No Compromise | This Could Be You

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This Could Be You

by No Compromise

Only the best alternative rock, featuring thick guitar tones, smooth bass melodies, thundering drums, and orchestral resonance that will send shudders down your spine.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Love, Myself
3:58 $0.45
2. Restless
4:24 $0.45
3. Whatever It Takes
4:09 $0.45
4. Rain Over Washington
5:14 $0.45
5. Cybernoia
4:45 $0.45
6. In My Head
3:44 $0.45
7. The Only One Left
4:59 $0.45
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Album Notes
You'll start humming along thirty seconds into NoCo's This Could Be You. The CD hits a catchy chorus, with vocals that soar into the ether, and guitar stylings that will instantly get your rock horns in the air.

Justin Fry's voice, stronger and surer on this album than on any before, combines with a relentlessly hummable chorus on "Love, Myself" to drag you instantly into the album.

Following up with "Restless" and "Whatever It Takes," the CD kicks the level of rock into overdrive and will get you out of your seat in no time.

The pop rock vocals combine with guitar parts that have rolled in the mud and gravel and come out edgier and stronger, driving the CD into darker territory while making your air-guitar reflexes twitch.

This Could be You uses the band's personal struggles as fuel for a bonfire that illuminates their talents. The dark, more serious subject matter excites, rather than invokes pity, and recalls Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins, Alice in Chains, and the other 90's rock that influenced NoCo.

Serious production values and layered tracks compliment NoCo's edgier approach. Not just another rock album, the arrangements of strings and other orchestral elements lend an epic feel that will send shudders down your spine.

NoCo has brought the best of alternative rock into the modern era and written a perfect album to listen to while on a drive with friends.

Whether you're a guy or girl, get ready to lower the window and raise the volume. This Could be You will become your anthem this summer.



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janice kephart

Late night tunes
No Compromise has elements of a great anthem in its "Restless", with strong drums and evocative vocals that emanate the essence of the song. Listening to these tracks I can only imagine these guys are great fun on a late night when you simply need to let your harid down, and get lost in the music. But if you can't do that, perhaps you should simply consider buying the EP!

Mike C.

Darker Yet More Refined
No Compromise's This Could Be You is the soundtrack to every skipping school fantasy you've ever had.

The EP makes you want to roll your windows down with an alternative rock sound that slowly moves into grittier territory. The production is anything but gritty, with crystal clear layers that don't lose their edge. This isn't esoteric shit, you don't need a math degree or earplugs to listen. They've dragged the best of 90's rock screaming into the modern rock world.

It hits with sing-along alt-rock choruses that makes you want to roll down the window, but as you spill slurpie in the back of the car and smoke pot near the state park the album gets grittier too. Edgy guitar drives the darker lyrics as you realize that you're going to be in big fucking trouble.

But No Compromise, like your best delinquent moments, is never about trouble. They're about fun, which makes listening to the CD, and skipping school, a decision you're glad you made.

Adam Wampler

So Hot!
From Restless to Rain Clouds Over Washington, the entire album is well round and rocks \,,/ There is a distinct progression from the previous album (Pull the Plug) to This Could Be You. Not only is this an enjoyable album but the music translates fantastically to live shows. Can not wait to see what's on the horizon. This is a band for anyone that rocks.