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Hopesfall

Satellite Years

Trustkill 42

Released on October 15, 2002

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A fan of the Hopesfall sound would notice their ubiquitous mixture of dissonance and melody – interlocking complicated changes in mood as well as key. Think somewhere between Thursday, Cave In and Poison The Well mixed with influences in contemporary rock. Vocalist Jay Forrest combines deep throated growls within layers of sweet sounding vocals to bring new depths to the music of "The Satellite Years". The intricate guitar work is matched by no other band in the genre. Hopesfall set themselves above the "hardcore" crowd with their unique sound and energetic live show – which lead audiences through a range of emotions.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 19 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Andromeda  3%
2 Waitress Voted #2  17%
3 Dead In Magazines Voted #3  13%
4 Dana Walker  13%
5 Decoys Like Curves  11%
6 A Man Exits  5%
7 Redshift  1%
8 Only The Clouds  7%
9 Escape Pod For Intangibles  5%
10 The Bending Voted #1  24%
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Matt from Mt. Martha, Australia 
Apr 3 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

yeah good album. not reely into these guys anymore as i bought it a year ago but if u like poison the well, thursday and thrice i recomend it.

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Cody from Portales, NM 
Jul 15 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I'm a big fan of pre-A-types Hopesfall. Melodic Hardcore. I love this album, the guitar work is amazing. Get this CD if you're into the original sound of Hopesfall.

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Paul from Fairfax, VA 
Jun 6 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

really awesome cd. instantly became one of my favorites. very melodic with hardcore elements. some songs sound really similar to others, but overall this cd is amazing.

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Eddie from Murrieta, CA 
May 27 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I like this album alot. It's made quite an impact on me. One of the greatest releases from Trustkill ever.

Fav Tracks: The Bending, Red Shift, Only The Clouds, Decoys Like Curves, Dead In Magazines

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Phil from Merseyside, United Kingdom 
Mar 27 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Slightly disapointed with this album theres a few good songs but then the rest of the songs seem samey

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Hazel from Worthing, United Kingdom 
Oct 25 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this album was a lot more enjoyable than i expected it to be. it's just the standard sing/scream type stuff, nothing amazing, but thankfully it generally avoids the usual 'chugga chugga' metal riffs. a couple of songs remind me of Hum a little bit. it's not a bad album, but this type of music isn't really my thing. i'd rather listen to Black Flag or the Germs.

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Ben from Williamsport, PA 
Oct 24 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Bought this CD almost a year ago. It is good, so buy it. Hopesfall rules so stop debating on whether or not to buy this and just get it you idiot.

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Tony from Avon, IN 
Oct 8 2003 Rating: 1/5 Stars

not worth the hype at all, get their old cds. this one is awful... every song sounds the exact same.. it's just annoying.

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Bowen from Vail, CO 
Jul 6 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Awesome! This CD fucking rocks. I totally dig it, and I haven't even really gotten into it yet. They have a somewhat unique sound (from anything I've heard). If Poison the Well is "Noiscore Emo" than Hopesfall could be "Spacecore Emo". They have a really spacey sound that is really melodic but really gets going with heavey guitars and good screaming vocals. Also get No Wings to Speak of, because it is fuckin swell, too!!! Nyoi...

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Doyle from Inverness, IL 
Jul 3 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

if you like melodic hardcore and From Autumn to Ashes you will BUY THIS ALBUM! this is one my all time favorite cd's of all time and i hope for to stay that way. if you life hardcore you this disc as much as you need air

 
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