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Title Fight

Shed

Side One Dummy 441

Released on May 3, 2011

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After releasing a handful of EPs and 7-inches as well as performing shows all over the world, Title Fight began attracting attention from fans and labels who were captivated by the way the band managed to put a modern spin on the melodic hardcore sound pioneered by acts like Gorilla Biscuits and Lifetime - and in 2010 the members of Title Fight dropped out of college in order to tour full-time with acts such as New Found Glory, Four Year Strong and H20. It was also around this time that the band entered the studio with Gorilla Biscuits/ Quicksand guitarist Walter Schreifels who agreed to produce the band and promptly drove down to Northeastern Pennsylvania to help them prepare to record their highly anticipated full-length debut Shed.

From there the band headed to Philadelphia to record Shed over a grueling two-week period at the legendary Studio 4. However all those long nights paid off as Shed sees the band implementing various subgenres that range from old-school hardcore to aggressive punk rock that make these twelve energetic anthems instant classics for a new generation of listeners searching for music that inspires them as much as Title Fight were inspired by their heroes.

“We’ve been a band for seven years and this is the first time we’ve had a recording that’s longer than seven minutes long,” says Ned Russin. “The last year has been a crazy ride but the whole time we’ve always stayed true to the fact that we’re not trying to be anything we’re not,” he summarizes. “We’re four friends that play in a band together and we would still be doing this whether we were playing to five people or five hundred of them.”

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1 Coxton Yard  0%
2 Shed  11%
3 Flood Of '72  11%
4 Society  0%
5 You Can't Say Kingston Doesn't Love You Voted #1  17%
6 Crescent-Shaped Depression  11%
7 Safe In Your Skin Voted #2  17%
8 Where Am I?  11%
9 Your Screen Door  0%
10 27  6%
11 Stab Voted #3  17%
12 GMT (Greenwich Mean Time)  0%
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Shane from Monroe, IN 
Apr 15 2014 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The sound on this album is unlike any sound I've heard before. Title Fight's musical style feels a bit nostalgic to me and their punk rock vibes are awesome. I'm so glad I somehow found out about these guys.

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Toby from Tampa, FL 
Jul 5 2012 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Awesome album! Fans of bands like Lifetime, Jawbreaker, Texas is the Reason, and Kid Dynamite should check this one out. Some great melodic hardcore with a bit of a 90s emo touch!

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Eddie from Hanover Park, IL 
Feb 20 2012 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this album was awesome. I still think the collection cd before this was better,but that's really hard to beat. Every time I see them I have a great time and glad they are getting more popular because they definitely deserve it. If you like Lifetime or old Saves The Day you will dig this a lot. The vocals are a bit more hardcore but its got a lot of hooks and sing a long choruses. Transit, Wonder Years fans will eat this up too.





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