Take Off Your Colours - You Me at Six Reviews
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by - written on 23/02/10 (Very useful, 31 readings)
This review is for the re-released of the album, which is the one you'll find in shops now, and it contains an extra disc with a couple more songs, which makes the album even better than it already was. This re-release was released in 2009, and the original album was released in 2007. This is the debut album from You Me At Six, a pop-punk band from England, consisting of: Josh Franceschi - lead vocals, lyrics (2004-present) Max Helyer - rhythm guitar, backing vocals (2004-present) Chris Miller - lead guitar (2004-present) Matt Barnes - bass guitar (2004-present) Dan Flint - drums, percussion (2006-present) Their latest ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/10, updated on 07/11/11 (Very useful, 32 readings)
Take Off Your Colours is the debut album of British alterative rock band You Me At Six. Timed at 51:09, this album mixes the guitar riffs and drum tracks of well known metal bands with the well thought out lyrical content of more main stream pop artists like Blink-182 and The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus. The original album contains 13 tracks, whilst on the deluxe edition 5 more have been added. 1. The Truth Is a Terrible Thing - A generic lyrical intro track, not as good as other tracks on the album, however is one of those tracks that makes me remember why I love the band. 6/10 2. Gossip - I'm not a particular fan of this track, however like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/09 (Useful, 35 readings)
Iv been a fan of the band since I first saw the song 'Save it for the bedroom' on Kerrang, I then downloaded some tracks whilst waiting for the album to be realised. Unfortunately I prefered some songs before they were slightly altered for the album version such as 'the rumour' and 'youve made your bed'. I have to say I totally love this band, not only are all their songs catchy it doesnt hurt to have a cute lead vocalist!!! All of the lyrics seem to relate to sex, being cheated on etc but still makes for an amazing album. My favourite song would have to be nasty habits, but I would never skip any of the songs as theyr all good in their own right. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/10 (Somewhat useful, 10 readings)
The first installment from you me at six and this is an album which contains catching songs such as save it for the bedroom and if i were in your shoes. This album can be bought for a reasonable amount of money from retailers such as amazon, I would advice purchasing the delux edition of the album because there are extra songs included like finders keepers. This song is one of my personal favourites due to its catchy nature. However this song does head clsoer to main stream music which may not be to everyones personal taste. You me at six have included songs that have an increase in tension, for example the song if you run at around 2 minutes 40 builds a certain amount .. Read the complete review
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