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Nobody Can Take What Everybody Owns

(Members of Blood Brothers, Rocky Votolato)

Second Nature 37

Released on October 1, 2002


Third, and most aggressive, album from members of Blood Brothers and Rocky Votolato. Musically they've never been as complex, varied or dynamic and Rocky's brooding, passionate voice has never been so forceful or compelling.

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Average Customer Rating: 3 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Everything's On Fire Voted #1  27%
2 Colour Voted #2  23%
3 Place Called Houston  7%
4 Records  7%
5 The Worst Kind Of Liars  7%
6 G  10%
7 The Gift Of Light  7%
8 Schoolmaker Voted #3  13%
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Lisa from Stow, OH 
Dec 28 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This album is pretty good - well, it's pretty good by Waxwing standards, so it's still definitely worth buying. It's a bit more pop-y than some of the other releases, but it still has those wonderful Rocky Votolato vocals - god, that man has a fantastic voice. Best choices for Waxwing/Rocky fans would be One For the Ride by Waxwing, or Suicide Medicine by Rocky Votolato.

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Dave from Guelph, ON Canada 
Apr 25 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is a pretty decent release, but pales in comparison to the very original One For The Ride LP, as this comes across sounding like a more accessible version of Jimmy Eat World (but better, in my opinion). I don't listen to this album very much now, but it has at least 4 very strong tracks that make it a worthwile purchase for fans of Waxwing and Rocky Votolato. Damn I love this man's voice.

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