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In Arcadia

All Green Lights

Handstand 3

Released on September 6, 2001


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A small pressing of this CDep with hand-screened covers that bare no name or song titles. Mysterious!

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Leaving Orlando Voted #2  33%
2 There's No Crying In Baseball  0%
3 Domino, Motherfucker Voted #3  17%
4 Filler Voted #1  50%
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Peter from Riverside, IL 
Jul 14 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I was strongly suprised by how amazing this four song EP is. I ordered this after hearing 'Leaving Orlando' somewhere on soulseek and I immediatly decided to buy this once I found that they were on the same label as Excitebike and on interpunk. This is what I would call 'emo' not that Saves the Day crap. This band must have taken inspiration from Anasarca, its often fast and powerful with breakdowns and slower segments. There is a perfect blend of screaming and singing on this EP, and both are some astonishing vocal talents. The screaming is like Indian Summer or maybe even Saetia-ish screaming, and the singing reminds me of Boy Sets Fire and is remniscent of older Sunny Day Real Estate. The album starts off pretty fast, heavy and powerful for the first two songs and goes to a more melodic, climatic sound for the final two songs, so there's a lot of variety here. The packaging is also pretty cool, its a nice little dark red tray card and another insert with lyrics and such. No song names except for the insert, which also somehow reminds me of Indian Summer. I would defintly buy this before it runs out of copies, its such a shame this band had such a small amount of material... It's cheap, and this band has one of the nicest sounding names ive ever heard.

For Fans of: Saetia, Sunny Day Real Estate, Indian Summer, Anasarca, Julia, Constantine Sankahti.





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