Taking Back Sunday Albums



  • Taking Back Sunday Album (6/28/2011)
    El Paso
    Faith (When I Let You Down)
    The Best Places To Be A Mom
    Sad Saviour
    Who Are You Anyway?
    Money (Let It Go)
    This Is All Now
    It Doesn't Feel A Thing Like Falling
    Since You're Gone
    You Got Me
    Call Me In The Morning
    Bonus Track
    You Should Have Waited

  • New Again Album (6/2/2009)
    New Again
    Sink Into Me
    Lonely, Lonely
    Summer, Man
    Swing
    Where My Mouth Is
    Cut Me Up Jenny
    Catholic Knees
    Capital M-E
    Carpathia
    Everything Must Go
    Long Time Comin'
    Didn't See That Coming

  • Louder Now Album (3/1/2006)
    What's It Feel Like To Be A Ghost?
    Liar (It Takes One To Know One)
    MakeDamnSure
    Up Against (Blackout)
    My Blue Heaven
    Twenty-Twenty Surgery
    Spin
    Divine Intervention
    Miami
    Error Operator
    I'll Let You Live

  • Where You Want To Be Album (7/27/2004)
    Set Phasers To Stun
    Bonus Mosh Pt. 2
    A Decade Under The Influence
    This Photograph Is Proof (I Know You Know)
    The Union
    New American Classic
    I Am Fred Astaire
    One-Eighty By Summer
    Number Five With A Bullet
    Little Devotional
    ...Slowdance On The Inside

  • Tell All Your Friends Album (3/26/2002)

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    Reviews about Taking Back Sunday albums
    they're not emo | Reviewer: Anonymous
        ------ About the album Tell All Your Friends performed by Taking Back Sunday

    I wouldn't call this band "emo" they're a rock/punk band. you want to see emo go look up grudge bands than you'll see emo. They are equivalent of blink 182. sure some will say that blink is emo, but then i just tell you your musically confused.anyway the album is amazing, and I'd recommend it to anyone with ears... that work

    Amazing album, but not reinventing anything. | Reviewer: Alex
        ------ About the album Tell All Your Friends performed by Taking Back Sunday

    While the album may be one of the classics, it is just one of the bench marks "emo" bands measured themselves upon. And believe it or not most of these songs arent about breaking up with a girl they are about his best friend who at the time John had a falling out with, not adam. But back to the album, every single song is memorable and any scene kid from 04 (I think thats the albums release date) to now should known every word to at least half this album. Good reference to see what current bands base thier sound off. And a classic sing along album.

    Re: Where you want to be | Reviewer: Anonymous
        ------ About the album Where You Want To Be performed by Taking Back Sunday

    Sydney, as you can see in the information posted for each album (even on this site) where you want to be was released in 2004 and tell all your friends was released in 2002. so sorry, but you in fact are wrong to correct him.

    omg flippin' awesome!! | Reviewer: Anonymous
        ------ About the album Tell All Your Friends performed by Taking Back Sunday

    tbs is my life! i luuuvvv them! i cant even say how much i love them, i mean their music is just so passionate(hope i spelled that right) and w/ a hint of hot emoness, but not exactly emo, just the emo style kinda thing. doesnt matter, its the best i dont care what other ppl think, adam lazzara is beautiful, and his voice is soooo awesome and i love it and it has emotion, its not just music, its sumthin different, i think it deserves a different name!!! I love the rest of the band, 2, i just cant spell all of their names, so i'll just say they're freakin awesome too~!

    Where you want to be | Reviewer: Sydney
        ------ About the album Where You Want To Be performed by Taking Back Sunday

    first of all to whoever said tell all your friends was the first album, sorry you're wrong

    Where you want to be was their first album


    Absolutely brilliant!!! | Reviewer: Adam
        ------ About the album Tell All Your Friends performed by Taking Back Sunday

    What an album!!! i bought it recently after hearing "You're So Last Summer" and i couldn't believe what i heard. each song is as explosive and lyrically brilliant as the next. Adam Lazzara is an amazing singer and it's obvious from songs like "Cute Without The E" and "You're So Last Summer" that he puts all his effort, energy and thought into each song he writes and sings! All the songs are easy to relate to cos whether you wanna admit it or not we've all gone through hard break-ups and shit like that! Taking Back Sunday are re-inventing an emo scene that's become increasingly boring and repeated in recent years with an honesty and commitment to their fans comparable to the best of bands! 10 out of 10-go out and buy it...and tell all your friends!

    Brilliant | Reviewer: Tbs
        ------ About the album Where You Want To Be performed by Taking Back Sunday

    I think their old album was aboslutey delicious, and again here they come with more deliciouness! My favorite album right now, every song makes you wanna get up and dance..and cry. so go buy it if you havent! Absolute Brilliance form the onwe of the greatest bands ever. I love it.

    great album! | Reviewer: Andrew Riley
        ------ About the album Where You Want To Be performed by Taking Back Sunday

    The album opens with a bang with the song 'set phasers to stun', and has peaks and lows as it goes on.songs like 'phasers..' and my favourite 'little devotional' have some great driving riffs and choruses, rounded up by TBS's great pop sensibities, and ability to come up with some great hooks that you just cant get out of you're head. its not as cliched lyrically as some songs on brand new's deja entendu album (sorry to compare them, but i cant help but do so)- but those of you that hate mainstream emo will hate this! sadly, at some points, musically, it seems to be a bit of a snap shot of the genre, a song which is very dashboard creates this feeling, and another is very hot water music (but i personnally love HWM!) i was very impressed with the two new members- guitarist brings great backing, and the bassist is great, some really catchy and tight lines. drummer is a tight as ever. only problem is adam lazarra's voice is even higher at points then on the first album! overall though- a great album which i havent been able to stop listening to!

    Another good album from Taking Back Sunday | Reviewer: Dan
        ------ About the album Where You Want To Be performed by Taking Back Sunday

    Taking Back Sunday's first album Tell All Your Friends was full of good, catchy but simple songs. It seems quite clear on Where You Want To Be with the addition of a new (and seemingly better) guitarist/singer that they have matured, now with a fuller, tighter sound. They also show a little more versatility with song number six, New American Classic, exposing the softer side of Taking Back Sunday. This is a good album that shows the more mature side of Taking Back Sunday.


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