Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Review: All Time Low- So Wrong It's Right

All Time Low's highly anticipated debut full length album, So Wrong It's Right opens all over the place, and out of control with How We Do, but by the second track, the instrumentals reorder themselves into place. Gaskarth proves that he can bring indiviuality to vocals that previously sounded just like every other band on myspace. The remainder of the album is what ATL does best; poppy and fun to listen to, making Dear Maria, Count Me In one of the more metnionable songs on the record.
This Maryland band took what they knew from their past EPs, worked on their weaknesses, and a more unique sound, to produce a purely feel good, best friends, summer road trip, pop punk album with some electronic nuances...Something that hasn't been heard since the days when Simple Plan and Good Charlotte ruled everyone's walkmans. Lighten up Emo Kid, All Time Low's here, and they've brought the party, only better.

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