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Twenty Image
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  • Summary: The compilation release from the Long Island rock band features two new tracks.
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  1. Feb 8, 2019
    100
    Twenty serves as a phenomenal mile-marker for both the past and present, and shows off just what a phenomenal and important band Taking Back Sunday were, are, and will continue to be.
  2. Feb 8, 2019
    80
    As far as anthologies go, Twenty sticks to a pretty standard format, offering a chronological track list that features the expected highlights from each of their seven studio albums, along with a pair of new songs tacked on at the end for good measure and added freshness.
  3. 80
    This album definitely cranks out most of their hits, although it's a tall order as their first four records are perfect front to back.
  4. Classic Rock Magazine
    Mar 11, 2019
    70
    These songs are well worth revisiting for turn-of-the-century emo kids reminiscing on their misspent youth. [Apr 2019, p.95]
  5. Feb 8, 2019
    50
    This compilation feels totally unnecessary and impersonal, neither satisfying for old fans nor will it convince new ones of the band's greater legacy. They deserve better.
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