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Search The City

A Fire So Big The Heavens Can See It

Tooth & Nail

Released on April 1, 2008

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Despite having obvious musical chops, success has by no means been handed to Search The City on a silver platter. And much like a beautiful stone sculpture, this act’s final shape was first cut with sharp chisels and pounded with heavy hammers, before being rubbed smooth with rough sandpaper. As your high school gym teacher always said: no pain, no gain. This Detroit, MI band recorded their first Tooth & Nail full-length, "A Fire So Big the Heavens Can See It," in St. Cloud, FL with James Paul Wisner (Dashboard Confessional, Underoath, and The Academy Is.)

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Son Of A Gun Voted #1  22%
2 To The Moon For All I Care  6%
3 Detroit Was Built On Secrets  0%
4 Ambulance Chaser  6%
5 Talk Is Cheap And I've Got Expensive Taste Voted #2  17%
6 The Rescue Voted #3  17%
7 Bigger Scars Make Better Stories  17%
8 The Streetlight Diaries  0%
9 In This Scene You're Just An Extra  0%
10 Clocks And Time Pieces  17%
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Sean from Salt Lake City, UT 
Apr 5 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Almost a perfect album. Lots of loud guitars, definately my favorite part of this band. Their guitar work is some of the best there is. The singers voice actually gets SLIGHTLY annoying if listened to at loud volumes multiple times. Sucks, because I want to crank it up and hit repeat, but I can't just for that one reason. The lyrics are awesome, and the singing isn't bad at all... it's just the dudes voice that can get on your nerves a little. Two of the songs are taken from their EP, which I never really have had a problem with, but with only ten songs total it makes one wonder if they had trouble coming up with new material, or were pressured to record on a deadline. 8 new songs is really quite short, but it depends on how long ago they wrote their EP, which is impossible to tell.

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Andrew from Arlington, TX 
Apr 3 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This one of the best albums i haver ever heard! When i first listened to i thought it was pretty good but before i knew it i had listened to five times straight and it just got better each time. I cannot even pick a favorite because they are just so good. Everything about the music is great lyrics, the guitars, the drums etc. Basically the Album is worth spending the 10.25.

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