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Blue Sky Mile

Sands Once Seas

Initial 60

Released on February 3, 2004

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Providing a common ground between current faves like THURSDAY, THRICE and TAKING BACK SUNDAY and melodic hardcore classics like DAG NASTY, BLUE SKY MILE carves a new path by learning from their influences, not mimicking them.

Originally hailing from various points across the US and converging in Seattle, BLUE SKY MILE formed in early 2001. Consisting of five, self proclaimed "twenty-something college students, graduates, and dropouts," BSM'S self-effacing humor belies the grandiose leanings of their musical output.

Precise, interlocking guitar work runs behind the acid-tongue of singer Jerry Kansky, spitting his diatribes with a bittersweet melodic passion. Produced and recorded by Joel Brown at Hall Of Justice studios (owned by Chris Walla of DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE, home base studio of Barsuk Records), Sands Once Seas tackles and conquers weighty lyrical themes and extraordinary musical ground.

Standing head and shoulders above their contemporaries, BLUE SKY MILE at once embraces their musical roots and lays waste to all comparisons. A mixture of intricate indie rock, melodic hardcore sensibilities and dazzling, inspired emotional rock takes BLUE SKY MILE into the stratosphere of today's musical heavyweights.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Second Impact  10%
2 Susan Delgado Voted #1  23%
3 A Sky Full Of Desert Stars Voted #2  20%
4 Long Drive  7%
5 The Illusion Of Shelter  3%
6 The First Of Many  10%
7 The Philosophy Of Time Travel  7%
8 Never Say Die Voted #3  13%
9 The Edge Of Town  7%
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Ken from Ames, IA 
Aug 29 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

They remind me of at the drive in, like in casino out and vaya. I think they'll also take the same route in growth. This album isn't great, but it makes you eager to hear more from the band as there sound will mature. And I gurantee it will and I also gurantee it will be more appreciated by those who have heard this CD.

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Jamie from Westwood, MA 
Nov 19 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Blue sky mile is one of my favourite bands. ever. this cd is by far their best out of the two, if you're an indie fan, buy this album.

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