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album, album review, all time low, bail me out, blink-182, dancing with a wolf, dirty work, Future Hearts, i feel like dancing, infectious magazine, joel madden, kids in the dark, mark hoppus, Missing You, music, new album, review, satellite, so wrong it's right, Something's Gotta Give, the madden brothers, tidal waves When you package an album with a sticker that says “Features your new favorite songs,” you better have the goods to back it up.Luckily for all of us, this seemingly over-confident band is All Time Low, and we all know they can definitely back that statement up.
“Bail You Out” features Madden, and it’s definitely my favorite song on the album.The song could’ve been cut and faded into the following song right after the first set of “nana’s,” and used as a prelude rather than an entire song.With there only being one unique verse, it feels like they were trying for too much in such a short amount of time.“Missing You” is the most out of place song on the album, but not in a bad way.The song heavily features a mandolin, banjo and ukulele, something you don’t expect to hear from ATL.On May 9, 2013 in a track-by-track Billboard review, writer Jason Lipshutz stated: "Lovato takes the melody for a stroll and then lets it sprint on the hook, cramming every syllable of this nimble kiss-off with unadulterated joy.
Everything about the song works: the sun-stroked guitar lick, the bratty "Hey!
It contains some of the most powerful lyrics the band has released, including : includes guest vocals from two of the most recognizable names in the music industry today – Mark Hoppus (Blink-182) and Joel Madden (Good Charlotte, The Madden Brothers).
Hoppus appears on “Tidal Waves,” and I’ll be honest, I had a hard time wrapping my head around this one, and I still kind of do.
I feel like this song could appear on any album between , and it would work.
To have a song like this shows that ATL have stuck to a formula that works, but have tweaked it ever so slightly with each passing year as they have matured.
" interjections, the revved-up incredulity of the line "You wanna be more than just friends!