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    This thread was a great idea.

    The original thread had grown too big for it's britches though and had to be closed down. (The server was suffering from ...size envy denial.)

    So continue that thread here. I'm sorry if this confuses anyone.

    p.s. lol britches?
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    Excuse me, what are ''britches''?

    Anyway, I'm gonna feel like an asshole for this post, because the first thing posted on the new thread will be a re-request from the older one. Anyway:

    Discharge - Disensitise
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    Killradio - Good Americans EP

    Anyone? Thanks!

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    It's an old English word for pants.
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    Gray Ghost or At Our Heels?
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    Alkaline Trio - S/T & Maybe I'll Catch Fire


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    Quote Originally Posted by H1T_That View Post
    Alkaline Trio - S/T & Maybe I'll Catch Fire


    pleeeease
    Here you go:

    Maybe I'll Catch Fire

    S/T
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    Josh: I have that album, but thanks for uploading it, anyway, because EVERYONE should get it. I like the balance of the rocking songs like For Real and Black against the slower acoustic ones like A Stone and King And Queen. But the song So Come Back, I Am Waiting is really just a powerful ending, excluding A Glow

    I think the order of their albums goes: The Stage Names > Black Sheep Boy > The Stand-Ins > their other stuff, but sometimes The Stage Names and The Stand-Ins dance around each other because they're both so great in their own ways.

    Guh, I love Okkervil River.

    Oh, I also grabbed that D-Plan album you put up for Per, I remember liking Change.

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    Uploads!

    Have Heart - Songs to Scream at the Sun:
    http://www.sendspace.com/file/j6v1di

    This is a phenomenal record that I recommend checking out even if you aren't into hardcore.

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    At an incredibly brisk 21 minutes, Songs to Scream at the Sun blows by the inattentive like a runaway freight train without its crossing gate ever lowering, but basking in its dim lyrical glow and focusing on its breathless thrust is an experience to behold.
    Verse - Aggression:
    http://www.mediafire.com/?z1rt1t30nbd

    Another great hardcore album from this year.

    Sordo Music:
    http://www.sordomusic.com/db/index.php

    Huge music upload database.
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    Cody, have you heard the new Fucked Up cd? It's supposed to be one of the best hardcore albums of the year, I'm downloading it right now.
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    Fucked Up - The Chemistry Of Common Life
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    Fucked Up's new album, The Chemistry Of Common Life, synthesizes numerous diverse impulses into an expansive epic about the mysteries of birth, death, and the origins of life (and re-living). Merging elements of hardcore songwriting with up to 70 tracks of guitars, organs, winds and vocals, (including 18 guitars on the first single, the fatalistic "No Epiphany"), the music remains iconoclastic and startling, with Pink Eyes' vocals front and center. Guest musicians, of course, abound, notably gorgeous female voices such as Brooklyn's Vivian Girls and Toronto's Katie Stelmanis.

    The band remains contemptuous of churches and religion (opening track "Son The Father," with its refrain "It's hard enough being born in the first place: who would want to be born again?") while promoting an almost Buddhist mysticism ("Royal Swan"). But in the end the view is idiosyncratically scientific: amid soaring guitar chords, the title track pays homage to the random chemical processes that created life on this planet. Though Fucked Up remain punks at heart - if quixotically diverse ones - they have created a great, weird, heavy record that stubbornly sticks in your brain and your heart.

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    I think the Stand-Ins is my favorite so far, but I have to give the other two more listens.
    And <3 for the Fucked Up upload, I've been trying unsuccessfully to find their album in stores around here.

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