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Futures

Released on 11 October 2004

Artist: Jimmy Eat World

4.0 out of 5 (6 customer reviews) | Write a review

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  1. Futures
  2. Just Tonight
  3. Work
  4. Kill
  5. The World You Love
  6. Pain
  7. Drugs Or Me
  8. Polaris
  9. Nothing Wrong
  10. Night Drive
  11. 23
  12. Shame
  13. When I Want

customer Reviews

 Average rating (6 reviews)

 Awsome!!

| | See all Baggie23's reviews (5)

Jimmy eat world dont make bad albums. FACT!! This is no bleed american but its a classic album and is full of a great mix of heavy upbeat and mellow tracks. Stop looking and get this bought now!!

 Triumphant

| | See all Mattlamb's reviews (1)

Jimmy Eat World are fast becoming one of my favourite bands. In my opinion, this is their best material to date. Superb from start to finish.

 AMAZING!

| | See all lilsims's reviews (5)

This album is one of the few you can listen to from start to finish without a boring song !!! GREAT !!!

 This album...

| | See all thatsleepygirl's reviews (133)

is part of the soundtrack of my life. Each song is awesome, and they get stuck inside your head. Jimmy Eat World has only gotten better with time! Buy this album!

 greatness, with 2 exceptions

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All the songs* are great and its very catchy, the stand out songs are Just Tonight (loud and fun), Work (obvious radio friendly single), Pain (singalong shouty chorus) and 23 ( which is more than 7 minutes long and has a really long instrumental introduction but is just brilliant). It's not as good as JEW/Bleed American, but it is still very good, I have listened to it loads.

*realised I was forgetting Nothing Wrong, which I dislike because it's too loud and doesn't fit in the album, and Drugs or Me, because basically its a bit crap.

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