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  • Audio CD (22 Sept. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • ASIN: B000HIP488
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 288,832 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. They Know Not
  2. Deadtown Nothing
  3. A Darkness In The Light
  4. Animal Farm
  5. Curse Of The Oil Snakes
  6. Hang Your Cross
  7. Suicide Design
  8. Leech Bloody Leech
  9. So Many Pigs So Few Bullets
  10. Sadistic Sacred Whore
  11. Stolen Days

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Following up Cold Blue and End Note and not forgetting the s/t ep, is Death Knows Your Name.

It's been a few years but they're back and with no disappointment too! I thought that there would be every possiblity they would either split or produce an aweful release influenced by current scene changes and that, but no! Hope Con are still very much within their same ol' style, the raw hardcore punk thats so dirty makes comeback kid like a goodie twoshoe!

The same driving energy, the same contrast between the beatdown and the rest, in the same way that leaves you agasp. When beatdowns are held back for a while and you can't tell when its coming as easy as the usual hardcore, it makes you cream!

The EP and this release are on a par if you ask me. Both having the most ear ripping riffage and the hooking beatdowns that make you understand the floorpunch! (almost), but yeh seriously if you have heard hope conspiracy before and liked it, you WANT to get this cd.

The album, much like previously with hope con, starts with a intro orientated tune - They know Not, but once it hits half way it all breaks out and you instantly know what your in for, brutality.

How does it compare to previosuly releases? Well to be honest it is simular from first glance, but, with a little digging its not long before you get revd-up by the slight differences and the never-ending hope-con energy.

In particular, Dead Town Nothing, Animal Farm, Hang your Cross, Leech Bloody Leech and a few more tracks are absolutly amazing.

This album and No heroes - Converge, really show that there is a difference between scene hardcore and the real deal. Hope conspiracy and converge have always walked away from that side and thank f**k!
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Jesus..how could this ever be bettered? If you like your music aggressive,dirty and incredibly well delivered,then this masterpiece is for you...i honestly thought we'd never see The Hope Con after their hiatus,but the band has returned more powerful and determined than ever..and they have delivered,quite simply,the best hardcore album in years! Buy it.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x977ca6d8) out of 5 stars 3 reviews
HASH(0x971c990c) out of 5 stars Don't listen to that fella above me...or do maybe? 22 Jan. 2008
By Johnny Sandcastle - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
First off, I've never been a huge Hope Conspiracy fan. Not that they were that bad, but they weren't that great either. A friend bought this and recommended I give it a listen. I wasn't expecting much, but damn was I blown.....away. Man, these guys got alot better since Code Blue. They came a long way and I applaud. This album here is everything i think a "hardcore" album should be. So much new "hardcore" is bland and emotionless...or emotional in a bubblegum sort of way. This album is angry and vicious as hell and when listening to it you can tell they mean it. Besides that Kurt Ballou produced and in my opinion he did them justice. So if your stuck on old Hope Conspiracy I guess stay away. If you want them to crush your face and hit that angry soft spot in you...buy buy buy.
HASH(0x971d0528) out of 5 stars rockin!!! 14 May 2007
By Stephen Mcquaid - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
this is great, really heavy, really angry, really good! a must for fans of hc!
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HASH(0x977ae2d0) out of 5 stars While better than other 2006 releases, is poor in constrast to early Hope Con albums... 27 Mar. 2007
By Daniel Fitzgerald - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The hype around this album was return of guys from Code Blue. And addition of that guy from Give Up The Ghost (which he wrote catchy energetic music, but was never very impressive or inventive). This album lacks energy. Think it doesn't? Listen to End Note, and then listen to this. You'll see my point. In fact it lacks really anything that made the Hope Conpiracy rad, besides Kevin Baker's distinguished vocal style. All the songs sound like bad rip-offs of Hope Con side projects and less like the original band does! If I wanted that, I'd go listen to Bars. Most the songs clock in at about 5Minutes, which isn't a bad thing if their is some fine musicianship. However, the time is filled by a lot of slow droning ambient nuissances. The recording sounds like later Kurt Ballou, trading in raging wall-of-sound tone, for just, generic indie sound. It sounds like they used all 70s vintage equipment with no tone or gain. For instance, Cold Blue was thick as hell. The guitar, bass, and kick drum on End Note were brilliantly captured. Death Knows Your Name sounds more like Led Zeppelin equipment redlined through a mixer.

If you are a diehard Hope Conspiracy fan, I'd still say go buy the album, cause it does have 3 or 4 good songs, but overall, its a severe disappointment. This album is better than most other hardcore albums. But is a letdown in contrast to their early work. I was hoping to hear their best effort to date. Instead, this is their least innovative, energetic and rocking effort. When a band reunites, they should return better than before, or they shouldn't reunite at all...
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