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|Taking Back Sunday|
Where You Want To Be
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
TAKING BACK SUNDAY is the highest selling band in the history of Victory Records, and their debut album, Tell All Your Friends, spent two years on the Billboard New Artist Chart and will be certified gold in August. "This... more »
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TAKING BACK SUNDAY is the highest selling band in the history of Victory Records, and their debut album, Tell All Your Friends, spent two years on the Billboard New Artist Chart and will be certified gold in August. "This Photograph is Proof" is featured on the upcoming SPIDER MAN 2 Soundtrack.
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Where You Want To Be
Morton | Colorado | 04/24/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Taking Back Sunday-Where You Want To Be ****
Where You Want To Be is Taking Back Sundays best album. While I am not big on the whole emo trip that the rest of the world seems to be stuck on I will say that Taking Back Sunday is a truly great band. Their lyrics are great and they're performances are great. While musically Taking Back Sunday is nothing to qawk serperatly but together they are a great band.
'Set Phasers To Sun' is a great song to open the album. 'A Decade Under The Influence' and 'This Photograph Is Proof' both went on to become minor hits for the band and help the album to sell the amount of copies it did. 'The Union' is another great song with really good lyrics and some memorable guitar work. 'New American Classic' aside from having a really cool title is a really cool song. It is slow and acoustic. The song serves as a nice center peice or focal point on an album full of angst, emotions, and lots of screaming. The band saved the best for last, '...Slowdance On The Inside' closes the album. It is easily the best song the band ever recorded. It is also the perfect way to end the album. The song features some of the coolest and most creative lyrics ever written. Though very, very emo the song is really great for two dating teenagers. The rest of the songs on the album are all still good songs they just dont do anything to really stand out among the other before mentioned songs. That doesnt mean that they are any worse though.
Taking Back Sunday managed to make one of the most deppressing albums ever depending on you current love and relationship status. Where You Want To Be will go down in as one of the Emo genres best albums when the little fad fades away."
Kyle K. | Ohio | 06/03/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I'm going to keep it short and to the point.
This is my favorite TBS album by far, hands down, and IMO, the best album they've had. I've been a tad disappointed with the newest album and a little less with Louder Now because this album created such high expectations for me from TBS."