Say Anything (AKA Max Bemis and Coby Linder here) are a rock/pop-punk band who really hade very little credibility before the release o. s a Real Boy. Their previous album, Baseball was extremely generic and all around terrible, and even Bemis refuses to play any material for it. Recognizing this fact, he set out to make something much more grand wit.
Band Name Say Anything. Album Name Is a Real Boy. Type Album. Data de lançamento 2004. Estilo de MúsicaIndie Rock. Membros têm este álbum0. 2. Woe. 3. The Writhing South.
Say Anything emerged into the public eye with Is a Real Boy, a very experimental album with bizarre, sometimes totally self-indulgent lyrics that were also very cool and interesting surrounded in punk hooks and musical experimentation.
Say Anything is an American rock band from Los Angeles, California. The band was formed in 2000 by Max Bemis and his friends, and within two years, they self-released two EPs and a full-length album. In 2003, the band signed with their first label, Doghouse Records. A year later, they released.
Say Anything released. Is a Real Boy in 2004. Bemis performed the vocals, guitar, bass, and keyboard parts for the album. After the album's release, the band went through a rocky period lasting over a year due to Bemis's mental health. Bemis and Say Anything were also featured on the Punk Goes Crunk album with their cover of Ol' Dirty Bastard's "Got Your Money".
The giant conclusions that Say Anything Is a Real Boy feels like it should come to are never realized; instead we're left with oft-treaded, platitudinous affirmations. Say Anything's biggest problem is its inability to surpass what it wishes to examine. The acoustic strummer "I Want to Know Your Plans", in addition to blowing a great punch line setup, resorts to a woefully weak chorus: "You're what keeps me believing the world's not gone dead.
Say Anything unleashed new track "Daze" from their forthcoming 'Oliver Appropriate' full-length, a sequal to 2004's . .Is A Real Bo. By. Rachel Campbell.
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Say Anything (AKA Max Bemis and Coby Linder here) are a rock/pop-punk band who really hade very little credibility before the release o. Whether he succeeded in creating what he wanted to is up for interpretation, but regardless of that, the album is assuredly enjoyable
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For my money, it's the best pop-punk album of all-time bar none and one of the most impressive debuts I've ever heard. The genre wouldn't be the butt of jokes if anybody else could've come close to what this record accomplishes. I have listened to this thing hundreds of times, and have yet to get bored with it. The lyrics are undeniably witty and humorous, capable of expressing teen angst without inducing cringe and generally easy to relate.
Say Anything is the fourth full-length and self-titled studio album by American rock band Say Anything. In late 2007, vocalist Max Bemis and drummer Coby Linder worked with Saves the Day vocalist-guitarist Chris Conley and guitarist David Soloway for the side project Two Tongues. In an online chat with fans on March 14, 2008, Max Bemis stated that the band has plans to record a new record called This Is Forever
Say Anything emerged into the public eye with Is a Real Boy, a very experimental album with bizarre, sometimes totally self-indulgent lyrics that were also very cool and interesting surrounded in punk hooks and musical experimentation. Their followup, the 2-disc In Defense of the Genre, written by a newly sober Max Bemis, featured much more to-the-point lyrics in yet another incredibly-written album that, while not every song was a winner, looking at it as a whole, was pretty much a masterpiece.
Say Anything’s major label debut and second full-length releas. s A Real Boy was released in 2004 to universal acclaim. For me, it was the album of my youth, perfectly manifesting all my teenage wrath, emotion, and feelings of inadequacy. Max Bemis just seemed to get it, and his lyrics mirrored that understanding. Today, I’m no longer the angry teenager, but IARB is still a fascinating exploration into the mind of Bemis, and his various psychological problems.
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