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18 Candles: The Early Years

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For latecoming fans of screamo kingpins Silverstein, this disc will be a welcome surprise: it brings together the complete contents of the band's first two EPs, Summer's Stellar Gaze and When the Shadows Beam, along with a handful of bonus tracks including acoustic versions of "My Heroine" and "Call It Karma," three live recordings (among them a blistering rendition of "Bleeds No More" featuring guest vocals from Aiden's WiL), and — bizarrely — a dance (more or less) remix of "Smile in Your Sleep." The EPs are both full of charmingly off-kilter touches, such as the violin that takes center stage on several tracks (notably the fine "Waiting Four Years") and what is at times an almost Robert Fripp-ish approach to crosspicked guitar arpeggios. The earliest tracks are tightly played but recorded with a charmingly scruffy sound, and it isn't until the second EP that the screaming really starts in earnest. There are moments on that part of the program — especially on the nicely crafted "Dawn of the Fall" — when the band sounds something like a cross between the Cure and Hüsker Dü. The bonus tracks, too, are more than just filler: "My Heroine" suffers a bit from an out of tune guitar, and the band's vocal limitations are more exposed on the live version of "Discovering the Waterfront" than they tend to be in the studio, but there's an amazing energy to the live recordings and the remix is an enjoyable curiosity.

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So Silverstein is my favorite band, and I've yet to find ONE friggin' song I dislike in any way. This is a great CD. It's deep, and it does not disappoint. Silverstein is the real deal, they throw thereself into a river of music, make some songs, and come out with a golden CD(I know this is a compilation of older CDs and EPs). Of all the CDs I own, this is definitely my favorite. This is simply perfection.
Shane's lyrics are powerful and moving, and his gorgeous voice is the icing on his glorious cake. Josh and Neil can shred up the guitars. Billy can kick out that bass, and Paul can wail on the drums.
You guys are so talented, smart, and truly gifted. Best band ever. You'll always be my best friends, you have conversations with me about everyday of my life, without directly talking to me. Silverstein is great, just great. 5 stars is not enough to describe them.

Amazing album! Especially acoustic songs!

This album is by far their best one of all!! Went to go see them in concert yesterday, they never fail to please. Silverstein for life <3


Se formó en: 2000 en Burlington, Ontario, Canada

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '00s, '10s

Originally formed in 2000 as a side project, Silverstein were launched by vocalist Shane Told, guitarist Josh Bradford, drummer Paul Koehler, guitarist Richard McWalter, and bassist Bill Hamilton in Ontario, Canada. After diving into Ontario's hardcore/emo scene — which also included bands like Moneen and Grade — Silverstein found an audience for their particular brand of shimmering emo and hot-blooded post-hardcore. Silverstein's self-released EP, Summer's Stellar Gaze, was quite well...
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