Homesick [Bonus Tracks]

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All Music Guide - James Christopher Monger
Ocala, FL-based post-hardcore outfit A Day to Remember's third full-length offering opens with the blistering "The Downfall of Us All," a hugely melodic slice of metal-infused punk-pop bliss that's sure to land a second life in countless montages on MTV reality shows and 30-second cola commercials. What follows is a collection of perfectly executed and fairly standard clean vocal post-hardcore emo-pop that both revels in and illuminates the limitations of the genre. While lead singer Jeremy McKinnon fulfills his duty as a clean/screamo switch-hitter throughout Homesick, the omnipresent group vocals provide the thread from which the album was designed. A Day to ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - James Christopher Monger
Ocala, FL-based post-hardcore outfit A Day to Remember's third full-length offering opens with the blistering "The Downfall of Us All," a hugely melodic slice of metal-infused punk-pop bliss that's sure to land a second life in countless montages on MTV reality shows and 30-second cola commercials. What follows is a collection of perfectly executed and fairly standard clean vocal post-hardcore emo-pop that both revels in and illuminates the limitations of the genre. While lead singer Jeremy McKinnon fulfills his duty as a clean/screamo switch-hitter throughout Homesick, the omnipresent group vocals provide the thread from which the album was designed. A Day to Remember do their best to juggle both worlds on the anthemic "Have Faith in Me," and the closing "If It Means a Lot to You" provides fans with a fine Bic lighter/cell phone light moment. [This edition includes two bonus acoustic tracks.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/26/2009
  • Label: Victory Records
  • UPC: 746105054127
  • Catalog Number: 541
  • Sales rank: 6,338

Album Credits

Performance Credits
A Day to Remember Primary Artist
Mike Hranica Vocals, Guest Appearance
Jeremy McKinnon Vocals
Neil Westfall Guitar
Tom Denney Guitar
Joshua Woodard Bass
Kevin Skaff Guitar
Alex Shelnutt Drums
Sierra Kusterbeck Vocals, Guest Appearance
Dave Guynn Harmonica, Guest Appearance
Vincent Bennett Vocals, Guest Appearance
Technical Credits
Chad Gilbert Producer
A Day to Remember Composer, Producer
Jeremy McKinnon Composer
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Starts strong, Finishes amazingly...

    ADTR really hit the nail on the head with their 3rd full length album "Homesick". Writing about life, both good times and bad, on tour away from family and friends. This album emphasizes the struggle and hardships associated with fighting with the road to make your dreams come true. Inspired by two and a half years away from everything normal, this album is packed with emotion, happy and more commonly the opposite. Musician or not; the catchy choruses, hardcore versus and fun "gang vocal" parts are extremely addicting. Even if you have never been on tour this album speaks lengths about life, friends and love. You will definitely have this album on repeat for months, and you will find that you cant help but sing along at the top of your lungs.

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