Counting The Hours

May 11, 2010 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: May 11, 2010
  • Label: Victim Entertainment
  • Copyright: 2010 Digital Summer
  • Total Length: 59:21
  • Genres:
  • ASIN: B003NJVI3S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,533 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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Great voice, some good riffs, and for a change, great lyrics.
Allen Spadafore
Beautiful acoustic guitar intro with some light distorted soloing in the background.
coldguitargod
In my opinion, "Morphine" is the most underplayed fantastic song out there.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By coldguitargod on September 20, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Ill give a full rundown of the CD track by track after the summary. Digital Summer is a fairly new hard rock band that (to me) can be compared to RED, Breaking Benjamin, and Sevendust. With melodic guitars, explosive drums and amazing vocals, Digital Summer's "Counting the Hours" will satisfy your thirst for rock music like no other. They shine with slower, more mellow songs such as Rescue Me but also triumph with heavier songs like Just Run. Guest vocalist/drummer Morgan Rose makes an appearance on a couple tracks as well- a special bonus for Sevendust fans. DS are an extremely under-rated band and deserve more media attention than all the pop "stars" and current mainstream knockoff's. If you love modern rock with talent- then you will not regret a penny on this CD!

Track-by-track review.

1 - Counting the Hours (3:56) - Solid opening track, opens with a fast riff and lighter verse (which seems to be the formula for a lot of their songs, heavy/light). 7/10

2 - Just Run (3:15) - Similar intro and formula as Counting the Hours- slightly fast paced, melodic chorus. Makes for a good fight song with lyrics like: "Keep on talking and we'll see what your made of/I'm bringing something for you to be afraid of". 8/10

3 - Hostage (3:17) - Fast guitar/synth intro which leads to the full band verse. The bridge has a real Sevendust feel to it, and another melodic chorus followed by some double bass for the last one. 7/10

4 - Playing the Saint (3:49) - Another Sevendust-esque song here, which isn't a bad thing, dont take it the wrong way. This could be because of Morgan Rose (said band's drummer) making a guest appearance. 8/10

5 - Shallow (Closer to the Angels) (3:55) - One of my favorites off the album.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D. Snedden on November 23, 2010
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I hadn't heard of this group before until a friend from work mentioned them. I love this whole CD. If you like Daughtry or Nickelback who'll like these guys.
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By Beth on March 15, 2014
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Any hard rock fans out there will love these songs; I've actually seen this band live and they really sound good.
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I've been following Digital Summer since "Cause and Effect" and this is my favorite of all of them so far. (Breaking Point is awesome, but this is still my favorite offering from them). In my opinion, "Morphine" is the most underplayed fantastic song out there. Wish these guys could get a little more press so they are heard more.
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