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Bread And Circuits

Bread And Circuits

(Members From Torches To Rome, Struggle, Swing Kids, Yaphet Kotto, Q Factor)

Ebullition 42

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When Torches To Rome broke up Mike Kirsch (from Fuel, John Henry West, Navio Forge, Sawhorse, Torches To Rome, Sixteen Bullets, etc...) joined forces with Jose Palafox (from Struggle and the Swing Kids), Mag (from Yaphet Kotto), and Chuck Shackelford (from Q Factor) to put together Bread And Circuits. These 8 songs take off where Torches To Rome ended with a sound that is similar, but even more developed. Explosive and high energy hardcore as well done as you would expect considering the people involved. Melodic, powerful and extremely sincere. Both formats come with a full color cover and a three color, 20 page booklet. There were around 316 pressed on orange vinyl.

Sadly, Bread And Circuits has broken up. They recorded a few unreleased songs, but it is unclear at this point if those songs will be released.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Trophy Room Voted #3  17%
2 Hampton's Floor Plan  0%
3 The End Of History Voted #1  50%
4 Bread And Circuits  0%
5 White Man  0%
6 Statue Of Limitations  0%
7 Bretton Woods Voted #2  33%
8 Letter From Chase  0%
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Howard from Bethesda, MD 
Mar 24 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

The guy from the Bay Area Fuel stops the Soul Side/ RoS -worship and starts Fugazi-worship. Like in Fuel, his vocals are clearly supposed to sound like Guy Piccioto's. It's funny, because the second singer in this band sounds almost like a "Repeater"-era Ian MacKaye. Pretty good political post-hardcore, and somewhat vaguely emo. I like it, but don't listen to it as often as I feel I should.

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