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Still Searching is the second studio album by American post-hardcore band Senses Fail, released October 10, 2006 through Vagrant Records. A deluxe version of the record was released, containing a DVD with the making of the album. In the first month of sales the album sold 200,000 copies. It is the first album to feature guitarist Heath Saraceno, and the last to have original member Mike Glita, on bass. Around this time, vocalist Buddy Nielsen stopped taking antidepressants and started suffering from major anxiety attacks. In an effort to distract himself, the band went on tour. With no improvement in his condition, he was prescribed anxiety medication. Despite it helping his nerves, it left him unable to be excited. During this period, Nielsen began thinking about his goals and regrets, and determined to write material based on both. Chris Lord-Alge mixed the recordings, with assistance from Keith Armstrong, at Resonate Music in Burbank, California. Ted Jensen then mastered the recordings at Sterling Sound. The group initially wanted to moved away from the screaming metal-influenced sound of Let It Enfold You. However, after seeing the number of bands attempt to recreate Enfold You musically, the group decided to simply build upon that sound. The band came up with 30–40 song ideas, and 25–30 of those were complete. According to Saraceno, they ranged from cock rock to 1990s alternative rock to metal. The band demoed all of these and picked the ones they felt would make a cohesive record. I'm really still searching for some sort of happiness or resolution to the things I've gone through." Zablocki and Saraceno wanted to add another layer to their songs, and used digital audio workstations such as Reason 3.0, Garage Band and Pro Tools. Discussing the title, Nielsen said: "I wrote a lot about my family … These software programs were used to make samples and program additional instrumentation to develop the layers. The title-track is about struggling with depression, anxiety, going through therapy, and being on-and-off medication. The track's music was a went through the different areas of the group's sound, ranging from heavy parts to melodic parts, Some copies of the album came with a making-of DVD. Best Buy and Target both had versions with their own exclusive bonus tracks. Wayne Pighini, Vagrant's head of marketing, said these companies were the two major retailers for the band, and the two that were the most successful with Let It Enfold You. A deluxe edition of Still Searching was released on November 13. It featured six bonus tracks (two originals that were recorded previously in August, three B-sides and a cover of the Cranberries song "Salvation") and a DVD with behind-the-scenes tour footage. All Music praised the improvement of the album over its predecessor; "The focus here is more on tense emo rock with a hard pop edge than scream-bloody-murder screamo -- since there is less emphasis on screaming -- yet the music remains wholly Senses Fail." Absolute Punk writer Drew Beringer commented on the album's improved lyrics and musicianship, and concluding by saying "Still Searching is quite the improvement, and while it leaves some to be desired, it shows that Senses Fail are on the right path to fully discovering themselves". reviewed the album and gave it (7/10), stating "The band has improved in almost every way. The lyrics are better, the vocals are better, the screaming feels like it has a purpose now and the music sounds like an almost completely different band." The songs "Can't Be Saved", "The Priest and the Matador", "Shark Attack", and "Calling All Cars" are featured on the band's greatest hits album Follow Your Bliss: The Best of Senses Fail, released in May 2012. Still Searching is the second studio album by American post-hardcore band Senses Fail, released October 10, 2006 through Vagrant Records. A deluxe version of the record was released, containing a DVD with the making of the album. In the first month of sales the album sold 200,000 copies. It is the first album to feature guitarist Heath Saraceno, and the last to have original member Mike Glita, on bass. Around this time, vocalist Buddy Nielsen stopped taking antidepressants and started suffering from major anxiety attacks. In an effort to distract himself, the band went on tour. With no improvement in his condition, he was prescribed anxiety medication. Despite it helping his nerves, it left him unable to be excited. During this period, Nielsen began thinking about his goals and regrets, and determined to write material based on both. Chris Lord-Alge mixed the recordings, with assistance from Keith Armstrong, at Resonate Music in Burbank, California. Ted Jensen then mastered the recordings at Sterling Sound. The group initially wanted to moved away from the screaming metal-influenced sound of Let It Enfold You. However, after seeing the number of bands attempt to recreate Enfold You musically, the group decided to simply build upon that sound. The band came up with 30–40 song ideas, and 25–30 of those were complete. According to Saraceno, they ranged from cock rock to 1990s alternative rock to metal. The band demoed all of these and picked the ones they felt would make a cohesive record. I'm really still searching for some sort of happiness or resolution to the things I've gone through." Zablocki and Saraceno wanted to add another layer to their songs, and used digital audio workstations such as Reason 3.0, Garage Band and Pro Tools. Discussing the title, Nielsen said: "I wrote a lot about my family … These software programs were used to make samples and program additional instrumentation to develop the layers. The title-track is about struggling with depression, anxiety, going through therapy, and being on-and-off medication. The track's music was a went through the different areas of the group's sound, ranging from heavy parts to melodic parts, Some copies of the album came with a making-of DVD. Best Buy and Target both had versions with their own exclusive bonus tracks. Wayne Pighini, Vagrant's head of marketing, said these companies were the two major retailers for the band, and the two that were the most successful with Let It Enfold You. A deluxe edition of Still Searching was released on November 13. It featured six bonus tracks (two originals that were recorded previously in August, three B-sides and a cover of the Cranberries song "Salvation") and a DVD with behind-the-scenes tour footage. All Music praised the improvement of the album over its predecessor; "The focus here is more on tense emo rock with a hard pop edge than scream-bloody-murder screamo -- since there is less emphasis on screaming -- yet the music remains wholly Senses Fail." Absolute Punk writer Drew Beringer commented on the album's improved lyrics and musicianship, and concluding by saying "Still Searching is quite the improvement, and while it leaves some to be desired, it shows that Senses Fail are on the right path to fully discovering themselves". reviewed the album and gave it (7/10), stating "The band has improved in almost every way. The lyrics are better, the vocals are better, the screaming feels like it has a purpose now and the music sounds like an almost completely different band." The songs "Can't Be Saved", "The Priest and the Matador", "Shark Attack", and "Calling All Cars" are featured on the band's greatest hits album Follow Your Bliss: The Best of Senses Fail, released in May 2012.

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