Say Anything In Defense Of The Genre Album
Review The Album (3)
|Release information about the album|
Release Date: 10/01/2007
Tracks in In Defense Of The Genre: Skinny, Mean Man, No Soul, That Is Why, Surgically Removing The Tracking Device, This Is Fucking Ecstasy, The Church Channel, Shiksa (Girlfriend), Baby Girl, I'm A Blur, Retarded In Love, People Like You Are Why People Like Me Exist, Died A Jew, An Insult To The Dead, Sorry, Dudes. My Bad., Spay Me, In Defense Of The Genre, The Truth Is, You Should Lie With Me, The Word You Wield, Vexed, About Falling, You're The Wanker If Anyone Is, Spores, We Killed It, Have At Thee!, Hangover Song, Goodbye Young Tutor, You've Now Outgrown Me, I Used To Have A Heart, Plea
In Defense Of The Genre Album Tracklist:
- Skinny, Mean Man Lyrics
- No Soul Lyrics
- That Is Why Lyrics
- Surgically Removing The Tracking Device Lyrics
- This Is Fucking Ecstasy Lyrics
- The Church Channel Lyrics
- Shiksa (Girlfriend) Lyrics
- Baby Girl, I'm A Blur Lyrics
- Retarded In Love Lyrics
- People Like You Are Why People Like Me Exist Lyrics
- Died A Jew Lyrics
- An Insult To The Dead Lyrics
- Sorry, Dudes. My Bad. Lyrics
- Spay Me Lyrics
- In Defense Of The Genre Lyrics
- The Truth Is, You Should Lie With Me Lyrics
- The Word You Wield Lyrics
- Vexed Lyrics
- About Falling Lyrics
- You're The Wanker If Anyone Is Lyrics
- Spores Lyrics
- We Killed It Lyrics
- Have At Thee! Lyrics
- Hangover Song Lyrics
- Goodbye Young Tutor, You've Now Outgrown Me Lyrics
- I Used To Have A Heart Lyrics
- Plea Lyrics
Awesome. | Reviewer: Cara | 8/23/2008
In Defense Of The Genre, is amazing, just as all of Say Anything's former albums. I fell in love with all the songs, and as per usual, Max continues write like that of a genius. I strongly recommend to check it out, but I highly doubt you'll dislike what you hear.
Brutally Honest | Reviewer: Anastasia | 4/27/2008
Max Bemis is down, dirty, and bared naked for the world to see. He openly apologizes for mistakes, grudgingly acknowledges the sins he's committed, and explains to all that he is no one man to be worried about.
I admire the strength and openness he holds for the world. He opens up his chest and says, here, take a look. He exposes the world of drugs, sex, and all other drama with small bits of humor and a frankness that justifies being human.
It's a good philosophical listen, an admirable expose of the most shameful.
Staggering | Reviewer: Anonymous | 3/20/2008
Great album. I didn't like it at first but the more you listen to it, the more it consumes you. Pay attention to the lyrics and you'll hear how well it all plays in. Hands down, Max is a lyrical genius. Say Anything is not for everyone, but if they are, you'll fall in love. New songs also perform well live.
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