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Eternal Bond

Suki 1

Released on February 14, 2006

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The long awaited new release of the Independents "Eternal Bond" is finally here! 14 Brand new songs!

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Quarter To Three Voted #3  17%
2 Eternal Bond  7%
3 Hideaway  7%
4 Alone  0%
5 Vampirella  0%
6 Bleeding In The Streets  0%
7 The Next Kiss (is The Last Goodbye)  7%
8 Waste Of Flesh  0%
9 Baby Doll Voted #1  21%
10 Lullabye Voted #2  19%
11 True  12%
12 Alive  7%
13 White Feathers  2%
14 Baby Doll (original Demo Version)  0%
Come back on or after Tuesday, February 14 to vote for your favorite songs

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Will from Jacksonville, FL 
May 21 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i had the privaledge to see these guys play alot of these songs live shortly after this was released,the only thing better than this cd ,is expiencing it live!better than back from the grave,a new bass player and new drummer seems to have not stopped the boys from S.C.

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Matthew from Bolivar, MO 
Apr 11 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This has to be my favorite Independents album to come out so far. I don't think I heard a bad song on the whole album. If you like the independents I think you’ll love this album! I sure did!!!

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Gary from Laurens, SC 
Mar 9 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this album was great. loved the vocals and guitar. a great band. every song is awesome. i saw them in columbia, south carolina with the queers and they were absolutely great.

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Hubbard from Myrtle Beach, SC 
Mar 4 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

My sentiments exactly! "'Eternal Bond' is an uncategorizable aural assault like no other. Describing the sound of The Independents is nearly impossible. I can tell you that you will hear some ska, some punk, some rock and roll, and even a little country. I cannot tell you which combination of the afore mentioned styles you will get at any given moment. This album can be a bit darker at times than their earlier releases, especially lyrically. But, don't let that to scare you off, this is better than the rest. They take you to the depths of places you probably don't want to be with songs like 'Hideaway' (my personal favorite) and 'Alone'. But, don't fret; they bring you back to the land of the living with 'Baby Doll'. Willy B. has a way with a guitar like no other. To be able to play so many different styles within one song… he just makes it seem so natural. The sound emanates from his as though it has been flowing through his bloodstream since birth. Evil's voice… What can I say about Evil's voice? It is one of the most mesmerizing and expressive voices that I have ever heard. The emotion coming from his soul could easily reach out from the speakers and pluck your still beating heart from its cavity deep in your chest. The softness of his voice on 'Lullaby' is enough to bring you to tears. The pain in 'Hideaway' will make you cringe with that same pain. You feel the heartache of loves lost in 'True' and 'White Feathers'. Evil Presly and Willy B. truly are The Independents. The emotion and soul that oozes from the pores of them are what make 'Eternal Bond' the album that it is. The darkness and tenderness are blended so as to envelope you and carry you to new places. I am guessing that after just one listen, you will go willingly." ©2006 Christine 'Krusty' Ullrich

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Joseph from Cincinnati, OH 
Mar 2 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

well, my wife finally gave me permission to buy this(yeah, it's like THAT). amazing. i've never heard ANY band blend the sounds that this band does, and they do it so damn well! i've shared a few messages on myspace with Evil, and he seems like he's a real cool motherfucker, so buy this album! Buy it or your mother doesn't love you! if you go to their myspace page, it has all their tour dates on it as well. FUCK major labels. truly one UNDERRATED band.

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Shanon from Bloomingdale, GA 
Mar 1 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I have been listening to this CD for 3 days straight now. While being a bit more melodic overall than previous releases, this has to be one of the most solid albums they have put out. This has a great combination of their signature upbeat ska based sound and some more rock based classic sound, all incorporating the moody driven music and as always, great story telling lyrics. Two thumbs up.

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Daniela from Saddle Brook, NJ 
Feb 27 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I have been listening to The Independents for 10 years and I think this is one of their best albums yet....... It's melodic and fun to listen to...... BUY IT and see for yourself.

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