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Just Surrender - If These Streets Could Talk

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Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Release date: 2005-07-12 Year: 2005
Label: Broken English
Genre: Emo
Producer: John Naclerio
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Just Surrender?s debut "If these streets could talk" is a pretty good emo album in the more melodic neighborhood where bands like A Static Lullaby and Finch comes in mind.
This 4-piece from the east coast of U.S started the band in highschool just like many others do,they recorded an EP in 2004 and posted the songs online at purevolume.com and quickly became one of the most popular bands on that site.
They hooked up with producer John Naclerio who has worked with Brand New and My Chemical Romance,these 10 songs stops at the running time of 36 minutes - as a matter of fact,they?re all real good but I miss a highlight....something that will make me jump.
Just Surrender uses layers of guitars and certainly knows how to rawk,the non-emo people will ofcourse say all songs sound alike but the die hard emo-freaks out there need to have this.

Tracklisting 1. I Can Barely Breathe
2. Of All We've Known
3. Tell Me Everything
4. In Your Silence
5. Our Work Of Art
6. What We've Become
7. You Tell A Tale
8. Forgotten Not Forgiven
9. Is There No Truth In Beauty
10. She Broke My Heart So I Broke His Jaw


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