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Keepsake

Black Dress In A "B" Movie

Fearless 54

Released on June 11, 2002

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With their newest release, "Black Dress In a B Movie", Keepsake offers an inventive new approach to their music that lies somewhere between the sounds of Saves The Day and Dashboard Confessional. Armed with an Infectious "Big rock sound", Keepsake is geared to win over any fan of punk, emo, hardcore or indie rock which leaves "Black Dress In a B Movie" best described as rock all the way!

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Slander  8%
2 Violent Love Voted #3  12%
3 Engaging War  9%
4 Cartoon Life Voted #1  23%
5 A Raindance Narrative  8%
6 Ticket To Russia Voted #2  23%
7 Space Bound  2%
8 Letter To A Hostage  3%
9 Black Dress In A "B" Movie  12%
10 American Fights  2%
Come back on or after Tuesday, June 11 to vote for your favorite songs

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Matthew from Dallastown, PA 
Mar 8 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Every thing these guys have released has been very different. Straying farther and farther from hardcore/screamo roots that they have from Poison The Well. This CD has amazing songwriting written all over it, but if you're looking for screaming and breakdowns like older Keepsake... its not there.. at all.. if you're into both ends of music.. it's awesome. "The End of Sound" is still their best CD without a doubt.

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Scott from Pittsburgh, PA 
Sep 25 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I bought this cd a few weeks ago and have been listening to it constantly. Its different from their older stuff, but to me thats what makes it better. You should buy it. Its good!

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Mike from El Paso, TX 
Jul 8 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this album is great, keepsake have really matured alot from their last album . its alot more melodic and the songs are catchier. all in all it's a great album, i'd definatly reccomend for any posthardcore/postpunk fan.

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Chris from Bountiful, UT 
Jun 17 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow, this is a pretty damn good CD. I was expecting more of the average Fearless Records band but its not. Keepsake has an original Emo sound I think to them. An awesome CD if you feel like kicking back and relaxing, its one I'd fall asleep to!










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