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Hope Conspiracy

Cold Blue

Equal Vision 59

Released on October 24, 2000


$11.50
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Passionate and metallic east coast hardcore with strong rock influences, sincere vocals, and meaningful lyrics. Featuring Dan Zimmerman, Jonas Feinberg, and Adam Patterson (all of Harvest), Neeraj Kane (of Extinction), and Kevin Baker (of Piecemeal). Produced by Kurt Ballou of Converge. The first 6000 CDs come packaged in a limited edition digipak.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 15 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Fragile Voted #2  17%
2 Bled Across the Wire  10%
3 Truth and Purpose Voted #1  18%
4 Carved Out  9%
5 Hope Bound Heart  9%
6 Youth and Its Burden Voted #3  16%
7 Divinity Sickness  2%
8 Consumed  6%
9 You've Been Warned  6%
10 Liar's Parade  7%
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Anthony from Las Vegas, NV 
Jan 1 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is an awesome hardcore album. This is the first time I've heard these songs since 5 years ago when they opened up for Sick of it All. Well deserved 4 stars.

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Brian from Athens, OH 
Jan 23 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

good disc, sounds like a band from boston. youth and it's burden is the best cut. songs are kind of redundant, but it is still a good album.

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Zachary from Ashburn, VA 
Oct 16 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I got this album thanks to a friend's praise, but when I listened I didn't like what I heard. It seem slike everytime the vocals start out, it's either at talking/singling level, and then it gets to screaming by the end of the verse. This exists throughout most of the album. I found it annoying and haven't really listened to it since due to that. I hear their newer stuff is good, so perhaps you should check that out first. For me, I'm not much of a fan.

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David from Dover Plains, NY 
Apr 24 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Phenominal. Buy this album if you have ears. Highlights are Fragile and Truth and Purpose, but these are by no means the only good songs. Seriously, this is a great, great album.

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Tom from Valencia, PA 
Mar 4 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

ok if you're not into hope conspiracy, give them another shot. When i first heard this cd i thought it was too punkish, but i listened to it a second time and i realized that i was totally wrong. These guys aren't really too fast and they aren't too slow either, it's pretty much a perfect combo.catchy hardcore with some emotion and melodies mixed in SOMETIMES, so don't be expecting too much melo-core fans.Just pop this into your cd player and start kickin ass.

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Bradley from Aiken, SC 
Feb 28 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I bought this cd thinking it was gonna rock hardcore style... shit! It was alright. It WASN'T what people say about THC but it's listenable. The Music was good but the dudes voice is what threw me off. But, hell not everyones gonna be as hardcore and good as 18v and A7F and hxc shit like that. WxE buy it... oh and B+ for effort.

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Lisa from Allen, TX 
Nov 18 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

people in the hardcore scene don't realize that if a band does not mature that they become boring and monotanouse. maybe "true" hardcore kids like to listen to the same record by the same band over and over again. not me. this record is amazing. probably one of the best hardcore cd's ever. the reason for the words at the beginging of the paragraph pertaine to "endnote". it's also amazing, but it's da da da, DIFFERENT. you're wack if you don't have both of these cds. however, "cold blue" is better.

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Tom from Allendale, NJ 
Nov 1 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Amazing, amazing, amazing. The first 6 songs on here are incredible, the rest are solid but nothing special. Check them out live if you ever get the chance, theyre absolutely sick. Good hardcore/metalcore CD, highly recommended if you want music that makes you wanna kick someones face in.

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Diane from Newton, NC 
Feb 5 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

If you like metalcore or heavy hardcore with good melodies and breaks, then buy this album. Heavy as hell all the way through, with great, singable lyrics to go with the music. The only down point is the shortness of The Hope Conspiracy's songs and shortness of the album in general. For fans of new hardcore and Trustkill stuff. Great CD.

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Roger from Bristol, TN 
Jan 23 2002 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Nothing you havent heard before. Good straight ahead Hardcore/Metalcore, but they really dont do enough with the music or the vocals to spark any major interest. Rather Boring

 
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