Songs To Burn Bridges By

June 1, 2004 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: May 20, 2004
  • Release Date: May 20, 2004
  • Label: Tooth & Nail (TNN)
  • Copyright: (C) 2004 Tooth & Nail Records
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  • Total Length: 50:35
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  • ASIN: B000THK9V4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,681 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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This CD is one of the best albums the band has ever released.
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I highly recommend this to anyone who needs a cd to keep them busy for a very long time.
Burn Before I Wake Up
And that was before I read "It's All Downhill From Here" by Andrew Schwab.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By A. Estes on March 3, 2005
Format: Audio CD
"Songs To Burn Your Bridges By," Project 86's fourth release, and the follow-up to their brilliant 2002 album, "Truthless Heroes" finds the band returning to the Tooth & Nail label that housed their debut, and further perfecting their signature sound. This is an album that anyone previously initiated with the band will love, and newcomers as well. I always find the greatest music comes from bands or artists that just can't be categorized. Project 86 definitely fall into that category. They don't fit into any genre and it's hard to nail exactly what sound they are going for. The albums kicks off in familiar fashion with "The Spy Hunter" and "Oblivion," two songs that are classic P86, and caps off with a rather sublime tune "Solace," much in the same vein as "Hollow Again." Throughout the album, which is a vague concept piece, there is quite a bit of variety as the band refuses to stick to one sound. "A Shadow Of Me" and "Safe Haven" reflect the more melodic side of the band, while the punky and catchy "Say Goodnight To The Bad Guy" and the dark, textured "Circuitry" compliment each other well. Vocalist Andrew Schwab has a very distinct voice, and is one of the few vocalists out there who sounds like he really means what he is singing. This is truly a group that feels their music. Don't be turned off by the fact that they are a Christian band, as the music doesn't neccessarily revolve around any religious beliefs. Project 86 are easily one of the most unique bands out there today, and it's a pity they have hardly gotten any recognition. Quality music always prevails with these guys, and if you are looking for something new, or already love the band, I must direct you towards "Songs To Burn Your Bridges By." There will be no regrets.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Palindroman on June 1, 2004
Format: Audio CD
After having several label fueds and releasing STBYBB as and Indie Release on the Project headed Team Black records,Project 86 made amends with former label Tooth and Nail to re-release the CD with three additional songs. I have owned the Indie version since its release this last winter so I have come to know this album very well. This album is nothing short of another amazing release by one of the most frustratingly under promoted band of our time. Project 86 eclipses nearly all other Christian bands with the possible exception of Stavesacre in intensity, incredibly meaningful lyrics, emotion, and creative hard song writing. I question frequently how the likes of POD and Blindside, while both excellent bands, have gone so much further than P86 in the mainstream. In my mind Project 86 is with the likes of Tool, NIN, Deftones, and other "elite" bands in their quality of music. Without a doubt if you like heavy melodic, thinking music, than order this CD and all of P86's previous releases.
The Spy Hunter - The CD starts out with a furious riff that almost has a punk theme, than proceeds to add the rest of the band after Andrew says "One last disguise". The song is an excellent intro to the theme of revenge and independence on the disc
Oblivion - Continuing the theme Oblivion leads the listener in with its driving riff and then explodes into its catchy chorus. One of the weaker tracks but nonetheless incredible
A Shadow on Me - New song that is also first single. Eery guitar riff drives the song to the chorus where Andrew screams the lyrics as the guitarist sings them. Another incredible song that feels desperate yet confident at the same time.
Safe Haven - An anamoly for Project, a clean guitar riff opens the song with a somewhat polyrythmic sounding drum pattern soon joining.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas C. Anna on January 30, 2005
Format: Audio CD
While...Im not going to lie, Im a huge project fan, and would probably tell you to buy anything they sell. However objectively I would have to say this is them at their very best, and by far one of the best CD's I own. Best of all it's a concept album, much like NIN-downward spiral, where the whole albums follows a specific character, albeit nameless. Songs like the album's climax "Solace" carry such raw emotion in the sounds of the vocals. You can hear the frontman's soul bleed as he cracks his voice.

Do yourself a favor and pick up this album; As it will stay in regular rotation in your CD player for decades, if not years.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sarah Verno on August 2, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Over time, some bands tend to trap themselves in dry ruts made of their own boring and lethargic music. But while these bands slowly sink to their graves, Project 86 is climbing mountains with its new, vivacious hard rock record, Songs to Burn Your Bridges By.

With the help of Tooth and Nail Records, Project 86 has once again included all the ingredients needed to generate a remarkable album: Experience, emotion, and excitement. Songs to Burn your Bridges By is Project 86's fourth CD put out in the past eight years and by the quality of each individual track, it's obvious the band knows what it's doing. Impressive sound quality and tasteful guitar licks are often a hit or miss deal, and Project 86 definitely hits the ball out of the park with each of these.

Also, Project 86 doesn't hide or sugar coat issues inside its lyrics. Instead, it takes a brutally honest approach of "this is how it is and this is how it should be", which is exactly what people need to hear. I've had enough of bands that merely dip their toes into issues but are too afraid to get their hair wet. As for Project 86, it dives in headfirst, screaming its message loud and clear (well, as clear as distortion allows). Unlike some hard-rock albums where the lyrics seem nonexistent amidst the heavy guitars and drums, Project 86 blends crisp vocals and distorted instruments to provide a well balanced sound.

Songs to Burn Your Bridges By is a CD to get excited about. It's quality music with a hard-core style that can make even your grandma want to jump in a mosh-pit. Even if you don't consider yourself a hard-rocker, this record is worth your time and your money, so get your hands on it.
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