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Fordirelifesake

Breathing In Is Only Half the Function (Reissue)

Forge Again 11

Released on April 1, 2003

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The debut album from Fordirelifesake, the way it was meant to be heard! Completely remixed with tons of new guitar + vocal tracks, remastered, and with all new artwork by Apt 13. Incredibly melodic yet insanely technical and fast punk/hardcore/metalcore. For fans of From Autumn To Ashes, '86 Metallica, and even stuff like Thursday or Poison the Well

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 10-31-99 Voted #3  15%
2 Careless Days  5%
3 Just A Memory Voted #1  36%
4 Cross My Heart, Hope To Die  3%
5 Four Letter Lie Voted #2  20%
6 Getting Used To Disappointment  5%
7 Sometimes Like The Tide  9%
8 Never Isn't Something For Everyone  8%
9 And Still We Try  0%
Come back on or after Tuesday, April 1 to vote for your favorite songs

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Patrick from Lasalle, PQ Canada 
Oct 14 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

i had heard only the first three songs on this album while i was with some friends and i thought wow, those songs are great, its true they are cool but the remaining songs suck so muche, n e ways its some mix of metalcore, hardcore with really too much of emo flavor on it, accoustic songs are not great

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Ben from Little Rock, AR 
May 3 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Great cd. Nice and crazy metal. Stand-out songs: 3,8,9. These guys are awesome. they blend crazy and melodic perfectly. Definitely looking foreward to their discography. Go buy this album! For any fan of crazy melodic hardcore. w00+

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Shane from Fort Worth, TX 
Apr 1 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

extremely good cd, them and saosin have become my new favorite bands. itll probably last till 2004-05 unless someone else can blow me away such as this album has, its nothing short of what you expect when you buy a c.d. it just AMAZING

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Nick from Hillsborough, CA 
Dec 28 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

When I first heard this album I couldn't stop laughing. This is possibly the most ridiculous CD ever made. Other than grindcore, there is nothing faster, more spaztic, epilectic, and just awesome than fordirelifesake. They play really frentic metalcore in which they switch the beat and riffs every couple of measures or so. The singer isn't really a singer but a balls out screamer, but his repitious vocal style is butressed by guest vocals from some female singer and an acoustic track that divides the CD and acts as a time for everyone to breathe. The guitars are lightning fast and everything is based off of harmonized riffing. The bass is almost unecessary and unheard because the guitar and bass work is so incredible but whatever. The two reasons this CD is insufficient are the pseudoindieemo whiny lyrics and the screaming because both are really overdone. If you can get over that you'll have good times. Imagine if Dillinger Escape Plan and Thrice had a lovechild that couldn't write good lyrics.

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Chad from Bend, OR 
Aug 26 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

non stop screams mixed w/ non stop metal rythms put these guys ahead of alot of the other melodic hardcore happy/sad/happy/mad music. good cd, recordings arent great but its still pretty good for what it is










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