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  • CD (12 août 2003)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Edition limitée, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0000AKADQ
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Tiens encore un DASHBOARD CONFESSIONAL, décidément, le petit père Carabba est prolixe ! On en parlait encore dans le dernier Mirza !!! Et bien tenez vous bien à vos sièges accrochez vos bretelles, serez vos cols de chemisettes : cet album est différent ! Oui oui, vous avez bien lu : Dashboard nous revient en version electrique et on ne peut pas dire que cela soit un mal. En effet, tout ceux qui connaissent le personnage savent à quel point il est le champion de la mélodie acoustique belle à faire pleurer une statue. Et bien sans oublier quelques passages acoustiques « as lovers go » ou « ghost of a good thing », DC retourne vers ses anciennes amours en balançant du bon poprock qui dépote pas si mal que ça « hands down », « hey girl ». Mais si il fallait retenir une seule tune de cet opus, ce serait « i am missing » perle de cet album, acousticorockesquepopisant (ça se dit non ?).
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S'éloignant de la guitare acoustique solo qui avait fait le succès des premiers albums de Chris Carrabba, le chanteur est désormais accompagné tout au long de l'album d'une seconde guitare, une basse et une batterie. Plus rythmées, les chansons n'en perdent pas moins leur émotion. Bref les fans des premiers albums s'adapteront sans trop de mal après plusieurs ecoutes, les autres y verront là l'occasion de découvrir un groupe plein de talent. A noter la présence d'un DVD bonus d'environ 40 minutes de vidéo en concert ou en studio, incontournable pour les fans !
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HASH(0x9a96463c) étoiles sur 5 A little change never hurt nobody 9 novembre 2004
Par William S. Porch - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
For the first time, I took it upon myself to read some reviews from Amazon users on some albums in my collection, and upon getting to A Mark A Mission A Brand A Scar, i realized why I never read reviews in the first place. Mostly because everyone has a n opinion and they all believe theres is correct. So if that's the way the game is played, I will give you mine... I'm just curious to see how many people I make angry. Here it goes..

This album differs from older DC albums that we all have become accustomed to. I embraced the change with open arms, and decided that I would have an open mind and judge this album for what it was. Just another new album. Imagine if Prince or Madonna sounded the same every album they put out. What would that be like? They obviously wouldn't be the great artists that they are today. They weren't afraid to go against the grain and buck the "conventional" side of the music industry. Which brings me to the next point. DC aren't conventional at all. Why do you think that they are still relatively unknown, with a huge cult following of underground fans, that will follow them like lambs to the slaughter? With the exception of the moderately successful single for SpiderMan2 "Vindicated" they are purely unconventional, and that's whats so delightful. To know that there is a mainstay that no one necessarily knows about. And for anyone who has seen them live can tell you that it's a very intimate thing to feel like you are the only one who knows who they are.

SO this most recent album just pushes the true fan to come along with them on a new journey, filled with amplifiers and heavy percussion beats. Dont be scared of it, just let it be. You can gripe all you want about how it's so different from who DC is, but obviously it seems like you never really knew who they were to begin with.
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HASH(0x9aa20da4) étoiles sur 5 Nice, nice music 9 janvier 2004
Par Astro - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Okay, I'll admit it -- when I first heard Dashboard Confessional's Screaming Infidelities, I hated it. I didn't know what all the fuss was about. But then, all these years later, the song started to grow on me, so when Hands Down came out, I gave it a listen. And I loved it.
I was hesitant to buy this cd because of what I'd heard previously, but I decided to take a chance and dive in. And I have never been sorry. This disk was in my cd player nonstop for about three weeks (which is a bunch for me, since I tend to buy about 5 cds a week). The lyrics are amazing, and the music is that good kind of catchy where you don't want it out of your head.
I know a lot of long time DC fans are saying that this isn't a great effort, that the raw emotion is gone, etc., and after going back and buying All the Places You've Come To Fear the Most, I don't entirely disagree. You won't find something like Best Deceptions on this disk, but I think the reason for that is that Chris has said his piece on pain and the hurt that comes from putting your heart in the hands of others, and now he wants to remind everyone that there's some good stuff to it, too.
Overall, I think this is a very romantic album, one that will remind you not to take the small stuff for granted. If you've never been a DC fan before, this is a very good place to start.
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HASH(0x9ab39fd8) étoiles sur 5 Dashboard's Ability to Speak to its Audience Continues 15 août 2003
Par Ben - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
With this, Dashboard Confessional's newest album, this band's success in describing the pains and sorrow of the lives of their listeners continues to attract attention. With twelve new tracks and one old favorite, Dashboard leaves listeners content in their long wait for this album.
