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listen  1. Blue 42 5:08$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  2. The Closest Thing To Closure 2:34$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  3. American Love (Burning Bridges Album Version) 4:54$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  4. Concerning The Way It Was (Burning Bridges Album Version) 1:53$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  5. Song Of Faith (Burning Bridges Album Version) 4:52$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  6. Ros King (Burning Bridges Album Version) 1:49$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  7. One Life To Live (Burning Bridges Album Version) 2:23$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  8. Last Goodbye, The (Burning Bridges Album Version) 2:47$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  9. Honest Confessions, An (Burning Bridges Album Version) 2:46$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen10. Substance (Burning Bridges Album Version) 3:41$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen11. Breaking My Own Heart (Burning Bridges Album Version) 2:50$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen12. Outro (Haste The Day) (Burning Bridges Album Version) 8:02$1.29  Buy MP3 

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 9, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Solid State Records
  • ASIN: B0001FGBUM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #116,533 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

Hailing from the rough and tumble suburbs of Indiana, this quintet pounds out serious metal-tinged hc in the vein Poi...see site for more info.

Customer Reviews

The drum and guiter work is great.
Metal Man
Really i dont hear that much of Zao in their music to tell the truth, Jimmy's screams are really the only thing even kinda similar!
All who listen to this CD will be blessed!!

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Scott Hay on April 3, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I just saw Haste The Day LIVE on the SolidState Tour 2004 in Michigan a couple nights ago (along with Dead Poetic, Beloved, Underoath, and Norma Jean)! They came up first; and although I didn't know a lot of the words or many of their tunes going in, I was absolutely blown away at just how good these guys are. not only musically, but ministerially as well. They were the only group of the 5 that made an open proclamation for Jesus Christ to the audience that night (though Norma Jean did have images of the crucifixion playing on the background screen while they performed). Upon getting home that night and listening to their independant EP (which thankfully they still had copies of on the tour) "That They May Know You" and "Burning Bridges"; I cannot express just how excited I am to listen to these guys' music and to have seen them live; and how on edge I am for them to put out another record (though BB was released just a coup[e months ago, if that!). These guys remind me of a Zao (more recent stuff) meets Living Sacrifice meets Project 86 combo!
I feel very blessed to have their material on my shelf! Stay safe on the tour, boys; and make another record soon so I don't have to replace my speakers from constantly cranking BB (I want to ruin them on some newer work:)!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By fredbill222 on April 7, 2004
Format: Audio CD
You know a metalcore album is good when you feel your heart beating in time with the breakdown.
And you know a good melody when you're singing along even though you don't know the words yet.
"Burning Bridges" by Haste the Day did both of those to me, all within the same song. It's that duality of intense metalcore and heartbreaking lyricism that makes this my favorite hardcore CD.
The majority of the album is fast, ferocious metalcore. They have the best recorded guitars I've heard on any standard audio CD. Their breakdowns are grabbing enough to cause a traffic accident. And their lead vocalist (four of them sing) has a throaty scream reminiscient of As I Lay Dying. It's enough to make any hardcore kid punch the floor in joy.
Yet Haste the Day doesn't limit itself to screaming and breakdowns. One of their other members sings soaring melodic
lines with the most wrenching voice. He has a resonance similar to Creed and Kutless without any of the accompanying nasality.
When you combine the searing hardcore and unabashed lyricism Haste the Day offers, the result is usually a jaw hitting the floor.
Of course, "Burning Bridges" is by no means a perfect album. Their lead vocalist doesn't have much variety in his screaming --it rarely fluctuates from a middle range. An occasional guitar dissonance or two along the lines of Norma Jean or Symphony in Peril would sharpen their songs' impact considerably. And most noticeable of the album's shortcomings is the abrupt transition in "American Love" into a lengthy clean guitar/voice duet that seems out of place.
However, for fans of hard music, this CD is a must-have. "Burning Bridges" will scorch your CD player, ears and heartstrings to a blissfully contented crisp.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on March 11, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I love this. Yes the riffs are repetitive but I think thats not a problem if the riffs are just awesome (which they are). Shall we take a look-see at this?

1. Blue 42: Nice opening chord. Kinda slow at beginning then for about 25 secs starting at 50 secs duration theres a good riff. However it turns into this awesome riff for 25 secs. Then slows down a little (i mean a little). Picks up in some spots. 9/10

2. The Closest Thing to Closure: Love intro, middle, outro! PERFECT. I really like the mixture of the inhumane shouting and singing that they do. 10/10

3. American Love: Starts at a good pace then slows down for a while. But it picks up w/ a nice riff. Slows down a bit then turns more mellow. 8/10

4. Concerning the Way it Was: Stays at a good pace throughout the song. Ending riffs are cool. 9/10

5. Song of Faith: AWESOME INTRO (i think so). Slows down a little near middle. Then near end guitar comes in on G, B, E strings w/ a nice set of individual notes pretty fast. 10/10

6. Ros King: Good start and finish. However too short. 7/10

7. One Life to Live: Weak intro but picks up after a little bit. Near the end is a good riff. 8.5/10

8. The Last Goodbye: Good intro. Becomes more mellow. Picks up again later but slows down again. 7/10

9. An Honest Confession: Nice intro. Nice riff after intro. Then the intro is played again, but faster so it does sound different. Keeps the tempo up then slows down a little. 10/10

10. Substance: All in-your-face music. Consists of great riffs. Bass and guitar solos appear. Bass solo is slow while guitar is repeated a couple times. Slows down just to pick right back up for the rest of the song. 10/10

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. Rebennack on March 10, 2004
Format: Audio CD
The best place to begin is with WHJE, the best radio station in Indianapolis. Basically, it is a commercial-free high school radio station with the most earnest yet least polished DJ's you'll hear anywhere. I don't know how involved they are with programming the format, but it's is incredible. I hear bands on here I'll never hear anywhere else, like Queensryche, Dream Theater, and lately a steady stream of late-stage emo and what I call monster voice music. Then they'll toss in some old Pat Benatar or CCR. It's hard to believe the students know the old stuff, but they sound sincere.
Anyway, if you're not part of Haste the Day's scene, or a current/former Carmel High School student, WHJE's the most likely place you'll hear Haste. I can't believe they were seniors a year ago. I've never been able to stomach most monster voice music, but I'm a metalhead of the old school variety and that style's one of the only ones where you'll still hear wrenching guitar solos and intense heaviness. Haste has maintained incredible stylistic integrity while still forging listenable "screamo". Their musicianship is unquestionable, even whilst acknowledging their age and geographic roots.
The core tracks from their EP include Substance and Autumn. The former is a flawless metal track that is simply amazing. I beg you to find the original recording of Substance, rather than this album's re-recording (try their website). It has changed me forever. It makes me want to smash my face against a brick wall, stage dive off my patio, mosh, flail, writhe, scream, and twist my face into a tight teeth/gums/gullet smile simultaneously. I can't describe it musically in a way that gives it justice -- heavy, passionate, blistering, melodic.
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