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This Computer Kills

This Life Is Lived

Sedition 3

Released on December 10, 2001

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This is a 4 song Ep of TCK's newest recorded material. This first pressing limited to 1000 on white vinyl.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Sleepwalking Tedium Voted #3  17%
2 Champion Insomniac  17%
3 Blueprints Of Indifference Voted #1  38%
4 The Ender Voted #2  29%
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Paul from Goleta, CA 
Jun 4 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

eh, not anything special. If you're really into the genre you'll like it because they are talented and seem intelligent. but in so far as there being anything special there that would differentiate them from their peers, there aint. I mostly listen to punk, I take a chance on some harcore once in a while, if you are like me this is one time you might not want to chance it.

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Brad from Tucson, AZ 
Apr 10 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I was actually very disappointed with this. Though I had heard many good things about This Computer Kills, they just didn't seem to live up to what I was expecting. Both the instrumentals and the vocals remind me of Anti-Flag, which is never a good thing. Also, the lyrics are fairly stereotypical and boring, and the song structure is pathetic: the first song is the same exact thing twice.

I don't know, I guess some people like this. The only thing I liked about it was that it was cheap and it was on white vinyl.

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Mike from San Diego, CA 
Jan 4 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Very rad band. Sucks they broke up. Such an awesome band name too. They kind of remind me of the blood brothers, but not so weird. This band is definately worth checking out. It's also on white vinyl, so vinyl collectors rejoice!

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Grant from Cedar Falls, IA 
Jan 24 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I don't like screamo, or whatever spock rocker flavor of hardcore is popular. I'm really picky. I love converge, I like dillinger escape plan, and otherwise its hit or miss. I'm not a big metalcore or screamo fan. However, this is just talent. I got this before it persuaded me to buy there one full length (they have sadly broken up after this 7 inch). They are amazingly young (think high school senior age), yet they sound disgustingly mature as musicians. It rocks, it rolls, it thrashes about with energy. The lyrics are vaguely dark, they are actually really good. The screaming is intillegible. And the bass playing. God, the bass playing. The complementing between the basslines and the guitar and the vocals is like no other band I've found. A very distinctive band, I wish they had stuck around.

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Josh from Reno, NV 
Dec 18 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This Computer Kills kicks much ass. I live in Reno and I've seen these guys a few times and they are great. They're really nice guys and you should support the band and buy this record. If you've seen them then I'm sure you were pleased. It's too bad that they broke up but this band still kicks ass.

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Regina from Mesa, AZ 
Aug 26 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

screamo with a punk tempo and AMAZING bass lines. its hard to believe theyre a 3 piece. this is definitely something new. i enjoyed it very much.

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Liam from Saratoga Springs, NY 
Feb 8 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is such a great 7". TCK play in a style reminiscent of refused and atdi. kind of screamo. yeah, but buy it, theyre such a great band, and this is my favorite 7". and record. yeah.

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