Which Side Are You on Content/Copy-Protected CD, Import
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Luckily for me, first impressions don't last. When I first listened to the CD, my expectation was for another "American Made" which had Simple Plan/Good Charlotte-like choruses. I wasn't as impressed as I hade hoped for a while, then got to Picture Frame and I loved the rest of the songs. After listening to the CD again, while trying to forget their first album, I realized how amazing it is.
The guitars on New Game are unbelievable. They're also really good on Without You, Take Off, and Asleep on Broken Teeth. I think the best song though is After School Special. The only downside I could find was Clean 1145 and the hidden track. I guess they were just weird experiments in song types.
If you like rock in general at all, get Wakefield (both cds).
I'm sure most of you who heard their first release "American Made" (which, let's be honest, doesn't even deserve a review [but I gave it one anyway]) are groaning, but hear me out. On their sophomore release, you won't hear any pop crap like "Sold Out." Instead, it's replaced with gutiar solos, a keyboard, great drum patterns, real lyrics, amazing vocals... The list goes on. As soon as I heard this CD, I couldn't help but shake my groove thing.
The opening track "Without You (Which Side Are You On?)" proves to you immediately this isn't the same band of boys, but a group of guys with something to say.
My favorite songs on the CD would have to be track 7 ("Clean 1145"), track 8 ("Asleep On Broken Teeth"), and track 4 ("Quietly Complaining").
Overall, I gave this CD 5 stars because I haven't been able to get it out of my d*** CD player since I bought it.
If you like bands like SR-71, Lit, Yellowcard, New Found Glory, The All-American Rejects and this type of music you will like this cd either. Mix these pop-alternative-punk-rock bands in one and you'll get Wakefield but with bit of their own style. Wakefield use much variety on this cd so you can even hear some 'Lostprophets style' vocals here as well as some emo elements.
The whole cd is quite melodic and easy-listening and it's obviously worth buying it if you're in this kind of music.