History Music / AllTimeLow

11th Jun '17 3:45:17 AM CheeZFingerSlim
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* AlbumTitleDrop: There's a song called "The Party Scene" in ''The Party Scene'', and "Put Up or Shut Up" comes from the song "Break Out! Break Out!" The title for ''Nothing Personal'' comes from the song "Break Your Little Heart".

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* AlbumTitleDrop: There's a song called "The Party Scene" in ''The Party Scene'', and "Put ''Put Up or Shut Up" Up'' comes from the song "Break Out! Break Out!" The title for ''Nothing Personal'' comes from the song "Break Your Little Heart".



* AntiLoveSong: ''Merry Christmas, Kiss My Ass'' happens to be both this AND an AntiChristmasSong
* BreakupSong: A brutal one is "Break Your Little Heart".

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* AntiLoveSong: ''Merry "Merry Christmas, Kiss My Ass'' Ass" happens to be both this AND an AntiChristmasSong
* BreakupSong: A brutal one is "Break Your Little Heart".Heart" is a pretty brutal one.



* ConceptAlbum: Last Young Renegade is this. In Alex's own words, ''"[Last Young Renegade] is a collection of songs written from the perspective ... of the different versions of me that other people might have met over the years, through the ups and downs, in the public eye and behind closed doors. I gave those other sides of me a persona, and a name, and The Last Young Renegade was born.''"

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* ConceptAlbum: Last ''Last Young Renegade Renegade'' is this. In Alex's own words, ''"[Last Young Renegade] is a collection of songs written from the perspective ... of the different versions of me that other people might have met over the years, through the ups and downs, in the public eye and behind closed doors. I gave those other sides of me a persona, and a name, and The Last Young Renegade was born.''"



** A few songs from Last Young Renegade seem to have shades of this.

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** A few songs from Last ''Last Young Renegade Renegade'' seem to have shades of this.



* IntercourseWithYou: ''Afterglow'' is probably the sweetest song about sex after ''The All-American Rejects'' song "Dance Inside."



* NewSoundAlbum: "Dirty Work". Although "Don't Panic" reverts the change somewhat.
** Last Young Renegade full stop. Whereas Don't Panic at least tried to have songs more in-line with the material from the albums before it, LYR just doesn't have more than a few, and even then, it's debatable. [[BrokenBase Whether it's any good is a source of contention.]]

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* NewSoundAlbum: "Dirty Work". ''Dirty Work''. Although "Don't Panic" ''Don't Panic'' reverts the change somewhat.
** Last ''Last Young Renegade Renegade'' full stop. Whereas Don't Panic ''Don't Panic'' at least tried to have songs more in-line with the material from the albums before it, LYR just doesn't have more than a few, and even then, it's debatable. [[BrokenBase Whether it's any good is a source of contention.]]
11th Jun '17 3:35:05 AM CheeZFingerSlim
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** From ''Life Of The Party''
--> You said it's all for a reason.
--> Well, what the fuck is the reason now?
11th Jun '17 3:31:07 AM CheeZFingerSlim
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* ConceptAlbum: Last Young Renegade is this. In Alex's own words, ''"[Last Young Renegade] is a collection of songs written from the perspective of the other side of the mirror. In writing this record, I delved into all of the different versions of me that other people might have met over the years, through the ups and downs, in the public eye and behind closed doors. I gave those other sides of me a persona, and a name, and The Last Young Renegade was born.''"

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* ConceptAlbum: Last Young Renegade is this. In Alex's own words, ''"[Last Young Renegade] is a collection of songs written from the perspective of the other side of the mirror. In writing this record, I delved into all perspective ... of the different versions of me that other people might have met over the years, through the ups and downs, in the public eye and behind closed doors. I gave those other sides of me a persona, and a name, and The Last Young Renegade was born.''"
11th Jun '17 3:28:21 AM CheeZFingerSlim
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* ConceptAlbum: Last Young Renegade is this. In Alex's own words, ''"[Last Young Renegade] is a collection of songs written from the perspective of the other side of the mirror. In writing this record, I delved into all of the different versions of me that other people might have met over the years, through the ups and downs, in the public eye and behind closed doors. I gave those other sides of me a persona, and a name, and The Last Young Renegade was born.''"
11th Jun '17 3:21:20 AM CheeZFingerSlim
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** ''Last Young Renegade'' has the line, "You were my last young renegade heart," right in the first song on the album: Last Young Renegade.



