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Yearbook - Collection

Sleeping At Last

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Brilliant and beautiful!

An incredible album! Powerful, poetic lyrics and lush, beautiful music.

AMAZING

This album is amazing!!!! I bought the album in parts. Buying a couple of songs at a time. And eventually I completed the whole album because it is so good. Its the perfect music to feel calm and soothing but also to make you feel happy. Every song tells a story. Some of my favourite songs are Page 28, Snow, Emphasis and Birthright (love Jon Foreman's voice on that song).

Yearbook

I love the sound.... the album might be to long... but select songs and it's gorgeous!

Biography

Formed: 1999 in Wheaton, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Based out of suburban Chicago, emo-inflected alt-rockers Sleeping At Last formed in 1999 around the talents of guitarist/vocalist Ryan O'Neal, drumming sibling Chad O'Neal, and bass player Dan Perdue. The trio began to build a local following, playing wherever possible and doing the occasional support gig. After sparking the interest of Billy Corgan with their self-released full-length, Capture, the erstwhile Smashing Pumpkin aided the group in securing a record deal with Interscope, who signed the...
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Yearbook - Collection, Sleeping At Last
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  • $27.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: Nov 08, 2011

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