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And Their Name Was Treason

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Intro
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Heartless
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Your Way With Words Is Through Silence
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Second Glance
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Casablanca Sucked Anyways
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You Should Have Killed Me When You Had the Chance
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If Looks Could Kill
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You Had Me at Hello
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1958
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Sound the Alarm
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 30:49

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early years

mynameisyves

I really like these guys, and their last 3 albums have been great. I don't love this stuff, but it isn't bad. Not where I would suggest someone start to get into them.

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A CD you can actually listen to al the way through

appleyard416

From start to finish this album just amazes you more and more. I love to find albums you can just listen to without having to change tracks because one song just does not fit. But with this one you can put in and not have to worry if your going to like a song or not or if your going to be in the mood for the whole album because its just that amazing!

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Not Dissapointed

OntheBrightSidesheCouldChoke

I would have to say that this is the album that I have expected and more. I am not dissapointed whatsoever with this album. I will say that this is no light-hearted album and I would not recommend this for those who are not into hard music.

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Amazing

MrLobster

All the songs on this cd are great, though "You Had Me At Hello" seems a little out of place. My personal favorite is "You Should Have Killed Me When You Had The Chance," though "1958" really gets your blood pumping. A must have for anyone who likes screamo/hardcore/metal whatever you want to call this genre.

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BFB meets Saves The Day

jan

Many bands are attempting this pop emo vocals blending with angry hardcore screaming nowadays. But I have to say, A Day To Remember does the best job I've heard so far. I never imagine such brutal hatecore-like screaming can harmonise so well with a higher pitch poppier singing. The only downside is the lyrical contents. Almost every song is about a girl leaving.

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Superb

Thetakerofsouls

This band excels at mixing screamo and straight up hardcore together. There songs are catchy to even those who are not big fans of hardcore. I enjoyed every single track, and I recommend this to any one who likes, As I Lay Dying, Atreyu, or From Autumn to Ashes. My only complain there needs to bee a little better mixing of the vocals at times they get muddled.