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Receiving End Of Sirens

Between The Heart And The Synapse

Triple Crown

Released on April 26, 2005


$12.25
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Producer Matt Squire (Northstar, Thrice) lent his talents on their groundbreaking, debut full length, Between the Heart and the Synapse, out this April on Triple Crown Records. The record, the band’s most focused and pioneering work to date, showcases them as they find their place somewhere between Hot Rod Circuit and the Refused. After a listen, one might consider their innovative sound a jolt to the genre, but such an assumption would presuppose that their music is even limited to one.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Prologue  2%
2 Planning A Prison Break Voted #1  19%
3 The Rival Cycle  9%
4 The Evidence  6%
5 The War Of All Against All  10%
6 ...Then I Defy You, Stars  10%
7 Intermission  2%
8 This Armistice Voted #2  17%
9 Broadcast Quality  7%
10 Flee The Factory  3%
11 Dead Men Tell No Tales Voted #3  12%
12 Venona  1%
13 Epilogue  1%
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Scott from Adelaide, Australia 
Dec 21 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I dont know why i got this cd. Im far from into this style of music, but i guess, every now and then one of this bands pop up that strike my attention.

I cant say i am a big fan of this cd. Its definately got some awesome parts, and they show clear potential, but seriously, do they have to fuck around so much??? Theres way too many boring interludes, and outerludes, in middle-o-ludes, and more ludes than you could poke a stick at.

Im sorry, but im just not into 8 minute songs, and ridiculous artsy-fartsy songs. Definate talent, but in my opinion, its misused.

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Mary from Allendale, MI 
Jun 30 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

every song on this cd is beautiful in every way....it doesnt even matter what kind of music you like, you'll like this

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Adam from Budapest, Hungary 
Mar 18 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

TREOS is one of the most talented band of today's music, so every1 should own this CD. Best Tracks are "Planning on A Prison Break", "This Armistice" & "Dead Men Tell No Tales" Buy This Album NOW!!!!

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Charlie from Crown Point, IN 
Feb 5 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this is a good album. not one of my all time favorites but its still worth the money. i recommend getting this.

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Jamie from Westwood, MA 
Nov 23 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

BEST.CD.EVER. honestly, I've been listning to this cd every single day ever since I got it 5 months ago, and it hasn't gotten old yet. Luckily for me, I'm from the same town as them so I get to catch all their local shows! But for those of you who can't, just pick up this album to tide you over until they come to your area. mm hmm.

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Leo from Apo, AE 
Jun 9 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is the one the most honest emo/hardcore albums in a long time. It blends guitar breakdowns, threee part harmonies, and beautifully crafted drums all in to an hour of intense music. The songs flow together like a story, creating a whole picture towards the end of the CD. I can't put it down. These guys can really sing and show their talent in every song. The album is great and nothing is lacking. I encourage people of every genre to buy this. Incredible!!!!!

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Chris from Butler, NJ 
May 11 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great CD. Heard about these guys about six months ago after I saw a live performance of "dead men tell no tales" and the rest is history. One of the best songs I've heard in a long while-Does this song have hidden meaning about a band member leaving?!?!- MAYDAY-MAYDAY-SWIM TOWARDS THE SHORE,THE CAPTAIN IS OVERBOARD-AND THERE'S NOTHING YOU CAN DO WHEN THE WATER RUINS THE MAPS WE DREW-MAYDAY-MAYDAY SAVE US FROM THIS DROWNING VESSEL!!!!!You do the math -anyway- these guys are the perfect blend of rock,screamo,emo-whatever you want to classify them as. Track #3 the rival cycle is great. Guitars are great- Alex shreads this album apart- great mix of voices. Go out and get this one-you won't be dissapointed!!!!

 
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