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Saosin

Translating The Name

Death Do Us Part 1

Released on July 1, 2003

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A blend of progressive emo and melodic hardcore not unlike Coheed & Cambria or Armor For Sleep. Five songs of pure emotion and explosive melody.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Seven Years Voted #1  30%
2 Translating The Name  17%
3 3rd Measurement In C Voted #2  19%
4 Lost Symphonies Voted #3  18%
5 They Perched On Their Stilts, Pointing And Daring Me To Break Custom  16%
Come back on or after Tuesday, July 1 to vote for your favorite songs

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Jordan from Niagara Falls, ON Canada 
Jan 22 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

dynamite cd. my fav song is easily they perch.. that's a great song. i look forward to hearing new recordings by these guys in the future.

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Eric from Leesburg, VA 
Dec 25 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is well worth the money for the 5 songs. Saosin are one of my favorite new bands of 2003. These 5 songs are all solid with incredible technical guitar and drum work. The vocals remind me somewhat of Co&Ca, but with a heavier edge. I'm looking forward to Saosin's full length, it should be crazy.

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Reid from Turlock, CA 
Nov 18 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A Little pricey. But I think it is very much worth it. The music has a good twist to give Saosin their own sound. The Drummer really sticks out on this cd. If you dont want to spend the money, then wait for their full length. But this cd just shows that Saosin will make a big impact on the music world soon. Good Cd

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Matthew from Reno, NV 
Nov 5 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Like the description says, Saosin (pronouced Say-Ocean) produces a style of melodic hardcore thats not unlike Armor for Sleep and Coheed and Cambria, only with some great background screaming mixed in and blasting high intensity guitar and drum work (Alex from Open Hand drums for them). This is by far one of the best releases of this year, I suggest that if you enjoy either bands mentioned above, or just love good, intense music you should buy it immediately. The only downside is it's only about 15 minuites long, but that doesnt matter because it's very easy to listen to it on repeat over and over again. bravo guys! 5+ stars

p.s. They put on one of the most intense, exciting live shows I've ever been to, and they're really nice guys so go out and see em' live too!

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Gal from Herzliya, Israel 
Oct 31 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It's hard to believe this CD is self published and whats harder to believe is that this band had almost no experience on stage when releasing this CD, Since this release is a work of art. it opens with "Seven Years", a track some would say is the 'catchy' song on this album, well, it's also amazing and very lyricly complicated it's quite relaxing to listen to at times. It's follow up "Translating The Name" is Saosin at their best, because if u haven't noticed while listening to the first track, they have an outstanding drummer. "3rd Measurement In C" may just be my favourite track on this CD - it's just straight-ud down-right genius. "Lost Symphonies" where the singer hits his vocal peek, followed by "They Perched On Their Stilts, Pointing And Daring Me To Break Custom" make a brilliant end for this DIY release, and prpares u perfectly to give this CD another spin. Buy it and buy it now, before this fine piece of work goes out of print - you won't regret. For fans of Coheed and Cambria, Yestrdays Rising, Poison The Well, Finch, GlassJAw and the sorts. oh, and I heard they rock live, dunno what that other reviewer was talking about...

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Jeremy from Simi Valley, CA 
Sep 4 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This band is going to be huge, buy it now. They sound kind of like a hardcore Coheed And Cambria.

I heard they suck live. Oh well.





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