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Stop Doing Bad Things Import

3.9 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 4, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Jvc Japan
  • ASIN: B0009J8IME
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,757,286 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This album is a strong and worthy sequel to "Remember ...". It's mellifluous, a good amount catchy, and partially insightful! Spitalfield has matured, as it seems every band must, including the obligatory social commentary. (Though it's not all banal, thankfully. "Simple Minds, Simple Lives" is exemplary.)

The best feature of this CD, as was of their first major release: the consistency of quality through the length of the disc. The better songs are distributed well on the album, and the rest aren't filler. A full CD, no tracks need to be skipped. I enjoy this disc from beginning to end.

"Building A Better City...", "Van Buren", and "What Were You Thinking?" remind me of their previous album, though feel fresh and inviting. Perhaps I'm the only reviewer to feel that the style and quality of this release is similar to their previous. I've enjoyed their follow-up and think that those disappointed among my fellow reviewers may find a second or third listen very rewarding.

A worthy replacement for the worn out copies of "Remember ..."
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First off, this retard below me must have no idea what memorable vocals are. Not only does Spitalfield's lead singer stand out amoung the rest, falling somewhere in between the high-pitched Jordan Pundik's and monotone derick dryman's, he also hooks you in at first listen. Its soothing and melodic, but not whiney or overdramatic like so many others. This is straight up alternative rock too, not emo or emocore or whatever the f*ck you posers call it (you've already ruined jimmy eat would with that genre comparison, so just give it a rest already). Not only is the vocalist awesome, but so is the guitarist. Hints of melodic metal echo thru each song, and on some, even lead most of the way through. My favorites would have to be "gold dust" (the one printed twice) and "Simple minds" (the closer), but they're all worth a listen or two (or three). Its a shame these guys aren't flooding the airwaves instead of Green Day or Avril lavine (poser pop-punk crap), cuz if anyone deserves the fame, they do. Also check out "remember right now", which is a bit softer but still great.
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Before you read any further, I like to note that if you're a fan of spitalfield's older stuff, you may find yourself upset with this newest release. I, however, fell in love Stop Doing Bad Things and have no beef with the style change. Here's what I thought of each song:

So, I heard you joined a convent...5/5
Texas with a $ sign...4.5/5
Gold Dust...5/5
What were you thinking...5/5
Tampa Bum Blues...3.5/5
Restraining order blues...5/5
The furure is now...4/5
Van Buren...5/5
From the desk of B. Larson...5/5
Building a better city...3/5
Simple minds...4/5

Overall, this is a great record, and produced by Ed Rose means you simply can't go wrong. Also check out: Always leave the ground by: This day and Age
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This cd is defintely no remember right now. Even though it is so diferent it is still a great cd. I dont think it is a result of not enough effort but a sign of the band matureing musically. And the thing about numbers 3 and 4 being the same, it was on purpose, it was part of the contest "13 bad days" leading up to the release of the cd. For the details check out the victory records website.
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I loved Remember Right Now and and I love this one too, but they are two entirely different beasts. When you first listen to RRN it practically attacks you, it has some of the most infectuous, almost tangible hooks that I have ever heard. You can't help but sing it all the time, BUT, it becomes redundant and the persistent chorus-crooning doesn't really allow for many repeat listens. Like The Shins but with a punk masking. SDBT is really really great once you get used to it, at first, I wanted a replicant of RRN but this really is good. The guitars are a lot different and a lot more driving. The lyrics are jsut as good and the fantastic crooning is back wiht vehemence!!

Just listen to it over and over and you will realize that it is a lot more powerful and dynamic than Remember Right Now and it is also lends itself to repeat listens much better than RRN could because of the repeating choruses.
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ok, so along with most other people writing the reviews, i was upset that this didn't have the "Remember Right Now" sound and feel, and i hated the new songs that i heard on purevolume at first, but, i decided to pick up the cd anyway, and i've listened to it a few times now, and the songs are actually really good, and they stick in my head, i agree, they COULD have made a better cd, but, i'm 100% happy with this purchase, i just hope they get a little more pop back in the sound on the next album, if you liked remember right now, or like fall out boy... check this band out on purevolume and myspace, My Former Self
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Now when I first heard some of their new stuff of this album on purevolume, I was afraid that the band had completely changed their sound. Remember Right Now is one of my favorite albums of all time, and I'll admit that this CD is not as good as that comparatively. Either way, the band does transform their sound, but it's not a terrible change. The comparison to another Taking Back Sunday copycat doesn't do this CD justice. There are still remnants of their sound from Remember Right Now, like the driving bass line that you can usually hear. The vocals are a little different but it still has the general sound from the last album. Either way, I think it's an honest effort to change the band's sound a little, and it's an enjoyable listen. Most real fans of the band will appreciate the subtle changes, the fairweather fans will dismiss it and consider them another sell-out band.
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