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Page Artiste Midtown

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  • CD (13 mai 2003)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Geffen
  • ASIN : B00004D3CB
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Format: CD
J'ai découvert ce groupe par hasard sur le Net et je dois dire que j'ai tout de suite adoré. L'album est constitué de titres punk bien entrainant et de titres plus alternatifs, plus softs. Il s'agit donc d'un album varié. De plus les chant à trois sont bien senti.
Bref, un album que je vois conseille.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 EVERY OTHER BAND ON THE PLANET SHOULD JUST GIVE UP... 23 février 2000
Par Brenda Schlommy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I got a CD sampler with two songs by Midtown and A New Found Glory at a Saves The Day show a while back. Both bands were awesome, so when I found out they were playing together, I had to go to the show. I cannot believe how incredibly powerful, energetic and heart-felt both bands are. I've never been so blown away at a show before in my life! I bought the Midtown CD a the show, and I was equally impressed. It was produced by the same guy who did Jimmy Eat World, Blink and The Hippos--all amazing sounding records. Anyway, I'm excited to have discovered a new band that rocks beyond belief and has something relevant and thought-provoking to say. I almost died when I heard the three singers singing together at the end of "Come On." If you like JIMMY EAT WORLD, THE ATARIS, SAVES THE DAY, LAGWAGON and A NEW FOUND GLORY you will flip over this record. Every single song is great. Midtown rule!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Incredible... 22 décembre 2000
Par Human B. Ing - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
So first off I should say that I haven't been into too much emo type stuff, that is, until I heard this band played on Rutgers Radio. I was kind of taking a chance when I bought the CD since I'd only heard one song, not to mention that I knew nothing about this type of music. (I listen to too many different kinds of music to list here, but the closest I ever came would be 3rd wave ska...) Well when I popped in the cd not only was I blown away but I continued to be blown away for the duration of the entire CD. Every song is a ten, no, an eleven. It's been quite a long time since I've heard any CD so satisfying. It's great to hear music with the energy of punk, the sincerity of emo, with 3 great vocalists and tight musicianship. My faves are Come On, direction, and no place feels like home, but any track is great. In fact, whenever I put on the disc, I absolutely have to play it all the way thru... I've got a few other emo-ish albums since getting this one, but none of them are anywhere as good.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Heartfelt pop punk 4 septembre 2002
Par Christopher Padalinski - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Midtown must be one of the best bands in the genre. They offer a seemingly unlimited number of catchy guitar riffs and lyrics, and with two very good vocalists that trade off songs, they are able to keep your attention through an entire album - something that many punk bands seem unable to do.
Of their two full length albums (this one and "Living Well is the Best Revenge"), this one seems a bit more bitter in lyrical content, but both offer a fantastic catchy punk experience. Musically this band brings back something that poppy punk doesn't see often: guitar riff-laden intros and prechoruses that I think really add to punk music. Sometimes they stand alone, and sometimes they mimic the lyrics that might normally go at that point in the song, but either way they show a more variable use of the instrument than a lot of groups, and it will be the thing that is in your head hours after you hear the song. This is the same thing that a pop punk fan might like about albums such as New Found Glory's self-titled, and if you are anywhere near a fan of that group, then you cannot go wrong with Midtown.
All in all, Midtown is a musically fantastic, emotionally catchy group that deserves a listen if you consider yourself a fan of punk, especially the new wave of pop punk.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Rapid-fire and snooty punk at its best 16 août 2004
Par Dan Solera - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It all started when a friend of mine asked me to download "Just Rock and Roll". Back then I had a terrible dial-up connection, so the song had to be damned worth the twenty minutes I would take in downloading it. I wasn't disappointed, but I wasn't amazed either. It sounded like another punk-rock song from another bunch of angry snooty kids.

And then, on June 2nd, 2002, I went to the Düsseldorf performance of the Deconstruction Tour, where bands like Lagwagon, Lostprophets and the Mighty Mighty Bosstones rocked a crowd of a thousand screaming Germans. Midtown was the third performer after Flogging Molly and the Turbo AC's (for the full concert review, click here). This concert motivated me into buying Save the World, Lose the Girl, the band's major-label debut.

With a sound comparable to New Found Glory, these guys foment power through their punk-driven speed, but stay close to the themes and issues beneath. But more importantly, however, is the way in which the songs are crafted. In many of the songs, the band steers away from the verse-chorus-verse-chorus-bridge-chorus structure that seems to plague the punk-rock scene. Instead, the variation of rhythms provides for very original material. Songs like "Direction" and "Such a Person" are almost a progressive representation of a punk song, with the song changing direction at every turn.

Similar to Guster and Nine Days, Midtown does not limit itself to one vocalist. Singer/bassist Gabe Saporta has that focused and unbreakable voice that screams high-school jock while the band's singer/guitarist has the sensitive voice for softer pieces like "No Place Feels Like Home" (which is more of a pop song than a punk song). Honestly, I'm not even sure that they are different people. For all I know, it's just Saporta changing his intonation, which honestly, would be even more impressive.

But yes, Midtown equals punk rock plus talented musicians. There's no doubting this. They're definitely up there amongst my favorite bands in the genre. So if bands like Saves the Day and New Found Glory pull your strings, then picking this album up is a definite affirmative.

Recommendations: "Just Rock and Roll", "Direction", "No Place Feels Like Home", "Such a Person", "Knew it All Along"
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 True artists that have created a new sound... 8 juillet 2001
Par Matthew - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This CD is incredible. The way that the vocals blend in with the rest is amazing... they have discovered a new sound and it is wonderful.
The sound alone it great, and the lyrics just make it so much better. There is so much meaning in their songs... I also like how the incorporate the same lyrical message into various songs. They have developed a new style in music...and I love it!
The variety of this CD is amazing too. You can listen to it all the way through without getting tired of it. Stand outs include "Just Rock and Roll," "Recluse," "Let Go," "No Where Feels Like Home," and "Come on." I love all the songs on this CD though (except "Another Boy" I just sort of like that one... its not that great.)
This band (along with several others) will probably never get the recognition they deserve. CD's like "Save the World, Lose the Girl," "Nothing Gold Can Stay," and "This Vicious Cycle" will have 12 great songs and never make the radio.
If you like Rock and Roll, punk, pop punk, or pretty much any type of music. You will love this CD.
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