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Good Stuck in Your Head Rock

Thornley's album Come Again, is a great a melodic rock album. It starts off great with Falling to Pieces and Come Again. From there it just draws you in. Awesome guitars and bass in each song. Bright Side starts off with a great small accoustic begining and then rocks right into the song which makes it addicting to listen to over and over again. The band has a great lyrical base in each song which actually makes sense and some of it you can actually relate to as well. The singer also sounds just like Chris Cornell from Audioslave too. Sometimes I'm also thinking that it's actually him singing. I really recommend this album if you like Breaking Benjamin, Nonpoint, Trust Company.

"WOW"!! extraordinary! superb genius songwriting, vocaly on!

Never heard of "Big wreck" in which all of their songs are incredible ! , a tough task for any band by any means, but" Thornly" is mearly a continuation of the precise rock tuneability of big wreck! Songs that have the want to hear effect, with brilliant vocals! , one of the best around!! , whoever it is, Big wreck or Thornley .... we need more!!! this band is easily as good as any band in the mainstream,.. but better! give them a listen you will be amazed you never heard of them too!


Just buy it. nuf said


Formed: 2002 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Surprisingly, Thornley was led by vocalist/guitarist Ian Thornley, he of the mildly successful Boston alternative outfit Big Wreck. After the Wreck's 2002 retirement, Thornley returned to his native Toronto and began writing solo material. Nickelback's Chad Kroeger — a pal from the late '90s modern rock trenches — had just started a vanity imprint through Universal, and he promptly tapped Thornley as a signee. So, by late 2003 the singer was back in the studio, working with producer Gavin...
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