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(Pg.99,City Of Caterpillar)

Level Plane 71

Released on September 7, 2004

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Tongue Voted #3  17%
2 Yeah  0%
3 Well Again  6%
4 The World Is A Tomb  6%
5 Bad Life Voted #2  22%
6 Heroine Voted #1  33%
7 Said Simone  17%
8 Let's Face It  0%
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Howard from Bethesda, MD 
Dec 2 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Ex-members of Pg. 99, City of Caterpillar. Kinda screamo, maybe post-hardcore. It's good, but just not my bag. The vocals aren't really screamy, and there's an odd rock'n'roll-ish tinge to it. It's ok, but nowhere near as catchy, intense, or important as the members' former bands.

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Matthew from Bath, PA 
Apr 23 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This album is mind-blowing, for the most part. It can get a bit repeatitive at times, but overall keeps its fresh sound constant. It sounds a lot like bands like, Under A Dying Sun, The Saddest Landscape, maybe even a bit of Indian Summer, but with a dark twist. I am guessing the dark twist comes from members previous groups, City of Caterpillar and Pg. 99. I love Jeff Kane as a guitarist, he is one of the best in the underground music scene, in my opinion.

If this band sticks together expect the well-written lyrics, incredible music, and genuine flow these guys create to follow them. The guys in the band have been around for a while, I wouldn't expect anything less from them.

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Josh from Tucson, AZ 
Sep 27 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I'd like to give this cd more of a 4.5 because this is a pretty darn good cd. It doesn't sound much at all like City of Caterpiller though, which is a shame. This cd's sound reminds me a lot of Hot Water Music's Caution, which can be good or bad, depending on your opinion of Caution. This cd also contains my new favorite lyric, "You're not an artist, you're a fartist" found in the song Lets Face It. Defenitly worth the money, buy.

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