Starting with the underground favorite "Hands Down," this album introduces both the tradition "bleeding heart emo" that made Dashboard Confessional so famous among teens and college kids everywhere AND even a look at a new hopeful addition to the band's lyrical content. With its last album "The Places That You've Come to Fear the Most," Dashboard captured a reputation for capturing raw emotion as Chris Carrabba "wailed" about lose, hate, hopelessness, and pain. This album simply ellaborates on this side of life, the painful side, with such emotional songs as "Rapid Hope Loss" (which is about as happy as the title implies) and "Carve Your Heart Out Yourself" (which makes the surgical procedure of suturing cool!) If you've ever felt sad or hurt or anything that made you down, these songs will be your best friends.
However, the most 'touching' songs on this CD, the ones that stand out to ME, are the unlikely love songs. These aren't exactly Barry White or Barry Manilow type love song, but for today's youth, lets just say, they're sweet and cool. "Hands Down" is already well known among long time fans, but "Hey Girl" and "Carry This Picture" will give SO many college goers even more songs to memorize and love...
Personally, the most powerful song on this album to me is "Bend and Not Break." Acting as a sort of 'confession,' this song speaks so true to me. With such lines as "I am fairly agile. I can bend and not break, Or I can break and take it with a smile," the heart-ache of past relationships (or the lack) are generalized and expressed so beautifully in this song. A damaged person explaining the mistakes they have made and are likely to make again soon, this song finds its way to my Top Five Dashboard Confessional songs.
If you are expecting to relate to the songs, as you have with the past releases of Dashboard Confessionals, you will be more than contented, you will be more than satisfied. You will be entertained. The DVD only adds to the experience, allowing you to enjoy old favorites, like "Age Six Racer" and "The Best Deceptions" performed infront of the small personal shows that this band is famous for AS WELL AS enjoy the studio recording sessions of the new material.
Buy this album, share it with the people you care about! If you have a significant other and you send one of the songs "Carry This Picture," "As Lovers Go," and "Hey Girl" to them, you'll score MAJOR points, plus you'll let them know how much you care about them. If you're without a significant other, don't worry, this album won't be any less unbelievable! (= Enjoy!
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HASH(0x9a99d1ec) étoiles sur 5 You're chasing the ghost of a good thing! 5 juillet 2006
Par Darth Wader - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is the album that defined Dashboard Confessional as a "band." I loved the other DC albums, where it was just an acoustic guitar (sometimes drums and bass) and Chris Carabba, wearing his heart on his sleeve on every song. So this album made me a little nervous, wondering if I could still feel that passion with a full band. The answer...of course! This album is breathtaking, and the drums are excellent, guitar work of John Lefler is amazing, and the harmony vocals are perfect. Lefler has a style that sounds so lush and beautiful and compliments perfectly with Carabba's. The feeling of this album is less raw than the previous, but even with all of the extra instrumentation, it is still Carabba's voice and lyrics that make this album truly great. From "Hands Down" to "Several Ways To Die Trying," DC has entered into a list of great bands such as Jimmy Eat World and Counting Crows that feature great music, vocals, and better-than-most-band's lyrics. My favorite songs are: Hands Down, As Lovers Go, Carry This Picture, Bend and Not Break (my favorite song on this album), Ghost of a Good Thing (a raw, acoustic song that is very heartfelt), and Carve Your Heart Out Yourself. Each song has a different sound to it and there is no song on here that you will want to skip. Because of this album, the sky is the limit for Dashboard. Also, what makes this album truly worth buying is that is has an enhanced limited edition DVD of DC playing R.E.M. covers from their album "Automatic For The People." It's so good that I immediately bought that REM album. DC is here to stay, so sit back and enjoy!
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HASH(0x9a99d180) étoiles sur 5 Never Thought It Was Possible... 19 avril 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If you want to love Dashboard, buy "Places You Have Come to Fear the Most," "Swiss Army Romance," or the "So Impossible EP." Those three CDs are three of my favorites in my collection, but this new CD is just so mainstream and poppy, it's hard to consider it emo. The first few songs are alright, and some of the songs he wrote a while ago (like "Hands Down" and "Ghost of a Good Thing") are great, but Chris Carrabba's newfound MTV-streak is disappointing and gives emo a bad name. If you're into MTV "punk" like Good Charlotte and Simple Plan, go ahead and buy this CD - you'll love it. But if you're an actual emo-kid like myself, this CD will leave you wondering what the hell happened to Dashboard. You're better off buying his older CDs.
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