They Make Me Smile| Posted October 14, 2007
This album is my favorite Relient K album by far, it seems that every song is at its best. 'Who I Am Hates Who I've Been', 'Be My Escape', and 'Which to Bury, Us or the Hatchet' are my three favorites. The vocals are absolutely incredible and the lyrics are genius. I honestly think that Relient K really found their sound in this album. 'High of 75' and 'The One I'm Waiting For' are such cute songs and they make me smile. So, Relient K is pretty good, you should probably check them out.
Incredible CD. Good torture material as well. :-P (read for that deail)| Posted September 11, 2007
Yes: High of 75 causes one of my friends to cringe. Not because of the sound, but because she insists on not being hyper-happy like that. It's fun. :-D
The rest of the CD is awesome as well, and definitely in my "Most Played" list for good reason. This CD makes for a great traveling-to-Camp soundtrack as well. :-D
Relient K: Mmhmm| Posted August 29, 2007
Awesome album! "Who I Am Hates Who I've Been" was my favorite song! It's actually my new ringtone, which is even more awesome. Deffinitely an inspiring record by Relient K.
mmhmm| Posted August 22, 2007
this cd actually dissapointed me..it was weird least to say...it just wasnt relient k.
i liked their tongue in cheek themes and puns and outright irony...the funny thing about this cd is how they came up with the title..they put different noises in a hat..on paper of course..and whatever they drew was it..and well..they dres mmhmm
MMHMM..This Album R0cKs!!!!| Posted August 21, 2007
This album was released in 2004..
Matt Theissen is an awesome song composer,
the songs on this album are very catchy and the lyrics mean alot.. A must!!!!
Ahhh, Refreshing, Rockinâ€™, Reliant K| Posted August 05, 2007
This CD is amazing. A terrific rock ballad "Who I am Hates Who I've Been", a strange, unique, and way cool "High of 75" and a song that everyone has needed to say in their own life "Which to bury? Us or the Hatchet" then the huge hit "Be My Escape" and a note-worthy "Let It All Out". Almost every song in the album deserves two thumbs up. It is filled with energy and excitement, great lyrics and good voices, Punk and Pop. I had liked Relient K a lot since I got their latest album "Five Score and Seven Years" But I'd have to say I LOVE Relient K now. Their punkish beat and Matt's voice puts the icing on the cake. I would mot definitely recommend this album to all of my friends . The only annoying thing of the whole album is that it seems like he ends a few rock songs in the same way. Getting close to the end of the song the band packs up their guitars and the drummer steps out for a coffee break while the song is finished with a slow piano melody. Which when I first heard it was great, it was really cool actually to see the nice and smooth transition, but then he did the exact same thing for like 3 more songs! Obviously they thought it was a cool idea too, and decided to make it a habit. But that is, like I said, the only annoying part of the whole album. This is definitely one of my favorite. And I am excited about getting their earlier CD's.