On their fourth album the band dares the flight forward: Out of the Emo-scene, into an epic Bombast-Rock, which shows influences from HipHop, Soul and also Mainstream-Pop.
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Tracklist - Infinity on high
- 2.The Take Over, The Breaks Over
- 3.This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race
- 4.I'm Like A Lawyer With The Way I'm Always Trying To Get You Off (Me & You)
- 5.Hum Hallelujah
- 7.Thnks fr th Mmrs
- 8.Don't You Know Who I Think I Am?
- 9.The (After) Life Of The Party
- 10.The Carpal Tunnel Of Love
- 11.Bang The Doldrums
- 12.Fame < Infamy
- 13.You're Crashing, But You're No Wave
- 14.I've Got All This Ringing In My Ears And None On My Fingers
EMP Editorial Team (02.04.2007)
They are the superstars of the Emo scene, sell millions of records and garnish the titles of all music magazines. The result of a true workaholic attitude. Because the mid-twens from Wilmette (near Chicago) have recorded no less than four records last year and did everything to get forward. Only to dare a huge step beyond now: away from Emocore. And to distance themselves from it every means will do for them, so it seems. Beginning in the production via a Jay-Z intro to the memorable bombast rock indulging itself in strings, synths and Neo-Soul. In times, you feel reminded of Maroon 5, that's how phat these 14 songs sometimes are. Even a silk piano ballad and a Leonard Cohen-tribute are being featured, the guys know no mercy. Really heavy sounds are rare - which doesn't stop the album from being successful: in America, it went pole position in the Billboard Charts and also in Germany it is the bestseller in Modern Rock.
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