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Go It Alone

Only Blood Between Us

Rivalry 14

Released on July 12, 2005

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The first full length recording from Go It Alone is finally here. Pitted against the odds, the band has triumphed through personal tragedy, depression, and numerous member changes to bring you what is by far their most inspiring material to date. Featuring 10 brand new songs and 2 re-recorded favorites, this record has amplified the strengths of old recordings, while also treading some new ground. The record has the same melodic hardcore flavor we've come to know from Go It Alone, much along the lines of Chain of Strength, Count Me Out, Carry On, and Battery, but this time around, the message is more saddening and more uplifting, all at the same time. To put it simply, this record is much more intense than those of the past. Lyrically, the record touches on the harsh realities that come with the end of a life: the regret, the memories, and the feeling that we could have been so much more. From the 9 to 5 grave march, to those opportunities passed up solely for the sake of doctrine, this record has a unique way of urging all of us to Wake Up before it's too late. It is this contrasting effect that makes this record truly something special. In April 2004, drummer Lucas McFadden, experienced a terrible accident - falling 500 feet off of a cliff, breaking his back, neck, arm, ribcage, puncturing a lung, bruising his heart/brain, and experiencing temporary paralysis. Miraculously, just over a year later, Lucas and the band have recovered and are back stronger than ever.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Cold Winter  8%
2 A Constant Refrain  8%
3 Evelyn Voted #1  17%
4 The Only Blood Between Us Voted #2  13%
5 Nothing Gold Voted #3  13%
6 Flatline  13%
7 Water Finds It's Own Level  4%
8 Shallow Breathing  4%
9 Faith And Fiction  8%
10 Nightwatch  0%
11 Inheritance  0%
12 Nobody But You  13%
Come back on or after Tuesday, July 12 to vote for your favorite songs

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Derek from Bell Canyon, CA 
Feb 2 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This band is incredible. They play some of the finest hardcore that I've heard. They remind me of Carry On in a lot of ways because they have so much heart. I would say that their "Vancouver Gold" release is my favorite, but this is pretty damn good, too.

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Brandon from Northglenn, CO 
Dec 26 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a great CD! Fast-paced and brutal. I would definitley recommend this for fans of Comeback Kid, Champion, Carry On. Buy this, you know you want to.








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