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Artist: S.I.N.

Title: Somewhere Into Nowhere

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 2003

Label: MTM Music

Catalog Number: 0681-80


Jason Marks Vocals
Deddy Andler Guitars
Wolfgang Frank Bass
Alexander Hlousek Drums


1.  Crucified     Listen
2.  Throwing It All Away     Listen
3.  Somewhere Into Nowhere     Listen
4.  All Of My Heart     Listen
5.  Learning To Live     Listen
6.  Free Falling     Listen
7.  I Know     Listen
8.  A New Tomorrow     Listen
9.  Rain     Listen
10.  All Or Nothing     Listen

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rycheage Date: July 6, 2004 at 22:52
There isn't anything groundbreaking about S.I.N., but in this musical climate they are a shining light for melodic rock. Very tight with instant harmonies and memorable songs. On a couple of tracks you can hear their appreciation of Harem Scarem, such as 'Throwing It All Away' and 'All Or Nothing'. They've also managed to get one of the strongest tracks of the year in opener 'Crucified'. The ballad 'Learning To Live' is S.I.N at their melodic best. Recommended but not essential.

From: Good Date: August 29, 2004 at 10:27
S.I.N Is The Cool Band...IF You Like A British Hard Rock/Melodic Hard Rock...Buy This CD!!!!!!!!!!!!!

From: Geoff Date: August 29, 2004 at 21:58
Previously known as Forever, I believe. Whilst overall this is a better sounding and more consistent release than Forever, I'm not really sure if it's an improvement. There are some cool melodic hard rock songs here and I don't actively dislike anything on it, it's just not spectacular. I remember there were probably a couple better songs off the Forever disc. Overall, good melodic hard rock but not ground breaking stuff by any means.

From: juan carlos Date: August 31, 2007 at 3:41
Muy buen Melodic Rock con algo Hard por algunos buenos riffs pesaditos y otros(la mayoría) bien melódicos, muy parejo en temas. Los coros y los riffs son de lo mejor. 'Throwing It All Away' es mi favorita, 'Crucified' y 'Free Falling' lo mejor tambien. El bajo muy peculiar. Recomendado. 8.5/10

From: metalmastermusic Date: July 28, 2008 at 15:40
Nothing of great note on this one...thankfully I received this one as promo disc as I would probably not buy it straight out. Melodic rock at best but there are no songs that jump out and grab you....not even a one hit wonder. If I am going to put it my collection they better have at least one killer song. 55/100

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