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Where We Stand

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Lesson Learned
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Time Will Tell
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Sue
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April 20th
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Uphill Both Ways
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Kids
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Doesn't Matter
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Sorry Try Again
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Anywhere But Here
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On The Brink
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 34:36

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I used to think like you guys

34mustangs

There is plenty on music on here that I like, and it's all free! Yes! Bands and Artists who produce awesome material, that isn't popular(mainstream) but still it's great and even better than the popular songs! Here is a list of songs you people might like! Vast- Don't take your love away Granian -Numb/Uncovered/All in the face/Collide Vertical Horizon- I'm still here Default-Wasting my time/Let down/ other great songs by them.. Letters Lost-Answers

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HA HA HA

fiero3.4

This is the best music site for independant music, if you like GOOD punk rock or ska it's the place, if you like POP PUNK wrong place.

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?????

ambience428

Itunes is sooooo much better. I cant find anything on this site. Its a bunch of weird music no one listens too. Why does it even exist?

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you people are missing the point

slgsoccer

if you want popular songs emusic wouldn't exist. they can only afford to give away songs that aren't popular. if you can't find anything you like, you're gonna have to go back to paying full itunes price.

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Music?

FlashGordon88

I can't find any music that anyone listens to? Where did you find all this crap anyway? I can't find more than a couple of songs I even want! This sucks... I'm heading back to iTunes!

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ugh

sami-24

i have a list of 27 songs i want... so far i've only found 2 of them :l how the heck am i supposed to use all 50 this site has no good songs

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????

drumlinedude

this site seems to have no good songs, i cant even find 30 songs for my free trial??

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Lights and Souds! Where? This sucks

jcfrale

Where are all the good yellowcard songs? Like ocean avenue and lights and sounds etc. this is unfair.

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Yeah where's the good stuff

everythingtech

I agree indefinatly I can only find like three band I even know let alone LIKE

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@$#%$@ing Website

FAVRE4

This site %$@##@$#'s. I have 50 free downloads and I can't find one #@$%#@ing song I like.

They Say All Music Guide

Where We Stand reappears in 2004 via Takeover as a reissue of Yellowcard’s 1999 sophomore effort, in the wake of the Florida combo’s major-label debut, Ocean Avenue. The sound here is a respectable sketch of what would come; while vocalist Ryan Key had yet to join up, original frontman Ben Dobson doesn’t really sound that much different, and his harmonies with Todd Clary are pretty impressive. There’s a heavy Offspring influence here, along with some Green Day and 311; the latter group’s influence can be heard most on tracks like “Lesson Learned” and “Time Will Tell,” where Sean Wellman’s violin adds a dynamic instrumental layer to the usual pop-punk power chords and rapid rhythmic pace. “Kids” is another highlight, with its cross of hardcore aggression and cool heavy metal changes, while “Sorry Try Again” keeps thrash in the picture. Fidelity is a bit of an issue here, especially if fans are comparing it to Ocean Avenue, which was mixed top-shelf style by Tom Lord-Alge. But Where We Stand is still an interesting look at Yellowcard’s formative past for listeners made curious by the Capitol release. – Johnny Loftus

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