Saves The Day - Daybreak download album
Daybreak is the seventh studio album by the American rock band Saves the Day. This album is the band's first without long-time guitarist David Soloway since 1998, and their first with guitarist Arun Bali and bass guitarist Rodrigo Palma. The album also features Spencer Peterson on drums for the first time, before leaving the band prior to the album's release.
Saves The Day – Daybreak. Label: Razor & Tie – 7930183139-2. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Country: US. Released: 16 Sep 2011. Somehow You Love Me. A1-II. Fucked Up Past The Point Of Fixing.
Daybreak really proves that Saves the Day is and has always been Chris Conley’s brainchild first and foremost. There’s very little sonic or lyrical difference between this and any other of STD’s recent recordings. The 11-track release, the band’s seventh, still trades in guitar-driven, emo-flavored rock that centers on Conley’s unique vocals. In terms of standouts, there are a few. The titular opening track runs an amazingly ambitious 10:46, through several themes, complete with some intriguing guitar work. The rest of the album vacillates between mediocre ( E and Deranged and Desperate ) and slightly annoying ( Living Without Love and Undress Me ). Conley deserves deep respect for having the musical fortitude to continue to compose regardless of what anyone thinks. However, most Saves the Day fans (this one included) really just want to hear him play the old stuff.
Saves the Day complete their d trilogy - preceded by 2006’s provocative Sound the Alarm and the quieter Under the Boards a year later - with Daybreak. Whether by design or due to the intervening years and lineup changes, Daybreak sets itself apart from the rest of the trilogy with its sense of optimism and simultaneously forward- and backward-looking perspective.
Saves The Day are an emo/pop punk/indie band from Princeton, New Jersey. They initially formed in 1994 under the name Sefler until changing it in 1997. They formed at a very young age, with their debut album Can't Slow Down while they were still in high school. They continued on to release three albums now considered essentials in emo/pop punk, and crucial in developing the genre in their wake. These are the catchy and Through Being Cool, the quintessential classic Stay What You Are, and the experimental In Reverie
Saves The Day Lyrics. sort by album sort by song. album: "Can't Slow Down" (1998). Deciding The Choke Handsome Boy Blindfolded Collision Three Miles Down Always Ten Feet Tall Nebraska Bricks Seeing It This Way Hot Time In Delaware Houses & Billboards Obsolete Sometimes, New Jersey Jodie. EP: "I'm Sorry I'm Leaving" (1999). I'm Sorry I'm Leaving Hold Jessie & My Whetstone Take Our Cars Now! I Melt With You The Way His Collar Falls. Head For The Hills The End Shattered Eulogy Dying Day 34 Say You'll Never Leave Diseased Don't Know Why Sound The Alarm Bones Delusional Hell Is Here. album: "Under The Boards" (2007). Under The Boards Radio Can't Stay The Same Get Fucked Up When I'm Not There Lonely Nights Bye Bye Baby Stay Getaway Because You Are No Other Kaleidoscope Woe Turning Over In My Tomb. album: "Daybreak" (2011).
Daybreak" is the 7th album from Saves The Day and the work around the record has been a roller coaster ride for the band with line up changes and the release date postponed several times, but finally the album sees the day of light on Sept 13th. It´s 4 years since their latest album "Under the boards" in 2007 but lead singer/guitarist Chris Conley hasn´t been lazy lying on his back during this time, he and lead guitarist David Soloway formed the side project Two Tongues in 2009 with members of Say Anything
Daybreak is the first Saves the Day album since 1998's Can't Slow Down to not feature guitarist David Soloway. His presence is missed, but the biggest difference between Daybreak and Under the Boards is the lack of rhythm section of Manuel Carrera and Durijah Lang, both members of Glassjaw, who added a hint of complexity and technicality to that album's otherwise simple pop-rock songs. Daybreak doesn't have that, but the songs are good enough to stand on their own. Even though Conley is the only remaining member of the Under the Boards lineup, Daybreak feels like a logical.
|1-I.||Somehow You Love Me||1:33|
|1-II.||Fucked Up Past The Point Of Fixing||2:26|
|2||Let It All Go||2:46|
|6||Deranged & Desperate||2:25|
|8||Living Without Love||1:58|
NotesTest pressing on black vinyl from Record Industry / Furnace MFG
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 793018313919
|793018331623||Saves The Day||Daybreak (CD, Album)||Razor & Tie||793018331623||US||2011|
|3WR013||Saves The Day||Daybreak (CD, Album)||Razor & Tie, 3Wise Records, Sony Music||3WR013||Australia||2011|
|VICP-64986||Saves The Day||Daybreak (CD, Album)||Victor Entertainment, Inc.||VICP-64986||Japan||2011|
|0793018331623||Saves The Day||Daybreak (2xCD, Album, Dlx)||Razor & Tie||0793018331623||US||2011|
|793018139-2||Saves The Day||Daybreak (LP, Album, Whi)||Razor & Tie||793018139-2||US||2011|