From The Depths Of Dreams

April 29, 2003 | Format: MP3

$7.99
Song Title
Time
Popularity  
1
4:20
2
4:13
3
3:50
4
4:54
5
3:57
6
4:10
7
2:21
8
4:28

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  • Label: Drive Thru
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  • Total Length: 32:13
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  • ASIN: B001O3REM4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (121 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,141 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

This is deffinately one of the best cd's I have ever listened to.
Kurt Cobain/Criss Angel!
I like the way they blend the singing and screaming, because when all a band does is scream, it gets really boring.
kidvicious
Best bet for you would be to go buy this cd, there's something for everyone to love in their music.
Autumn In June

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By kidvicious on January 15, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I love this CD. Its very well done for an EP. The lyrics are interesting. I like the way they blend the singing and screaming, because when all a band does is scream, it gets really boring. And its not that annoying type of screaming either. For the price, its a great value. I have had this CD for about a year now and I'm still not sick of it like I am with some others. Senses Fail's new CD 'Let It Enfold You' (its enfold, not unfold as some other reviewers had it) is also amazing. I promise you won't be dissapointed.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Ross Bownes on September 7, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Hey there i'm from the UK and have been listening to Senses Fail and many other emo/screamo bands for years now. The thing that seprates these guys from all the other swept black hair wannabes is that these guys actually have something to say. They're not writing lyrics about broken hearts or kissing girls the lyrics are much deeper than that and come across as the words of a band who are both intelligent and a band who have fun doing what they do.

This EP especially is amazing, opening with Steven, the song the band wrote about their dead friend, very moody very well put just excellent. Similar stuff ensues until standout track 187 which is as close as Senses Fail get to conforming to their scene, even this beauty of a song is amazing and lyrics and drums are still predominant. Track 7 'Hanguns...' is my favourite track on the EP and just has the raw energy that so many generic emo bands are missing. The EP finishes off with the fantastic acoustic version of The Ground Folds which i think is even better than the original.

Basically if you like the genre of music you will be blown away by Senses Fail, if your some vegetating old grump then you'll hate it, go back to listening to Guns'N'Roses and all the othe bands that are either broken up or dead and move over, because this band are the future
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Autumn In June on May 29, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I listen to a vast variety of good bands. Everything from Thursday, down to All-American Rejects. I also enjoy the melodic-hardcore sounds of Hopesfall. Though, I must say that no band that I have heard even compares to Senses Fail. The best thing about this band, as far as presence, is that they are still up-and-coming. They haven't been ruined by MTV yet, as many bands have. I am a dedicated fan of Drive-Thru records. I think that Senses Fail is the best addition to the label they have ever made. This band is not even comparable to others, but if I were to compare, I would say that they are similar to Finch, though much harder, with even more intriguing lyrics. Definitely one of the best cd's I have ever heard. This cd would go well with Taking Back Sunday's "Tell All Your Friends" and Finch's "What It Is To Burn." This cd should also be coupled with Thursday in your cd player. This style is where pop-punk is headed, and from where I stand, that is a very good place. Best bet for you would be to go buy this cd, there's something for everyone to love in their music.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Seth Barker on June 19, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I will admit that I am not a fan of buying EP's. I'd rather just buy a complete album at full price than an EP with fewer tracks but cost less. Well, after hearing ONE EIGHT SEVEN and finding out that this EP was only 5.99, I was suckered in. You should definetly buy this album if you are a fan of Taking Back Sunday, Matchbook Romance, or any emo for that matter. The album comes in at 32 minutes, so if you have the Taking Back Sunday cd you will realize that this is about the same length. Here is a song by song review.
Steven 5/5 Great opener, tribute to a friend's death.
Free Fall Without A Parachute 4/5 Catchy, A little repetitive
Bloody Romance 5/5 Maybe best on album, listen and you'll love it.
Dreaming A Reality 4/5 Not the best but still great
The Ground Folds 4/5 Only a 4 because aquistic is better
One Eight Seven 5/5 Extreme lyrics attached to a song that you will not be able to get rid of. You'll either love it or hate it, but I'm pretty sure if you're reading this you'll love it.
Handguns and Second Chances 4/5 Short and Worst on EP. Good though
The Ground Folds 5/5 3rd best, good way to end the album.
You won't go wrong with spending six bucks on this. I can't wait till their first actually album comes out. These guys are truly destined to be great.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "aesa21" on April 30, 2003
Format: Audio CD
i cant think of another band that is able to do what this band does on every song...amazing lyrics, emotional singing, signature guitars, and exciting drumming
these guys are truly amazing and unique, noone else sounds quite like them...and that's what makes them great
everybody i know who has listened to them, even if they are not into this style music, acknowledge the fact that these guys got loads of talent.
if you like anyone else on the Drive-Thru label, this band will become one of your favorites...if you have never heard of the Drive Thru label or Senses Fail, i strongly recommend you give these guys a listen because it's a sin not to.
they are a little harder than most on Drive Thru(ex. NFG, Homegrown) but are more like Finch.
Track 6 - "187" is an amazing and my personal favorite, if i could explain Senses Fail in one song this would be it, great lyrics, great guitars, and never gets old...these guys rule
Rock On Senses Fail
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