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36! 36! 36! 36! 36!!!!

Always loved these guys and always will and an awesome 5th studio album! Still rocking heavy after all these years. Here's many more from our beloved Alaskan legends!!

Great Album!!

I have been listening to these guys ever since "Bitterness The Star", and every album does take on it's own entity. I cant find one bad song of theirs. On ANY of the albums that they have put out. This one especially, has a very intersting vibe to it. The Opening track "In the Midnights" is a great way to Start the CD. It EXPLODES!! It also has a great atmosphere to it that you usually feel at one of their shows. "Whitewater" dosn't stop. "Long Road To Late Nights" is a great reflective song. One that you would listen to when you need to just stop and think or calm yourself from a situation. "Reviver" is a good "radio" riendly song that just like "We Gave It Hell" on the last record, is still heavy and catchy and honestly is my song that I honestly listen to when im walking into work. I've suffered a great family loss recently and had a huge promotioon at work and trying to change my life around and "Reviver" has been a good song to listen to and represent all of the "new life" that i'm trying to build. "Caving In Spirals" hits a nerve for me to. Deserter is incredible for the guys to the album. A little heavier than what im used to for the guys. But I listen to heavier music than theirs and I can say "WOW"! Now, for the unexpected "Waterhaul 2", I will honestly say that it brought a few tears to my eyes when I read the track listing online for the new album before it came out. And when I listened to it, Iwas more than blown away. I was in a state of awe for the whole song and feel myself inside of the song in a sense. In a general opinion of the new CD, I am in awe. love this new piece from them and love and support them for EVERYTHING that they have gave to us. The new album has me in a state of AWE and im impressed and am without ANY bit of dsiapointment. I love it and this is my opinion of it. I hope that someone will read this and feel the urge to listen to it and appreciate their work as much as I have!! Thank you! And THANK YOU 36!!!

Alaska grown

These guys once again make us Alaskans proud of out metal!


Formed: December, 1994 in Anchorage, AK

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Equal parts emo and metal, Portland, OR, quartet 36 Crazyfists -- named after a Jackie Chan movie -- comprised members Brock Lindow (vocals), Steve Holt (guitar/vocals), Mick Whitney (bass), and Thomas Noonan (drums). Originally formed in December of 1994 in Anchorage, AK, the quartet played out locally before relocating to Portland (after the death of their original bassist), opening up for the likes of System of a Down, Primus, blink-182, and NOFX, among others. The quartet eventually signed to...
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Collisions and Castaways [Deluxe Edition], 36 Crazyfists
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