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Voici le successeur du remarqué "So Wrong, It's Right", avec son cortège de titres accrocheurs et de paroles bien senties reflétant la personnalité d'un groupe de caractère. Entouré de producteurs superstars tels que Butch Walker, David Bendeth et Matt Squire, ATL a tout pour décrocher la timbale. Pour les fans de Blink 182, Fall Out Boy et Paramore.
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Pour tout les amateurs d'All Time Low ... achetez le ! Cet album est de loin leur meilleur !
Le CD est nickel et la boite étaient neuve.
Je recommande !
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Weightless (10/10) - The first single. Great song, the chorus will be stuck in your head for a long time. So catchy.
Break Your Little Heart(10/10) - This is the song that's most comparable to So Wrong It's Right. Pop Punk at its finest. One of my favorites.
Damned If I Do Ya (9/10) - It's a good song, but I'm not sure it's worthy of being the second single.
Lost In Stereo (9/10) - This is the first song where you can REALLY notice Alex's different sound. It's got an amazing beat though.
Stella (10/10) - Another one of my favorites. The lyrics are quirky kind of, but that's part of what makes ATL great. I especially like the part where it slows down in the middle.
Sick Little Games (8/10) - It'd be a good songs for a lot of bands. But it's not one that stands out tremendously, especially on an album this good.
Hello, Brooklyn (10/10) - Another song where the different vocals come in. But the chorus is especially catchy. And the ending where he goes through the cities.
Walls (9/10) - I don't especially like the beginning. Too techno. But the lyrics are great, and he sings with a lot of passion in this song.
Too Much (5/10) - By far the worst song on the album. It's so different, so bleh. Didn't enjoy it at all. Boy bandish almost.
Keep The Change, You Filthy Animal (9/10) - Another song that reminds me of the old ATL. Good beat, etc.
Party Song (8/10) - At first I was in love with this song. But it's too much like so many other songs. Good nonetheless.
Therapy (13/10) - Incredible. By far my favorite song on the album. Maybe ever. The lyrics are great, Alex hits soo many notes, sings with so much passion. It picks up in the middle. A great way to end an amazing album.
All this being said I believe this is the album of the year. From start to finish it beats my other nominees (The Glass Passenger, 21st Century Breakdown). All Time Low keeps getting better, I can't wait to see where they go from here.
Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)
Sick Little Games
Keep The Change, You Filthy Animal
Nothing personal, but this isn't the most original album in the world, but it makes up for this by getting the formula right. It's fun, it's catchy, it's danceable, it's rockin', and most of all, it's a great summer album. In fact, I can't point out a weak song on the album. Some are better than others, but they're all good, with some reaching the heights of awesomeness.
Overall, for a genre that's had it's share of ups and downs, mostly downs, during this decade, it's nice to know fans still have a great band to latch onto. If you're a fan of the band, the genre, or you're just looking for this year's summer soundtrack, this is the album for you. If you're hate the genre, this won't change your mind. With "Nothing Personal" All Time Low reaches an all time high.
Real Score: 4.5
I would stop short to call them sell-outs because I have so much respect for their previous work (i.e. `The Party Scene' and `So Wrong, It's Right'). I loved these albums, and have loved this band ever since I first listened them playing Blink 182 cover songs at Warped Tour 2006. Since then, they've created passionate hits like `Remembering Sunday', `Six Feet Under the Stars', `Coffee Shop Soundtrack' and most importantly - `Jasey Rae (esp. Acoustic)'. These albums/songs pluck the heartstrings of my soul. It is an understatement to say I have held captive by their pop punk appeals.
Needless to say, I waited with much anticipation for this release. I preordered it, patiently waited for it to ship all the way to Iraq, and went straight from my room to sit on my bed to listen to the CD while perusing the line notes.
My disappointment was immediate--Alternative Press could not pen truer words than to write, "Alex Gaskarth can sing, just let him." Auto-tune belongs to bands the like of Maroon 5, not to the likes of pop-punk sensations All Time Low. It is a tragedy to butcher the songs with unnatural chalkboard screeches. I wish I could blame the producers, but they all generally have a successful history of hit songs/albums in their repertoire; the truth is that everyone involved in this project was lost in the glamour of `mainstream hooks' and `generalized pop lyrics'.
Don't get me wrong, this album is not completely without salvation; more than half of these tracks have grown on me. Though the entire album is overproduced, `Weightless', `Break Your Little Heart', `Walls', `Too Much', `Keep the Change, You Filthy Animal', `A Party Song', and `Therapy' manages to overcome their auto-tune barriers and generate, potent, emotional, get-up-and-dance beats. That being said, I refuse to listen to `Lost in Stereo' or `Hello Brooklyn' anymore; they are simply awful songs. I pray to the Pop Punk gods these songs are never played live in concert.
I hold the idealistic hope that All Time Low will turn back to their pop punks roots and this will be a minor blip in their musical career. Only time will tell...
While you don't necessarily go into an ATL record with expectations of music with a whole lot of depth, they have made an impression on me in the past with songs like "Remembering Sunday", "Six Feet Under The Stars", "Coffee Shop Soundtrack", and "Jasey Rae" (especially the acoustic version). The songs on Nothing Personal are, in general, decent...but, to my ears, there's a lack of sincere, heartfelt music here. And, everything sounds so gosh darn 'perfect'!
"Damned If I Do Ya" almost overdoes it in the 'hook' department, with its clever title & chorus line, plenty of "Oh, Oh, Oh's" and handclaps, and kind of a Pat Benatar "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" vibe. "Weightless" and "Stella" sound like they have major Fall Out Boy influences, and several songs aren't very original... we've heard similar material many times before. For what it's worth, the 'better' songs IMO are "Sick Little Games", "Keep The Change, You Filthy Animal", and "Therapy"...perhaps because they're the most 'real'-sounding to me.
For what it is, a 'mindless fun'-type record, Nothing Personal easily succeeds. The recording quality and dynamic range are excellent. It should be around for awhile, but whether or not it's considered a classic years from now remains to be seen, and I have my doubts.
Weightless (10/10) - The single that got me excited for this cd. Will remind you of weekends where you felt like crap.
Break Your Little Heart(10/10) - A VERY good break up song from either a guy or girls point of view
Damned If I Do Ya (10/10) -AMAZING. My third favorite song off the album
Lost In Stereo (10/10) - That song that makes you think of the girl you're trying to get, but she just wont come to you
Stella (10/10) - The best song on the album. You'll turn it up every time you hear it
Sick Little Games (10/10) - Mostly like Papa Roach's Hollywood [...], since it talks about the media and what they're doing to America
Hello, Brooklyn (10/10)If you're in New York or a big city, you'll roll down the windows and let this song blare out the speakers
Walls (10/10) - Talks about what its like when you're not sure about someone, which is why ALex talks about breaking down these walls he built around himself
Too Much (1/10) - Ok. Not every song can be perfect. But the album is still worth buying. It kinda sounds like the Jonas Brothers. But i'll still always love this band.
Keep The Change, You Filthy Animal (10/10) - You'll love it. such a pop punk song and is a good exapmle of what a song should be
A Party Song(The Walk Of Shame) (10/10) - Amazing. IT IS actually the ultimate party song
Therapy (9/10) - Its a good song, but it just doesnt really seem like Alex. But its still very very good.
The album art on the inside is very amazing. PIck this cd up