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Epitaph 86849

Released on April 24, 2007


Out of the flourishing post-hardcore scene that has produced Norma Jean, Everytime I Die, Underoath and the Chariot, Boston five piece Vanna are taking hardcore to a new level.

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Average Customer Rating: 3 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Alarm  10%
2 The Vanishing Orchestra Voted #1  23%
3 Surgical Tools  10%
4 The Things He Carried Voted #2  17%
5 Magnetic Knives  0%
6 Trophy Wives  3%
7 Home  0%
8 Country Boys...Goddamn  10%
9 Heavens To Betsy  0%
10 We Ate The Horse Voted #3  17%
11 This Map Is Old News  10%
12 You Were Never Lovelier  0%
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Kevin from Yakima, WA 
Jan 13 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

if you don't like post hardcore/screamo then don't buy a post hardcore/screamo album and expect to like it. thats just stupid. this cd was a very solid put out by vanna. they definetly open the cd with they're stronger songs, i do admit and one or two of the songs did bore me a lil. my favorites were "the vanishing orchestra", "we ate the horse", and "country boys...goddamn" overall it was a great cd with a few boring parts here and there.

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Chris from Bountiful, UT 
Apr 24 2007 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I bought this cd because occasionaly some of these screamo kids/bands are able to sort through the shittyness and make a really good cd. I didnt like the Vanna ep but saw promise and gave this a chance. The first minute suggests it's going to be a really good hardcore cd with bits of metal bringing in mind the first Chariot cd. However it then goes into shitty parts with your typical singing over melodic guitars that ruins the raw intensity much of the cd has to offer. About 4 songs have that same 2-2 1/2 minute song length Chariot style that is really good, but it seems they are afraid to let go of that trendy shitty fucking emo edge. I give this cd 3 stars because if you took the screamo out of it, it would be at least a 4.

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