Love this record to death. I'm a little bias as Chris Carrabba can do no wrong in my eyes, but AMAMABAS will always hold a special place in my heart. It's the first Dashboard Confessional record I bought, "Hands Down" was all over the radio, and this girl I knew told me I had to pick the record up because the singer in the band had an unbelievable voice. To this day all the songs on this record bring back such memories that every time I listen to it, I remember. "Ghost Of A Good Thing" will always remind me of the west coast, "Hands Down" is the memory of my art class. I love this thing.
this is an amazing album. i will have to spin it tonight.
had a massive influence on me as a writter and guitarist. all those alternate tunings and such.
Chris and the band at their best amazing drum sounds on this record... Mike Marsh kills it.
As a huge Dashboard fan I can safely say the So Impossible EP is the best thing that he's done because never had I heard a concept so beautifully done before and since. Don't get me wrong hes churned better but the idea of that concept is so true on many levels