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Between The Buried And Me

Silent Circus

Victory 210

Released on October 21, 2003

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BTBAM find a way to make heavy music refined yet powerful, inventive yet distinct, at times chaotic, then soothing. With a myriad of influences ranging from their hardcore and metal roots to Artists like the Smashing Pumpkins and Dream Theater, The Silent Circus is a sincere, artistic album that will revolutionize the face of heavy music.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 11 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Lost Perfection  10%
2 Coulrophobia/Anablephobia  3%
3 Camilla Rhodes  7%
4 Mordecai Voted #1  33%
5 Reaction  1%
6 Shevanel Take 2  7%
7 Ad A Dglgmut Voted #2  19%
8 Destructo Spin  7%
9 Aesthetic Voted #3  11%
10 The Need For Repetition  2%
Come back on or after Tuesday, October 21 to vote for your favorite songs

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Dinah from Anaheim, CA 
Nov 1 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Amazing album...nothing can compare to their unique sound and true lyrics. Buy this album, but don't forget to buy Alaska too, both are great albums.

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Jeffrey from Cicero, NY 
May 7 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Let me begin by saying that I am in no way shape or form a fan of death metal; in fact, I can't stand it. So why then did I buy this CD? Good question. I had heard about them from somewhere I don't remember so I decided to check them out on Purevolume and listened to Mordecai. I immediately heard the low-pitched yelling/growling/whatever and almost clicked off the site but I was in an open-minded mood that day and finished listening to that song. I'm glad I did. The change in pace from hard yelling to emoish singing caught me off guard. What an unbelievable song. On impulse, I purchased Silent Circus and it's been on repeat in my car for the last two weeks, and I've found that I can tolerate and even enjoy the other 9 songs. I'm giving it a because for them to get me to listen over and over, given my hatred for the genre, is a feat in itself.

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Travis from Colstrip, MT 
Dec 31 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Fuck a five. This album deserves a ten!!!!!!!!!! BTBAM just knocked the fuck out of somebody on my top ten list and stole their spot. Holy moly!! Where do I begin????? Neurosis on some vicious steroids.. There is melody also Buy this now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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David from Coral Gables, FL 
Mar 1 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is unbelievable. The guitars and drums are so intricate and complex, and the vocals range from brutal to beautiful. This band recently lost a few members, so I hope they will be the same for their next release. This band really does not sound like anyone else. Heavier than most, and softer than most bands on the same cd, IN THE SAME SONG. I personally like track 7 best, but you can easily listen to this cd straight through.

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Jonathan from Bayville, NJ 
Jan 23 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Um...this cd cought me off guard...it is amazing!...these guys have a tremendous upside...i really look forward to a great future with BTBAM...i'm not sure how many people do this with Silent Circus...but EVERY FUCKING TIME (even when i tell myself not to) EVERY TIME i listen to Mordecai at the end i have to rewind it to about 2:35 of the song...sometimes i do this more than once...THERE I SAID IT!.....who else has the balls to come out and say that shit!...haha...GREAT CD !!....check it out now!

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Lea from Huntington, WV 
Dec 20 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

...and i thought their first disc was amazing...it doesn't have anything on this one pretty much. BTBAM has totally outdone themselves and made one of the most genius works ever in the world of harcore and metal. the songs start out with such an intense and insane brutality and then some slowly glide off into melodic bliss. (hear "Mordecai" and "Ad A Dglgmut" for prime examples). the only down part are the 2 tracks inbetween the previously mentioned songs...one is just weird spacey noise with Tommy singing over it and the next is a totally mellow song with no distortion or screaming...but Tommy does have an awesome singing voice and they could totally start an emo band and be amazing at that too but the songs just mess up the flow of the cd a little bit here. buit it is still amazing and i would definately go ahead and quit searching for something incredible cuz right here it is! also check out The Red Chord, Deadwater Drowning, Premonitions Of War,It Dies Today, From A Second Story Window, and Eyes Upon Separation for similar insanity. also check out The Black Dahlia Murder if you like crazy swedish death metal. i'm out. later. -Ben

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Matthew from Montreal, PQ Canada 
Nov 20 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Jaw dropping. The riffs these guys come up with are truly astounding. At first I was taken aback by what I felt was a lack of flow between parts and songs on the album (The acoustic track, Shevanel Part 2, could have been a good idea if it wasn't horribly cheesy), but after many many listens I can finally see the sheer talent and songwriting ability these guys have. For any fan of challenging heavy music.

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Jason from North Huntingdon, PA 
Nov 13 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I think this band has an unlimited amount of potential that they haven't completly taped into yet. I love this cd, and this band. People seem to be really really critical of this band, and even more this album. I dont think it deserves half of the critisism its getting, there are bands and albums on this site that are a lot worse, and a lot more generic, but almost everyone gave them 5 stars. Fuck that. BTBAM have room for some improvement, but I still think they are amazing. Imagine A Life Once Lost fused with The Red Chord, and throw in some beautiful soft parts and singing. Thats basically what this is. I'm giving it 5 stars.

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Mark from Stockton-on-tees, United Kingd 
Nov 6 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This CD is very good, alot better than the first i feel. The riffs are powerful, so is the vocals, and on track four, the change in style is emense, 4 out of 5!

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Noah from Mansfield, TX 
Oct 25 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I think this cd is best summed up with three words, technical, fast and heavy. Although, throughout the mostly sporadic, intense songs, they do throw in a few parts involving a much more melodic sound, and even some singing. While i do agree that the acoustic song (shevanel take 2) is out of place on here, i still really like it, but like most acoustic songs for me, i have to be in the right mood. As for the rest of the cd, it remains fairly consistent in the sense that theres no chorus, verse, or bridge. Its pretty much just a lot of parts thrown together, which may sound bad, but i think it works very well. Im very pleased, and i would reccomend it to fans of dillinger or scarlet.

 
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