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Casey Jones


Eulogy 71

Released on June 6, 2006


Jacksonville, Florida's Casey Jones are back with another twelve songs of light-hearted new school hardcore. Sharing members with Evergreen Terrace, this band fuses together poppy punk with hardcore and metal to create a mix of sounds that may bring to mind such bands as Minor Threat, Stretch Armstrong, Good Riddance, and Terror.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 1 Out Of 3 Has A STD Voted #2  15%
2 Coke Bongs And Sing-A-Longs Voted #3  13%
3 No Donnie, These Men Are Straight Edge Voted #1  17%
4 Lessons  13%
5 Nothing To Lose  3%
6 Any Port In The Storm  10%
7 The Sober  3%
8 Medic  13%
9 Bite The Dust  7%
10 Times Up  0%
11 Punch-A-Size  2%
12 Sh*t Storm  3%
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Andrew from Auburn, CA 
Jul 26 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The Messenger CD was even better than The Few, The Proud, The Crucial. The recording on this CD is flawless, the vocals (i think) are better than the previous release. There's at least five solid songs i could listen to all day and still not get tired of them. FFO: Carry On, With Honor, Set it Straight, Have Heart.

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