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A Burning Water

We Can See The Sky From Here

Negative Progression 26

Released on June 28, 2005

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Early 2005 saw the teaming up of A Burning Water and San Francisco's Negative Progression Records. "We Can See The Sky From Here," recorded and produced by Matt Radosevich (The Matches), is sonic architecture that houses a boldly dynamic mix of intensity, emotion, melody, and energy. Drawing from such long time influences as At the Drive-In, Sigur Ros, Glassjaw, and Refused, A Burning Water also maintains an underlying pop/rock sensibility that allows the band, as well as their audience, to be set free of typical genre limits. They have recently been lauded by critics as what would have happened if “Radiohead grew up listening to hardcore.” With this album A Burning Water does more than blur the lines between rock, hardcore, and instrumental styles--they redefine them.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Introduction  0%
2 Out In The Dark Voted #1  42%
3 Missiles And Markers  0%
4 So Much You Hide  0%
5 In Failed Attempts Voted #3  17%
6 This Is A Test  0%
7 Retract  0%
8 The Instrumental  0%
9 These Ruins  0%
10 A Passing Wish Voted #2  42%
11 Patience Is Me  0%
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Jamie from Westwood, MA 
Dec 8 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Fan of screamo? buy this. Honestly, this cd is amazing. I wasn't expecting much from a band with such an emo name, but they're really not emo at all. More on the indie/hardcore side. Definately pick it up if you're a fan of Emery or Emanuel.

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