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Most Precious Blood

Nothing In Vain

(Members Of Indecision)

Trustkill 36

Released on November 20, 2001

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The members of MPB forged their names in the NYC hardcore scene over the last ten years with a band called Indecision, who was revered for their relentless touring schedule and unparalleled work ethic. After Indecision's untimely demise, the founding members formed MPB and word spread like forest fire. More melodic than Indecision, while still keeping their heavy side too.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Less Than Zero Voted #2  15%
2 Apparition Voted #1  25%
3 Sincerely Voted #3  14%
4 In Effigy  5%
5 The Knot  6%
6 The Lantern  11%
7 Morphine  6%
8 And The Band Played On  4%
9 Come What May  3%
10 Heroes And Consiracies  6%
11 Song Of Siren  1%
12 No Place Like Home  3%
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Robert from Brunswick, OH 
Feb 22 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

For me this is one of those albums that I have to listen to from start to finish everytime. Great songwriting delivered by a hell of a voice and complimented with a brutal, straight forward east coast hardcore soundtrack.

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James from Stevensville, MI 
Mar 7 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Good record. The production is a little, I don't know...cold, I guess you could say. That is OK, though, because the music is really heavy and the breakdowns are in abundance. To me this is a much better overall effort than their new one, which can get too generic at times. I'd recommend it to anyone who likes their hardcore raw, short, and full of dance-y breakdowns.

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Justin from Wellington, FL 
Sep 30 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I love this CD. I can listen to it straight through over and over again. It is good to hear toms voice. I am a huge "old school" Indecision fan...great CD, great lyrics, great art. True hardcore. Like I said I love it... but then again, if you have any brains at all in your head who wouldnt love it?

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Luke from Whitewood, SD 
Jun 9 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Yah man. I like this way better than Indecision. No respect to the band that was Indecision, I mean truly great, but wow, I was really blown away by this stuff. Great energy, great vocals, great rhythms. What else do you fucking want? The artwork is really cool too. 5 stars well deserved.

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Dustin from Pocatello, ID 
Apr 14 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this is a solid album. the general hardcore formula was adhered to. punk beats, gang vocals, and the danceable breakdowns. what is best about this band is what they have left out. namely all the emo, crybaby, acoustic bullshit that everyone can't get enough of these days. if you want some kid crying about how he argued with his girlifriend or something like that, get something else. if you are ready for hardcore the way it was meant to played, try MPB. this is all rock, all the time.

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Kiri from Middletown, CT 
Jan 31 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i don't know why it took me so long to listen to these guys, especially since i'm from brooklyn and i always knew that kids there were excited about them. but i'm really glad i finally got this cd...most precious blood is an incredibly passionate and talented band. all of the songs have memorable lyrics. there are only a couple parts with melodic singing (on my favorite songs, apparition and sincerely), which is a lot less than in the rest of the stuff i listen to. so i think anyone who is into hardcore or even wussier emocore stuff should definitely check these guys out.

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Josh from Manassas, VA 
Nov 27 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This CD is terrific. The cover art is really cool because like part of it is its neat. The best song in my opinion is it and then buy the CD.

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Ryan from Wyckoff, NJ 
Mar 22 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Kick ass! Not as hard as old Indecision (Unorthodox), but still has a very Indecision sound to it. If you like long hours of bullshit at the end of cds then this is for you.

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Lisa from Brooklyn, NY 
Mar 18 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Most precious CD in my collection.. Amazing, Now this is a Hardcore band friends. Im not just saying it cause there from my neighborhood, im saying it cause they are sick... This CD has it all erie vocals heavy riffs basically an all around chaotic sound from the former Indecision... if you want quality it's a click away....

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