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titolo-a types [enhanced][extra tracks][import]artista-hopesfall # audio cd (february 28, 2005)# original release date: february 21, 2005# number of discs: 1# format: enhanced, extra tracks, import# label: roadrunner japan----1. it happens2. start & pause3. icarus4. breathe from coma5. the champion beyond blessing6. the ones7. manipulate the eclipse8. matchmaker's haven9. owl10. per sempre marciamo
Top Customer Reviews
Stand out songs on this are: Start and Pause (a great rock song which has some classic hopesfall elements in there and an awesome melodic chorus, Icarus (the single, you have heard it already surely!), Breathe From Coma (stadium rock? Its bloody amazing with a beautiful chorus to die for), Per Sempre Marciamo (the album closer, simply amazing).. If ur expecting The Satellite Years or No Wings To Speak Of, u will be sadly disappointed im afraid. But dont let that put you off, Hopesfall have matured and are still amazing
With their Hardcore tinged rock, and their nu-metalesque fun, this album has to apply to a wide market! It may not have any chart breaking singles, but what it does have is little 'fanfares' of brilliance, showing off their obvious skill and musicianship! Tracks like 'Icarus' and 'Breathe from Coma' are not to be missed, with their catchy riffage and melody, and perfect vocals and writings! Album opener 'It Happens' will have you humming it for the rest of the day after only a few listens, and gleefuly this isn't a bad thing!
This band reminds me of another connected to it's label's contemporary (Roadrunner), Five Pointe O. Their 'Untitled' Album showed initial signs of 'heard it all before' nu-metal, but when you go back and listen to it again, and again, and again, you'll realise you can't stop! So I suggest you give Hopesfall a chance, you shouldn't be dissappointed!
The songs are probably better than on the previous Trustkill album, but the zest was missing.
The musicianship was, as usual, excellent, but the screaming was at a premium and thats what sets Hopesfall apart from say, Papa Roach.
You can't beat a good throaty roar and they are in short supply here..nonetheless still a cut above albums of this kind by other artists.