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The Question

By Emery (Artist)
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Record Label   Tooth & Nail Records
Format   Enhanced
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 5.3" Width: 6.26" Height: 0.39"
Weight:   0.22 lbs.
Binding  CD
Release Date   Aug 2, 2005
Publisher   CHORDANT ACNT# 3707
ISBN  0012312940  
EAN  0724386060402  
UPC  724386060402  

Availability  0 units.

Track Names
1.  So Cold I Could See My Breath
2.  Playing With Fire
3.  Returning The Smile You Have Had From The Sta
4.  Studying Politics
5.  Left With Alibis And Lying Eyes
6.  Listening To Freddie Mercury
7.  The Weakest
8.  Miss Behavin'
9.  In Between 4th And 2nd Street
10.  The Terrible Secret
11.  In A Lose, Lose Situation
12.  In A Win Win Situation

Item Description...
Album DescriptionIn 2004, South Carolina natives, Emery did something amazing: They went from near obscurity to undeniable success and popularity, all in a year's time. What spurred their sudden fame was a combination of January 2004's release of their critically acclaimed debut, "The Weak's End," and a non-stop tour schedule, including stints with everyone from Hawthorne Heights to Eighteen Visions. Now having sold over 55,000 copies of their debut release, Emery are gearing up for their new release "The Question" which is more focused, profoundly mature, and so undeniably passionate that no one will be questioning Emery's potential.

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Reviews - What do our customers think?
Great Album  Feb 8, 2007
I really like this cd a lot and I am looking forward to seeing them live.
Among the Greatest  May 19, 2006
To begin, Emery is one of the best rock/screamo/alternative bands ever, and if I could I would give this and their last album both a 6/5. They take screamo to a completely different level. I won't ramble here I'll just give out the pros and cons.

~ Amazing voices! These guys can SING!
~ They can scream too! The background screaming UNDER the beautiful vocals of Toby Morrell and Devin Shelton just gives me chills. And the fact that screaming isn't focused on as much as vocals is what really blows me away. In screamo, vocals are underappreciated.
~ Complex. Two/Three guitars, two lead singers that switch off, and Josh Head screaming his last name off make one of the most complex and impressive sounds since screamo became a word.
~ Heavy yet melodic.
~ So much energy.
~ Emotion is relayed through the melody of the singing, screaming and even the instruments, which doesn't happen too often.
~ Power and emotion without swearing. Props to any band that does this. Emery doesn't resort to throwing in four letter words to fill in enough syllables or make lines rhyme.

~ I can't think of one.
~ Some may consider this a con, some may consider it a pro; there is screaming in almost every song, if not every single one.

Emery is as close to perfecting their sound as any band in their genre. This album is worth every penny and then some. If you liked "The Weak's End", you'll love "The Question". Emery has only gotten better since "The Weak's End". If you haven't heard any Emery, but you like the screamo genre go buy both of their albums. You won't regret it.

Songs to check out for samplers:
- "Returning The Smile You Have Had From The Start"; one of the heavier, more screamy songs on the album. This song throws you right in the middle of heavy guitars and pissed off, scratchy screaming.
- "Listening To Freddie Mercury"; melodic, slowish, poppy
- "Studying Politics"; a single with a music video, good display of general Emery sound
- "The Weakest"; very little screaming, singers really sound great in this song. They sing over eachy other, different words, but it fits (that's one of the coolest things about Emery).
"You wanted to know if it was worth the pain that it's caused us."  May 2, 2006
Emery has changed their sound slightly, and although it's a bit at the cost of their originality, I think their music is better for it. As a whole, they've gotten a little poppier (without forsaking their hardcore influences) and a little catchier, and it makes their music more entertaining. I still think The Weak's End was good, but the more mainstream The Question is better. Emery has maintained enough of their originality to stand out while making their music more accessible to draw in more fans.

But just because the songs are more catchy doesn't mean they weren't able to branch out creatively too. This really stands out in the lyrics. The vocals worked for me on the last album, but I thought the words they were singing were a little iffy. The lyrics have improved dramatically on The Question, as they are used to create character and meaning and they tell a story as they make it into sort of a concept album. Besides drawing you in with a storyline, the lyrics are simply enjoyable to listen to and are accentuated by the skillful singing from the two vocalists.

I won't go through all the songs, they're all pretty good, so I'll cover my favorites. "So Cold I Could See My Breath" starts it off with a strong guitar part and a driving chorus. Most of the songs really invite singing along with the band. "Returning the Smile You Had From the Start" contains the most screaming of any song on the record, and has some of the most effective lyrics. I like it a lot. "Studying Politics" is the supposed single, and is very entertaining and also strong lyrically. "Left With Alibis and Lying Eyes" is darn fun to listen to. "In a Win, Win Situation" is the band's second consecutive very good, softer closing song for an album. It's not the kind of thing that caters to the musical elite but it's one of the most finely crafted releases I believe the genre has seen.
good stuff  Apr 28, 2006
this is the first emery cd i heard, and it got me into them right away. the lyrics and singing are beautiful, and the screaming is nice. but then i got the weaks end and its even better, tho its their old cd. the lyrics arent as good tho and this is still a must buy cd
Well-done emo  Apr 25, 2006
Normally, one should beware of bands that dress in matching outfits. But strip away the group shopping trips and oh-so-hip indie neckties, and Emery is a band that does emo on par with anything else out there. Some cuts lean towards screamo, while others are practically straight-up pop with creative instrumentation and flawless vocal harmonies. There's nothing groundbreaking here, but if you want state-of-the-art emo with tight songwriting and clear production, you'd do well with Emery.

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