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Codeseven spent the better part of the last year writing their Equal Vision Records debut Dancing Echoes / Dead Sounds. The band entered the studio in June 2004 to record the follow up to The Rescue with producer Michael Birnbaum (Coheed & Cambria, Straylight Run) in Woodstock, NY. The bands newest offering builds on their previous works, but sees the band expanding their vision in a darker & more electronic manner. Dancing Echoes/Dead Sounds is a portrait of a band that is unafraid to take their art in a direction that is rarely explored by their peers. Codeseven has always expanded the boundaries and been ahead of their time. Dancing Echoes / Dead Sounds will likely be the blueprint to which all other bands are compared over the coming years.


1. La Memoire Reincarnee
2. All The Best Dreams
3. Pathetic Justice
4. Nasty Little Revolution
5. Quail's Dream
6. Roped And Tied
7. The Day That Doesn't End
8. Shalo
9. Alt. Wave
10. The Devil's Interval
11. Cherry Tree
12. Sunflower

Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 5, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Equal Vision Records
  • ASIN: B0002YLDCI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #292,290 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By dentrecords on October 25, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album is easily one of the best of the year for me. Codeseven combines spacy effects and sounds with thoughful songwriting and beautiful melodies to create a thouroughly enjoyable and inspiring album to listen to. It should be noted that this is not a straight up "rock" cd and is probably best appreciated with headphones (or very good speakers) and closed eyes. There are so many layers to listen to and peel back before you can fully grasp what an excellent album you're listening to. Albums this good really are far and few between. Top notch production, although the mix can feel a little bit flat sometimes.
1. La Memoire Reincarnee - This is an intro track which serves it's purpose well.
2. All the Best Dreams - Starts off with guitars and synths building a foundation, nice and peaceful, but moving. Vocals and subtle harmonies are a highlight here. The song progresses to a heavy melodic chorus, which as simple as it is, is the perfect compliment to the first couple of minutes. This has some of the "heaviest" moments on the cd, but they are never grating by any means.
3. Pathetic Justice - Starts off immediately an upbeat catchy drumbeat, prominent vocals and piano. It's hard to dislike this song after listening for the first few seconds. This was the first song that I'd heard from this cd, and it was enough to pique my interest in the band.
4. Nasty little revolution - Wow, this is easily one of the best - if not the best - tracks on the cd (and that's no easy feat). The song has a very airy start to it with synth and guitar effects that are so good could have been pulled straight off dark side of the moon. Crunchy synth drums eventually come in and lead the song on. Some of the most memorable riffs and melodies are found in this track.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Derek Dias on October 5, 2004
Format: Audio CD
codeseven has done it again. I couldnt imagine anything that could compare to their previous release The Rescue, but after seeing them last night and listening to Dancing Echoes/Dead Sounds, I will take back my words. And yes, while The Rescue is probably one of my favorite albums of all time, DE/DS is only a notch or two behind the perfection. Oh! What a feast for the ears! Never getting boring or mundane at any point, this album transports you to different soundscapes and elevates and devastates you in ways I haven't felt in a long time, given the shallowness of many current bands in the scene, disposable and forgetable. Codeseven, however exist in a realm outside scenes or trends, with their recent albums, at least in my book, achieving "timeless" status, akin to Radiohead. For example, I know I'll be able to pull out the Rescue (or this album as well) in 5-10 years and still be able to enjoy and appreciate it as much as I do now. Think about how many bands you listened to half a decade ago that you can say the same for.

With their sound darker, more refined, and more electronic, the album is definately a step in the next direction, past The Rescue. Each member wrote a few songs and brought them to the table to be worked on I was recently told by singer Jeff Jenkins, whose voice literally dances and echoes in the recesses of your memory after listening to the CD. I must say I do not give 5 star ratings haphazardly unlike many folk who give 5 stars - why? cause they're the best band ever! i love them! No, no, no, my friends, this album deserves the worship and praise it has a will recieve for years to come.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By strider202 on December 5, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I am a big fan of the space-rock/proggressive music that is creeping under the radar these days. I get elated when I find a band like Codeseven - one that combines sharp originality, a compassionate sound, and a heart bigger than the world. These guys are excellent.

This is the first Codeseven cd I have heard, and upon falling in love with this cd, I took a look at their past releases and was suprised at how different this was. But both Codeseven sounds are excellent.

As far as this one goes, there is something every indenpendent music fan will enjoy. "All the Best Dreams" combines synthetic keys and a catchy groove with some amazing vocals and a heavy climax. "Nasty Little Revolution" is so beautiful and so imaginative and dreamy. "Sunflower" carries a spacey, dark, and heavy tone that ends the album perfectly. Even the short interludes between the "songs" are excellent. Reminds me of a more upbeat, yet sometimes darker, old Dredg.

So this cd is excellent and worthy of ready ears to devour the sound and enjoy it fully. So give them a listen.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sophia P. Pang on March 9, 2005
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i stumbled across their advertisement in some alternative music magazine and after downloading their cd, I was totally blown away by the soothing voice of the singer. Codeseven has totally changed their style from their previous albums. their older albums have a few decent singles like the cover "Boys of SUmmer" and "Incommunication" and "Smell of Yellow and Black" but their songs weren't like anything you haven't heard from other bands. but this album practically makes them sound like an entirely different band. their lyrics are amazing, i especially love the lyrics to "All the Best Dreams" and "Pathetic Justice". Definately check out this particular album of Codeseven, you'll love it. I've been listening to this album non-stop.
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