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  • Audio CD (October 12, 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros Mod Afw
  • ASIN: B00001U03M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #415,329 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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My Cd policy is now basically, that it better be damn good for me to buy it.
Chris Hughes
The greatest part about this cd is their is such a diversity of sound and the lyrics aren't just random words thrown together because they sound good.
Jesse Stoner
As soon as I heard the song, I fell in love with it and have played it many times since.
Becky Thompson

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jesse Stoner on March 3, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Musically the band might not be Zepplin or other well known "good" bands but they do have a unique sound. The greatest part about this cd is their is such a diversity of sound and the lyrics aren't just random words thrown together because they sound good. Whether they get their inspiration from another band is not the point. They make music that they enjoy playing and it shows. See these guys live and you'll be hooked for life. I'd give my right arm to have these guys come back to PA (their from CA) again. Maybe Evan (vocals) Doesn't have a perfect voice but you can almost feel his emotion, he believes what he's saying (not just singing) and that's what counts.
Do you know the greatest part about being in a band is? You can do whatever you want. The only way you can't do this is if you are being paid not to. You can take a sound from another band and use/modify it. I'm sure many of you have heard a song that you thought either lacked a certain element or was in need of something else. I'm tired of hearing people say that 8 Stops 7 *is* Pearl Jam. Whether they were inspired means nothing. Where do you think musicians get into music? They listen to other music and learn what they like. You can learn to appriciate any music if you try hard enough because as long as someone put time into a song, it's worth at least a little recignition.
Perhaps I like this band simply because i met them. They came to a concert put together by our local radio station (105.7 the X)at Ski Roundtop and i was going to see Lit but 3 other bands; Stir, Three Doors Down (before they even had a cd out), and 8 stops 7. This was possibly the coldest day of the year and the wind was whipping down off the snow and right on to the stage and the crowd.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ockham's Razor on June 10, 2000
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This has got to be one of the best debuts (not to say albums) I have heard in quite a while. A truly mature offering from a relatively new band, "In Moderation" is well-conceived and features a band that knows the meaning of diversity and interpretation in music. Dynamics are what make this album superb...from the aggressive, blistering attack of the grooves of "Satisfied", "Better" and "Wider" to the softer, more sensitive but no less intense "Question Everything" and "Uninspired". They sound just as convincing in either modality, and even throw in some more standard alternative tracks that sound great to boot.
You can hear some strains of Creed, Pearl Jam and even some Collective Soul...they remind me somewhat of doubleDrive (another excellent band you should check out!). But make no mistake, 8STOPS7 has a sound all of their own. Evan Sula-Goff has a voice destined to become a luminary in the heavy music field. Emotional, mature and multi-dimensional, the mans sounds just as comfortable pouring it all out in an acoustic ballad as he is belting out rage and angst in a full-out aggro rocker. And he doesn't rely on just emotion to do it...it's sung skillfully and with character.
Their guitars are another standout...dense and complex, they combine the emotional riffage of grunge and modern rock with the precision and groove of new (and even old) metal. Round it out with a rhythm section that's spot on the groove and provides a rock-solid base, and you've got an album with no filler.
Again, their diversity and comfort in different musical settings...and their ability to take influences and meld them into a sound that's their own makes 8STOPS7's "In Moderation" a standout. If you're looking for some new blood on the scene, these are the guys.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By a friend on July 22, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Everyone who considers themselves into rock should listen to this amazing album. This album combines rock and alternative to a pristine level. Listen to it and it will eat away at your soul-- but in a good way. These guys will be famous one day and you'll feel privileged to have owned their cd way back when.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 7, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I was fortunet enough to see 8STOPS7 perform when they were in Springfield, MO. and was just flat out "blown away"! Their music was unbelievably mature for such a young (new) group getting started in an industry where newbies begin and end in a single day. Vocalisy-Lyricsist Evan Saul-Goff is an old soul in a such a young man, who writes about experiences in life that only a mature person would have endured.Seth Watson, is a stellar guitarist with style that makes one feel the passion with note he so finely plays. Bass player Alex Viveros is quite an exceptional musician and complements all artistic abilities in the band. Drummer, Adam Powell has the power and agelity pull the band together. Rythum Guitarist and Backup vocals Arron (last name unknown) helps in bringing the studio sound together in a live setting.If you are lucky enough to be anywhere near where theyare touring - GO SEE THEM! I love every song on their CD "In Moderation" but if Ihad to pick a favorite it would be either "Satisfied"or "Better". Be sure not to miss the final track that is hidden after the final song. It starts at exactly 8:07 minutes. An interesting addition that will absoutely give you goose bumps.......haunting and powerful!It wouldn't suprise me if a few of the cuts off of "In Moderation", made it to the soundtracks of movies. I can't wait to see them again.
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