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Nothing Personal - All Time Low
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Nothing Personal - All Time Low
Date: 28/05/12, updated on 28/05/12 (23 review reads)
Advantages: Great album! Good songs!
All Time Low a pop-punk band from Maryland, Baltimore, is comprised of vocalist and rhythm guitarist Alex Gaskarth, lead guitarist and backing vocalist Jack Barakat, bassist and backing vocalist Zachary Merrick and drummer Rian Dawson they have been in the music industry since 2003, this certain album 'Nothing Personal' was released in 2009.
Nothing Personal debuted at number 4 on the Billboard chart and sold 63,000 copies, making it the band's highest charting album to date.
Nothing Personal features 12 songs, with top chart hit Weightless and Lost In Stereo, Nothing Personal shows perfectly All Time Low's poppy style but also there romantic and serious side, Nothing Personal is quite different from the bands previous albums.
This album is most definitely my favourite out of all All Time Lows work, many of the songs are relatable and show a softer side of the seemingly wild quartet, 'Hello, Brooklyn' and 'Too Much' are my personal favourites and while they may not be as popular as some of the others, they are definetly they best!
All Time Low have had several record deals but this album was produced when they were with 'Hopeless Records'.
This album is available from Amazon at the price of £5.42 + shipping and from other good music stores like HMV for slightly more.
Weightless- Quite techno-pop, same beat throughout, catchy and clear lyrics, awesome guitar rifts!
Break Your Little Heart- Heavy rock-pop, lots of drum included, memorable chorus, a heartbreak song.
Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)- Catchy beat, with an awesome guitar sound at the beginning, about mistakes in a relationship.
Lost in Stereo- Epic beginning, all of their voices fade into eachother, good use of effects, awesome chorus.
Stella- Very poppy, seemingly about a girl but I just think it's about alcohol and the effects, epic!
Sick Little Games- Rock-Pop, but softer than their usual music, about missing people from home and how people are fakes.
Hello Brooklyn-Very catchy and poppy, a great song about partying and travelling around the world.
Walls- Great song, awesome guitar solo. About a relationship that a member of the band was unable to keep due to a lack of maturity and how he's changed.
Too Much- Softer/calmer song, still awesome very drum based, this song is about having love in your life and taking it for granted so much that you eventually lose it.
Keep the Change, You Filthy Animal-Involves a lot of guitar, quite rock-pop, about a girl who messed up a guys chances with her friend because she 'loved' him.
A Party Song (The Walk of Shame)- Quite techno-pop, about a guy liking a girl, having a one night stand, this ends in him really liking her, but she doesn't feel the same.
Therapy- Beautiful and heartful tune, beautiful lyrics which basically sum up bullying or anyone who has ever felt left out.
Summary: A brilliant album, go buy it and have a listen!