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Julian A. H. Smith "Julio Cesar" (Neverland, Bristol)
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New Again (Std. Release)
New Again (Std. Release)
Price: 14.28

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2.0 out of 5 stars TBS Heading Into Mediocrity FAST, 9 Jun 2009
Really boring album.
Dull, repetitive and unimaginative lyrics.
They've completely lost the edge they had on Tell All Your Friends and Where You Want To Be.

Really really found this album completely boring. I love TBS on 1st 2 albums and after initial dislike for 3rd album like that as well. But this album has so little to offer. Really not looking forward to seeing them fill their gigs with songs form this album.

Go get yourself Silverstein's new album, its awesome.
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Wires & The Concept Of Breathing
Wires & The Concept Of Breathing
Price: 12.56

4.0 out of 5 stars Awesome Vocals - Solid Album, 29 April 2009
Really good Album.
Love the vocals - contrast between some harsh screaming and high pitched singing really works well.

First couple of tracks are great. Tails off a little but overall its a decent album.

Listen to if u like A Day to remember, Silverstein, Scary Kids scaring kids etc etc.


They're Only Chasing Safety
They're Only Chasing Safety
Offered by jim-exselecky
Price: 4.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Best Screamo Hardcore Around, 9 April 2009
Its taken me ages to realise that I do actually like Underoath. I occasionally would listen to one of their songs and be put off by the screaming and lack of coherent words/melody.

But this album seems has an awesome balance between 100mph screaming and melodic breaks. Some really catchy songs too. Definitely get this album before their later albums if your at all not into the screaming as much.

Once you've acclimatised to this album, get involved with Define Great Line and Lost in Sound because they are up there with the very best hardcore / screamo albums around.

Go see them live too, they'll smash you against the walls and leave you for dead!

BUY THIS ALBUM


Scary Kids Scaring Kids [Australian Import]
Scary Kids Scaring Kids [Australian Import]

4.0 out of 5 stars Solid Album, 9 April 2009
Really good album. Easy to get into - which can be a good thing, can be bad thing - and some really good tunes. Solid 4 out of 5 I'd say. each track holds its own, i never skip one (apart the into/prelude thingy 1st track!!)

Worth a purchase though 15 seems pretty steep. (One of best bands names around too.)


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