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This Is How The Wind Shifts

Hopeless 207642

Released on February 5, 2013



This Is How The Wind Shifts marks Silverstein's sixth studio full-length album and second on Hopeless Records. A concept album that showcases the band innovative ability, This Is How The Wind Shifts musically picks up right where the band last left off.

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2 On Brave Mountains We Conquer  0%
3 Massachusetts  0%
4 This Is How  0%
5 A Better Place  0%
6 Hide Your Secrets  0%
7 Arrivals  0%
8 In A Place Of Solace  0%
9 In Silent Seas We Drown  0%
10 California  0%
11 The Wind Shifts  0%
12 To Live And To Lose  0%
13 With Second Chances  0%
14 Departures  0%
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Chris from Novato, CA 
Feb 21 2013 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I can't say that before this album i had listened to anything Silverstein put out after Discovering The Waterfront. But i saw a leak of this, downloaded it and was presently surprised. The guitar work on the heavy parts of this album are awesome. There are, of course, some cheesy sappy parts which i'm not into. But not all of it's that way. Silverstein fans should love this, and for me it's a re-introduction to the band.

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