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Magnetic North

Trustkill 93

Released on May 15, 2007


Hailing from Charlotte, North Carolina, HOPESFALL developed in the hardcore and emo scene.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Rx Contender The Pretender Voted #1  22%
2 Swamp Kittens  11%
3 Cubic Zirconias Are Forever  0%
4 I Can Do This On An Island  0%
5 Secondhand Surgery Voted #3  17%
6 Vacation/Add/Vacation! Voted #2  22%
7 Magnetic North  0%
8 Bird Flu  17%
9 The Canon  0%
10 Devil’s Concubine  0%
11 Head General Hospital  0%
12 Paisley  11%
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Chris from Bountiful, UT 
May 15 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow, what an amazing album. If you're one of those douchebags that says "Old Hopesfall was better" then you still wont like this cd. It's right where A-Types left off except the really honed in the sound they were going for. There isn't one bad song on the cd and unlike A-types the songs flow perfectly into eachother. Now, there aren't any songs on this that are better than The Ones or Per Sempre Marciamo off of A-types but the album as a whole blows it out of the water. If you are looking for a heavy, yet melodic cd in the Vein of the new Deftones cd (I'm terrible at comparing bands to others.) Then this is for you.

While this may not be my favorite Hopesfall cd to listen to it is by far Hopesfalls best album in every way and with a few more listens I know it will become my favorite. Please keep making new albums Hopesfall. What an amazing cd.

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