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Loser's Intuition

Trustkill 34

Released on August 7, 2001

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Hailing from central New Jersey, NORA has built a reputation for excellence both in the realm of live performance and in the the studio. In times past, they've shared members with bands such as Burnt by the Sun and Ensign, and have incorporated the experiences and backgrounds of these widely disparate sounds into a chaotic tumble that breathes the sound and life of their home turf.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 16 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Wave Goodbye  1%
2 My Bloody Clownsuit Voted #3  13%
3 Warthog  5%
4 Bring It  10%
5 Nobody Takes Pictures Of The Drummers Voted #1  32%
6 For The Travelers Voted #2  19%
7 Leadpipe Moment  6%
8 Loser's Intuition  9%
9 Mudmonster  3%
10 Kill You For A Dollar  1%
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Nicke from Bolingbrook, IL 
Sep 19 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Dreamers And Dead Men was just insanely good. Save Yourself was decent. This one sounds nothing like either of them...This ones more unproduced and raw (but not in a bad way). Noras quickly become one of my favorite bands because theyre just so damn good and stand apart in the sea of generic "metalcore". If you like Darkest Hour-Unearth-Caliban-Heaven Shall Burn-As Blood Runs Black then youll dig Nora. Its pretty much metal with a hardcore tinge. I usually read the lyrics before I even listen to the CD and Nora has some great lyrics...Theyre meaningfull and real. Everything Ive heard by these guys is great. I drecommend Dreamers And Dead Men as the best Nora Cd but theyre all pretty fucking good

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Sean from Vancouver, WA 
Jul 20 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great fucking album, Nora's one of the originators of progressive dance hardcore. You can Dance to almost every song on the cd. I wish these guys would come to my area but it seems they play the east coast more concidering they're from jersey. This rocks a bit harder than dreamers and deadmen but I like them both equaly. Anyways great cd, great band, great music. Buy it now!

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Greg from Champaign, IL 
Apr 5 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I'm really diggin Nora lately. These guys know how to make some good hardcore music. Although I'll have to say that this record is A LOT better than 'Dreamers & Deadmen'. They seemed to lost a lot of their edge. If you're into H/C like Converge or Shai Hulud definitely check out Nora.

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Hilary from Farmingdale, NJ 
Jan 13 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I actually bought this CD for by best friend because we are big Nora fans and have seen them twice. But trust me, I am qualified to write this because he burned me a copy. This is one of the best records I have. Nora owns you. They are one of the best metalcore bands around. And they're from Jersey, sparking my Jersey pride. And they totally throw down live. Saw them w/Atreyu and Underoath, and then with From Autumn to Ashes/Avenged Sevenfold. Incredible. Just like all their other records. P.S.: On the first song, it sounds like he's screaming my name, right before the breakdown. "Hilary!"

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Nick from Rockport, TX 
Sep 5 2003 Rating: 1/5 Stars

this cd is boring its not what youd expect from a trustkill band the music is bland and repetative in my opinion i heard clips of the new nora cd and they are 100% better than anything on this cd if i could get my money back i would.

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Joe from Pittsburgh, PA 
Aug 27 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

to me its just the same thing as a lot of other bands. it is ok. but still, i want something more. i still like this cd and listen to it every once in a while, but i dont think much of this band and i dont see myslef buying their merch and new cd.

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David from Santa Teresa, NM 
May 22 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i bought this for a friend so i dont know what to think of it havent even heard it hahaha. SUCKERS!!!

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Jeremy from Simi Valley, CA 
Apr 28 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This hardcore album is just ok. Nothing too special about it. It is really cool that they have the lyric meanings in the booklet. More bands should do that.

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Bradley from Aiken, SC 
Mar 9 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This cd is pretty good. It's got aware and educated hard core lyrics. It's just pretty much regular hardcore nothing special. They have the whole youth crew chorus and all that shit. The actual highlight is in the booklet, underneath every song's lyrics, there's a description of the song and the meaning of the lyrics. It's worth purchasing but don't expect anything new.

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David from Miami Shores, FL 
Aug 25 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

raw emotion...great guitars, great drums, great vocals...a great band. wow is the nora rock machine good. i can only imagine the severe intensity of a live show. get this cd if you like any type of hardcore, or really any trustkill bands

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