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Letters Organize

Dead Rhythm Machine

Nitro 15862

Released on March 22, 2005

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Seeping out of the humid, murky outer-crust of Atlanta Georgia, The Letters Organize deliver a brutal and unique sonic-assault that melds spastic, off-kilter rhythms and powerful guitar riffs with an odd hint of rock 'n’ roll swing, adding up to a strangely-original and intense brand of post-hardcore. The Letters Organize will bring to mind such revered bands as JR Ewing, Refused and Fugazi, while simultaneously channeling the likes of Turbonegro and The Hives. This is intense and energetic punk rock created for the bored and disenfranchised, those disheartened people who wonder when the danger disappeared.

"If you could assign a sound to catharsis, this would be it. The Letters Organize is making some of the most exciting music the underground has heard in years." -ALTERNATIVE PRESS

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Dressed Up In Gatwick  11%
2 Matador  3%
3 These Words  6%
4 I Want I Want  11%
5 They Call It Rock N Roll (And Other Lies) Voted #3  14%
6 Trouble Sleeping Voted #1  17%
7 There's Room For One More  6%
8 Don't Move  0%
9 Perfection?  0%
10 Costume In The Corner Voted #2  17%
11 Song Of Hope  3%
12 A Book For Dummies  6%
13 Operation Dead  8%
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Ben from Centralia, WA 
Mar 27 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Nitro Records just keeps striking gold. The Letters Organize's first release on Nitro hits hard and doesn't stop. It's amazing all the way through and has earned a place as one of the best records of 2005.

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Joey from Riverview, NB Canada 
Jan 16 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

the Letters Organize have one heck of a great sound, combining the beauty of the Refused and the Pop of the Hives, to create one amazing sound that they can call there own!

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Mike from Port Saint Lucie, FL 
May 2 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Holy shit. thats all you can say after hearing this. For those of you that wanted a "rufused" comeback, this is pretty damn close. This cd is a cant miss. Thev screams are ear-pearcing and the guitars are right in your face. One of the best releases so far this year. go out and get it. its only 10 bucks.

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Michael from Southington, CT 
Mar 25 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I win first review...yeaaaa

This cd is good really good actually. They mention a bit of a Fugazi influence and it's definetly there, just not as much as I thought from the 4 songs I had heard. I'd say it's more of a punk Refused type sound so if you like good fast music get this. Lots o screechy screams and occasional singing







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