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Your Favorite Weapon [Deluxe Edition]
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Album: Your Favorite Weapon [Deluxe Edition]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Shower Scene, The
2)    Jude Law and a Semester Abroad
3)    Sudden Death In Carolina
4)    Mix Tape
5)    Failure By Design
6)    Last Chance To Lose Your Keys
7)    Logan To Government Center
8)    No Seatbelt Song, The
9)    Seventy Times 7
10)    Secondary
11)    Magazines
12)    Soco Amaretto Lime
13)    Jude Law and A Semester Abroad [2000 Demo]
14)    Secondary [2000 Demo]
15)    Logan To Government Center [2000 Demo]
16)    Shower Scene [2000 Demo], The
17)    Logan To Government Center [2000 Throwaway Demo]
18)    Last Chance To Lose Your Keys [2000 Throwaway Demo]
19)    Magazines [2000 Throwaway Demo]
 

Album: Your Favorite Weapon [Deluxe Edition]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Shower Scene, The
2)    Jude Law and a Semester Abroad
3)    Sudden Death In Carolina
4)    Mix Tape
5)    Failure By Design
6)    Last Chance To Lose Your Keys
7)    Logan To Government Center
8)    No Seatbelt Song, The
9)    Seventy Times 7
10)    Secondary
11)    Magazines
12)    Soco Amaretto Lime
13)    Jude Law and A Semester Abroad [2000 Demo]
14)    Secondary [2000 Demo]
15)    Logan To Government Center [2000 Demo]
16)    Shower Scene [2000 Demo], The
17)    Logan To Government Center [2000 Throwaway Demo]
18)    Last Chance To Lose Your Keys [2000 Throwaway Demo]
19)    Magazines [2000 Throwaway Demo]
 
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Performer Notes
  • Brand New: Jess Lacey (vocals); Vin Accardi (guitar); Garrett Tierney (bass); Brian Lane (drums).
  • Recording information: Nada Studios; Sapone Studio; The Magic Shop; TomandAndy.
  • Brand New is bitter about ex-girlfriends. Just how bitter? The lyrics to just about any song on their debut will give you an inkling, especially "Seventy Times 7," where they grieve: "Have another drink and drive yourself home/I hope there's ice on all the roads/And you can think of me when you forget your seat belt and again when your head goes through the windshield." Aside from all the excessive post-breakup angst, Brand New's emotive pop-punk holds up nicely among the big list of its contemporaries. There are several upbeat anthems with three-part harmonies, though a few ballads break up the high energy. They pay respect to post-punk in "Mix Tape," where they mention the Smiths, while cribbing from the Cure's "Close to Me" in "Logan to Government Center." The repeating refrain of "This isn't high school" in "Last Chance to Lose Your Keys" at least acknowledges that they've grown up, although in the closing singalong "Soco Amaretto Lime" they declare, "I'm gonna stay 18 forever." You'll probably feel 18 listening to this. ~ Kenyon Hopkin
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