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And I'm Looking Through The Eyes of Someone...

...Dead! This is a beautiful album and it well worth the purchase. If you are wondering what to expect, I will list some of my favourite bands; My Chemical Romance <3333 Linkin Park 30 Seconds to Mars Sum 41 Breaking Benjamin She Was Dead and Tommorow are amazing songs. Your money will not be wasted on this album. A high reccomendation for all rock lovers from me. xx

Excellent

Growing up listning to The Offspring and Papa Roach and later getting a huge liking of Breaking Benjamin this album has everything i could want. Songs like lucky, Tomorrow and She Was Dead are nice catchy punk songs. Then songs like My world and Broken Handed are harder hitting but somehow all the tracks seems to fit in with one another so i would recommend this to anyone. just a shame they seem to have split :(

Good second album

A lot heavier then now you see inside but still amazing best tracks are goodbye tomorrow and my world

Biography

Formed: 1998 in Baltimore, MD

Genre: Rock

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

Taking their name from the fastest airplane ever built, the alternative rock foursome SR-71 are here to stand and deliver jaunty punk songs with a corporate rock edge. Coming together in the early '90s in their native Baltimore, SR-71 — guitarist frontman Mitch Allan, bassist Jeff Reid, drummer Dan Garvin, and guitarist Mark Beauchemin — lunge into quick swirling three chord loops and spastic excitement, similar to punk-pop revivalists such as Blink 182 and Less Than Jake. SR-71's raw...
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