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Ensign

Cast The First Stone

Nitro 15823

Released on March 9, 1999


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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 8 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Silent Weapons For Quiet Wars Voted #2  21%
2 #22  4%
3 15 Years Voted #1  24%
4 Wash Away  3%
5 Fade Into Years  10%
6 Waiting For The Breakdown  0%
7 Absent  3%
8 For The Record  0%
9 Winner Takes All  0%
10 Never Give In Voted #3  19%
11 Pale Horse  11%
12 Unanswered  0%
13 Dbc  0%
14 Cornered  1%
15 The Road Less Traveled  1%
16 Fallen  3%
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Steve from Pittsburgh, PA 
Feb 5 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is a decent CD by Ensign, but don't expect to be blown away by this either. The metal influence is evident on this one because it's not as hardcore as Direction Of Things To Come and not as well executed either. I haven't heard anything other than their first 2 full lengths, but apparently they got a little more creative on their next release so I may have to pick that one up some day.

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Rick from Petaluma, CA 
Mar 26 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

i lived in jersey during this bands prime..saw them countless times, although never really bought any of their records, couple 7 inches, thats it...so i bought this to maybe bring back some memories of when HC was true. well i dunno what happned, but this sucks, maybe i have just matured more than i thought musically, or the shittiness of the hardcore music world today as dulled my senses..either way it sucks..

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Matt from Bishops Stortford, United King 
Feb 24 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

It's a shame Ensign don't get more respect than they do. Even though they're on a "big" label like Nitro, they're still booking their own shows, playing DIY venues and living punk.

This record is fantastic, anthemic and positive, and all the songs get the blood pumping faster. It's the kind of record that prompts finger-pointing and running round in circles, and gets The Kids singing along. 'Pale Horse' is easily the best song, but the whole album rocks.

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Joey from San Jose, CA 
May 13 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

well most people would probably say that this record is generic. the hell with them i guess. just because its not as artsy-fartsy like those stupid 70's rock revival bands it dont mean shit. its just straight up HxC with a touch of political awareness. i think this is ensigns best..

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Chris from Quinte West, ON Canada 
Feb 6 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Holy christ this CD is amazing, not one slow song, just fast ass music all the way through. I first took considerable notice of this band when they opened for Hatebreed on the Core Across Canada tour, they play an awesome live set too! I don't give out 5 stars that often, so take this seriously! Never Give In is the best track.

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John from Swansea, United Kingdom 
Jan 18 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

good good good, very good, fun guitar to play along to, original in most places kick ass bass lines, i don't know why i didnt give it a 5, actually i do, its not the best cd i own but its close

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Derrick from New Martinsville, WV 
Oct 14 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

holy fucking shit... that all i can say, youth crew at its finest!! circle pits and floor punching will abound with tracks Never Give In & 15 years, not to mention the amazing metal riffs of pale horse,, so all you hardcore kiddies put on your hoodies and buy this record!

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Chris from Bountiful, UT 
Apr 27 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is by far the best ensign cd out. If you listen to ensign and you havent heard this ensign cd prepare yourself for an instant erection

 
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