By Andy Greenwald
Updated September 14, 2007 at 04:00 AM EDT
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Scream & Light Up the Sky

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If he’s not careful, The Honorary Title’s frontman Jarrod Gorbel is going to lose his seat at the emo lunch table: On the Brooklyn band’s second album (Scream & Light Up the Sky), he avoids wallowing in the sappy breakup dirges that are de rigueur for the genre. Instead, armed with his elastic, dramatic voice, he and his bandmates leap fearlessly from folksy strumming (”Along the Way”) to Strokes-y pop-punk (”Untouched and Intact”). Best of all, on the bracing sing-along ”The City’s Summer,” he even sounds — gasp! — happy. B+
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Scream & Light Up the Sky

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