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If you were worried that Allstar Weekend's second album might find them changing their super-bright, super-slick emo pop sound into something a little more mature and seasoned, perhaps to match the bandmembers' maturation into voting age, you needn't have. If anything, All the Way is even more cartoon-like and ridiculously clean-sounding. Whipped into shape by more producers than would actually fit into most studio control rooms (practically a different team on every song), the album has a radio-friendly sheen that ropes in the silliest elements (samples from Sesame Street, lots of Auto-Tune, clubby four-on-the-floor beats, super-processed guitars, and the occasional boy ...
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All Music Guide - Tim Sendra
If you were worried that Allstar Weekend's second album might find them changing their super-bright, super-slick emo pop sound into something a little more mature and seasoned, perhaps to match the bandmembers' maturation into voting age, you needn't have. If anything, All the Way is even more cartoon-like and ridiculously clean-sounding. Whipped into shape by more producers than would actually fit into most studio control rooms (practically a different team on every song), the album has a radio-friendly sheen that ropes in the silliest elements (samples from Sesame Street, lots of Auto-Tune, clubby four-on-the-floor beats, super-processed guitars, and the occasional boy band-level rap) from every pop genre and melds them into a record so simple and poppy that it should be sold in vending machines at junior highs around the world. It's got the energy of pop-punk with no chance of any blood being spilled, the emotional indicators of emo (especially on the sappy ballads "Blame It on September" and "Teenage Hearts") without any real emotions expended, and the bop and roll of a variety of "urban" styles without any grit or realism involved. Now if you're a fan of blood, emotion, grit, or realism, you've obviously come to the wrong place, and you shouldn't expect any of that from a trio of guys who seem to have a fondness for Sugar Ray ("When I Get Paid") and a weakness for very silly lyrics ("Sorry..." or "Mr. Wonderful," which contains the wonderfully innocent come-on "We could swim with the dolphins/Go golfing/You could be my wife"), and who basically come off as the second coming of LFO. Not the one people remember fondly, the "other" LFO. Apart from the two ballads, which are far too earnest and string-laden to be believed, the album is basically like slamming one of those longer-than-your-arm pixie sticks and chasing it with a giant jug of Sunny D. Not anything a jaded fan of "real' music will have much time for, but loads of fun for those who like their pop made as silly and frivolous as possible.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/27/2011
  • Label: HOLLYWOOD RECORDS
  • UPC: 050087156442
  • Catalog Number: 000528692

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Mr. Wonderful (3:20)
  2. 2 Bend or Break (3:30)
  3. 3 Not Your Birthday (3:25)
  4. 4 Do It 2 Me (3:20)
  5. 5 Blame It On September (3:38)
  6. 6 Sorry... (3:17)
  7. 7 James (Never Change) (3:43)
  8. 8 All the Way (3:22)
  9. 9 When I Get Paid (3:09)
  10. 10 Undercover (3:34)
  11. 11 Be There (2:53)
  12. 12 Teenage Hearts (3:24)
  13. 13 [CD-ROM Track]
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Allstar Weekend Primary Artist
Richard Dodd Cello
John Fields Bass, Guitar, Mandolin, Piano, Drums, Keyboards, Vocals
John Feldmann Bass, Guitar, Percussion, Background Vocals
Ken Chastain Percussion
John Krovoza Cello
Eric Gorfain Violin
Dean Butterworth Drums
Daphne Chen Violin
Jonathan Berry Guitar
Michael Martinez Drums, Group Member
Caroline Buckman Viola
Amy Wickman Viola
Lauren Chipman Viola
Radu Pieptea Violin
Kevin Hissink Guitar
Peter Thorn Guitar
Nathan Darmody Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals
Cameron Quiseng Bass, Group Member
Ilya Toshinskiy Acoustic Guitar
Anthony Melo Rap
Steve Lu Conductor, Keyboards
Zach Porter Vocals, Group Member
Technical Credits
John Fields Composer, Programming, Producer, Engineer
Robert Vosgien Mastering
Dan Wilson Composer
Mike Daly Composer
John Feldmann Programming, Producer, String Arrangements
Ken Chastain Programming
Enny Joo Art Direction
Scott Mann Engineer
James Bourne Composer
S*A*M Producer
Erik Ron Engineer
Marek Pompetzki Producer
Marty James Composer
Chad Royce Engineer
Alfred Tuohey Composer
Busbee Composer, Producer, Vocal Producer, Instrumentation
Paul Nza Producer
Grant Michaels Programming
Brandon Paddock Engineer
Nathan Darmody Composer
Zachary Porter Composer
Chris Fabich Composer
Tobias Zwiefler Composer
Cecil Remmler Producer
Jim Wes Composer
Ryan Hughes Pro-Tools
Anthony Melo Composer
Jayce Levi Composer
JP Clark Composer, Vocal Producer
Mimoza Blinsson Composer
Ben Charles Composer
Aaron Harmon Composer
Steve Lu String Arrangements
Jonathan Rotem Composer
Martha Rich Illustrations
Joseph Raposo Composer
Christopher J. Baran Composer, Producer, Engineer, Instrumentation
Travis Huff Composer
The Clique Producer
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