A String Quartet Tribute to Dashboard Confessional [2003]

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All Music Guide - Johnny Loftus
Vitamin's A String Quartet Tribute to Dashboard Confessional is subtitled "The Songs You Have Come to Love the Most," alluding to Dashboard's 2001 LP Places You Have Come to Fear the Most. It's an obvious reference, but does illustrate the genuine care taken by the label to imbue its ubiquitous string tributes with features unique to the feted artists. A big part of what makes Chris Carrabba's tunes so powerful are the melodies, so it's no surprise that his work lends itself to the sway of a violin or a slightly melancholy cello. This instrumental tribute draws from all three of his albums as Dashboard Confessional; standout tracks include "The Best Deceptions," "Ghost of...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Johnny Loftus
Vitamin's A String Quartet Tribute to Dashboard Confessional is subtitled "The Songs You Have Come to Love the Most," alluding to Dashboard's 2001 LP Places You Have Come to Fear the Most. It's an obvious reference, but does illustrate the genuine care taken by the label to imbue its ubiquitous string tributes with features unique to the feted artists. A big part of what makes Chris Carrabba's tunes so powerful are the melodies, so it's no surprise that his work lends itself to the sway of a violin or a slightly melancholy cello. This instrumental tribute draws from all three of his albums as Dashboard Confessional; standout tracks include "The Best Deceptions," "Ghost of a Good Thing," and the stirring, lively closer, "Again I Go Unnoticed."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/25/2003
  • Label: Vitamin Records
  • UPC: 027297878624
  • Catalog Number: 8786
  • Sales rank: 167,714

Album Credits

Performance Credits
David Davidson Violin
Todd Rubenstein Multi Instruments
Technical Credits
Todd Rubenstein Arranger, Producer, Mastering
Chris Carrabba Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Not just another string quartet tribute

    OK so there have been like a million string quartet tributes made and some are good and some are bad. One of the bad ones i can think of is the one for Evanescence yucky. But this one, this one is actually good. It sounds a lot like the original music and doesnt sound odd. This is a great buy for a hardcore fan of Dashboard that wants something good to do homework to or to sleep to.

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