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Stay Gold

Pills And Advice

Indecision 51

Released on July 23, 2002


Seattle, WA's Stay Gold blend a great mix of straight forward hardcore with melodic sing-alongs, a cross between bands like Bane, Hot Water Music, and Good Riddance. Although not weighed down by any stodgy point of view or limiting label, the band fully embraces a straight edge lifestyle.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Best Kept Secret Voted #2  21%
2 Just Below The Surface Voted #3  21%
3 Never Sleep Alone Voted #1  25%
4 On The Homefront  13%
5 Ring Toss  0%
6 40 Smith And Wesson  8%
7 Pity Party  0%
8 City Limits  4%
9 Bottom Floor  0%
10 Toy Boats And Battleships  0%
11 Pills And Advice  8%
12 Three Weeks  0%
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Justin from Ludlow, KY 
Feb 6 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Pretty good hardcore punk. Good vocals. Good lyrics. It's not cheesey repetitive "brotherhood" and "do your best" lyrics. They actually put thought into it.

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Mic from Mapleton, UT 
Oct 29 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a pretty grand record, tis hardcoh, hawdcoh music. Melodic and fast and the same time lots a people enjoy this. I kinda wonder I haven't really listened to this lately but when I did it was really good.

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Jack from Bothell, WA 
Apr 29 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

shit, i can do this twice. this isnt that good. listen to whatever i am listening to which right now is um, (checks stereo) Pennywise. thats a good band.

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Baudry from Geville, France 
Jan 10 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I think this album was a landmark in the hardcore scene/history. It's the first time a band blent melody with hardcore; and above all straight edge with intelligent lyrics (yeah, they're not opponents). You could argue that they sound a lot like Bane.

Let's say it was a simple foundation stone for Stay Gold to emerge. This band produced a pure jewel in 13 songs, to be placed between In My Eyes and Faded Grey (minus the emo touch). Just listen to the first song several times, each one of the album stands out just like this one.

You cannot afford to miss this album if you want to embrace a full view of what hardcore can yield or what it became since 1981. I personally found the album more interesting than the first EP, that you should discover only *after* the LP. Also, try Faded Grey - A Quiet Time of Desperation which is on a par with Pills & Advice. Check out Verse, Blue Monday or For the Crown if you want more.

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Reed from San Antonio, TX 
Feb 21 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

incredible melodic hardcore band...if you're a fan of bands such as champion, in my eyes, gorilla biscuits or hopelifter, then pick this up immediately.

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