Can't Slow Down

Equal Vision
Release date
20 May 2002
Running length
14 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Deciding 1:55 35,431
2 The Choke 2:35 39,736
3 Handsome Boy 1:00 32,914
4 Blindfolded 3:13 30,663
5 Collision 1:25 27,859
6 Three Miles Down 1:36 31,819
7 Always Ten Feet Tall 3:24 32,556
8 Nebraska Bricks 2:04 25,800
9 Seeing It This Way 1:32 26,585
10 Hot Time In Delaware 1:46 18,242
11 Houses and Billboards 3:13 24,732
12 Obsolete 1:58 24,961
13 Sometimes, New Jersey 1:09 26,948
14 Jodie 4:36 29,320

About this album

Can’t Slow Down is the first album by Saves the Day, released on August 25, 1998, on both CD and 12” vinyl formats by Equal Vision Records. The album was produced by Steve Evetts. It was recorded during the winter break of Conley’s senior year of high school. This album was the bass guitar player Sean McGrath’s only recording with Saves the Day. (He is also responsible for changing the band’s name from Sefler to Saves the Day. ) “Three Miles Down” was released as a single and became a fan favorite. It went on to be covered by many artists such as Silverstein. “Three Miles Down” also inspired the band to record I’m Sorry I’m Leaving after a fan who was also an employee at Equal Vision suggested that they make an acoustic EP after hearing the song.

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  • bobo9390

    Power is the only word I could use to describe this album. [2] my favorite pop punk album.

    23 Aug 2013 Reply
  • ChrisFallout

    Possibly one of my favourite albums of their's and all time. Its just raw; unfiltered. Sure you can hardly understand what the hell Chris is saying half the time but the music is amazing. It also kind of makes Chris seem less conceded then his peers since he doesn't need soft music to make his emotional lyrics noticeable, he's free to shout them in an unstructured manner and leave the rest up to the listener <3

    25 Nov 2012 Reply
  • ChrisFallout

    Power is the only word I could use to describe this album.

    30 Mar 2012 Reply
  • abangjangkrik

    My fav album from STD, absolutely!

    18 Dec 2011 Reply
  • viniciuskoch

    Aways making my days.

    1 Oct 2010 Reply
  • Screeching_Weas

    It's the best STD album! Much better than the others! I like its power!

    9 Jun 2010 Reply
  • bobo9390

    One of my favorite albums ever. It's helped me through a lot of hard times, and the personal meaning it has to me is astounding.

    29 Apr 2009 Reply
  • Alfiiee

    It's "better than" and it's a cover, there is no "better", it's just another band's rendition. Geez, it sucks how you have to examine everything you post from every angle just to make sure no one can expand on in a negative way. Promote positivity, especially on this sacred medium,

    1 Mar 2009 Reply
  • eric_montana

    no one does lifetime better then lifetime, fail.

    23 Feb 2009 Reply
  • eddb

    does anyone else own a different version of this album to the one on this page? 'three miles down' sounds different to the version i have. i tihnk

    11 Sep 2008 Reply
  • Nutteralex

    I listen to this album probably 2 times a day.

    25 Jan 2008 Reply
  • odysseyandoracl

    Not their best, but maybe the best musical representation of New Jersey there is. I can't explain it any better, but if you grew up as a white kid in suburban Jersey you know what I mean.

    3 Jan 2008 Reply
  • liquid01

    Best STD album

    20 Aug 2007 Reply

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