Stare Down the Sun | The Same Storm

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The Same Storm

by Stare Down the Sun

Hard hitting third album from Massachusetts based rock band Stare Down the Sun
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Your Selfish Ways
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2. Despite Her
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3. Losing a Freind
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4. Masquerade
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5. Forgiveness
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6. Fading Forever
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7. What Becomes of Me
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8. The Pull
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9. Dearly Damaged
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10. The Same Storm
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11. Addicted
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12. One More Day
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13. Never Enough
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Nightcrawler: Perfect Storm
Stare Down The Sun seeks a CD release party sell-out three-peat

By Gary Carra Thursday, February 19, 2009

The official title of Stare Down The Sun's third release is The Same Storm. But by all indicators—ranging from past precedents to the present product—the band's CD release party this Friday, Feb. 20 at Maximum Capacity has all the makings of a perfect storm of hype and excitement that may catapult the Holyoke heavyweights to their rightful place along major label contemporaries when the decibel-laden dust settles.

Similar celebrations for 2005's A Better Place and '07s Bleeding Through resulted in sold-out crowds in years prior. And based on the handful of pre-release tracks leaked onto the band's Myspace (.com/staredownthesun) and the subsequent reaction, Sun strummer Benjamin Jon has been beaming like a proud papa.

"I can't wait to get this stuff out," he exclaimed in a post. "This is easily our strongest work to date."

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Lenore

Love the new disc!
This new disc is great! My favorite song so far is track 8...highly recommend
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Andrew Hoflich

AMAZING
This Cd is Amazing! This is there best album yet and I hope SDTS gets some recognition cuase they have amazing talent!
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