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The Things We Say

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Download links and information about The Things We Say by Berlin Project. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Reggae, Ska, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 38:04 minutes.

Artist: Berlin Project
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Reggae, Ska, Alternative
Tracks: 11
Duration: 38:04
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. In Your Head 3:45
2. Running in Circles 4:05
3. Walking Papers 2:54
4. The Things We Say 4:28
5. You're Gone 1:23
6. Daydream 4:12
7. Not Another Game 3:13
8. Celebrity 3:18
9. All You Wanted Was a Crowd 3:43
10. Pleasure to Burn 3:08
11. I Won't Wait for You 3:55

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The Berlin Project isn't a Terri Nunn tribute band and isn't from Berlin, Germany. What it is is a Pittsburgh-based alternative pop/rock outfit that has evolved considerably since its formation in 1995. After favoring bratty ska-punk on Culture Clash and equally bratty emo/punk-pop on The Transition Radio EP, the Berlin Project reinvents itself once again with 2003's Things We Say. Some punk influence remains, but the bratty, teen-like snarling is gone — and a more polished, mature, sensitive band has emerged. Why the makeover? Different reasons can be cited. First, lead guitarist John Garrighan — the Pennsylvanian who founded the Berlin Project when he was only 14 — was older. He was 22 when Things We Say came out in 2003, and this CD is a reflection of a college-age Garrighan rather than the teenage Garrighan who favored ska-punk and emo. Plus, the Berlin Project has had some lineup changes since Transition Radio was recorded in 1999 and 2000. Jon Belan, the band's new lead singer, doesn't sound like a brat — and his thoughtful, more adult approach does a lot to change the band's personality. Some fans will miss the brattier Berlin Project of the past, but truth be told, Things We Say is superior to the band's previous work. The Berlin Project of Culture Clash and Transition Radio had a lot of growing and developing to do; on Things We Say, the writing is generally more memorable. There is nothing wrong with embracing ska-punk or emo, but the Berlin Project wasn't great at either of those things (competent and likable, but not great). It made sense to move on — and Things We Say, although not quite a masterpiece, is a solid, respectable effort and a creative step forward for the Pittsburgh residents.