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7-10 Split

Stars Have Fallen

New School 110

Released on October 29, 2002


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7-10 Split is back with their 3rd National release! This album has helped define a new sound in the punk and hardcore scene. They have fused the technicalities and melodies of new school punk with the intensity and energy of hardcore and metal. If you like fast melodic in-your-face punk, this is one album you must buy! You will not be disappointed!

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Coathanger Voted #2  18%
2 Stars Have Fallen  7%
3 Three N One  5%
4 Carpe Diem  10%
5 Chainsaw Death Riot Voted #1  20%
6 Heartless  5%
7 Edwin Coy  7%
8 Disowning Jason  3%
9 Death Yields Not To The Sweetest Of Things Voted #3  12%
10 Moving On  3%
11 Smell Of Napalm In The Morning  5%
12 First Offendment  5%
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David from Clackamas, OR 
May 5 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Well Jeremy, thank you once again for putting punk rock in the hands of (not-so) impoverished punk rock kids. This is really a great CD. The little drummer boy has it and I listened to it and figured that I had to buy it otherwise I'd die. This is really better than I had heard of them from the Nuclear Saturday/7-10 Split demo split that Jeremy sent me once. It's too bad that I'll be in New Jersey when they come... but I'm sure there can be another New School showcase soon... with 7-10 Split. Really good cd, kinda blurring the lines between punk and hardcore, definitely. I hear their next full length is supposedly going more hardcore... cant wait to hear it, 3xover kids might have to throw down some moves. Great cd... buy it if you have the 11 or so bucks.

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Tom from Guildford, United Kingdom 
Mar 9 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Pure genious!!what id describe this album as, this is a must CD for anyone into Fast Melodic Punk, it has the best harmonies and a few harcore parts thrown in as well, mostly fast melodic though!!, great drumming and the CD has a wicked sound too, ...i bought this cd randomly and imn glad id did, ....check out BEERBONG, OVER IT and STARING BACK, ull love them if you like this!!! 5 stars all the way!!..

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Fernando from Charlotte, NC 
Jul 25 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Well, where do I start? This is an amazing album brought about by a great band. Ever since I have purchased it, I have not been able to go past a few days without listening to it. I must say, I didn't expect it to be as great as it is. When I first heard it in its entirety, it just blew me away. There is no song on this album that is not worth hearing. It brings many aspects of life together, whether it is good or bad.

Many different influences and elements are put together to create this album. Punk, hardcore, and softer elements surely make this a must-have. Rich, full lyrics and harshly delicate sounds result in a package of marvelous songs that together form this amazing album. I now consider 7-10 Split is one of my top favorite bands. I ask you to please purchase this album, you won't be dissapointed.

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Richard from Tigard, OR 
Apr 24 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Well….. how do I start? I went to a No Use For A Name concert in Portland in April of 2003. After the show, some guy was handing out color flyers advertising these guys and another band called Not Long After. He handed me one of these flyers and I told him, no thanks. He gave me his word that I didn’t like 7-10 Split, he’d pay me back for the cost of the CD. That sparked interest, so I stayed and chatted with him a little. It turned out, the guy I was talking to is the owner of New School Records! and he was out promoting his artists! I though that was totally cool. So I got home and got on Interpunk and found the CD. I went a head and purchased it. A few days later it arrived in the mail and I ripped the package open and put it in my CD player. I didn’t know what to expect, but let me tell you, these guys are now on the top of my favorite bands list! From the first song to the last, it is hard and fast punk. They are very tight and original; better then most newer bands I’ve heard recently. And the production is incredible! This sounds better then half the stuff released on Fat and Epitaph. Their style is kind of a NOFX, with a twist of Lagwagon and Bigwig. Just fast, tight and technical. My personal favorite songs are Chainsaw Death Riot, Three In One, and First Offendment. You should do yourself a favor and buy this CD. This is coming from someone who had never heard of them and in 5 minutes, they became a new favorite! And it’s less then $12, so don’t even tell yourself you can’t afford it! Buy it now!!!!!!

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Ray from Ypsilanti, MI 
Feb 11 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

well, at the least- this is the kind of CD that makes you think before you write a review for it.

At first, it seemed a little boring, perhaps even repetitive, but it starts to grow on you. It shows that these guys have released records before this, but also that they'll be better with their next. For a local band, I;m sufficiently impressed. You can call it hardcore emo- and it really is both, but at different times. Some songs are really emo, others are really hardcore. My favrote song is "Chainsaw Death Riot"

I was first gonna give this a 4, but with all the other 5s, I didn't want to break the trend- and I believe the more I listen to it, the more I'll like it

c'mon, just look at all the other reviews- and it's less than 10 bucks, buy the frickin thing already!

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Aaron from Dauphin, MB Canada 
Jan 26 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

HOLY POON BROTH!!! this is one stinkin amazing cd! these guys are stinkin rad..i would recommend this cd to anyone who enjoys getting beaten into the ground and milking pregnant goats because after listening to this cd thats what i felt favorite band is PETRA so i was surprised that i liked this cd..It makes me soo happy listening to it..I love the guys..they remind me of early Ace Of Base material mixed in with a litte Roxette..if you enjoy seeing llamas spitting contests and mennonites shaving then this is a must cd..I LOVE IT...7-10 SPLIT RULES.. i am the father of the singer so that is why this review is so awesome..i also have a ya boys aaron

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Alan from Lanarkshire, United Kingdom 
Jan 21 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is a masterpeice!!!!!!!! begining to end a total classic if u dont have this and like hardcore theres somthin wrong with u, on a whole this cd just makes me wet!

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Mike from Naples, FL 
Jan 8 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Definitely worth checking out. I'd say it's like Thrice, but a little more "Fat Wreck Chords" feel to it. This is a good CD. Overall, most of the songs are catchy. Fans of Strung Out, Thrice and Yellowcard without the violins, TAKE NOTE!

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Daniel from Thousand Oaks, CA 
Dec 11 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I never heard of this band before, but I sampled a song on this site, and liked what I heard. The rest of the CD is great...nice mix of punk and hardcore, i really enjoy it and its not too pricy either.

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Dave from Markham, ON Canada 
Dec 6 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

"The Stars Have Fallen" just gets me excited. It's very well put together all the way from the booklet art to the thoughful lyrics to each musically solid track. Their fusion of musical flava is best summed up in coathanger (a doosey of a track) while carpe diem blasts the listener with a gripping theme that's sure to stick in your head for the rest of the day. As good as this recording is, it's only a part of their incredible live show. This is one of the best bands i've seen live, it's true - those beauty harmonies and gutteral screams on the CD are belted out with even more intensity when these boys are on stage. Good album from a great band. keep it up 7-10 Split. eyah.

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