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Unread 03-02-2007, 12:30 PM   #1
is back in black
 
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Showbread - Goodbye is Forever

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1. Despair Has A Name
2. Cry For Help
3. Power Will Be Fought
4. Drug Song
5. Diary Of A Failure
6. Thieves
7. Everything Is Meaningless
8. War Song
9. Of Love And Rain
10. Bleeding Generation
11. Goodbye Is Forever

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Unread 02-18-2008, 02:20 PM   #2
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A must for any true Raw Rock fan, but I wouldn't get this CD if I were a new Showbread listener. It has the same feel as LKAOWE, and kind of NSNINP, at least vocally. Musically, it sounds like a pop-punk band still figuring out what they're doing, which is kind of what Showbread was back then. 6.
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Unread 02-18-2008, 06:44 PM   #3
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A must for any true Raw Rock fan, but I wouldn't get this CD if I were a new Showbread listener. It has the same feel as LKAOWE, and kind of NSNINP, at least vocally. Musically, it sounds like a pop-punk band still figuring out what they're doing, which is kind of what Showbread was back then. 6.
... You do realize that Raw Rock is not a genre, it's just a label made up by show bread and meant they they are just rock, not raw, not and type or subgenre of rock, but rock.
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Unread 02-18-2008, 07:08 PM   #4
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... You do realize that Raw Rock is not a genre, it's just a label made up by show bread and meant they they are just rock, not raw, not and type or subgenre of rock, but rock.
I know. By 'Raw Rock fan', I basically mean 'Showbread fan'.
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The key to great tone is really found in the kind of hand soap that you use.
For years I used a typical off-the-shelf bar-type soap and I had no idea that, even though I rinsed properly and thoroughly after every cleansing, there was still a soap scum residue on my hands and fingers.
This negatively affected my tone in ways that I just can't describe.
Then, on a whim, a few years ago I wandered into a Bath and Body Works store at a local mall and picked up some of their gentle foaming anti-bacterial hand cleansers.
The difference in my guitar's sound is so wickedly improved that I no longer feel the need to buy a new amp or pedals or even strings...EVER!
So, it's my belief that tone is in the soap.
Thank you and goodnight.
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Unread 05-16-2008, 07:37 AM   #5
certainly does throck
 
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i havent heard of this CD. was it an EP or something before "No sir, Nihilism is Not Practical?"
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