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Where Myth Fades To Legend

Fearless 301102

Released on June 3, 2008


The much anticipated second album from Alesana. December '07 - March '08 was spent writing and recording the album with producer/engineer Steve Evetts (Senses Fail, Every Time I Die, A Static Lullaby). The heavier parts are heavier, and the catchy parts are catchier. Aleasana is know for touring the world relentlessly. They toured in support of their first album "On Frail Wings Of Vanity and Wax" 17 months, 370 shows, 5 countries, all without more than a 2 week break. Much of the new album was written while on the road. The new album has 13 new songs with an enhanced CD featuring live videos and a 10 minute documentary. Free Poster with all pre-orders.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 This Is Usually The Part Where People Scream Voted #3  12%
2 Goodbye, Goodnight, For Good  5%
3 Seduction  2%
4 Sweetheart, You Are Sadly Mistaken Voted #1  14%
5 Red And Dying Evening  12%
6 Better Luck Next Time, Prince Charming Voted #2  14%
7 The Uninvited Thirteenth  0%
8 A Most Profound Quiet  0%
9 And They Call This Tragedy  12%
10 All Night Dance Parties In The Underground Palace  10%
11 Endings Without Stories  5%
12 As You Wish  12%
13 Obsession Is Such An Ugly Word  2%
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Sean from Salt Lake City, UT 
Jun 22 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I'd give this 6 stars if I could. This CD takes Alesana's sound and perfects it. Dennis has improved his screaming dramatically, and there are several different ranges he uses in this album, instead of the really-high-or-really-deep like on the first Cd. Plus, one of the new members screams too so there are all the types of screams you could possibly wnat. Shawn's screaming has improved also.

But, the most important thing: You can actually understand almost all of the lyrics now. Dennis had a problem on the first album with slurring the words together so you couldn't understand half of it, even when you were reading along with the lyrics. Now it's really a lot more clear.

And, lastly, these songs are just plain more freaking brutal. So much harder than the first, and all the catchy singing parts are even catchier. Truly. Don't hesitate on this.

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Matt from Chillicothe, IA 
Jun 20 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is f-ing amazing. the guitars and screaming go really good together. i would recomend this for anyone that likes screaming and shredding guitars.

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