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Hot Water Music

Finding The Rhythms

No Idea 32

Released on February 2, 1999

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 8 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Scraping  6%
2 The Passing  6%
3 Floor Voted #2  17%
4 Counting Numbers  3%
5 Liquid America Voted #3  12%
6 Bound  5%
7 Arms Can't Stretch Voted #1  19%
8 Practice In Blue  9%
9 Incisions  2%
10 Recliner  6%
11 Present  6%
12 Eating The Filler  8%
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Clay from Pittsburgh, PA 
Sep 26 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

not the best from hot water music, but definitely an instant classic. i wouldnt suggest this for someone who is just getting into this band, but if you are an old fan, they you definitely want to pick this up. for new fans, i would suggest picking up fuel for the hate game or no division.













RIP HWM 1994-2005

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Paul from Wellington, New Zealand 
Aug 8 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

These guys have been my favourite band for a long long time now. I found this cd here on interpunk and was totally stoked. The cd doesn't disapoint. If you've listened to and enjoyed anything before Caution this cd is a must buy!!

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John from Huntington, WV 
Jun 28 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Not the best record by Hot Water, but it still has some really cool songs. Jason Black(bass) even does lead vocals on one track which is the only time (that I know of) he accutally sang the lead. I do believe that this record is only for the true Hot Water fans because it is so raw and seems like they were still trying figure out what direction they wanted to go.

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Scott from Adelaide, Australia 
Jun 1 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Ehhhhhhhhhhh what can i say???

Not the best cd ive ever heard thats for damn sure. Before this album i was in love with HWM but then i pumped this one on my stereo and suddenly found myself bored shitless. This cd is very boring, and long and just the same songs over and over again. Nothing really experimental, just old HWM repeated over and over. I strongly advise you listen to their more recent stuff coz its amazing, but this older stuff just aint worth the money. Gets 2 just because its HWM, i could never say these guys sucked, coz they fuckin rule these days but yeah, ignore the old stuff!

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Kent from Sumner, MI 
Aug 18 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is one of thier best cds. with one of thier best songs, Arms cant stretch. A must have for any HWM fan. This and no division.

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Reed from Wauconda, IL 
Mar 10 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is my 5th HWM cd, and my least favorite (yet it still gets 5 stars). my love affair with HWM began almost a year ago to this date. i was on my way to purchasing less than jake tickets and i saw that HWM was on the bill. my curiousity led me to buy "forever and counting" and honestly, i thought it blew ass. but then i saw them perform and was smitten right away. i gave "forever and counting" another chance, and all was well. since then i have bought "never ender", "a flight and a crash", "caution", and now "finding the rhythms". "never ender" is by far my favorite, but this cd is defiantely quality. if you are a HWM fan buy this cd, and if you are curious about HWM i recommend this cd, but if you ARE curious id listen to "a flight and a crash" or "caution" its a little more tolerable to listen to for a beginner.

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Gareth from Grimsby, United Kingdom 
Mar 25 2001 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a good debut album buy an excellent band. It takes time to get into it, but it contains such good dual vocal melodies that keep u hooked for ages. A must for any fan.

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Mike from Provo, UT 
Nov 5 2000 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If you haven't heard much of Hot Water Music, 1995's Finding the Rythms is an excellent place to start. Their first full length album sets down the formula for their next releases, heavy, choppy guitars laced with intricate bass lines and hoarse, emotional vocals. Hot Water Music defies classification into traditional punk or hardcore molds, instead blending several different influences into a seamless style of their own. I was expecting this album to be a little more primitive than their recent releases, especially 1999's amazing No Division, but I was pleasantly surprised that they sound nearly as mature as they do now, with some of the most meaningful, personal songs around. The only flaw I found in this album is track 9, a song called "Incisions" which features some unknown guest vocalist. It almost sounds like they owed somebody a favor, (a relative maybe?) and were like, ok, you can sing on one song.. He isn't too bad, but it throws off the balance of the album. Other than that, its well worth anyone's money. Especially for everyone who is as tired as I am of the same meaningless pop punk that is currently flooding the industry.

 
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