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The Wedding - s/t

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Cor Jan Kat Format: Album
Year: 2005
Label: Rambler Records
Genre: Christian Rock
Producer: Mark Lee Townsend
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All you lovers of bands like Anberlin, Relient K, Falling Up and other emo/modern rock bands should lend their ears to these newcomers on the Rambler Records label. Anberlin is the best comparison I can make here and because Anberlin is one of my favorites you won?t be surprised that I like this album. Imagine yourself driving with the top off on a hot summer day, the carstereo on with this cd and you won?t need anything else! You have to play songs like ?Morning air?, ?Wake the regiment?, ?Move this city?, ?One eye open?, ? 479HxC (through the night) and ?Joyride` real hard and enjoy the ride. Best song in my opinion is ?Water under the bridge?. In this song the band put all kinds of variation. It starts like a piano-based ballad, but then a heavy guitarbreak kicks in. The vocals are at one moment emo but also screamo elements are to be found. If The Wedding will make it to the bigleague is a question that can?t be answered at this time, but this effort is a good step in that direction. Well done guys!

Tracklisting 1. The Call - New Version
2. Say Your Prayers - New Version
3. I'll Sleep When I'm Dead - New Version
4. Staring At The Light - New Version
5. This One Is For You - New Version
6. I-540 - New Version
7. It's Time To Rock, OK? - New Version
8. Rebound - New Version
9. Schizophrenia - New Version
10. The Last Stand [Wake The Regiment 2] - New Version
11. Misery Loves Company - New Version
12. Southside - New Version
13. Revelation - New Version
14. Fireworks - New Version


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