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Headfirst Straight to Hell


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  • Audio CD (August 21, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Victory Records
  • ASIN: B00005N58H
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #430,333 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Guys, I'm really really impressed.
vivian
The combination creates a very energetic atmosphere, as opposed to the generally bleak and dangerous sound that dominates hardcore.
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To change things up, there is also a nice little instrumental towards the end of the album.
Mark Twain

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bradley J. Keusch on September 14, 2004
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Grade is a phenomenal band, and it is an absolute shame that they broke up. Their early stuff (seperate the magnets, et al) was good, but not fantastic. With Under the Radar they stepped it up, and delievered an amazing blend of pop and hardcore, they even had one of the singles on it (A year in the past forever in the future) played very briefly on MTV2, though no one still knew who they were. With Headfirst Straigh to Hell though, Grade has delievered a masterpiece. This is the single best album in the "screamo" genre, though it really doesn't deserve to be labeled as such, because it is so far superior to many of the offerings from bands that exist in this genre. The guitar work here is great it literally soars in places, and Bishop's vocals are amazing, he has a scream like no one else. But what really sets it apart are the lyrics; it is lyrically a masterpiece. It, from my view at least, is just an absolute hyperbole- the cd is about depression, and he uses fantastic metaphors to drive this message home, and as a result the cd is so HIGH, it uses amazing imagery "The temperature will drop/ as the astronauts/ are seduced by the twilights'/ motherly appeal/ and death's arms are outward bound/ as we strike upwards/ toward the stars/ into this god's trained hands" is just one fine example. This album is absolutely rocking, inspired music and should be picked up by any fan of rock (dont let the cover art scare you!). very highly recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mark Twain on April 5, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Grade has been making melodic screamo/hardcore for almost a decade. This album will surely be regarded as their masterpiece. It is full of insanely catchy guitar riffs, awesome drumming and , of course, non-stop screams that drench the listener with emotion and energy. To change things up, there is also a nice little instrumental towards the end of the album. There is one problem, however. The final song will most certainly annoy you as it is 15 minutes of useless, repetitive drones. I don't know why it was included but what the heck, the rest of the album more than makes up for it. Standouts: Termites Hollow, Little Satisfaction, The Empress and Twenty Moons. Thanks Grade.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By hgalehnjabdab on September 7, 2001
Format: Audio CD
A quick glance at the cover of this album (it was banned at Best Buy) or the song titles on the back would probably lead you to believe that this was one of those hardcore black metal bands from Finland or Sweden or something. In reality, nothing could be further from the truth. Grade is actually an amazing emo-core band (from Canada even!) signed to Victory Records, known for their seminal hardcore acts. Though similar to their hardcore labelmates, Grade combine many different elements and styles that put them in a whole different genre entirely. Their sound is simply amazing, with catchy guitar riffs reminiscent of The Get Up Kids, and vocals that bring to mind metal core... masters Will Haven. You wouldn't really think that hardcore vocals mixed with catchy-as-hell guitar riffs would work, but they really do. The combination creates a very energetic atmosphere, as opposed to the generally bleak and dangerous sound that dominates hardcore. This album is almost non-stop aggression, start to finish. In fact, the only time it actually stumbles is during the few softer parts, and a long drawn-out spooky ambient kinda thing at the very end. But aside from those few flaws, this LP is a masterpiece of emo-core energy. Rock album of the year. Emo-core album of the year. Canadian album of the year. Whatever you wanna call it, this is simply amazing. Buy it or you're a fathead.
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By Chris on April 11, 2004
Format: Audio CD
if any of you kids ever decide that you're sick of listening to mediocre crap like matchbook romance and the used and beloved and silverstein, you really need to check out grade. they're broken up which is a shame because i'm sure that kyle bishop would kick all those stupid kids' butts. i'm serious. grade's only crime was arriving about 7 years too early (late '90's for separate the magnets & and such is progress...) and not sticking it out for another year and a half or so. if they would've, they'd have been huge. come to think of it, probably not, as most of you kids wouldn't know good music if it took a dump on your leg.
this record is not as poppy as under the rader, considerably more metal and the production is so high on the treble and low on the bass. but it's just as good, in my opinion. then again, it's not like any of you kids know who grade are to begin with.
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By A Customer on January 25, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This record is amazing. For along time i only had a few songs of it, downloaded on my computer. Then one day i saw it on sale at a local record store for 7 bucks. so i picked it up, cos i really liked the songs i had heard. When i popped it in my Cd player i was blown away at how amazing the whole CD is. Usually a Cd has 2 or 3 songs that just simply arent good. This isnt the case with this record. Every song is amazing. Unfortunatly i never got the chance to see this band live before they called it quits. I will hopefully get to see their new band Somehow Hollow. They are musically similar to grade, but the vocals are different. I give "Headfirst Straight To Hell" 5 stars for its flawless energy and its creative/insightfull melodies.
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