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This is the best!

This is one of the best Emo cds I have ever listened to!

A good cd

I am a big fan of portugal the man, so I figured I would check these guys out. They are certainly very different from portugal, but still have a very good sound

Portland's finest

It's a shame this band isn't around anymore. Saw them once in Bremerton and they've left a lasting impression on me for the past 3 years. I'm not such a big fan of this post-hardcore-emo genre because alot of these bands sound the same, but this band blew everything else out of the water. Now there's Portugal The Man, which has ex members of this band. It's the complete opposite of what this band is but their music is interesting nonetheless, so Ill follow.


Formed: 2002 in Portland, OR

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Hailing from Portland (by way of Alaska), the emo/post-hardcore outfit Anatomy of a Ghost formed in the second half of 2002 and quickly amassed an underground fan base though their heavy Internet presence and energetic live show. Within months, the band's members -- vocalist John Gourley, drummer Nick Simon, bassist Zach Carothers, and guitarists Joe Simon and Dewey Halpaus -- had signed to the local indie label Rise Records. They toured nationwide during the summer of 2003 with Saosin and Boys Night...
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