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Lost North Star

Shadows Of A Lucent Memory

Dying Wish 2

Released on October 16, 2001

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 10 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Fadeaway Broken Voted #3  17%
2 This Moment Forever  2%
3 Time To See  10%
4 End Of November Voted #1  40%
5 The Day It Died  10%
6 Regret Me Not Voted #2  21%
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Jacob from Paia, HI 
Nov 27 2005 Rating: 1/5 Stars

i didnt like it. singing off key like mad.

waste of cash... but at least it was cheap.

and the lyrics are corny as fuck.

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Daniel from Orlando, FL 
May 14 2004 Rating: 1/5 Stars

Well, this cd doesn't really is good, but it is nothing you will ever listen to more than once. I think. If you are curious, and you like slow emo/style/indie music, get it. Its only $3. If you don't feel like spending the money...then don't, you won't be missing anything. I personal am not too into the female vocals but it is still a good buy. If you have read all of this are a cheap bastard...It is only $3...if you are curious enough to continue reading...then just buy it!!!!!!!! Damn!!!!!

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Mike from Sacramento, CA 
Apr 6 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I bought this CD for 3 bucks, thinking "What the heck, I'll give it a shot." Little did I know that it would wind up being one of the best CD's I've ever heard. Amazingly catchy, totally brillant rock and roll for the brokenhearted.

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Tim from San Antonio, TX 
Aug 30 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I could be just strecthing this but I PROMISE I am NOT AT ALL. This is probably one of the better CDs that I have purchased in a while. The guy vocalist sounds good but the girl vocalist who is the lead in every other song has a great sound and always has me listening for more. If you are looking at this right now.....For the price you would not be wasting your money using this as a coaster but you wouldnt dare mess with this CD because after your first listen you will be going back to it again and again.

Definately worth a five for repeat listening and GREAT SOUND with a GREAT PRICE!!!!

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Noah from Terrace, BC Canada 
Aug 12 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Well this isn't a bad cd. And for the 3 bucks I paid its impossible to go wrong. I fell in love with these guys wit the song "End of November". It is an amazing track and by far the best on the cd. I would definitely recommend purchasing this cd for the small price of $3.

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Daniel from Thousand Oaks, CA 
Feb 27 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I was searching through the local music, the the name Lost North Star just caught my eye. I looked over the reviews, and trusted what they said. I was not disapointed. Lost North Star is beautiful emo/punk music with inspiring and aesthetic vocals, especially the female ones. The lyrics and very emotional and the sound has traces of punk, emo, and some brief hardcore. I really enjoyed this cd and highly recommend it. It's a real shame that lost north star broke up.

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Daniel from Moorestown, NJ 
Feb 22 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

About two years ago, I didn't really listen to any music. My friend started making me CD's with a bunch of emo and punk bands to listen to so he could have someone else to share his interest with. After I pestered him a bit, he finally told me the first two songs were by a band called Lost North Star. I instantly fell in love with the demo version of Regret Me Not and The Day It Died. So Lost North star sparked my interest in music again. I downloaded everything I could find by them, and thought I had everything by them. But I decided to buy this album anyway. But WOW. Much to my surprise, the versions of This Moment Forever, Regret Me Not, Time To See, and The Day It Died were different from the ones I have, and much better. This CD starts with a rather unexciting first track, but improves with This Moment Forever and Time To See. It really hits it's emotional peak, however, with End of November. The angelic female vocals send shivers down your spine while the singer screams near the end of the song. Then the much-improved version of The Day It Died kicks some ass before closing with the emotional Regret Me Not. I'd highly recommend this CD, while not perfect, it is an incredible listen and it's a shame this band broke up.

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Cory from Cincinnati, OH 
May 17 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

excellent blend of heart felt lyrics along with beautiful female backing vocals. i put this album on everytime i take a nap because it is so peaceful and emotional. i recomend this cd to any emo fan...end of november is a very emotional, reflecting song. excellent cd to bad LNS broke up.

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Jessica from Urbana, IL 
Dec 6 2001 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I think the second half of this cdmakes up for the first half. End of november is by far the best song on this cd. There's one part in the middle of the song that is mildly put, euphoric. It combines beutiful melodic intertwining male and female vocals and then erupts into screaming with very angelic vocals in the backround. It is raw emotion, indeed. If you like thursday you may like this. The rest of the cd is pretty good too, but nothing compared to that one song. You also might want to try American Flatline or Solo Mono, both who seem to have simalar styles. Overall I'd say it's worth it.

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Kerry from West Palm Beach, FL 
Dec 5 2001 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I was pleased to find out that this pop rock indie rock quartet finally put their debut CD for easy availability. I had been listening to this band on for a while. So I imiediately ordered. And it did not let me down. What is also very impressing is the age of these kids thier still in high school! If only i was a good of a musician as they are when i was there age. This band also has a very unique style...usual i compare bands like "....meets....meets...."(See my review for FINCH's "falling into place ep"). I could not think of anyone to compare this band to. They also have a female lead singer and I always love to see them to show diversity to the punk rawk community. That and the fact that I am the guitarist of a female lead band which you can order from this site. It is called DAMSEL IN THIS DRESS. So go order your copy of "the pick up line" today!!!as well as LOst NORth STAR!!!

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