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Fury 66

Red Giant Evolution

(Members of Good Riddance, One Tim Angels, Nerve Agents, Creep Division, Turnedown)

Sessions 22

Released on August 21, 2001

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Melodic hardcore legends Fury 66 played their hearts out from '93-'99. Through several US tours and constant hard work, they earned a huge underground following. This release is a testament to their six years together and features their last studio session ever as well as songs from long out of print 7"s, demos and other hard to find works. Fury 66's former members have gone on to play in bands such as Good Riddance, Nerve Agents, One Tim Angels, Creep Division, Time Spent Driving, and Turnedown.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 10 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Paper Champion Voted #1  23%
2 Things Left Unsaid  0%
3 Another Song About You  13%
4 With Broken Shells  10%
5 Disbelief  7%
6 Simple Suggestions  0%
7 A Million More Voted #2  20%
8 No Apologies  10%
9 Sunday Again  0%
10 World Peace Voted #3  17%
Come back on or after Tuesday, August 21 to vote for your favorite songs

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Sam from Westgate-on-sea, United Kingdo 
Nov 18 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

damn good cd here. i believe tracks 1-4 are the last recordings made by this great east bay band and they are truely the best! for fans of good riddance, missing 23rd, model american. best tracks - paper champion, broken shells, no apologies. put it in your shopping cart now

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Scott from Adelaide, Australia 
Jul 11 2005 Rating: 1/5 Stars

What was i thinking? No good really, i donno why i bought this. I heard one song (track 3) loved it and thought they'd all be as cool. How wrong i was. Get this if you like crap!

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Matthew from Jersey Shore, PA 
Jul 10 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Really, really good album! It's cool hearing Fury 66's last recorded works next to some of their earlist. Joe Clements vocals have improved quite a bit since the beginning.

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Drew from Punxsutawney, PA 
Jun 24 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is amazing!!!!!! god dam i cant get it out of my cd player. they are so great i bought this cd and i didnt really know who they were but once i did i was so amazed...Buy this cd now.!!!!

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Lia from Novato, CA 
Jun 11 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

AMAZING BAND!!! if sucks they broke up though. i learned about them on the fat wreakchords short music for short people and knew they were one of the greats bands ever. ATTENTION nerve agents fans, afi fans, and all around hardcore fans... BUY THIS!!

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Ryan from Federal Way, WA 
May 25 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If any band has to have a "farewell" CD, this album should be the measuring stick upon which all others are judged. This collection really captures the same energy they had live. Fury 66 was one of the best hardcore bands ever, so make sure you have an extra pair of shorts with you, cause you will need them after you hear this monster....

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Dale from Fpo, AP 
May 23 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I've listened to this cd a few times and I still think it's a little boring. To top that off, it's only 20 minutes long! What the hell is that? What a jip. In fact, I asked this guy I work with how long his Eminem Cd was, just for comparison, and he said 80 minutes! How gay is that? That made me mad too. This has all around been a disappointing purchase. I give it 2 stars because the last song is a decent Cro-Mags cover.

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Andrew from Cardiff, United Kingdom 
Feb 14 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Picks up from where my love of Good Riddance left off! Any fans of melodic hardcore in the vein of The Nerve Agents,Good Riddance or AFI should listen to this album!

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John from Middletown, RI 
May 12 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

great disc to own hard to find out of print shit so if you have any real punk instinct youll buy the best fury besides no perfect machine 4-bonus tracks but you should already know all of this so add to cart emediatly fool MDDM....heckle/jeckle

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Justin from Houston, TX 
Oct 21 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Well...I have no idea what the status of this band is, but they rock my fucking balls off nonetheless. Some say they're broken up, some say they're still going strong, and some don't say much of anything. Look at the cover of this album, if you were truly 'punk' then you'd buy it no-strings-attached simply for the cover picture. But, ehh...

 
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