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Say Anything - Hebrews
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Based on 2 reviews
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Based on 28 ratings
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June 10, 2014 / Release Date
LP / Format
Equal Vision / Label
Chamber Pop / Genre
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A bit corrosive to start off with with some very annoying post-self-titled era Say Anythingisms but as the tracklist goes on and Max starts adding a bit more nuance into the songs rather than awkwardly half-screeching, the album becomes a bit more genuine and is the most personal album Say Anything has written since Is A Real Boy even if a few of the songs feel like a not as good take on Yellow Slash Red Cat. I'd agree in that it's probably overhated but it's still a long shot from any of the ... read more




Horribly boring and hyper pretentious. Max Bemis probably thought he was creating the next big thing and decides to feature friends, tour mates, and idols onto each track listed here. The most disappointing is the closer featuring Tom Delonge who is the man who inspired Bemis to sing and even be in a band in the first place. Nothing here comes close to reaching the pop punk brass ring. A sad waste of effort.

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Added on: December 22, 2014