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Invasions Of The Mind

Bridge Nine 101

Released on September 30, 2008


With soaring three part harmonies set to a backbone of eleven intricately writeen songs, Invasions Of The Mind is an incredible statement ofor a debut release and will no doubt leave a lasting impression as a band who won't stay a secret of New England's music scene for very long.

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Average Customer Rating: 2 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Invasions Voted #2  25%
2 Hunter Red  8%
3 The Silence  0%
4 Heaven  0%
5 400 Voted #1  42%
6 Contact  0%
7 Hail The Size Of Grapes Voted #3  25%
8 2 Whole Minutes Under Water  0%
9 The Satelite And The Hit  0%
10 Revelations  0%
11 Brickstone  0%
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Chris from Las Vegas, NV 
Mar 27 2009 Rating: 2/5 Stars

This album was backed by tons of hype and just fell flat on its face. The album is super short (under 30 minutes) and every song sounds like every other song on the album. Like Justin said, they're just a boring, super-whiny, auto-tuned AFI. It's really disappointing because Punch The Clock was a really good EP. Pick that up instead.

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Justin from Billerica, MA 
Oct 26 2008 Rating: 2/5 Stars

When I first heard Energy about a year and a half ago, I thought to myself "Cool, this band sounds like older AFI!"

The difference between AFI and Energy is it took AFI 10 years for their sound to go down hill, for Energy it only took about a year and a half. The vocals are far too auto-tuned and sound whinish. I expected the sound to be harder thatn their last album, especially after they signed to bridge nine...but it just doesnt cut it. Between the high pitched vocals and lame ass techno samples, you'd think Energy was actually AFI

If you want to get into energy i suggest you buy "Punch The Clock" Its definitely blows this album out of the water

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