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Live from Orensanz

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Download links and information about Live from Orensanz by Taking Back Sunday. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 49:30 minutes.

Artist: Taking Back Sunday
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Punk, Alternative
Tracks: 11
Duration: 49:30
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. MakeDamnSure (Live from Orensanz) 4:09
2. New Again (Live from Orensanz) 4:16
3. A Decade Under the Influence / Lightning Song (Live from Orensanz) 5:58
4. One-Eighty By Summer (Live from Orensanz) 4:41
5. Your Own Disaster (Live from Orensanz) 4:56
6. My Blue Heaven (Live from Orensanz) 4:08
7. Carpathia (Live from Orensanz) 3:48
8. Didn't See That Coming (Live from Orensanz) 3:26
9. Set Phasers to Stun (Live from Orensanz) 4:39
10. Everything Must Go (Live from Orensanz) 5:11
11. Cute Without the 'E' (Cut from the Team) [Live from Orensanz] 4:18

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Right from the opening song “MakeDamnSure,” it’s obvious that Taking Back Sunday have honed their live set to the point where they can play it acoustically without having to hide behind guitar distortion. Live from Orensanz is the Amityville, New York quintet’s second live album. And playing in the 150-year old synagogue that is Angel Orensanz Center (in New York’s Lower East Side) makes the opening organ notes on “New Again” sound more reverent than the studio take. The small string section added to “My Blue Heaven” adds another dimension to the tune, even if the driving tempo and rhythm aren’t much different than the original. With sing-along audience participation on “Set Phasers to Stun” and a flurry of enthusiastic applause following, it’s safe to say that Taking Back Sunday’s fans were truly appreciative of this intimate setting. “Cute Without the ‘E’ (Cut from the Team)” lets the crowd in on more fun as singer Adam Lazzara takes a back seat on the verses to let his fans perform the song à la Tom Petty’s live version of “Break Down.”