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Burn The Past

Surviving The Last Days Of Autumn

Advance 101

Released on December 12, 2003

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The first release from Burn The Past on Advance Records. An exciting fusion of furiously paced punk rock with a slower, heavier prog. Rock feel to it.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Brand New Rival Voted #3  17%
2 Hourglass  0%
3 Too Far Gone Voted #2  25%
4 Clandestine Killer  17%
5 Coffee Stains And Light Cigarettes  0%
6 Letter In A Scrapbook  0%
7 Shattered Pieces Of You Lying On The Ground  0%
8 Used To Be A Hero  8%
9 Sanction Voted #1  33%
10 Hey, I Have A Question For You Too... "why Are You Still Here?"  0%
11 Surviving The Last Days Of Autumn  0%
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Sébastien from Rivière-du-loup, PQ Canada 
Mar 1 2010 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Follow up record of the ontarians skate punk kings "Downshift" under a new name. This one is indeed much slower but still have the downshift feeling on some songs. I would have rated this one 5-star but the fact that the booklet contains no lyrics made it lose a point for me. Still it is great music.

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