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  • CD (10 novembre 2009)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B002QXIMYK
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HASH(0x9691fc30) étoiles sur 5 DC: Redefined 13 novembre 2009
Par rapaleeman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
So I fired up the new release from Dashboard Confessional and started to listen like usual, in my car on the way to work. After the first 2 tracks (and a couple WTF?!?!? moments) I pulled over at 7-11 to get my coffee and actually had to pop the disc out to make sure I put in the right disc. Yes, I had to do a double take on a DC album.

My experience with DC is pretty extensive. I first heard "The Best Deception" and it hit me at the right portion of my life that I was able to connect instantly. I was hooked from there and have listened to everything Chris Carrabba has put out including his short stint with Further Seems Forever. "Dusk and Summer" was a great album that moved DC in a new direction. It added in more of the actual band and less of the "emo" as it were. With the release of "The Shade Of Poison Trees", that came to be almost like a swan song in a since. I think that was him saying goodbye to the "old ways". That one was for the fans that have been around since "The Swiss Army Romance" and in a lot of ways "The Shade..." was a lot like it when I look back, especially in the sound. It was mostly acoustic and the writing wasn't as sharp, though it was still quite good and had a bunch of standout tracks. It just wasn't a step forward.

So where does that leave us. Well, we have basically the official sequel to "Dusk and Summer" and that is definitely not a bad thing. For the first time the actual band works on all levels. "Dusk and Summer" was a little rocky in parts (mainly the meshing of the vocals to the music) but everything just works here. From the vocals to the instrumentation it seems that this album was written with the music in mind and not just the lyrics. That is a little weird to say considering the Acoustic Disc that comes with the special edition is almost as good as the actual album. Usually it is the other way around with the acoustic tacks being the highlights. Not so here.

"Get Me Right" is a great opener which leads to my favorite song on the album "Until Morning". This is the track that made me realize just how much maturity has taken place since "The Swiss Army Romance." The same general topics of trying to keep what you are losing is still there, but told from a more mature perspective that I can truly relate to. Truly the only other band I can think of that has matured as much as DC over the course of their career (for better or worse) is 311. After listening to this track I realize that DC may lose some of the hardcore fans and honestly I think Chris and Co. are ok with that. They are more mature and their audience should reflect how they portray themselves.

"Everybody Learns From Disaster" is great and generally works. The storytelling from days of old are back but again with a smarter, wittier tone. "Belle of the Boulevard" is a weird one. I'm not too sure what to make of it yet. It is a great song that can truly be interpreted in more than one way and to me that is what makes good music, the ability to interpret it in more than one way while still enjoying it.

Some other highlights are "Alter the Ending", a slowed down version of "Even Now", "The Motions", and "Water and Bridges". Truly though there is very little wrong with any of the tracks presented here and never in a long time have I been truly happy with every track from an album that I purchased. "Hell on the Throat" is a great closer by the way.

All fans should have picked up the Deluxe Edition and got the Acoustic Disc. Again, all the songs are actually great and a few sound a little better acoustically ("Even Now" for instance). With that said, I'm glad it is just a bonus and not the released album. You really need the full band versions to appreciate what Chris and rest of the crew have accomplished here.

A part of me will always love songs like "Hands Down" or "Saints and Sailors" but really this is the album that will be seeing the most play time in my CD player and my iPod now. Like Chris, I have grown up. While I still have some of the same problems and issues as I did almost 10 years ago, gone are the days of the whiny teenager.
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HASH(0x970e4a68) étoiles sur 5 Alter the Ending 29 décembre 2009
Par Silent - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I've been a fan of DC since an older cousin introduced it to me almost a decade ago, and I have truly grown up with this band. As a teenager the woeful sound of Swiss Army Romance, The Place You Have Come To Fear Most, and A Mark. A Mission. completely fit in with still immature emotions. Dusk and Summer began DC's emergence into adulthood, and The Shade saw maturation of lyrics and a cleaner sound than previous albums. Alter the Ending brings together life experience and a sense of introspection that fits fans who are now adults themselves.

I eagerly awaited Alter the Endings release date, and wasn't disappointed. The cd has a good mix of songs for both old and new fans, those of us who remember Swiss Army Romance, and those who joined with Dusk and Summer or The Shade.
Everyone Learns From Disaster and The Motions are fun, with a faster pace and playful lyrics, while Get Me Right and Water and Bridges lend a serious tone, thoughtful songs with a story to tell. Definitely a more mature look at relationships than in earlier albums. Alter the Ending I love just for Chris's vocals, the smoky quality of his voice really comes out in this one.

I Know About You actually took a few listens to grow on me, but only because the lyrics "And I know about you." remind me of song from another band and that threw me of a bit.
The one song I had issues with was Belle of the Boulevard. I just can't seem to reconcile it with the rest of the cd, and I'm not sure why that is. Perhaps because the imagery in this song is hard to connect with, and somewhat confusing.

Hell On the Throat, I adore this song. It wraps up the cd beautifully, and is so poignant. Chris has always had a style of pouring the heart out to all, and this song has a lot of soul.

The acoustic album was so worth it, but perhaps more for hard core fans and those of us who can appreciate the excellent instrumentals. All-in-all, this album is a must have for everyone. I know there will be fans who want to go back to A Mark. A Mission, but I've always felt that you have to let a band mature and grow into themselves. Life and experience change everyone, and your favorite band isn't made of robots boys and girls. Chris and the guys have had almost a decade to grow up, and I think Alter the Ending is only the beginning of great things to come. Here's to another decade guys, I really hope your still recording when I hit my 30's!
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HASH(0x969704a4) étoiles sur 5 Buy it! 25 décembre 2009
Par Jordanz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Dashboard Confessional has done it again. They're back with their sixth album, and they're as strong as ever. I love all the old albums, but the way they've evolved is amazing. Every single song on Alter The Ending is good. I got the deluxe version with the acoustic cd, and I must say that if you're going to get this album, do yourself a favor and make sure the get it. It's great to hear the songs acoustic, and some of the songs are even better that way. The lyrics on Alter The Ending are fantastic as well.
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HASH(0x97c7257c) étoiles sur 5 Alter The Ending 19 décembre 2009
Par Jessica C. P. Ehlke - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Dashboard Confesssional's Alter the Ending may just be their best album to date. Chris's voice still has that same sound that got me hooked the first time I heard "Stolen." The songwriting has only approved. My favorites are Even Now, Until Morning, Water and Bridges and Everybody Learns from Disaster. I'm a sucker for a good acoustic, especially from Dashboard Confessional, so I absolutely LOVE the acoustic bonus tracks. Good all around album! Go pick it up!
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HASH(0x96b9ac6c) étoiles sur 5 Alter the Ending:) 19 décembre 2009
Par Emily - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I am very pleased with Alter the Ending. I think this album is a great example of how Dashboard Confessional has matured over the years. I was extremely excited when I heard they were making an acoustic version of all the songs. I know some people were disappointed that the acoustics didn't have a different beat or anything, but they still sound great. It also gives options for people who may prefer one over the other. I think it was smart of them to do both. The lyrics are also fantastic. I think many people will be able to connect with them. Purchasing this album would be a great choice! D/C is my favorite band so I may be a little biased, but I honestly believe any D/C fan would love Alter the Ending. I would also suggest the Deluxe Edition because it's wonderful.
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