Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Another Breath (2000)
Label: Equal Vision Records
Format: CD
Ripped: EAC mp3 (VBR - HQ)
HHA Rating: 8,0
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Why is it the previous reviewer has a problem with a record made by people who may or may not have bought a hardcore record in 12 years? Could it possibly be that hardcore has evolved into something other than what they now relate to? Why would their preference for hardcore of a certain era indicate an arrogance? Has it become mandatory that, bands considered hardcore, must only be influenced by contemporary hardcore? Just some questions I'd like to ask someone who won't accept music by people above some arbitrary age and/or weight. It's a good record, not a great record, a good record by guys who've been around a long time and still love old hardcore. I think I know why so much of today's hardcore and music in general sounds the same - People like the last reviewer.
1. The Killing Flame
2. Shooting The Star
3. Consolation Prize
4. Flag Day
5. Bloodsucker
6. Now That You're Gone
7. Survival
8. Back To The Start
9. Red Eyes
10. American Refugee
11. Thirty Year Run
12. Better Man
13. Another Breath
14. Never Coming Back
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