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Remembering Never

She Looks So Good In Red

Ferret Music 31

Released on March 26, 2002


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Remembering Never pulled together around 2 years ago when Until the End vocalist, Pete decided to add a few levels to his vocal abilities. Combining a gritty guitar sound with slick melodies laid on top of Danny's nonstop percussion attack, Remembering Never can't help comparisons to local hero's, Poison the Well in reviews of their debut MCD.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 13 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 To The Girl I Loved For An Hour  2%
2 A Clearer Sky  10%
3 Feathers In Heaven  10%
4 Big Jims Mist Ake Voted #1  23%
5 Alisons Song Voted #2  14%
6 Meadows  7%
7 Blue  8%
8 The Moment You've Realized You Are Nothing To Anyone Voted #3  11%
9 Heartless  6%
10 Rape Kissing Jesus  6%
11 Last Night Alone  3%
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Charlie from Algona, WA 
Jul 11 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great cd. One of my top 10 bands to listen to. Great Metalcore cd. I got into this band durning Women and Children Die First. So when i heard them bust out with a accoustic i was pretty shocked. The stand out track to me was Heartless. Its amazing to see how much this band has changed over the years. 5 stars

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Steve from Pittsburgh, PA 
Jan 21 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I'm not usually a big fan of this genre, but this CD grew on me after repeated listens. After I first played it I hated it , but by the 4th or 5th spin I started to actually like it. I can definately see the Poison the Well comparisons because they sound similar, but Remembering Never has their own sound, and they can mix the sing and scream very well. I haven't heard the Women and Children Die First CD yet, but I'm considering getting it after hearing this.

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Jeremy from Valparaiso, IN 
Dec 12 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is badass all the way through. Decent vocals (for a hardcore band) and some killer breakdowns. Remembering Never is a good band to listen to when you're pissed off. This is easily the best of their three CDs. I'd highly recommend it.

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Jon from Boulder City, NV 
Sep 5 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

First off they are on the wrong label. They should jump over to Eulogy. With that said, Remembering Never is another breakdown masterful band. As much as I love metalcore sometimes it just seems to repeat if you lost toucg with the music. That can happen here as heavy and insightful as it is if you lose touch, you lose the edge of it and then it becomes the same ole hardcore dancing clice. Good style of writing and great musical skills. We'll just have to see what comes from these guys in the future.

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Mark from Apo, AP 
Aug 21 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is worth your money buy it now. Anyone who says this cd sucks or his singing vocals suck know nothing about hardcore. Just for you idiots who don't know anything the vocalist is also the vocalist for until the end. I saw these guys at hellfest and i saw until the end also. Great preformances. So what are you waiting for buy it now. Plus they are coming out with a new one soon called women and children die first make sure you pick that one up to when it comes out

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Stuart from Perth, Australia 
Aug 11 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is very worth your $$. there is a good mix of metalcore with a small amount of emo breakdowns. there is also a lot of anger behind them. great if you have a lot of anger built up. songs that blew me away were "alisons song" , "big jims mistake" and the secret song at track 66.

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Luis from Hilton Head Island, SC 
May 7 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Really fuckin good drop d NJ metal with a good bit of GAY fuckin emo parts.....if this band just played straight up Metalcore, they'd be really really good....this guy's scream is awesome, but he sure is a terrible singer....if you want to own lots of awesome metalcore riffs with lots of blistering drums, mix with some slow and lack of talent emo this is defintely for you....buy if you're justa a hardcore fan its still worth it.

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Maggie from Philomath, OR 
Apr 1 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Freaking delightful. A perfect combo of shrieks and heavy riffs, with some melodic crap thrown in there. One of the best hardcore bands ever. Don't question getting this or not, just do it. Would love to see these guys live.

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Gavin from Philadelphia, PA 
Feb 20 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is absolutely vicious, double bass madness, technical guitars, searing vocals, i dont think i can recall hearing such angry and disturbing lyrics before, but they just add to the charm of this excellent band

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Justin from Las Vegas, NV 
Dec 28 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

remembering never definately pack a serious 1-2 punch. they have the versatility to mix emotional singing with hardcore growling..this cd is definately superior to the last one..the lyrics are, as you probably have heard, MUCH better..the transition in tracks from 'blue' to 'the moment you realized..' is worth its weight in gold..that transition is enough to make any hardcore/metalcore kid dance

 
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