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Somehow Hollow

Busted Wings And Rusted Halos

(Members From Grade)

Victory 1912

Released on January 28, 2003

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Through many songs and many bands, Somehow Hollow has finally settled down and is ready to rock the masses. They formed in the summer of 2000, with a line-up of three - Mike Casarin, Kent Abbott and Drew Clark in the lovely Shakespearean city of Stratford, Ontario, Canada. A fourth member, Brad Casarin, was added later in the year. Although touring heavily with the internationally recognized Grade, his main band at the time, Brad managed to find time to write and record the group's first album. The self-titled debut was released in May 2001 on the Toronto based label, East End Industries. After a couple of years playing houses, garages, and small punk clubs, their driving, slightly metallic, melodic punk sound was born and is reflected on this recording. The Canadian based band of melodic, rock-n-roll renegades is ready to bring forth their emotional vision of friendship and unity.

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Average Customer Rating: 2.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Kamloops Voted #1  31%
2 How Winter Killed Our Souls  6%
3 Darkest Day  7%
4 Halfway Gone  4%
5 Walking Clothed Foot  7%
6 A Lesson In Longing  4%
7 Broken Chords Voted #2  9%
8 Introduction To A Tragic Dream  6%
9 Never Let You Go Voted #3  9%
10 The Witch of Glen Cedar Gate  7%
11 Busted Stereos and Myself  9%
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Ed from Lk Hopatcong, NJ 
Dec 19 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Even if you are the biggest fan of Grade and an absolute completist...Don't buy this. Most albums have one or two throwaway tracks...not this one, 2 keepers.

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Gianluca from Basel, Switzerland 
Jul 18 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is absolutly not what I expected, 'cause it doesen't sound anything like grade. If you're into pop-punk, I guess you gonna like that band. In my opinion, it's way too soft. But it's sure not the worst cd I own.

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