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Punches That Count

That's what this album is. A journey. From the beginning to the end, transfixing, every song a new experience. Flowing, yet disjointed. Cliched, yet so unique. The guitars roar loudly, the drums crunch on, song after song, with the vocalist drawing it all togther perfectly. This album could fool anybody with the pretty cover, and yet behind it lies a heavy, melodic masterpiece. Insitute have created a dastardly good album, chilling to the bone. It's that damn good.

Simply Awesome!

This is an absolutely awesome debut album from 'Institute', it has 13 great tracks with a great rock feel, and good lyrics... More people need to buy this album, or even just one song! Favourite track would have to be "Seventh Wave", probably one of the best to get introduced to the band. An awesome band!

Institute/gavin rossdale... Legends!!!

Holy SH$T!!! What an album!!! Found out about this album through reading about BUSH/gavin rossdale on wiki & what an surprise to see gavin at his finest since his early bush albums.
10/10 for me.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Distort Yourself, Institute's September 2005 debut, marked Gavin Rossdale's return to rock, as he hadn't been heard from much since Bush's 2001 album, Golden State. The project paired his famously gravelly vocals with guitarist Chris Traynor (Orange 9mm, latter-day Helmet) and bassist Cache Tolman (CIV, Rival Schools), and Distort Yourself featured production from Helmet founder Page Hamilton. Institute received an early promotional...
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