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Taking Back Sunday - Tidal Wave flac album
Tidal Wave
Taking Back Sunday
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Twenty is a compilation album by American rock band Taking Back Sunday, released on January 11, 2019, through Craft Recordings. Its release marks the band's 20-year anniversary, and it includes two new recordings, "All Ready to Go", and "A Song for Dan". The band will also embark on a world tour in support of the album. Adam Lazzara – lead vocals (all tracks). John Nolan – lead guitar, keyboards, vocals (tracks, 1–3; 13–21). Shaun Cooper – bass guitar (tracks, 1–3; 13–21).

2016 release, the seventh album from the alt-rock band. Following 2014's top 10 debut of Happiness Is, Taking Back Sunday return with their album Tidal Wave. The name Tidal Wave is taken from the collection's first single, "Even throughout each song on the record there are a lot of references to water," vocalist Adam Lazzara explains. That's why it seems like that title kept poking it's neck ou. Material for the album was written in between tours for Happiness Is. Taking Back Sunday was formed in Long Island, New York by guitarist Eddie Reyes in 1999.

Artist: Taking Back Sunday. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: January 10, 2019 - Taking Back Sunday – Twenty (2019). June 20, 2013 - Taking Back Sunday – TAYF10 Acoustic (2013)

Album · 2016 · 12 Songs. A ballsy, affirmative seventh album of surging rock. The Long Islanders have sounded reinvigorated since their classic lineup’s 2010 reformation. This, their seventh LP, has the energy and freewheeling creativity of a debut. Death Wolf is as hellacious as it sounds, the rollicking title track begs to be played from a dive bar jukebox, while Call Come Running and In the Middle Of It All -all pulsating guitars and emotive choruses-revisit their soaring emo years. Tidal Wave Taking Back Sunday.

Taking Back Sunday released their sixth album Happiness Is in early 2014 through Hopeless Records. The album, which was produced by Mike Sapone, reached the top 10 in the Billboard 200. In between tours for the record, the group would meet up for two/three weeks at a time and work on ideas for their next album. In an. interview with The Aquarian Weekly in early December 2015, vocalist Adam Lazzara reckoned that there would be another writing session before the group goes to record their next album. Sometimes a band has to make something for themselves and not try to appease an audience who’s stuck on who they used to be". Maria Sherman of Entertainment Weekly wrote that it was "eclectic and sensitive," and "If emo is something that pigeonholes, Taking Back Sunday is making noble attempts to abandon those impulses-with Tidal Wave, the band is both.

Tidal Wave, Taking Back Sunday's seventh album, was recorded in Michigan and Charlotte, North Carolina (where Lazzara and guitarist John Nolan reside). Lazzara adds that the album was written in between tours during the Happiness Is cycle, the band's latest release from 2014. On if Tidal Wave will be emo, Lazzara tells EW, Look, in my mind every album anyone’s ever written is an emo album because there’s a lot of emotion that goes into all of that. You can’t listen to ‘Hey Jude’ and tell me that’s not an emo song

Having admitted that they didn't like the direction the band was heading after 2009's " New Again," founder and frontman Adam Lazzara would reconcile with founding members John Nolan and Shaun Cooper to reunite the band's original lineup. With their sixth album, 2014's " Happiness Is," starting to adopt more of a pop rock flavor in its recipe, TBS 's new album, " Tidal Wave," takes a step further in that direction. Numerous cases of this comes in the form of '80s alt-rock influences stitched into their pop punk style - heard in the flanger-heavy " In the Middle of It All," the guitar melodies in " All Excess," or the new wave synth riff in " Call Come Running " - which actually calls back to the bits of '80s influence found in " Tell All Your.

Album by Taking Back Sunday. I Felt It Too. Call Come Running. In the Middle of It All. We Don't Go in There. I'll Find a Way to Make It What You Want.


A1 Death Wolf
A2 Tidal Wave
A3 You Can't Look Back
B1 Fences
B2 All Excess
B3 I Felt It Too
C1 Call Come Running
C2 Holy Water
C3 In The Middle Of It All
D1 We Don't Go In There
D2 Homecoming
D3 I'll Find A Way To Make It What You Want


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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HR2291-2 Taking Back Sunday Tidal Wave ‎(CD, Album) Hopeless Records HR2291-2 US 2016
HR2291-1 Taking Back Sunday Tidal Wave ‎(2xLP, Album, Tou) Hopeless Records HR2291-1 US 2016
HR2291-1 Taking Back Sunday Tidal Wave ‎(2xLP, Album, Tur) Hopeless Records HR2291-1 US 2016
HR2291-1 Taking Back Sunday Tidal Wave ‎(2xLP, Album, CLE) Hopeless Records HR2291-1 US 2016
HR2291-2 Taking Back Sunday Tidal Wave ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, TP) Hopeless Records HR2291-2 US 2016