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Hidden In Plain View

Hidden In Plain View

Drive-Thru 6076836172

Released on November 11, 2003

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Contains an untitled hidden track which follows "Bellyfull Of Kerosene."Hidden In Plain View: Joe Reo (vocals); Rob Freeman, Mike Saffert (guitar); Chris Amato (bass); Spencer Peterson (drums). Recorded at Portrait Recording Studios, Lincoln Park, New Jersey.

Described as Strung Out meets the Get Up Kids, Hidden in Plain View is emerging as “one of the best new bands out of New Jersey.” Five individuals , hailing from different backrounds, come together to form a unique chemistry and style . Their music combines poppy-punk vocals with melodic breakdowns mixed with a fair share of chorus chants that will echo in your head for weeks. Live, they deliver an energetic charisma that blends with the emotion of the music establishing themselves as a band that will surely leave a lasting impression.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Shamans Witches Magic Voted #1  37%
2 The Chaser Voted #3  20%
3 Where The Highways End  20%
4 Belly Full Of Kerosene Voted #2  24%
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Scott from Lansing, MI 
Dec 25 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a great EP from Hidden in Plain View. the sound is different compared to everything else they put out, though never lacking its regular charm and pop sensibility. in my opinion the best song is 20 below

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Shaun from Toronto, OH 
Apr 6 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This pleasantly surprised me. I've heard people complaining this doesn't flow as well as other Drive-Thru EP's. My question is what the fuck? This thing flows like butter and it's great. The vocals are my favorite thing about it I think and it really does get better each time you listen. It made me want more so therefore I am going to purchase their newer full-length. Mmmm hmmm. They have a new fan in me. Get this. You'll like it.

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Jacen from West Jordan, UT 
Jul 15 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

The very first song on this cd is way good. The other 3 songs aren't anything special. They sound a lot like Thursday and like Story of The Year.

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Eric from Toledo, OH 
Apr 11 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I saw these guys play live the night they signed on to Drive-Thru Records. I had the Operation Cut-Throat cd that they had released before this and I love it. This cd is really great but they ditched the synth in this one that they used in the previous record. If you like The Early November go for it. Even if you don't like TEN still go for it. This band is great.

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Dan from Pennsylvania Furnace, PA 
Feb 22 2004 Rating: 1/5 Stars

this band had so much potential, but this is a terrible release. the songs are boring and sucky...the only good part is the last minute of the first song...otherwise, this is just a crappy release for's a shame too cuz there first ep was alright.

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Patrick from Dublin, OH 
Feb 17 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Interesting, after hearing some of there earlier material it seems they immensely changed their direction to a finch-like sound. Bad band name, but I can live with it. "twenty below" is a good song and worth listening. "shaman withes magic" is kinda messed up lyrically, but I guess that's cool these days.

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Nick from Guildford, Surrey, United King 
Feb 4 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I love this band - probably one of my fav's at the moment. I love track 1 and the hidden 'twenty below'. There first ep is awesome also - this ep is more hard edged. I recently saw them in London and they blew me away - awesome awesome!! cannot wait until they bring out a full length!

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Fernando from Madrid, Spain 
Jan 14 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

In my opinion this ep doesn't get better than average.. I guess I've got saturated of the neat Drive thru sound.. Go buy some Funeral for a Friend better..

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Robert from Dallas, TX 
Dec 1 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd was alot better than what i thought it was going to be. i have to say that the hype about HIPV being a great band is true. though it has only 5 tracks ("Twenty Below" is the bonus track), it's a cd definitely worth listening to. and its only $5.00. So, i give it 5 stars. it'll make a great gift for the x-mas season!

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