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Bridge Nine 26

Released on May 28, 2002

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Hailing from Seattle, Washington this band is comprised of straight edge warlords to be reckoned with. Vocalist Jim Hesketh and guitarist Chris Williams first formed the group in the spring of 1999 with the intention of having some fun and playing hardcore with lots of heart. And that they do.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Decline Voted #1  40%
2 Fourth Of July Voted #2  30%
3 Time Slips Away  3%
4 Monument  7%
5 One Sixteen Voted #3  17%
6 Is Anybody There?  3%
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David from Birmingham, AL 
May 21 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Champion rules.

If you have not heard them, check them out, you won't be dissapointed.

Buy this cd. buy them all and get what you've been missing out on.

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Justin from Punxsutawney, PA 
Nov 19 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Alright check it out... these guys have a sound that we've all come to love from bands like Bane and Comeback Kid... but they are a bit heavier and give you a touch of the edge.. of course you know how good this cd is or else you wouldn't be looking here... buy it!

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Adam from Federal Way, WA 
Jan 19 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I've wanted this EP for a long time after seeing them live, I can say it is good but not as good as I'd hoped. "Forth Of July" is easily the best song on the album, it's got great lyrics and the main riff that they build on is extremely fun. As much as I tried to like this album, I've come to the conclusion that with the exception of "Fourth of July" it's is nothing but mediocre songs. Champion really shows promise and I'm looking foreward to their next album...hopefully a full length.

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Baudry from Geville, France 
Aug 19 2002 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Nah i was really disappointed at first listening. While "Come Out Swingin EP" was a little bomb from start to end, this new EP has lost the power i think. I like some songs on it (The Decline) but the rest is a bit boring, all songs sound the same except the covers at the end. But covers aren't Champion own song. So i don't really recommand this one, buy their first EP if you want to listen to some good sXe Old School but still melodic Hardcore, or if you like Stay Gold and even Bane. In my opinion, they sound like Bane but less metallic.

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