music as far as I was concerned, but I really still liked it. I loved the style and tone of the guitars, the vocals were pretty unique, and the lyrics were catchy and fun, and sorta naughty. I mean what other band would dare risk wasting a track on a song about pirates? They were who they were, and I happened to really like their sound. I later listened to their EP, starting with Bloody Romance, which as far as I was concerned, was also some good listening. Needless to say, no one had to force me to buy "Still Searching". I was a little nervous of the new guitarist, and how he would change the band that o-so-tickled my fancy. The first listen I gave to the album was all over the place. The lyrics seemed simpler, and not as much "fun" as in the past, but at the same time, I was all like "wow...solos". It was good enough to keep listening to, and then I really paid attention to the lyrics, which are pretty damn "real", and in my case, they hit right at home. The guitars have improved so much, and so has their songwriting, and the screaming...you wonder where the hell that throat came from all of a sudden.

1) The Rapture - 3/5 good opener, but you can't really listen to all the time, or you end up singing it in your head faster than the song is playing

2) Bonecrusher - 4/5 follows the intro well, and is a good song, but the chorus doesn't hold up well against a lot of other songs.

3) Sick or Sane - 5/5 I find myself starting the album from this song alot, it's fast and really gets my blood flowin. Nice solo too.
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I have heard a lot of music. I consider this album to be one of the best albums I've ever had the pleasure of listening to. The lyricism is beautiful. The music simply kicks a$$. The pain and beauty in the songs is really kind of triumphant (and I know that sounds a bit antiquated). The subject matter probably makes a lot of the unthinking masses a little uncomfortable, but for those of us at peace with the realities of life this album is a breath of fresh air. Much needed. Some of the ideas may have been said before, but very few artists have expounded them with such clarity. Which, I think, means everything. What good is an idea if it isn't understood? But don't start thinking this album isn't hard, because it is, and that's what I like about it. It conveys very important themes over music that rocks! I like that the lyrics aren't always mixed with a lot of symbolism or hyperbole (there is that, of course) but often times the words say exactly what they mean or use symbolism that is quick to decipher, meaningful and visually poignant.
I've listened to this CD over and over and can still listen to it. I have to disagree with some other reviewers who think their earlier stuff is better. I think some of their early songs are indeed genius, but overall those albums hit low spots that I have tried to like and no matter how much I try just don't. In their earlier albums there just isn't the level of drive and cohesiveness that this album and "Life is Not a Waiting Room" have.
Really, in my opinion, a masterpiece. Personal, painful, beautiful.
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I love this cd! it reminds me of the good old days when I first discovered rock. There cool guitar and drums and the bass sounds great! and of course the singer is awesome! The whole cd is basically about this guy who was a Catholic and it never did him any good so he is "still searching" so ya... if your catholic dont let your parents catch you with this cd! haha!
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