* AntiLoveSong: ''Merry Christmas, Kiss My Ass'' happens to be both this AND an AntiChristmasSong



** A few songs from Last Young Renegade seem to have shades of this.



* NonAppearingTitle: "Coffeeshop Soundtrack", "Hometown Heroes, National Nobodies", "The Girl's a Straight-Up Hustler", and a couple others.

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* NonAppearingTitle: "Coffeeshop Soundtrack", "Hometown Heroes, National Nobodies", "The Girl's a Straight-Up Hustler", "Keep The Change, You Filthy Animal", "A Party Song (The Walk of Shame)" and a couple few others.
11th Jun '17 3:09:30 AM CheeZFingerSlim
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* CaughtWithYourPantsDown: The song Noel is about Lisa (her middle name is Noel), Jack's ex-girlfriend whom was cheating on him with Alex until Jack walked in on them one day.
** Lisa actually jossed this on her blog, the song has nothing to do with her.
** Also, Lisa was not Jack's ex-girlfriend, and did not cheat on anyone. This is completely unfounded and based on fanbase rumors.
11th Jun '17 3:05:58 AM CheeZFingerSlim
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** "Damned If I Do Ya, Damned If I Don't".

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** "Damned If I Do Ya, Damned If I Don't".Don't" also refers to the same affair.



* LimitedAnimation: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDhoDYBGX18&list=PL0Cv84OTeDd77_JhZjcUN5nXXtHDip7jp&index=75 Every]]. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WG5MG7EJQ90&index=77&list=PL0Cv84OTeDd77_JhZjcUN5nXXtHDip7jp Single]]. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i73k9qJ40R8&list=PL0Cv84OTeDd77_JhZjcUN5nXXtHDip7jp&index=79 Video]]. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5yFg6BYTKo&list=PL0Cv84OTeDd77_JhZjcUN5nXXtHDip7jp&index=80 For]]. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0y--O88Enw0&list=PL0Cv84OTeDd77_JhZjcUN5nXXtHDip7jp&index=82 Their]]. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gv_fLzIzvTg&list=PL0Cv84OTeDd77_JhZjcUN5nXXtHDip7jp&index=84 Non-music]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIMHiMNUpHs&list=PL0Cv84OTeDd77_JhZjcUN5nXXtHDip7jp&index=85 video songs]]. From. Don't Panic. Seriously, every upload of those songs on Hopeless Records' YouTube page has the exact same animation in the exact same order, just timed slightly differently with the tempos of each. It gets annoying when you actually watch them back-to-back & is kind of lazy.

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* LimitedAnimation: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDhoDYBGX18&list=PL0Cv84OTeDd77_JhZjcUN5nXXtHDip7jp&index=75 Every]]. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WG5MG7EJQ90&index=77&list=PL0Cv84OTeDd77_JhZjcUN5nXXtHDip7jp Single]]. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i73k9qJ40R8&list=PL0Cv84OTeDd77_JhZjcUN5nXXtHDip7jp&index=79 Video]]. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5yFg6BYTKo&list=PL0Cv84OTeDd77_JhZjcUN5nXXtHDip7jp&index=80 For]]. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0y--O88Enw0&list=PL0Cv84OTeDd77_JhZjcUN5nXXtHDip7jp&index=82 Their]]. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gv_fLzIzvTg&list=PL0Cv84OTeDd77_JhZjcUN5nXXtHDip7jp&index=84 Non-music]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIMHiMNUpHs&list=PL0Cv84OTeDd77_JhZjcUN5nXXtHDip7jp&index=85 video songs]]. From. Don't Panic. Seriously, every upload of those songs on Hopeless Records' YouTube page has the exact same animation in the exact same order, just timed slightly differently with the tempos of each. It gets annoying when you actually watch them back-to-back & is kind of lazy.
6th Jun '17 3:46:17 PM GenreSavvyEldritch
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** Last young Renegade full stop. Whereas Don't Panic at least tried to have songs more in-line with the material from the albums before it, LYR just doesn't have more than a few, and even then, it's debatable. It's overt, forced, output of Pop is undeniable. [[BrokenBase Whether it's any good is a source of contention.]]

