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Our Darkest Fears Now Haunt Us

Prank 70

Released on July 1, 2003

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BORN/DEAD deliver charged political hardcore shrouded in the brooding style of East Bay hardcore, carrying forth the lineage of bands like CHRIST ON PARADE, Pain of Mind-era NEUROSIS, ECONOCHRIST, TALK IS POISON,etc. A straight-forward yet inventive attack, devastatingly caustic vocal trade-offs, intricate bass lines and dark riffs at peak drum speed topped with dark political lyrics - dire music for dire times. This is the debut 12" and CD for Oakland's BORN/DEAD, who have gigged mercilessly in the San Francisco Bay Area for the past few years, and have gained a dedicated following from their self released debut 7", which sold out in record time. The CD includes their debut 7" tracks, and the 12" version comes housed in a Large CRASS / AUSROTTEN/ Spiderleg records-style fold-out poster and is 12" EP priced. The first 12" press is a special limited edition.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 10 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 A Look At The World Voted #1  28%
2 Waiting Voted #3  17%
3 Accuser  0%
4 Perspectives Of Lies That Blind  0%
5 Last To Starve  0%
6 Indigent  0%
7 C.R.W.M.  6%
8 I Can't Deal With It  0%
9 Fantasies Of Success  0%
10 Deadtime  17%
11 Homeless  0%
12 24 Hostages  0%
13 Traitor Voted #2  28%
14 No One Gets Out Alive  6%
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Alex from West Olive, MI 
Mar 5 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is a pretty decent album. this is my second born/dead album. its different from "Endless War: Repetition", which was a little heavier. the vocals are a lot better on this album, where as on the other one they were really hard to hear. this has more of a street punk feel to it. but its pretty good. i love dual vocals so i was a sucker for this band. i say pick this up. for fans of any kind of punk. oh and really good lyrics too. best songs are Indigent, Waiting, and Homeless.

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Sean from Austin, TX 
Jan 3 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this CD is fucking dark, fast, and has temper behind every song. this was my first listen to born/dead and am glad with it... i dont skip any tracks.

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Dano from Muskego, WI 
Feb 20 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I love this band. Their other cd Endless War-Repetition is a little heavier than this one. This one sounds more punk than the other, but a great CD none the less. Definetly for fans of anarcho.

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Devan from New Lenox, IL 
Nov 2 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

An onslaught of amazing hardcore punk rock - this album tears straight through your skull non-stop from start to finish. Amazing lyrics and very cool artwork inside the CD booklet. Sounds very similar to The Rotten Agenda era of Aus-Rotten...Very loud, fast, and distorted. Vocal styling is yelling, but the lyrics are very clear and audible, which is a big reason why Aus-Rotten caught the attention of so many people. Dual vocalists sound awesome together. It's a great feeling to know that there are bands out there like Born/Dead, dealing with more current issues than what has happened in the past. If you are into politically-charged hardcore punk - this is a must have. I'm giving it a five because the album lacks nothing - not one song is worth being skipped over. It's excellent.

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Max from Sebastopol, CA 
Feb 22 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

What can i say about born/dead. Great hardcore punk form the bay area. If you like Aus-Rotten this is the band for you.

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Kev! from Lansdale, PA 
Jan 23 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

awesome hardcore. very political, very angry. very punk. i would say its kinda like discharge, nausea, aus rotten kinda deal. pretty sweet

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Chris from Bethesda, MD 
Sep 2 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd kicks ass. Born/Dead are a fucking amazing band. If you haven't heard this band you need to. They play hardcore punk. They sound a bit like Aus-Rotten, except better.

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Lauren from Middletown, NJ 
Apr 26 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is amazing!! i cant take this out of the cd player. they have the best combination of voices and the lyrics are awesome. they're fast and they put together the best sounds! listen to the mp3 on this site, that song is great and all the others are just as good or even better!

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Glen from Columbia, MO 
Jan 8 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this is raw pist off cust punkrock with a sound similar to that of aus rotten or wolf brigade this cd doesnt sound to bad ,if you enjoy the fast pist off sound ,give this a listen.

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Romain from Palaiseau, France 
May 6 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Fuckin awesome! Great pissed off political hardcore punk that sounds a bit like Econochrist or Born Against type bands, but alos with a big influence from anarcho bands like Behind Enemy Lines, Consume and D-beat stuff. This a really great listen and I really like the artwork which is very influenced by 80's UK anarchopunk stuff. The dual vocals work very well and convey a message of pure anger. Lyrics are well written and deal with a lot of different issues. Top notch.

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