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* BrokenBase: Their hardcore punk early albums vs. their later goth rock based "emo" albums. Also, Davey Havok's more feminine vocal style to compensate for his aged vocal cords seems to be the subject for quite ugly debates in Youtube comments.

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* BrokenBase: Their hardcore punk early albums vs. their later goth rock based "emo" albums. Also, Davey Havok's more feminine vocal style to compensate for his aged vocal cords seems to be the subject for quite ugly debates in Youtube comments. ''Sing the Sorrow'' is still the usual point where the fanbase splits, though it still has quite a few fans (and people who are nostalgic for it), and ''Decemberunderground'' is where the gulf ''really'' widened: depending on who you ask, it's either where they truly found their new sound and made a necessary evolution, or the point where they demonstrated that money was all they cared about and the [=MySpace=] EmoTeen market was their new target demographic.


* BrokenBase: Their hardcore punk early albums vs. their later goth rock based "emo" albums. Also, Davey Havok's more feminine vocal style to compensate for his aged vocal chords seems to be the subject for quite ugly debates in Youtube comments.

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* BrokenBase: Their hardcore punk early albums vs. their later goth rock based "emo" albums. Also, Davey Havok's more feminine vocal style to compensate for his aged vocal chords cords seems to be the subject for quite ugly debates in Youtube comments.

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---> '''CreepyChild:''' It was empty on the edge of town, but we knew everyone floated along the bottom of the river.


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* TrueArtIsIncomprehensible: Try to figure out what their short film "Clandestine" is about. Just try.

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* TrueArtIsIncomprehensible: Try to figure out what their short film "Clandestine" ''Clandestine'' is about. Just try.try.
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* MagnumOpus: Generally considered to be ''Sing the Sorrow''.

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* BrokenBase: Their hardcore punk early albums vs. their later goth rock based "emo" albums. Also, Davey Havok's more feminine vocal style to compensate for his aged vocal chords seems to be the subject for quite ugly debates in Youtube comments.


* LoudnessWar: ''Burials'' has got to be their least earphones-friendly track. There are lots of complex background parts, especially in songs' choruses, not of which is quiet or calm.

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* LoudnessWar: ''Burials'' has got to be their least earphones-friendly track. There are lots of complex background parts, especially in songs' choruses, not one of which is quiet or calm.calm. The mix is a little bit messy.

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* LoudnessWar: ''Burials'' has got to be their least earphones-friendly track. There are lots of complex background parts, especially in songs' choruses, not of which is quiet or calm.

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* MagnumOpus: Generally considered to be ''Sing the Sorrow''.


* AccidentalNightmareFuel: The spoken word hidden track at the end of ''Sing the Sorrow''.


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* NightmareFuel: The spoken word hidden track at the end of ''Sing the Sorrow''.

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* AccidentalNightmareFuel: The spoken word hidden track at the end of ''Sing the Sorrow''.

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* HoYay: They love making suggestive jokes during interviews. Davey also tends to be rather publicly affectionate with his male friends compared to most other straight guys.

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