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Well, I'm inclined to like anything from switchfoot, I own just about every song they're written/sung, so I may like them more then others, but I was surprised at how good this CD is.

I have heard this CD was over hyped, but I never really heard any of that hype.
It's definitely on par with Nothing is Sound, which I thought wasn't as good as some of their other other CD's (Legend of Chin, Beautiful Letdown, Learning to Breathe) but coming less then 2 years after their last release, this album was a bit of a surprise to me, and is still pretty good, but not quite another beautiful letdown.

The title tracks a hit, so if you're not a huge fan, you may just wanna download that.
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Cool. Cool.

My Linkin Park "Hybrid Theory" CD finally arrived in the mail today! Ripping it to my computer as we speak...

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That's an awesome CD!
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Yes, I'm enjoying it... :D

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The last couple of cd's I've gotten are 'The Sound of Perseverance' by Death, and 'Wolverine Blues' by Entombed, and I must say, they are both fantastic.

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My Tedashii "Kingdom People" CD came today. It's really good. Like all the other rappers on the Reach Records label. 8)

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triumpg or agony---Rhapsody of fire

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Knowdaverbs -The Syllabus
Manafest - Epiphany
Grits - Grammatical Revolutions
Skillet - Comatose

All 4 were a total of $15.
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My little bro got Sanctus Real's "The Face of Love" free with something. But he's on a rap fix, so he gave it to me.

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a_sigint_ninja wrote:My little bro got Sanctus Real's "The Face of Love" free with something. But he's on a rap fix, so he gave it to me.
I've been meaning to check out Sanctus Real...


Looks like some good cd's, Fingolfin. I like that Grits CD and I own "Comatose."

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My Trip Lee CD came today. It's pretty great. I'm not sure which one I like better...Trip, Teda, or Lecrae?

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I bought Jonah33's self-titled release pretty much on a whim today. It was on sale, so I said, "What the heck?" "Why not?"

It's really good. It's a lot harder than I thought it would be.

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newcement wrote:I bought Jonah33's self-titled release pretty much on a whim today. It was on sale, so I said, "What the heck?" "Why not?"

It's really good. It's a lot harder than I thought it would be.
It's quite a bit harder than I expected too.. Hearing only the single "Faith Like That" I was suprised by the first couple of songs.

Well I just bought Armor For Sleep's cd What To Do When You Are Dead
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shy_guy wrote:It's quite a bit harder than I expected too.. Hearing only the single "Faith Like That" I was suprised by the first couple of songs.
That's exactly what threw me off. I like it..."Watching You Die" is an awesome song. 8)

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The Stubbs the Zombie soundtrack. It's surprisingly good, with a lot of new renditions of oldies songs, and one very catchy new tune by Phantom Planet.

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