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Category: Modern Hard Rock
Catalog Number: CTDP-099942
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Jacob Bunton Lead Vocals, Guitar|
Chris Simmons Guitar, Vocals
Matt Finn Drums, Vocals
Carl Ray Hopper Bass, Vocals
|1. ||Someday ||2:56|
|2. ||Another Day (On Top Of The World) ||4:33|
|3. ||Far Away ||3:53|
|4. ||Your Light ||5:08|
|5. ||Sleep ||3:22|
|6. ||Feels Like June ||4:48|
|7. ||Just Enough ||4:22|
|8. ||I Give Up ||2:55|
|9. ||All The Things ||4:30|
|10. ||Inside ||3:57|
|11. ||Fear Of Falling ||2:53|
|12. ||Lucid ||2:14|
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|Total Running Time:|| 45:31|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Nick C
||Date: January 7, 2006 at 19:40|
|Power pop for a new generation, pity they split and the posthumous Fame Amongst the Vulgar (excellent) ends up as a epitaph. The crucial track Someday kicks it off and what a blinder of a song - Cheap Trick meets the N.Y. Dolls. I can't pick a bad track off this and the song Sleep even has a tinge of John Waite to it. Jacob Bunton has a slight lisp to his voice which makes his performance all that more endearing. Total travesty this band fell by the wayside. And what a cool name!
||Date: January 22, 2006 at 21:44|
|This one isn't anywhere near as good as the second album, IMO, which is excellent, but holy crap what an opener!!! 'Someday' truly is worth the price alone. Not too many tracks here thrill me too much I must admit - but like Nick C says, nothing too bad... but the opening track... Brilliant. Cool band anyway, even though I always thought the vocalist was very weak.
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