The Autumn Effect

10 Years - The Autumn Effect
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August 16, 2005 / Release Date
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Republic / Label
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 The Autumn Effect is the most well-known album by 10 Years, an alternative band from the United States that made it big for a little while with the song "Wasteland." Remember that song? You probably do if you're a North American my age, since it was played on the radio quite often back in the mid-2000s. Rightfully so, I might add—it's pretty well-written and holds up even now. At least, to me.

 But how does the album hold up? In a way, nearly every song here is a ... read more
Once more around that same, rusted, alt-metal rollercoaster that hasn't fun...
At first i liked how each song blended with one another but as years have passed on the impact has died. Empires could have been cut from the album; it doesn't add anything new to the album. The heaviness nor the lighter moments on the album aren't strong as i remembered. The songs are mediocre but not bad at all.
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Added on: February 3, 2015