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Deja Entendu

Deja Entendu
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Description: While anything but novel, the follow-up to Brand New's emo-punk-blast debut Your Favorite Weapon features unexpected touches and wisps of maturity. YFW was all about the rage and misery of young, explosive love, presented with Weezer-like hooks. Deja Entendu isn't really over it yet; lead singer Jesse Lacey still sounds damaged and full of self-loathing on mopey, post-Smiths pop like "The Boy Who Blocked His Own Shot." But amidst the Jimmy Eat World choruses are experiments with sudden dynamic shifts and style (like Lacey channeling Adam Duritz for "Play Crack The Sky"), along with ruminations about the miser ... (more)
Manufacturer: Razor & Tie
Release date: 17 June 2003
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0793018289627 UPC: 793018289627
Tags: 2003 (2), Alternative (1), Rock (1), Long Island (1), American (1), Alt Rock (1), Punk (1), Canadian (1), Triple Crown (1), Album (1), Alternative Rock (1), Emo (1)
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