Tell All Your Friends

Label
Victory Records
Release date
1 Nov 2005
Running length
22 tracks
Running time
76:34

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 You Know How I Do 3:20 243,202
2 Bike Scene 3:35 196,941
3 Cute Without The 'E' (Cut From The Team) 4:18 145,092
4 There's No 'i' In Team 3:48 147,247
5 Great Romances Of The 20th Century 3:35 205,790
6 Ghost Man On Third 3:58 210,575
7 Timberwolves At New Jersey 3:23 234,069
8 The Blue Channel 2:30 175,501
9 You're So Last Summer 2:58 312,124
10 Head Club 3:04 168,166
The Ballad Of Sal Villanueva (Album Version) 3:54 524
You Know How I Do (Album Version) 3:21 385
Cute Without The 'e' (cut From The Team) Acoustic (Album Version) 4:26 476
Bike Scene (Album Version) 3:35 309
Cute Without The E (cut From The Team) (Album Version) 3:31 401
There's No 'i' In Team (Album Version) 3:48 113
Great Romances Of The 20th Century (Album Version) 3:35 321
Ghost Man On Third (Album Version) 3:59 342
Timberwolves At New Jersey (Album Version) 3:23 327
The Blue Channel (Album Version) 2:30 249
You're So Last Summer (Album Version) 2:59 440
Head Club (Album Version) 3:04 257

About this album

The debut of American Rock band Taking Back Sunday, released in early 2002. TAYF, ( as it abbreviated by it’s fans) helped Taking Back Sunday, along with previous acts (Sunny Day Real Estate, blink 182, Jimmy Eat World) and contemporary groups (Thursday, My Chemical Romance, Dashboard Confessional) bring the Pop-Punk/Emo genre into the the front and center of Rock in the early 2000’s. Fueled by the angst circa 20 year old feelings of lead vocalist, Adam Lazzara, lead guitar & vocalist , John Nolan, rhythm guitarist, Eddie Reyes, bassist, Shaun Cooper and drummer, Mark O’Connell, about romance, love and loss (as well a feud with New York native Jesse Lacey of Brand New helped their cause too) the album found a frenzy fan base and by 2005 it was certified Gold. While fans swooned over the criss-crossing voices of Lazzara & Nolan, and their more than expressive lyrics (I’m sick of writing every song, about you! , for example) it would not last long. By 2003 John Nolan would leave the group, bringing along bassist Shaun Cooper to start A Straylight Run (rumors state that it was over Adam cheating on Nolan’s sister, and with a band like this what else could break them up other than a girl) while Taking Back Sunday would recruit Fred Mascherino & Matt Rubano and continue on their way. While Taking Back Sunday has released 4 other records ( with a wide variety of members) and even seeing a reunion of this album’s line up, many of their fans consider this to me their magnum opus.

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  • alicesun

    Still one of my all time favorite albums. Was entering high school when this came out and I didn't know anyone who didn't love it. Near perfection, shame they will never top it.

    2 Mar 5:03pm Reply
  • Teh_Eric

    As opposed to unclean singing? V

    25 Jan 5:10am Reply
  • eric_montana

    Whoever wrote the bio for this album is, a) extremely biased and b) doesn't know what they're talking about.

    21 Nov 2013 Reply
  • darkestinsanity

    ghost man on third <3

    23 Sep 2013 Reply
  • IveSeenSJC

    This album is a classic despite anything.

    17 Jun 2013 Reply
  • zoeyorzody

    one of those albums that helped us grow up [4]

    7 May 2013 Reply
  • My_Sharona

    I still quote lyrics from this album on a daily basis<3

    25 Nov 2012 Reply
  • suck_my_pow

    jesus shitting fuck what an album this was

    6 Nov 2012 Reply
  • blissdementia

    Can't wait to witness this performed in its entirety this fall.

    20 Aug 2012 Reply
  • clubanddeform

    one of those albums that helped us grow up [3]

    14 Aug 2012 Reply
  • Ivar91

    One of my all-time favorite albums!

    20 Jul 2012 Reply
  • a-d-t-r

    My favorite album ever. Whenever I'm down, all I have to do is scream my lungs out along to every song on this. Getting into this album really made my life better.

    1 Jul 2012 Reply
  • awholelottabang

    one of those albums that helped us grow up [2]

    4 Jun 2012 Reply
  • cookie8888

    For all the fans of early TBS material, you should check out D.B. Cooper Duo. They are a little more electronically influenced, but have a similar musical style. Download their lead single "Knotting Hill" off their upcoming self-titled debut album for FREE at http://www.dbcooperduo.com/

    19 Apr 2012 Reply
  • eric_montana

    @white_lights It's 10 years old, not 6 years old. lastfm has the years wrong...I was in middle school when this came out, I feel so old

    27 Mar 2012 Reply
  • NitroSnake

    one of those albums that helped us grow up

    8 Mar 2012 Reply
  • Bassman534

    Favorite album ever. I'm so glad they released it on colored vinyl. The red is my favorite. For anyone interested, here is the link where you can get it http://www.victoryrecords.com/merch/vinyl/23373/Taking_Back_Sunday_Tell_All_Your_Friends

    9 Feb 2012 Reply
  • PHANATICZ

    Their best by far.

    28 Oct 2011 Reply
  • mickeymait

    My gf introduced me to this album. I LOVE IT. <3

    2 Aug 2011 Reply
  • Namdas

    As everyone says, THE Taking Back Sunday album. dunno why everyone hates Where You Want To Be so much, though, it was far less of a change than Louder Now, though still a much more energetic sound than TAYF.

    23 Jun 2011 Reply
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