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Dancing Echoes/Dead Sounds

Equal Vision 100

Released on October 5, 2004


Codeseven formed in the fall of 1995 by three brothers and a couple of close friends in Winston Salem, NC. The band was quickly signed to The Music Cartel and released three acclaimed records during their stay on the label, A Sense of Coalition, Division of Labor, and The Rescue. The latter pushed the boundaries of the genre, drawing on the eclectic, experimental interest of Pink Floyd and Bjork, while capturing the energy and emotion of punk. The Rescue was produced and engineered by Alex Newport (At The Drive In, Mars Volta, Melvins) and released in May 2002 to critical acclaim. While losing a good part of their original fan base due to the departure of aggression, this was a new band with the same name. With the release a new fan base was established proving that the band made the right decision to explore their more experimental side. Codeseven toured incessantly on the release with such notable acts as Coheed and Cambria, Dredg, Poison the Well, and Hopesfall. The band had also made new fans with the likes of Deftones, Finch, and Year of The Rabbit. Codeseven spent the better part of the last year writing their Equal Vision Records debut Dancing Echoes / Dead Sounds. The band entered the studio in June 2004 to record the follow up to The Rescue with producer Michael Birnbaum (Coheed and Cambria, Straylight Run) in Woodstock, NY. The bands newest offering builds on their previous works, but sees the band expanding their vision in a darker and more electronic manner. Dancing Echoes / Dead Sounds is a portrait of a band that is unafraid to take their art in a direction that is rarely explored by their peers. Codeseven has always expanded the boundaries and been ahead of their time. Dancing Echoes / Dead Sounds will likely be the blueprint to which all other bands are compared over the coming years.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 La Mèmoire Rèincarnèe  0%
2 All The Best Dreams Voted #3  17%
3 Pathetic Justice  11%
4 Nasty Little Revolution Voted #1  28%
5 Quail's Dream  0%
6 Roped And Tied  17%
7 The Day That Doesn't End  0%
8 Shalo  0%
9 Alt. Wave Voted #2  22%
10 The Devil's Interval  0%
11 Cherry Tree  0%
12 Sunflower  6%
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Chris from Bountiful, UT 
Feb 23 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I'm definitly late on getting into this band but holy christ!!!! such good melow stuff. If you are into those really nice sounding mellow songs off of mae's first cd or the appleseed cast, i highly suggest you check this cd out. It is very good. Too bad i cant give it 6 stars

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Joan from Barkhamsted, CT 
Oct 9 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Overall, in musical standards, this is a solid release. However, to be honest, I find that this record is somewhat monotonous and there really isn't anything special about it. The music itself is executed well, but it's not really interesting at all. When I heard the demo of alt.wav on the Equal Visions comp a while back, I was blown away. I couldn't believe it was called a demo. In fact, when I heard the version they put on the record, I was fairly disappointed. Gone was the allure and murkiness that made the demo so attractive, and replacing it was just another generic song. They did a good job throwing Dancing Echoes/Dead Sounds together, but it lacks the punch to make me want to hear it more and more. None of the songs really stand out. And for the record, I still prefer the demo any day of the week.

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