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Sink Or Swim

by Sixty Miles Down

Plenty of bottom-tuned guitars and distortion, tons of bass groove, and a vocalist who sounds like a less depressed Layne Staley - That\'s Sixty Miles Down in a musical nutshell.-Harvest Moon Music-
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Tired
3:48 $0.99
2. Broken Down
3:14 $0.99
3. What You Never Had
4:20 $0.99
4. Say Goodbye
2:31 $0.99
5. Sink or Swim
3:56 $0.99
6. Raise the Dead
4:06 $0.99
7. Resolution
4:13 $0.99
8. Temper Takes Control
5:02 $0.99
9. Waiting For You
5:42 $0.99
10. Dead Weight
3:44 $0.99
11. Underwater
6:32 $0.99
12. Darkness Falls
4:19 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
John Mosco - Vocals/drums
Pete Dobrzanski- Guitar
Goob - Bass Guitar
Andy Hurtt- Guitar
Chris -Drums

While Hip Hop floods the airwaves and Emo Bands trample through the tri-state area, northern New Jersey erupts with a dark and aggressive hard rock/heavy metal band called Sixty Miles Down.

Sixty Miles Down has consistently been compared to the likes of Alice in Chains, Godsmack, and COC, but their sound holds a style of its own. Strong ties to heavy metal bind the airtight quintet as they take audiences by storm with compelling vocals found amidst angry, gritty guitars and an electrifying rhythm section. Their consistent high-energy shows have left crowds stunned as they breathe new life into live performances. Sixty Miles Down reminds us all it's still okay to rock.

John Mosco founded the group and leads it with powerful, melodic vocals. Joining him are bassist Eric Bergmann, guitarists Roger Manzo and Dave Chisholm, and drummer Mauricio Kowalczuk. The band focuses on writing original metal and hard rock songs that are memorable and exciting, but still backed by complex rhythms and impressive musicianship.

Sixty Miles Down is featured on the soundtrack for the extreme snowmobile DVD, Thunderstruck III from Big Sky X-treme Productions, and the compilation More Music Volume 3 from Steppin' Out Magazine. Look for A New Skin, the highly anticipated follow up to their debut cd Sink or Swim, in 2005. Sixty Miles Down's electrifying performances will be sweeping through the Tri-State Area in the interim.

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Marlene

Loved it
I am not usually into this kind of music but I heard Sixy Miles Down at a bar my friends band was playing in, needless to say I didn't listen to my friends band ( do not like metal at all) but I could not take my eyes off Sixy Miles Down so I had to come home and buy the CD and I LOVED IT..!!
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anon

totally alice in chains, but cool
if not for alice in chains, these guys would've made it big time. regardless, the cd is solid and the songs quality...
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Jeff

The Cd is awsome.
The Cd is awsome. It was in great condition when i recived it. I have showed it to all my friends and they liked it too. They are defently going to check you guys out! way to go man.
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Andrew

A Great feel for the music
This CD is just like a Godsmack CD, yet also like and Alice In Chains CD. The sound of it is amazing. I love every single track!
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Melissa

GREAT CD
This CD is awesome for those who are not even into hard rock.
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Brett Vanput

Never has music so dark been so damned catchy.
When I received New Jersey's Sixty Miles Down's four song e.p., I was immediately captivated by their rock sound, haunting melodies, and depressive lyrics with doomy atmosphere. It was a combination mastered by only Alice in Chains but now Sixty Miles Down has put their own spin on things. On this debut full length, the band has re-recorded those 4 songs ("Broken Down", "What You Never Had", "Darkness Falls", and "Resolution") and added eight new tracks for almost an hour of enjoyment. The production work well, the music has a raw edge while John Mosco's vocals have a more polished sound, emphasizing those catchy harmonies. "Say Goodbye" sets a nice groove with a hint of industrial elements and effects. "Sink Or Swim" has the best vocal harmonies with a closing guitar groove that is exhilirating. Sixty Miles Down have filled a void in rock music today. There's a dichotomy at work here, never has music so dark been so damned catchy.
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