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Found In The Flood

Vagrant 413

Released on August 23, 2005

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Produced by Mark Trombino (Jimmy Eat World, Blink 182), Found in the Flood is the highly anticipated follow-up to the band¹s 2003 debut, Pass the Flask. Regardless of what you want to label it, the music of The Bled has brought them from the deserts of Arizona to the fore of the contemporary hardcore scene. The sound documented on Found In The Flood is nothing more than the answer to the band's own musical equations, a combination of everything from jazz to Converge to Led Zeppelin. But if you must call it something, take the advice of drummer Mike Pedicone, "I just tell people that we're heavy."

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 10 reviews (See Below)
Customer Rating

Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Hotel Coral Essex Voted #2  19%
2 Gutter Shark  8%
3 My Assassin Voted #3  15%
4 Antarctica  6%
5 She Calls Home  13%
6 Last American Cowboy Voted #1  22%
7 Daylight Bombings  6%
8 Millionaires  3%
9 With An Urgency  4%
10 I Don't Keep With Liars Anymore  3%
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Robert from San Jose, CA 
Apr 1 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A really sweet album. I don't know why people always compare this to pass the flask and say that this isn't as good or whatever. This album is amazing, and the bled have made a big step. with guttershark, you can see the increase in intensity, and with antarctica, you can see their softer side, as well. Great record overall.

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Matt from Curra Via Gympie, Australia 
Aug 24 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

As awesome as this CD is, moving from their first CD "Pass The Flask" to this... I can't help but feel dissapointed. I can listen to it, but I find myself constantly comparing it to the first which leaves me upset, this might end up being one of those CDs that I put back on in a year from now and am amazed, though atm I'm just down about it. If you love this CD... checkout the first, it's a personal favourite and much much better.

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Jean Philippe from Québec, PQ Canada 
Mar 7 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

A solid release by The Bled, maybe a little bit more soft to the ear. (Which is not necessary a good thing)

HOTel cORAL esSEX is a pretty good track, and for some reason, I also like She Calls Home & Daylight Bombings.

Pass The Flask was better in my opinion.

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Daryl from Alexandria, VA 
Feb 19 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Amazing, incredible, angry, depressing, and loud! "pass the Flask" is a great album though...but this one the Bled experimented more w/ emotion and singing more than just that cliche' screamo shit....I highly recommend would not expect this record to be out on a pussy label like it now!!!!

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Ed from Feasterville, PA 
Dec 5 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I thought it was alright, their first cd was betta fo sho son, this dont bring the ruckus you wont find it in my cd player anytime soon, still a great band tho, supportin the latino hardcore scene

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

this cd is amazing. Finally, after 9283749821739872345 years of prolonging their sophmore album, the Bled have created yet another masterpiece. If you're a fan of Pass the Flask, you'll definately love this cd as well. Same great raw attitude, different tunes.

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Adrian from Chula Vista, CA 
Sep 1 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Like these other people who wrote reviews and most people I know, I liked their first cd better. Does that mean that this cd is bad? No, its a good album, have they grown much? Not really. They are still heavy and melodic which is good, however I would have liked a bit more screaming and less singing but thats just me. I hope their next outing will be harder.

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Sandra from La Crescenta, CA 
Aug 25 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

good tunes, but a little less hardcore this time. their still awesome, but the old stuff is always better.

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Michele from Ft. Collins, CO 
Aug 23 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

this cd for me was somewhat of a dissapointment. they changed alot and not so much in a good way. maybe this album will grow on me like many have in the past but a lot of the time, it's just noise. it sounds like a mix of gurgley mars volta and the blood brothers, minus the squeakiness, of course.

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Ruthe from Los Angeles, CA 
Aug 23 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is really good but i like their first one better. they didnt really grow musically but hey they still sound damn good.

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