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Thirty Called Arson

You're Only A Rebel From The Waist Downward

Pluto 16

Released on February 25, 2003

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Chaos in CD format: brutally heavy, wildly varied in tempo, and with a skill set that defies categorization. Eleven tracks clocking in at just under thirty-six minutes(although an eight-minute hidden track accounts for a chunk of that), it makes its anarchistic mess, pauses for a few seconds to admire its destruction and leaves the way it came: to points unknown.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 NRA Retirement Home  13%
2 It's Hard To Say No When You've Got A Gun To My Head Voted #2  21%
3 It All Started In South Dakota  13%
4 We're Just Twenty-Something Heart Throbs Voted #1  29%
5 Ivan Drago Is Not My Mentor  0%
6 Untitled  0%
7 It's Been One O'clock For Days Voted #3  17%
8 It's Easy Being Lazy When You're Dead  0%
9 I'll Make You Famous  0%
10 But Soon There Will Be Skirts And Curtains  0%
11 Have You Meet My Friend Burns?  8%
Come back on or after Tuesday, February 25 to vote for your favorite songs

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Dorielle from Gold Coast, Australia 
Jul 10 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Nothing completely different from many other metalcore bands, but Thirty Called Arson were a very talented pack. They've all gone to do other things, but I was disappointed to hear of it. They have a bit of a technical/grind sound to their name, but are a menacing hardcore band, with the typical break-downs and melodies. But that's not to take away from the power of this CD. It's downright mindblowing, and it's hard to determine where they drew their influences from.

It's not an extremely long album, short and sweet. Probably just over half an hour. Quick and heavy tracks, with a few softer moments, including an 8 minute instrumental that shows tremendous talent for such young guys. For what it's worth, I've listened to this record nothing short of a hundred times. Fans of Dillinger Escape Plan, Curlupanddie, or Haste The Day should definitely take a look.

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Austin from Cincinnati, OH 
Jan 22 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Pretty cool. Kinda a genre of their own. I really dont know who to compare them to. All in all its a good CD. Some songs kinda sound the same but im still giving it a 5.

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Brian from Woodridge, IL 
May 7 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd BLEW MY MIND. If your into fast aggressive hardcore that changes pace quickly and frequently you'll defenately enjoy this cd. I would say this is probably one of the best cd's i own. First couple of times i heard this band i liked them alot right off the bat, but when i sat down and listened to the whole cd i was in a daze. It's THAT good the only complaint i have is that it should be longer.. but with how good the cd is you can overlook that problem.

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Daniel from Mobile, AL 
Mar 23 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I saw these guys a while back when they were on tour with Society's Finest, and after I saw their set I made up my mind that I would buy their record as soon as it came out. The only complaints I really have about this album is it's length (it's a little too short), and I wish the vocals were recorded a little louder. Other than that, it is well worth your money; I really hope these guys stick together because I can see their second release being even better. As far as their sound goes, they sound like a perfect mix between The Dillinger Escape Plan (music) and As I Lay Dying (vocals). So, if you like crazy, technical hardcore/metalcore, then you won't be dissapointed. Oh yeah, and their lyrics are really good also. So yeah, Buy this album and go to one of their shows if they ever come around your town. Word!







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