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Hope An Rage

Blackout 59

Released on May 20, 2003

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Very young hardcore punk band from East Coast of Florida in the vein of early Bad Religion. Have toured up and down the east coast several times at this early stage of the game. Produced by Arik Victor (Kill Your Idols, Creep Records).

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Society Voted #1  30%
2 The Path  9%
3 The Unity Clause Voted #2  19%
4 The Final Hour  7%
5 Forgotten Youth  0%
6 Maginot Lines  4%
7 Disenchanted Children Of Doom  11%
8 The Impending Storm  0%
9 Grey Skies  0%
10 Outcries  6%
11 Hope Voted #3  15%
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Nate from Sudbury, MA 
Mar 22 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

very pleased with this cd. Decent bass lines, cool guitar,and the vocals are very distinct. The only song which lacked was final hour, and at first i realized the path had a very similar guitar line to the song Hope, but it still turned into a decent song. The lyrics in this cd are awesome tho and so is the expression. I suggest you buy this cd if you're into bands like 1208, or western waste.

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