Yellowcard

Yellowcard - Yellowcard
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2016 Ratings: #334 / 763
User Score
Based on 22 ratings
September 30, 2016 / Release Date
LP / Format
Hopeless / Label
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CRITIC REVIEWS

100
Sputnikmusic

It’s a befitting and worthwhile finale to one of the most incredible, memorable rides in the history of pop-punk.

90
AllMusic

After ten albums and 20 years, Yellowcard have left an enduring mark on the modern punk scene. Yellowcard is a near-perfect close to their story.

58
Entertainment Weekly

Yellowcard have never excelled at lyrics the way their early- and mid-2000s peers like Fall Out Boy and Panic! at the Disco have, something that’s strikingly apparent here. Yellowcard’s songs are full of lines you might expect to find in a teenage journal.

53
GIGsoup
Yellowcard’s eponymous last record is a solid entry and respectable cap-stone to their legacy. While It isn’t their best work to date and the creative fatigue can be seen in the song writing, there are a few memorable tunes to be found.
NR
What a great send off! This holds up with their best previous records. Several catchy rockers, and the slow songs are REALLY good. I'm almost bummed it's so good, now I'll miss them that much more.
tha138
55
Considered to be their last album, they didn't try as hard as they should, so why bother saying goodbye?
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END OF YEAR LISTS

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Track List

  1. Rest in Peace
  2. What Appears
  3. Got Yours
  4. A Place We Set Afire
  5. Leave a Light On
  6. The Hurt Is Gone
  7. Empty Street
  8. I'm a Wrecking Ball
  9. Savior's Robes
  10. Fields & Fences
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