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raw power. bang.

A very good, technically sound album. Well Done lads.

This album is alot more technically sound than the last record which was a good record in itself! The guitar sounds cleaner and there are a few riffs in this album that wont go unnoticed. Aleds' voice has developed dramatically since the last album and the confidence in the lyrics and singing show. He uses various techniques that sound great. And from what i hear Kids in glass houses are excellent live. So thats why i booked my ticket for the 8th may :) This is one of my fave albums and one of the best that have come out this year.


Great record, really like the extra tracks on the Special Editon!
Good work fellas.


Formed: 2003 in Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Sporting a collective love of Glassjaw and calling Cardiff, South Wales home, alternative pop/rockers Kids in Glass Houses got together in 2003. The band -- comprised of vocalist Aled Philips, guitarists Joel Fisher and Iain Mahanty, bassist Shay, and drummer Phil Jenkins -- almost immediately started garnering attention in its hometown scene. The hype soon spread to bigger media outlets like Kerrang! and BBC Radio 1; Kids in Glass Houses were showered with praise and accolades declaring them the...
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Dirt, Kids In Glass Houses
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  • £5.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 24 March 2010

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