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** Last young Young Renegade full stop. Whereas Don't Panic at least tried to have songs more in-line with the material from the albums before it, LYR just doesn't have more than a few, and even then, it's debatable. It's overt, forced, output of Pop is undeniable. [[BrokenBase Whether it's any good is a source of contention.]]
6th Jun '17 3:43:58 PM GenreSavvyEldritch
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* HistoryRepeats: All Time Low signed to an overtly Pop label after two hit albums and a live album/DVD/documentary at Hopeless Records and went more Pop than they usually go, resulting in a really bad/divisive album that isn't sitting well with the part of their fanbase that knows the band's strengths and weaknesses musically brought on by too many cowriters and producers that watered down the band's sound into really bad Pop songs. Now, am I describing Dirty Work, or Last Young Renegade? Yeah. It's really weird how they had an extremely bad experience at Interscope while producing Dirty Work, and the album's quality reflecting it, only to jump back into the same exact kind of thing a little over half a decade later, only with Fueled By Ramen. The band even seems to have no problem with this either, which, given their CreatorBacklash against Dirty Work and what they've said about Interscope, seems to give off the impression that they're being forced to do some of what they have been doing towards the album, an example being Alex taking a page out of Pete Wentz's book and writing a nongenuine-feeling post about what every song meant to him and the band saying that the new album's the best they've ever produced, despite producing better music in the past and saying Don't Panic was the best they'd ever done.

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* HistoryRepeats: All Time Low signed to an overtly Pop label after two hit albums and a live album/DVD/documentary at Hopeless Records and went more Pop than they usually go, resulting in a really bad/divisive divisive album that isn't sitting well with the part certain parts of their fanbase that knows the band's strengths and weaknesses musically brought on by too many cowriters and producers that watered down the band's sound into really bad Pop songs. fanbase. Now, am I describing Dirty Work, or Last Young Renegade? Yeah. It's really weird how they had an extremely bad experience at Interscope while producing Dirty Work, and the album's quality reflecting it, only to jump back into the same exact kind of thing a little over half a decade later, only with Fueled By Ramen. The band even seems to have no problem with this either, which, given their CreatorBacklash against Dirty Work and what they've said about Interscope, seems to give off the impression that they're being forced to do some of what they have been doing towards the album, an example being Alex taking a page out of Pete Wentz's book and writing a nongenuine-feeling post about what every song meant to him and the band saying that the new album's the best they've ever produced, despite producing better music in the past and saying Don't Panic was the best they'd ever done.
4th Jun '17 7:36:23 PM Scsigs
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* HistoryRepeats: All Time Low signed to an overtly Pop label after two hit albums at Hopeless Records and went more Pop than they usually go, resulting in a really bad/divisive album that isn't sitting well with the part of their fanbase that knows the band's strengths and weaknesses musically brought on by too many cowriters and producers that watered down the band's sound into really bad Pop songs. Now, am I describing Dirty Work, or Last Young Renegade? Yeah. It's really weird how they had an extremely bad experience at Interscope while producing Dirty Work, and the album's quality reflecting it, only to jump back into the same exact kind of thing a little over half a decade later, only with Fueled By Ramen. The band even seems to have no problem with this either, which, given their CreatorBacklash against Dirty Work and what they've said about Interscope, seems to give off the impression that they're being forced to do some of what they have been doing towards the album, an example being Alex taking a page out of Pete Wentz's book and writing a nongenuine-feeling post about what every song meant to him and the band saying that the new album's the best they've ever produced, despite producing better music in the past and saying Don't Panic was the best they'd ever done.

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* HistoryRepeats: All Time Low signed to an overtly Pop label after two hit albums and a live album/DVD/documentary at Hopeless Records and went more Pop than they usually go, resulting in a really bad/divisive album that isn't sitting well with the part of their fanbase that knows the band's strengths and weaknesses musically brought on by too many cowriters and producers that watered down the band's sound into really bad Pop songs. Now, am I describing Dirty Work, or Last Young Renegade? Yeah. It's really weird how they had an extremely bad experience at Interscope while producing Dirty Work, and the album's quality reflecting it, only to jump back into the same exact kind of thing a little over half a decade later, only with Fueled By Ramen. The band even seems to have no problem with this either, which, given their CreatorBacklash against Dirty Work and what they've said about Interscope, seems to give off the impression that they're being forced to do some of what they have been doing towards the album, an example being Alex taking a page out of Pete Wentz's book and writing a nongenuine-feeling post about what every song meant to him and the band saying that the new album's the best they've ever produced, despite producing better music in the past and saying Don't Panic was the best they'd ever done.
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