Blinded | Picking up the Pieces

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Picking up the Pieces

by Blinded

Aggressive yet melodic punk rock in classic west coast fashion influenced by Pennywise, Bad Religion and No Fun At All.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Something's Wrong
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2. Hope You Never Change
2:51 $0.99
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3. Blinded
3:49 $0.99
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4. Falling Towards Heaven
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5. Eighteen
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6. On My Own
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7. Why
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8. Time For Me
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9. Enemy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Formed in 1999 in the interior of B.C., this 5 piece band has created it's niche with the lifestyle and fans of the
X-games. This debut release found 3 of their songs on movie soundtracks for wakeboarding,snowboarding and mountain biking and have had many other requests to use their songs in upcoming extreme films.

"Picking up the Pieces" is inspired by topics such as teen angst, life's challenges, and societal influence. This album is packed with aggressive guitar riffs, catchy chorus' and intelligent lyrics. If you love to wakeboard, snowboard, skateboard, mountain bike, or you just like driving music, then this album is for you.

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Johnny Bonkers


The Cd starts with "Something's Wrong". Now call me stupid, but whenever I hear an acoustic track to open a punk record I begin to think "oh no". But hang on. BANG and the electric guitars hit you with a slamming beat and a moody bass line. This is one of the best CDs I have bought in recent months. It has melody, speed and a boasting vocalist to top the bill. Pennywise and Bad Religion seem to clash here which is not a bad thing either!

Great stuff from a great band. I will be checking out there other releases.
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