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Comeback Kid


Victory 3232

Released on February 20, 2007


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In 2005, COMEBACK KID joined VICTORY RECORDS and released the astonishing hardcore masterpiece,Wake The Dead, the follow-up to their acclaimed debut, Turn It Around. Wake The Dead was a call to arms. It was life changing and life affirming. It was the communiqué that the restless youth of the world desperately needed. called it a “hands-down 10 out of 10.” Wake The Dead made COMEBACK KID one of the most celebrated hardcore bands of new millennium. The band responded to the call and toured the globe several times over in honest hardcore fashion. They played any festival, VFW hall and basement that would have them. Countries that do not even speak the band’s language still understood the message and hailed COMEBACK KID as one of today’s premier hardcore bands and made them one of the most successful bands in the genre. Broadcasting… is the band’s monstrous new collection of anthems that will inspire listeners to tear into the pit, and chant along as if their lungs depended on it. Broadcasting… combines breakneck hardcore punk rock in the tradition of MINOR THREAT, BAD BRAINS and 7 SECONDS with forward thinking lyrics and ferocious melodies similar to RISE AGAINST, RANCID and BAD RELIGION. It is the band’s most ambitious record and one of this year’s most anticipated releases.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 10 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Defeated Voted #1  19%
2 Broadcasting... Voted #2  19%
3 Hailing On Me Voted #3  11%
4 The Blackstone  8%
5 Industry Standards  6%
6 Give'r (Reprise)  5%
7 One Left Satisfied  9%
8 Come Around  5%
9 In Case Of Fire  8%
10 Market Demands  7%
11 In/Tuition  5%
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John from La Jolla, CA 
Sep 2 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Umm...all i can really say is these guys are amazing. I bought this CD without listening to anything off of it, i just went off the fact that Wake the Dead is awesome. After having listened to it for a few months, im slowly thinking that it is a better disk than wake the dead. Basically, if you are a comeback kid fan and you do not have this disk, then you probably arent a comeback kid fan. BUY IT!!!

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Derek from Shell Lake, SK Canada 
May 3 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Like most people, i was mad about the old singer leaving and i thought Broadcasting would suck, because i was a huge fan of the old vocals.

And first off, you can barely tell AT ALL that its a new singer, this guys voice is just a bit more "screamy" but same tone and everything. So vocals are just as good for sure.

And, if you like those albums where you can EASILY listen to the album from the first song to the last, this is one of them. COMPLETELY solid! Heavier than the last, but definetly still the same Comeback Kid we all love, the catchy yell along parts, just freaken awesome.

I highly recomend this album to any hardcore fan, with the fast heart pumping songs.

awesome album.

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Joseph from Mississauga, ON Canada 
Apr 3 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It's pretty amazing that this band is really one of the only remaining pure hardcore bands left around. From opening to closing, this is a great hardcore CD. No long, drawn out singing, just loud, short, fast songs, with a great medoldic sound throughout. I recommend this to anyone who likes hardcore or punk, it's really just a great record.

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Chris from Bountiful, UT 
Mar 15 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I gotta be honest, i was pretty worried when I heard Andrew took over vocal duties. I thought this album was going to end up sounding like another Figure Four cd (the band that Andrew sung for and has a few CK members). However, he somehow managed to change his vocals to sound original, yet keep that same higher pitched shout that Comeback Kid has. The songwriting and musicianship is top notch and is by far their best work to date. Although the song writing and all is better than their last 2 albums I still haven't decided whether or not I like it better than "Wake The Dead". Every time I listen to this cd I like it more and more, which makes it hard because ever since Turn It Around came out i've loved it upon first listen. I'm exited to see where CK goes in the future. This is how hardcore should be done today.

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Chris from London, ON Canada 
Mar 6 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Comeback Kid never change much but I am not sure how they could, their music is still very orginal mixing punk and metal the way they do but the best thing about comeback kid is that every album they put out gets heavier and more heart thumping than the last. If I ever have any comeback kid album on in the car chances are I will be bouncing off the walls by the time I get where ever I am going, they just get me so pumped up and not very many bands can do that. I have been listening to them ever since I seen them when they were touring for their first CD and I thought after the lead singer left and Andrew took over vocals duties that comeback kid wouldn't sound as good but if you didn't know you wouldn't be able to tell he does an excellent job replacing the singer.

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Daniel from Santa Cruz, CA 
Feb 28 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Out with the old and in with the new. The vocalist change-up is probably the single most important progression for Comeback Kid, and thank God for that. See, my biggest gripe about these guys was the crow-like vocals. With Andrew now on the mic, the vocals are very dynamic, from screams, yells, and not-whiney clean singing. This guy is a very talented and strong vocalist (in addition to song writer). In the past he has written and recorded all the songs. This album sounds like he gave a little more creative power to the other band members (which isn't such a great thing). Musically, this definitely is a slight regression from intense energy of Wake The Dead (which had an awesome Skate Punk musical feel). The song structures are more interesting though with some experimenting in emo notations. The setback is the speed has dropped considerably, replaced with a majority of mid-tempo hymns. Wake The Dead was one of the few totally amazing Blasting Room sounds (with an amazing bass sound). Broadcasting has the typical flat Blasting Room sound, with dull felty kick drum, and low-gain, low-volume guitar (as most the Stevenson recordings sound like from a glorified home studio). So in some ways, this is a milestone better, and in other aspects its a step-down. Either way, I'd recommend buying this record. The track order starts with two relatively mellow songs, before exploding the energy. And to me, track flow really affects the feel of the album. So I recommend only listening to this on random mix. Highlight tracks are Give'r, In Case of Fire, and In/Tuition (which is a really strong snappy closing song).

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Matt from Pittsburgh, PA 
Feb 27 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

So far I'm not liking it as much as Wake the Dead, but it is definitely as good. The production on this record is the best I've heard in a while. It's perfect, everything is clear, and the gang vocals...oh my, the gang vocals are pure joy. Put it in, turn it way way up, and bask in the glow of perfectly produced and mixed hardcore.

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Daniel from Sarasota, FL 
Feb 24 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

AMAZING album from these Canadian natives! Since I got it, I haven't stopped listening. However, a little hint if you put this on your iPod. Some of the song names are wrong when you upload them. It might be just me I dunno. But anyway that was off topic. These guys are gonna be the ones to look for in the near future. I do miss Scott though..

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Steven from York, PA 
Feb 21 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

As kid under me says, I was also a little worried about how the CD would turn out without their old singer. Andrew is amazing at vocals and does a good job of taking over, however I think Scott was better still. There are a couple parts where he sings, which I'm not quite used to from CBK, but other than that, this CD is REALLY good

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Ariel from Palmdale, CA 
Feb 19 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I was a little scared to hear what CK would sound like when Andrew took over on vocals. Is their style going to change? Is it still going to be hardcore?

Well let's just say that Andrew fucking rips. This record is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. This shit will rip your fucking face off. Defeated, Broadcasting, Hailing On Me, and In/Tuition are addicting. I have to admit....Andrew's vocals are alot better than Scott's.

Not to was recorded at the blasting room and created by Bill Stevenson. And anything made at the blasting room is untouchable. Buy this shit NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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