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Evergreen Terrace

Writer's Block

Eulogy 51

Released on February 17, 2004


$10.25
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Evergreen Terrace is a melodic hardcore band out of Jacksonville, Florida that has been gathering a fan base across the country that is indisputable in the hardcore scene. Evergreen Terrace 's sound is brutal yet mixed with passion, melody, and heavy breakdowns and has been compared to the likes of Poison The Well, 18 Visions, Indecision and even Metallica. ‘Writer's Block’ is Evergreen's homage to the songs and bands that have influenced them over the past years. ET's reputation for exciting cover songs has preceeded them, as press for this release is already at full steam. Sponge-"Plow" Tears For Fears-"Mad World" Michael Sembello-"Maniac" The Offspring-"The Kids Aren't Alright Hum-"Stars" U2-"Sunday Bloody Sunday" Operation Ivy-"Knowledge" Smashing Pumpkins-"Zero" NOFX-"Dying Degree" plus a new original ET track-”Brave Reality”.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Maniac (Originally By Michael Sembello)  12%
2 Zero (Originally By Smashing Pumpkins) Voted #3  14%
3 Plowed (Original By Sponge)  5%
4 Stars (Original By Hum)  4%
5 Knowledge (Original By Operation Ivy)  2%
6 Mad World (Original By Tears For Fears)  13%
7 The Kids Aren't All Right (Original By The Offspring) Voted #2  16%
8 Sunday Bloody Sunday (Original By U2) Voted #1  18%
9 Dying Degree (Original By NOFX)  9%
10 Brave Reality  6%
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Chris from Cortland, IL 
Sep 6 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A Cool CD from a great band. This is definitely unique. All of the covers are good...Plowed and Stars are the best ones...Zero is pretty good too. It's like re-living the 90's in a hardcore way...they took so-so songs and made them good!

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John from Carmel, IN 
Jul 31 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i bought this CD becuase evergreen terrace put on an AMZAING live show. i was lifted, and i was dropped. the lead singer clearly feels every pulse of the band, but unless you are REALLY into 80's covers then this album isn't for you. I think smashing pumpkins rule, and evergreen's cover of of "ZERO" is pretty sweet live and and on the CD, but i would say this CD is not a necessary buy unless you are a hardcore 80's punk cover fan or evergreen terrace fan....in which case this review deosn't matter. but, if you enjoy hearing this band's take on a bunch of really eccentric songs, GO FOR IT. this CD is proof that you can turn any song hardcore

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Jason from North Huntingdon, PA 
Jun 26 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is so funny. Most of the covers are good, the offspring one is weak but the others are good. The Operation Ivy cover alone is worth buying it. Also, the really lame "every rose has its thorn" cover at the end is hilarious.

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Zach from Woodford, VA 
Mar 17 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If you want to "set the mood" when your alone with a ladie friend Writers Block is the CD to play. If this CD dosent help you get into her pants something is wrong with her. The Offspring song is the best cover but Maniac really gets you goin', if you know what i mean. But this CD its got love written all over it.

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Dennis from Valdosta, GA 
Mar 15 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

the first time i listened to this album i thought what the crap is this. but after listening to it again it grew on to me. this isn't as good as Burned Alive By Time but still a good album. personal favorites include Stars and The Kids Aren't Alright. the rest are also good. only recomenend to the true Evergreen Terrace fans.

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Jeremy from Cape May Court House, NJ 
Mar 11 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Very kick-ass. Make ok songs really good. Singer kinda reminds me of the guy from Avenged Sevenfold. I liked em well enough to buy their other cd. So they're obviously a good buy.

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Dillon from Newport Beach, CA 
Feb 27 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is defently worth it.... It has some of the best covers. The covers sound better than the orignal artist, expect Op ivy cover. It is still good but the op ivy orignal is the best. GET THIS CD IF YOU are a evergreen terrace fan!

 
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