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We Are The Ones

November 15, 2011 | Format: MP3

$5.99
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1:08
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4:40
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3:56
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3:54
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3:24
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5:18
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4:16
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4:01
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By GBacon on November 15, 2011
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I've been following WATG for years now. I've been waiting for this album to release and am very excited to see it on here. The band has a great mix meaningful lyrics with great singing vocals and a metal edge that sets them apart. Awesome.
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I have loved these guys since I got turned on to them. Its a great metal sound with talented dynamics and its actually kind of nice to be able to rock out without being bombarded with negative messages in the lyrics.
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Melodic riffs, great vocals with a heavy edge to give it balance. These guys are extremely talented songwriters and the acoustic tracks are a great addition to this album. Recommended for fans of Thrice, Haste the Day, Underoath, etc.
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By Guy on November 16, 2011
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These guys sound fantastic, haven't sold out, and strive to create professional music. $5.99 is a steal of a buy. Keep up the good work guys. Props to Steckel!!!
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This band is great! Inspirational lyrics and sound. If you want to push harder in your workouts and runs, etc. This is a band I recommend. People are missing out on great metalcore if they don't pick up this album along with their newer album, Captors. Looking forward to a new album this spring.
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I heard WATG several months back on RadioU, so I decided to pick up their two EPs. Since then I have not stopped listening to them (I highly recommend getting their first EP). I truly believe that my life has changed for the better, and I have gotten closer to Christ because of the worship they deliver. They are great musicians and lyricists, but more importantly, they put their faith in God and do everything in their power to praise Him and give Him glory. I think this EP is just a sign of amazing things to come.
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It really breaks my heart whenever I come across a new band (new to me, I'm sure these guys have been around for a while), and I hear something in them so great and so wonderful that it makes me angry and moreover confused as to why more bands like these guys with this much talent aren't making it into the big leagues like they should be. Yes, I know it most likely as is the case with many other bands that fall under this category, due to a range of factors, but the one thing I think that more bands today in comparison to let's say 50 years ago had is a leg up on marketing. I don't know if any of you have noticed or not, but we live in a generation where texting mom upstairs what's for dinner is not only common but a widely accepted way of communicating. As such, with the OVERWHELMING resources (i.e. mostly the internet) that the world has to offer these bands now a days is a much more forgiving and friendly avenue for spreading the word about one's talent. I haven't used MySpace in about 5 years now but I'm almost certain that the trend of it being used predominantly as a free medium for band profiling/showcasing is still what it's predominant use is today. Bands can have a URL but it directs straight to their MySpace page because in reality, it's free and why have essentially two web pages that convey essentially the same information? I tend to go off on tangents when I'm emotionally uneasy of something and as I mentioned, bands like this that are either discredited or overlooked due to poor marketing just breaks my heart. Talent like this should never go unnoticed or less noticed for that matter simply due to insufficient efforts and/or knowledge of music marketing (in 2011).
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