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Texas Is The Reason

Do You Know Who You Are?

Revelation 51

Released on October 14, 2005

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 18 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Johnny On The Spot  11%
2 The Magic Bullet Theory Voted #3  15%
3 Nickel Wound  11%
4 There's No Way I Can Talk Myself Out Of This Tonight  14%
5 Something To Forget (version II)  5%
6 Do You Know Who You Are?  4%
7 Back And To The Left Voted #1  18%
8 The Day's Refrain  5%
9 A Jack With One Eye Voted #2  15%
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Alexander from Orchard Park, NY 
Jul 30 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Another band that I knew about back in the day and then forgot about for awhile. This is great indie emo rock from the 90's. Back when emo wasn't a bad word in music circles and wasn't about looking or dressing a certain way. You can't go wrong with this cd. Too bad this band didn't last very long.

"Nickel Wound" and "Back & to the Left" are album staples, but all the songs are good. Pick this one up if you want to remember how emo used to be. I don't have much else to write, just a great cd.

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Howard from Bethesda, MD 
Mar 24 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Everyone loves this. I think it is ok. Doesn't really grab me as much as the singer's later pop-punk band, Gameface. Still, "Back and to the Left" is a classic indie-emo/post-hardcore song.

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Nick from Chehalis, WA 
Jun 12 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a great album. Starts out with a more rocking song and progresses into the more melodic and softer. I realy enjoy this band and the ones ive found from listening to them.

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Steve from Pittsburgh, PA 
Dec 4 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

One of the best CD's released in the past 10 years and a must have for anyone into the emo/indie scene. I don't think I've heard better music in the last couple years with the exception of Neil Perry's Lineage Situation which by the way is some of the most insane music I've ever heard. If you like raw, beautiful, and inspired music then pick up some Texas Is The Reason.

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Jason from Radford, VA 
Oct 8 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Emo done right. The songs are well written and the vocals are incredible. Standout tracks are 'magic bullet theory' and 'nickelwound'. Pick it up if you are interested in music such as mineral, sunny day real estate, etc.

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Linda from Indiana, PA 
Sep 13 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is lovely. i have probably listened to it 100 times since i bought it.. its pretty great. I really think that Texas is the Reason is one of the best emo bands there has ever been and the song the days refrain proves it... if you're one of the trendy emo dipshits dont get this, your style is more along the lines of... shit.. and this is actual emo.

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Grant from Smyrna, TN 
Apr 2 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

simply great. loved every single song on this cd - much better band than all the pop-punk bands of today.

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Clay from Pittsburgh, PA 
Feb 25 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

oh wow...i dont really know what i was expecting from this. i had only heard a few songs off of it before i bought it but this is one great album. if you like any form of music, you ought to own this. best track by far is back and to the left. other goodies are the magic bullet theory and a jack with one eye. i was surprised by this cd. im not a huge fan of emo but i am a huge fan of texas is the reason.

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Michael from Ray, MI 
Feb 24 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

great cd. if you want to hear some good post-hardcore rock, check this out. the songs sort of seem to all mesh together, but luckily they're all good. no really stand-out tracks aside from 'the magic bullet theory' and 'a jack with one eye', but overall it's worth your time.

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Mike from Fairfax, VA 
Jan 30 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Why did this band have to break up after only one album and an EP? Why, oh why? They had everything that I ever wanted to hear from a band. I guess I do believe in magic and it's name is Texas Is The Reason. This is a must have album in any collection, especially if you want to know where all of the so-called emo bands of today got their inspiration from.

 
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