Bad Vibrations

A Day To Remember - Bad Vibrations
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Based on 2 reviews
User Score
Based on 49 ratings
2016 Ratings: #697
August 19, 2016 / Release Date
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Epitaph / Label
Pop Punk / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
Upset

‘Bad Vibrations’ is a different side to A Day To Remember that they didn’t want to have to show us. It’s a product of necessity and it would have been wrong for the tone of the record to be anything but darkness given what they’ve been through.

70
Metal Hammer

The promises that Bad Vibrations would be a heavier follow-up to 2013’s Common Courtesy come to fruition – on half of the album at least.

JD
62
Got bored after a while.
71
While being a shotty and messy follow-up to one of the best scene records of the decade, it still has it's strong moments
KnifeTrick
50
The most bland releases from the band.
Terrible opener and great starting tracks (Paranoia and Naivety), but it all went downhill after that as it just grew boring.
However, the closing track (Forgive and Forget) was okay.
getaroomyoufuck
75
Favorite songs: Exposed, Justified, Turn off the Radio, Forgive and Forget

Least favorite songs: Naivety, Same About You
70
Floridian quintet, A Day To Remember, have made no secret of their love of pop-punk music and, for the past thirteen years, the group has blended this often-maligned genre with the heavier stylings of post-hardcore and metalcore. – http://renownedforsound.com/index.php/album-review-a-day-to-remember-bad-vibrations/
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Track List

  1. Bad Vibrations
  2. Paranoia
  3. Naivety
  4. Exposed
  5. Bullfight
  6. Reassemble
  7. Justified
  8. We Got This
  9. Same About You
  10. Turn off the Radio
  11. Forgive and Forget
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Added on: June 3, 2016