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Stay - Saves The Day - Daybreak (CD, Album)

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  1. A follow up to ’s Stay What You Are, In Reverie is Save The Day’s most lyrically diverse and sonically divergent album. Chris Conley remarks in the Daybreak Documentary that every album .
  2. Tracklist with lyrics of the album STAY WHAT YOU ARE [] of Saves the Day: At Your Funeral - See You - Cars & Calories - Certain Tragedy - Jukebox.
  3. Sep 13,  · Daybreak Saves The Day Alternative ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Daybreak 2 Let It All Go 3 4 E 5 Z 6 Deranged and Desperate Stay What You Are 9 60 million songs. Three months on us.
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  5. Album SCO UK UK Indie "At Your Funeral" 71 79 16 Stay What You Are "Freakish" — 33 "Anywhere with You" — — — In Reverie "Can't Stay the Same" — — — Under the Boards "Living Without Love" — — — Daybreak "The Tide of Our Times" — — — Saves the Day "Rendezvous" — — — 9 "Kerouac.
  6. Saves the Day shopped the completed album around and eventually signed on with Razor & Tie, and in released their seventh album, Daybreak. With their trilogy complete, the band made the move back to Equal Vision, releasing their eighth album, the self-titled Saves the Day, in the summer of
  7. Sep 28,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Daybreak on Discogs. Label: Razor & Tie - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock/5(19).
  8. Saves the Day complete their self-discovery-themed trilogy -- preceded by ’s provocative Sound the Alarm and the quieter Under the Boards a year later -- with paddcheckcomocennatamocetyrewind.xyzinfor by design or due to the intervening years and lineup changes, Daybreak sets itself apart from the rest of the trilogy with its sense of optimism and simultaneously forward- and backward-looking perspective.7/

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