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'Son, I Loved You At Your Darkest' is an honest, deep, emotional experience that is as beautiful as it is sad. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ryan
awesome album but depressing haha but overall a good band. suprised they didnt get bigger. they have good catchy songsPublished 17 months ago by jordan davila
As Cities Burn's Recommended Procedure:
(a) Read reviews, thoroughly.
(b) Buy 2.
(c) Enjoy 1, thoroughly.
(d) Memorize a ton of lyrics. Read more
I love this album. As Cities Burn are a favorite band of mine. This album will kick you in the face with awesome-ness. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Kersten
This album contains what's lacking in a lot of music today (not all, but a lot). I could quote all the lines from this album that mean a lot to me and many many others, but really,... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Mark
As Cities Burn is amazingly honest and mindblowing, but this album is where its at. This was TJ's first and last and it wasn't
the same without him after his departure.
This is my second all song review and my first was As Cities Burn "Come Now, Sleep". So here goes for this one.
1. Read more
This album rocked, when i had heard the songs seperately I wasn't terribly impressed. Though once you put them all in the order on the album, it projects such and incredible... Read morePublished on May 6, 2007 by Matthew J. Pestridge
This CD is decent. It doesn't overly excite me but it inst bad either. A well rounded, decent disc.Published on August 26, 2006 by Zach Hudson