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All Time Low - Dirty work

5.00
Reviewer :
Pär Winberg Format: Album
Year: 2011
Label: Interscope Records
Genre: Pop Punk
Producer: Various
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Review

Dirty Work is the fourth full-length studio album by the American boys in All Time Low. The album is the band's major label debut and was released on by Interscope Records earlier in June. And you can hear that the new album is a majorlabel-release. Every tone of the album is drawn through at least 10 filters before the album reached the market. There are actually six producers on the album and that is a sign... Anyway - over to the music. It's well done and the songwriting is solid with catchy hooks all over. Nothing to complain about - but neither an album that you will add to your CD-collection and call a classic album. But there are a few tracks that stands out a bit from the rest and fourth out "Guts" and the John Feldmann-written "Heroes" are two of them. Kind and well produced "punk" pop for the Disney-audience. But still - enuff to satisfy an old melodic jerk like me.

Tracklisting 1. Do You Want Me (Dead?)
2. I Feel Like Dancin'
3. Forget About It
4. Guts
5. Time-Bomb
6. Just The Way I'm Not
7. Under A Paper Moon
8. Return The Favor
9. No Idea
10. A Daydream Away
11. That Girl
12. Heroes
13. Get Down On Your Knees And Tell Me You Love Me
14. My Only One
15. Merry Christmas, Kiss My Ass
16. Time-Bomb - Acoustic Version


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