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Affinity

If I Only Had An Ocean

(Members Of Further Seems Forever)

Dead Droid 3

Released on August 11, 2000

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 20 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Most Delicate Confession Voted #1  30%
2 Memoir (For Kevin)  2%
3 Noise # 1  5%
4 David, Unlike The Moon Voted #2  24%
5 I'll Miss You In The Mourning  9%
6 Struggle For Perfection  2%
7 Pariah  5%
8 The 90 Day Guilt Theory  3%
9 Noise # 2  0%
10 Hands Held High Voted #3  12%
11 Breach Of Contract (For Thomas)  6%
12 Riptide  3%
13 Noise # 3  0%
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Daniel from Salinas, CA 
Nov 4 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is fucking great,all the songs are worth listening to over again,but it takes about a few listens to fully apreciate the whole cd,but just like that person said if you are looking for something that sounds like Further Seems Forever then you might not want to because Jason's vocals dont sound the same at all,but still get it because it is a great cd,and if someone could help me with something,why do the vocals change after halfway through the cd,right when it gets to struggle for perfection?thank you,bye!!!

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Gary from Lorton, VA 
May 12 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

wow i must say im blown away. i first learned about jason gleason in further seems forever a few years back. there was just something about his voice that just blew me away. when he left fsf last year, i was absolutely devistated. he was my favorite fsf singer out of the 3 (sorry chris carrabba fans) so i began searching the net to see if he was doing anything new, and while i was on interpunk searching for cds to buy, i discovered this cd. i knew jason was into hardcore, but i had no clue that he was actually in a heavier band prior to being in fsf. so i immediately bought this cd and this is my review.

**my warning to fsf fans, this sounds nothing like fsf and jason's voice is un-recognizable so you might wanna take a chance on this cd only if your open to hardcore and screamo**

ok now to the actually review. first let me say, if your picky on production this cd might turn you off a bit. its not the best production, but then again you must realize these guys were up and comming and it was recorded back in 2000 probably on a tight budget. it is better than demo quality though. the song structures are acheived very well, although the guitars sound rough in some parts, but of course that goes back to the whole production thing. as far as a screamer, jason does very well in that.. it would have been better if the vocals were recorded better production wise. this cd i believe is very good. however i would have liked to have heard it recorded by a professional such as a james paul wisner or a brian mcternan.. then it would have come out 10 times better. however dont let the production turn you completely off, this cd is a good choice for hardcore and screamo fans.. or if your like me and like both hardcore, screamo and your a die hard fsf fan (jason gleason era). so pick this cd up.

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Steve from Beaufort, SC 
Mar 27 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

"if i only had a towel!" orgasm all over the place! i'm in love with this cd... though circle takes the square is better it hink.. this is an amazing emocosre cd and band.. jason gleason made a GREAT choice leaving fsf for affinity...

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Linda from Newport Beach, CA 
Feb 29 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is really good. Only one you can get. Affinity is long gone though. But this is defently a good cd. GET IT

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Kevin from South Euclid, OH 
Jan 2 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

humm? jason gleason? the singer from further seems forever? can't be! but its is! i was shocked to learn that. after listening to further seems forever and the affinity im like why the hell would he leave this band? well whatever hes big and popular now i guess this is good but he could have redone his vocals better( he squeeks alot) well whatever if u like shitty recorded hardcore this is for you i go 3 out of 5

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Chris from Alexandria, ON Canada 
Dec 22 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

emo core is what they call it its deccent i guess more hardcore than the emo from what i can tell if you from autum to ashes you will eat this up get it if your looking for some good hardcore int he vein of fata and ptw

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John from Murfreesboro, TN 
Oct 30 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I'm sure this album is good for what it is...though production could have been a little better. Don't buy it just because Jason sings on it though. In fact, I don't think he ever sings.

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Fernando from Madrid, Spain 
Sep 17 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

In my modest opinion, they are a Poison the Well wannabes but with some lack of musicianship, they've got some good moments, but not many. I guess they are not my kinda sound, I don't know, I wish I loved them (12 bucks!!) but I donĀ“t. Thanks God I have FATA and PTW to put away this bittersweet taste.

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Shane from Fort Worth, TX 
May 15 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

if i only had an ocean...to fill this review with the accurate description, jason has an amazing scream, the bass player follows a lot of the riffs that the guitars do, and thats no easy task. support this band and buy the cd!

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Lea from Huntington, WV 
Mar 3 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD rocks. one of the coolest melodic hardcore bands out there. they remind a lot of poison the well so if you like PTW i reccomend getting this cuz i'd say you'd enjoy this too. best songs are The Most Delicate Confession, Memoir, Struggle for Perfection, 90 Day Guilt Theory, David, Unlike the Moon, and Pariah. get this cd now. i also reccomend the new zao cd "all else failed", poison the well's "opposite of december", further seems forever "how to start a fire". any emo or hardcore like this are always good. later

-Ben emocoreallstar@aol.com

 
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