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  • Audio CD (April 4 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Eulogy Recordings
  • ASIN: B00009RXJ5
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #319,403 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3.7 out of 5 stars

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By Rob on Oct. 13 2003
Format: Audio CD
Good good. People really need to not be so critical on bands. On Broken Wings has come out with a near perfect CD. "some of us may never see the world" is by far, a metalcore/grindcore/deathcore classic that every fan should own. The vocalist is actually very original, moving from earth shaking lows, so converge style highs. The music on this album is literally unexplainable. It mixes so many elements of music it is just in its own catagory of greatness. They throw in a few chugga chugga breakdowns("I do my crosswords in pen" for exe) which fit perfectly in the songs. Most other songs on pretty much a massacre of different styles that mesh together perfectly to form a sound all their own. I highly reccomend downloading "As you speak", That is by far the best song on the album. About 30 seconds into the song, it bombards you with one of the most brutal transitions I have ever heard. no joke. do yourself a favor and buy this CD. You def wont regret it.
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By Richard Ratkai on Oct. 21 2003
Format: Audio CD
Alright I am in agreeance that this CD is totally unoriginal and pretty much pointless but where do you get off comparing them to Converge? Converge is a completely different sound (technical, noisecore, etc.) I think you'd be better off just saying the usual troglodite comments we've come to except from this site such as "this CD is gay", "this CD sucks", etc. Please just leave the "Converge rip-off" comments out of here for they are deceiving. On Broken Wings sounds nothing at all like Converge. Period. They have more of a breakdown, breakdown, breakdown, bad melodic singing, breakdown, followed by a final breakdown sound to them. Bottom line: if you want to hear good music stear clear from this mess and stick to the likes of LFO, Harvey Danger, Wheatus, Dynamite Hack, etc. Peace.
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By A Customer on Oct. 5 2003
Format: Audio CD
These guys were in a rapcore band called "Sweeps", and they are not from Boston, they're not even from the Greater Boston area, so stop leeching off my cities name! On Broken Wings jumped on the trend of slammy hxc, and it's quite generic. They rip off One Nation Under, Devourment, Converge, and Massachusetts In Dire Need. IDN is far better than OBW, and their vocalist can do an insanely good natural scream, that sounds like an asian broad getting fornicated with an iron rod. The vocals on this cd are so distorted it's ridiculous. OBW's should be stopped, I don't even know how they got signed to Eulogy.
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By Nick on Feb. 15 2004
Format: Audio CD
Im a hardcore/metalcore listener, and honestly this is something i would like to see live. Most bands lack in transition. This band however doesnt lack in much. With the exception a howling girlish scream on one of the tracks, this band hit right on the money with what they were trying to get across. Not many underground bands can do that. I would say if you like bands like UNEARTH, NORA, or even you sell-out poison the well (a band that strayed away from metalcore scene)you can actually listen to this cd all the way through and not get sick of it.
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Format: Audio CD
Ok, on the one hand I do sort of agree with the reviewer, Andy: this may not be the most groundbreaking cd, it has been done before. But, this cd is still awesome. It's extremely hard, great vocals, very intense, all around niceness. They take a sound that has been done before them, but they've made it their own and do it so well. If your a fan of hardcore music, with Death Metal vocals and some melodies, pick this up.
Best Song: "The Spawning of Progression".
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Format: Audio CD
I'll give them that, it's a real nice sounding album, but its kind of been done already and done better by Red Chord. Death metal slash hardcore vocals are a nice touch. It's not bad sounding, but there are bands that sound even better then this one. I'm sure some people will dig this, but I found it to be redundant. Sorry. If you don't own many hardcore cds then give it a try and I'm sure you'll like it. Diehard hardcore fans will like this but nothing new here...
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Format: Audio CD
wtf, how can you even compare the two sounds of this band to converge, the red chord, and in dire need. Those bands play a much faster, more technical metal/grind core of music. OBW's singers highs do sound a bit like jake's but so dont alot of singers, and to the guy that said their vocals are being distorted on the album, youre wrong, ive seen them live three times, and there are no electronics being used other than a keyboard for some pieces.
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By Jesse on Oct. 3 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is a band you hear good hype about. And then you listen, and you are vastly disappointed. This band is riding the Converge/Eighteen Visions/"noisy-hardcore" trend. There is nothing special, because the vocalist sounds a good part like Jacob Bannon from Converge, and alot of the riffs sound like old Eighteen Visions. Skip this and wait for the new Madball or get the new Seventh Star cd.
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