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We live in uncertain times. Technology has undoubtedly enhanced our existence, but it has also made us vulnerable to government interference, sensory overload and identity theft. Generally this isn’t the type of subject matter breached by hardcore bands, but then again Buffalo, New York’s Every Time I Die have never been a typical hardcore act. In fact for over a decade the band ... Read more in Amazon's Every Time I Die Store

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  • Audio CD (August 21, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Ferret
  • ASIN: B00005NKI3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #129,089 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Emergency Broadcast Syndrome
2. Jimmy Tango's Method
3. Here's Lookin' At You
4. Punch-Drunk Punk Rock Romance
5. Enter Without Knocking And Notify The Police
6. The Logic Of Crocodiles
7. Pincushion
8. Nothing Dreadful Ever Happens
9. California, Gracefully
10. Shallow Water Blackout

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This is a must buy for every hardcore fan.
Justin Dunn
The songs have great lyrics and great music blended together to create a metalcore/hardcore masterpiece.
Benjamin J. Hooton-bartlett
Its just that good and it leaves you begging for more.
Sean

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Doe on August 19, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Ok...so i'm slowly developing a reputation for coming in a fixing the reviews by the earless people on this website. but no breakdowns on last night in town? did everyone listen to track 3? "...WHOLE LOTTA SHAKIN' GOIN' ON...WHOLE LOTTA SHAKIN' GOIN' ON"? the beat slows down...it gets more brutal and it's at the end...those who think that's what a stereotypical breakdown sounds like might've overlooked that. and considering that the red chord reevaluated what we call a breakdown there are actually breakdowns on half these songs...there's one on Jimmy Tango's Method, there's one on Here's Lookin' At You, there's one on...jesus people, suck it up...listen harder. Not all breakdowns are chug-chug beatdowns like remembering never, it dies today and throwdown. there are breakdowns on this cd...they just don't sound like all other breakdowns that you've ever heard...and considering that's the main draw of ETID (not sounding like everything else you've ever heard) you'd think people would've picked up on that...apparently not.

as far as the cd itself is concerned, etid is one've my three all time favorite bands, so i'm a little bit biased...but this album owns, as does hot damn, and the gutter phenomenon cd that comes out the 23rd, i've got it already, and it owns too...check out anything they've done, it's all good stuff. and i think the best thing about etid is that everyone raves about their lyrics and how clever they are, including me, i think they're genius...and keith buckley said in an interview that up until their newest cd he was just rambling incoherently...says something about 'modern art'. haha...anyway...check this out. i love it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alex on July 14, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I've found that people tend to either not get "every time I die" or love them. I happen to love them. much of the contraversy seems to stem from frontman Keith's vocal delivery. A friend of mine, upon hearing his voice, yelled "it sounds like he's going to kill me!" with more than just a bit of concern in her voice. It's true, he sounds insane, and I mean that in the best way possible.
The vocals have been called "glassjaw-like" by more than one reviewer, and it's true, when singing clearly, he does sound a bit like the fellah from glassjaw. Personally, I was reminded much more of the Cave In album "until your heart stops" anyone who's heard that disc should know that this is high praise. Keith bounced around from screaming like a madman(literaly) to sometimes surprisingly melodic passages. I know this has been done before, but what matters is it's done well here.
I have to mention the lyrics. I'm not usually one for scruitinizing hardcore lyrics, but these are really pretty clever, thought provoking, and generally well written. and it's about time. check out "the logic of crocodiles" and "here's lookin at you" for proof of this.
This album is near perfect, though rather short. after just a few listens, you'll find yourself screaming allong "comeon and smile you f--kers, it's not often you get this chance!"
every time i die have been getting a lot of recognition lately, and deservedly so.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "ragefan12399" on November 16, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Every Time I Die is taking the beauty of hardcore music to another level. These guys flat out rule. Amazing music, some great (and at times sarcastic and humorous) lyrics, and some great screaming combined with soft melodics that sound much like Daryl from Glassjaw when he sings, ETID is probally the best band on Ferret Records right now.
The album gets right down to business with "Emergency Broadcast Syndrome." From the raw opening power of this track, you know you're in for one hell of a ride. "Enter Without Knocking And Notify The Police" is an awesome instrumental that flows into one of the best tracks on the album: "The Logic Of Crocodiles."
I don't think I need to say much more about these guys, they are amazing, and if you like chaotic hardcore combined with beautiful melodies then you should have this album! Also, if they ever come around to your town, check them out, I saw them with 18 Visions this past summer, and they put on an amazing live show, and are a great bunch of guys with a great sense of humor.
Buy This Album Now!!!
Tracks to check out: Emergency Broadcast System, Jimmy Tango's Method, Punch-Drunk Punk Rock Romance, The Logic Of Crocodiles
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By echelondecline on June 23, 2005
Format: Audio CD
One of my favorite bands, Every Time I Die. What can I say about their first album (Burial Bidding Plot doesn't count as an album)...it's fast, frenzied, and loud. Hot Damn! might have been THE album that put them on the map, but Hot Damn! carried a more "mosh party" feel to it opposed to the "slam dance til you die" feel of this album. The music itself is more sophisticated in the album opposed to Hot Damn!. I dare to say that Every Time I Die could have spawned a new style of mathcore with it's intense time signature changes and it's frenzied individual sound. The upcoming new album (to me personally) sounds really good...almost a combination of Hot Damn! and Last Night in Town. Every hardcore music lover should have this album.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By jasdave on January 1, 2004
Format: Audio CD
don't listen to the num nuts who wrote such an ignorant narrow minded reply. This album is well worth it's price. Though i cannot claim it's hard core... For one thing hard core now has many sub genre's. ETID can fit these or make it's own. Another thing- hard core is very different from one place to another. Some people consider rap oriented hard core to be normal, while others (like my self) consider it less pure and only a sub genre or specific styleing of hard core. Don't be ignorant, this album got tons'a great reviews. Check it out. And check out HOT DAMN.
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