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Finch

What It Is To Burn (Limited Edition) Double

Drive-Thru 28

Released on August 20, 2002

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Limited Edtion Numbered in various marble colored vinyl!

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Mathew from Hamilton, ON Canada 
Aug 19 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Decided to buy the vinyl version since I love this album so damn much. It's absolutely amazing. I had a feeling that the sound wasn't going to be that great (previous Drive-Thru Records vinyls weren't the best), however the sound is very rich and smooth... and I loved every second.

There is only one downfall: The tracklisting didn't list the song 'What It Is To Burn', so I assumed that they left it off (it was a bonus on the cd in demo form anyways), but when 'Ender' finished the first time I listened to it 'What It Is To Burn' began to play. At first I was jumping for joy, but it slowly faded out and the record stoped. Damn you Drive-Thru for teasing me like that! Oh well, I didn't expect it anyways.... but it would have been nice.

Overall, it's an amazing album that blows me away every time I listen to it and it should be in your collection too.

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Christopher from London, United Kingdom 
Mar 22 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

What can you say about Finch? Well, imagine that Deftones album you love but would never admit to your mates you liked it? Imagine it was much less Depeche Mode and a little more power pop in terms of the melodies (enough to make you sing along in the bath, not enough for your relatives to ask for a copy)....

By jingo its a hit - the drummer is up there with the fella from Matchbook Romance in terms of turning a bog standard song into some driving metallic masterpiece, the guitars on practicall every track play off each other in the most unbelievable classic rock manner but the tompo and general execution of the songs is very much in the vein of The Deftones 'White Pony' album (and no bad thing) -

Definitley recommended, highly - it just rocks, has no weak tracks and in all fairness is a phenomenally promising debut and most special of all for a Drive Thru band - the singer actually sounds like a bloke as opposed to a whiny 19 year old which makes all the difference and prevents the appeal from being purely sophmoric.

Shell out on this - why the vinyl? Well for one im a vinyl junkie anyway but it has to be said that the vinyl version of this seems to boast a little more in the way of texture.

Simply : buy this.

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Ryan from West Mfflin, PA 
Sep 11 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Well finch is awsome and what it is to burn is one of the best records i own.if you never listened to thembuy the record anyways because odds are you will enjoy it more then you think.

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Tyler from Ottawa, ON Canada 
Feb 26 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is so worth it for the colours (proper Canadian spelling) alone. Not to mention the fact that the album kicks ass...

It is a lil expensive though... What can you do.

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Megan from Cincinnati, OH 
Feb 19 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Finch is a great band! doesn't sound like the usual drive- thru crapp. I would highly recommend it. I have it on cd 2 but everyhting sounds better on vinyl. Buy it! it's worth the price!

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James from Florence, SC 
Dec 31 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I freaking love this band.If you like from autumn to ashes,glassjaw,or thursday,you'll love these guys.I highly recommend checking them out.



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