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Redirected from Cute Without the 'E' (Cut from the Team)). Tell All Your Friends is the debut studio album by American rock band Taking Back Sunday. The group had several lineup changes before settling on vocalist Adam Lazzara, guitarist and vocalist John Nolan, guitarist Eddie Reyes, bassist Shaun Cooper, and drummer Mark O'Connell. Taking Back Sunday released a five-song demo in early 2001, after which, they toured for most of the year.
Taking Back Sunday draws forth images of what would be born of a marriage between Thursday and Saves The Day. The songs feature passionate,heartfelt lyrics that any listener easily identifies with. In December 2001,Victory Records signed Taking Back Sunday and put them in the skillful hands of producer Sal Villanueva and engineer Tim Gilles (Thursday's 'Full Collapse'). The result is a beautiful blend of passion, emotion and sincerity that is unrivaled in the budding emo-rock scene today. TELL ALL YOUR FRIENDS, their debut album was released in March 2002 and the band continued to tour, winning fans over by their (insert synonym for exciting here) agitative, animating,impressive, zestful live shows. By the summer of that same year, only a few short months later, shows were selling out in advance and word of mouth continued to spread.
And will you tell all your friends you've got your gun to my head This all was only wishful thinkin, this all was only wishful thinkin (the only thing that I regret is that I, I never let you hold me back) And will you tell all your friends you've got your gun to my head This all was only wishful. thinkin, this all was only wishful thinkin . Cute Without The 'E' (Cut From The Team)" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
In 2002, if you asked me which album I would take to a desert island and listen to for the rest of my life, the answer was Taking Back Sunday’s Tell All Your Friends. I’d have listened to that record, decorated the island with skateboarding posters, and built a bathroom strictly for hot boxing. In my mind, the album was perfect. If Adam Lazzara had lit me on fire, I would have felt honoured just to keep him warm. What originally drew my generation to Tell All Your Friends were the poetic lyrics, because MSN Messenger was our only form of communication. Posting TBS lyrics in an MSN status made you appear both tortured and smart. I need to know if these words still have the same effect on me.
Taking Back Sunday embarked on a "Tell All Your Friends" 10th anniversary tour for 2012, during which the band performed their debut album in its entirety.
Taking Back Sunday are terrible writers. The problem lies mainly in that they write trite livejournal crap but the really annoying thing that gets to me is they just repeat everything. They use the image "staring down the barrel of a gun" on three different songs on this CD. I mean, I could imagine if it was a concept album that revolves around the moment you're about to get shot in the head, but no, it's all about breakups and is certainly not a concept album. WORSTatWHATiDObest June 21st 2004. ^^I can see your point, however i tend to like. i heard that their new stuff sux is that true or is it like the old stuff on tell your friends? 1. 2.
Over the years, Taking Back Sunday’s Tell All Your Friends has been celebrated for its cathartic expression of emotion. Even though the album is ridiculously dramatic at times, the way it captures the messy emotions involved in growing up and interpersonal relationships makes it an album that can stand the test of time, even as fans grow older–even fifteen years later.