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Somewhere between Save It and Seeing Things Shades Apart learned all about melody. While the hardcore punk of Save It has been retained, on this release the band demonstrates an ability to write genuine pop melodies and anthemic choruses that would make even Rancid proud. Seeing Things lacks an obvious standout track like Save It's "Tainted Love," but it more than compensates by being a much more interesting album. Fast guitar riffing is still the order of the day, but tracks like "Cathode," "Fearless," and "Turn It Back Around" show that Shades Apart was maturing, evolving into one of the better punk acts of the late 1990s.


Formed: 1988 in New Brunswick, NJ

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Bridgewater, NJ-based hardcore band Shades Apart formed in 1988, comprising singer/guitarist Mark V., bassist Kevin Lynch and drummer Ed Brown. After releasing their self-titled debut later that year on the Wishingwell label, the trio fell silent before resurfacing in 1992 with the Sunspot EP Dude Danger; another label change, this time to Skene, followed for the 1993 EP Neon. All members Bill Stevenson and Stephen Egerton produced Shades Apart's next LP, 1995's Save It, which scored a minor...
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