War All the Time by Thursday
Thursday includes: Geoff Rickly (vocals); Steve Pedulla, Tom Keeley (guitar, background vocals); Andrew Everding (keyboards); Tim Payne... Read More
Thursday includes: Geoff Rickly (vocals); Steve Pedulla, Tom Keeley (guitar, background vocals); Andrew Everding (keyboards); Tim Payne (bass, background vocals); Tucker Rule (drums, background vocals). Recorded at Big Blue Meenie, Jersey City, New Jersey and Longview Farm Studios, North Brookfield, Massachusetts. With WAR ALL THE TIME, former underground New Jersey sensation Thursday storms into the mainstream. Diehard fans will be pleased to discover that the leap to a major label hasn't softened the band's approach. If anything, it sounds like the members of Thursday worked extra hard to ensure that the band's vision would remain wholly intact. Kicking off with the thunderous, daring "For the Workforce, Drowning," singer/lyricist Geoff Rickly firmly establishes himself as one of rock-and-roll's most distinct voices. "Division St." and "Signals over the Air" capture the skillful synergy between guitarists Steve Pedulla and Tom Keeley. But it is "Marches and Maneuvers" that best encapsulates Thursday as... Minimize
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|Number of Discs||1|
|Record Label||Victory Records (USA)|
|Genre||Rock and Pop|
|Release Date||September 16, 2003|
|Song List: Disc 1|
|Song List: Disc 1||
Product Review Summary
7 Reviews from Epinions.com
Oct 2, 2003
This "War"'s Good For Plenty!
Pros: Incredible lyrics, considerably heavier, much better vocals than their last release.
Oct 3, 2003
The Real War Is in the Interpretation
Pros: Greatly improved lryicism, Thursday explores new venues for songwriting
Cons: Tracks seem repetitious or boring to some. Some record stores charge an arm and leg.
Aug 17, 2006
Thursday Brings New Life To An Otherwise Stale Genre of Music
Pros: Heartfelt lyrics, elaborate instrumental work, and a beautiful mix of melodic singing and violent screaming
Cons: While groundbreaking, this album does not live up to Thursday's previous releases
By: minorthreat78 in Music at Epinions.com
Dec 8, 2003
Love, all of the time....
Pros: The best and worst of "emo"
Cons: See above
Nov 18, 2003
These guys can't sing!
Pros: Good beat, lyrics seem interesting
Cons: The vocalists need singing lessons! Read More at Epinions.com