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Category: Modern Hard Rock
Label: Wild Recordings
Catalog Number: WR001
|6.||Six Walls Down|
|8.||Save Your Breath|
|10.||Your Last Mistake|
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|From: CC||Date: February 6, 2018 at 19:21|
|I cannot even begin to say how sad this album makes me feel. I first came into contact with this band when they supported Reckless Love and liked what I heard. I got the Jacks Out The Box EP and loved every minute of it. It was superb. Then a couple of years later I heard Asteroid Central and was not overly impressed. I still preordered this album though, and got totally let down by the band as they still kept claiming out of stock, over a month after it was released (no point in preordering if everyone else gets it before you). I cancelled my order and thought "fuck them". I finally picked this up relatively cheap, and jesus h christ, it is crap. It sounds like a totally different band to the fantastic Jacks EP. When they announced recently that the band was going on hiatus, I could no longer give a shit as the band I loved died ages ago.|
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