Through Being Cool
|Through Being Cool|
|Studio album by Saves the Day|
|Released||November 2, 1999 (United States)|
|Genre||Emo, pop punk|
|Saves the Day chronology|
Through Being Cool is the second album by the American band Saves the Day. It has a more melodic sound than their first album, Can't Slow Down, which was a more punk/hardcore driven record. Through Being Cool was released one year after the band's first album with three of the members having been replaced in the meantime. At the time of the recording, Saves The Day consisted of Chris Conley, Dave Soloway, Ted Alexander, Eben D'Amico and Bryan Newman. Through Being Cool has been cited as one of the more influential pop-punk albums of all time, paving the way for the new wave of pop-punk.
|3.||"Shoulder to the Wheel"||3:19|
|4.||"Rocks Tonic Juice Magic"||3:27|
|5.||"Holly Hox, Forget Me Nots"||2:37|
|7.||"My Sweet Fracture"||3:52|
|8.||"The Vast Spoils of America (From the Badlands through the Ocean)"||3:08|
|9.||"The Last Lie I Told"||2:23|
|10.||"Do You Know What I Love the Most?"||1:34|
|11.||"Through Being Cool"||2:04|
|12.||"Banned from the Back Porch"||2:59|
Alternative Press ranked this album on the top 10 most influential albums of 1999.
"Third Engine" was covered by Max Bemis from the band Say Anything and can be found on the self-titled album of Bemis and Conley's supergroup side project, Two Tongues. (Say Anything had earlier covered the band's "Jessie and My Whetstone".)
"You Vandal" was covered by the hardcore band xBishopx.
"Shoulder To The Wheel" was covered by the band Lostprophets.
"Holly Hox, Forget Me Nots" was covered by the band Hit The Lights.