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Dying For a Living (Bonus Track Version)

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LOVING THIS!

Don't normally write reviews, but had to say that I'm not sure how I stumbled across this, but am glad I did! Love every song on this album and definitely can't wait for more!

Amazing

Red Line Chemistry is amazing. refreshing to hear some good rock, especially their song Ultragigantor

Love this album!

This was such a great purchase. Yes, some of the tracks remind me somewhat of Alice in Chains, but I never liked Alice in Chains so they aren't that similar. This band has great talent and I can't wait for more music to come out.

Plastic Masquerade is my favorite track, but I liked them all. This isn't one of those albums where you like the song from the radio and maybe 1 or 2 others. They're all great. Love these guys!

Biography

Formed: 2004 in Kansas City, MO

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Originally known as Penumbra, Tom Brown (bass, vocals), Mike Mazzarese (percussion), Dave Fyten (guitar, vocals), and Andrew Breit (guitar, keyboards, vocals) recruited Brett Ditgen for lead vocal duties and became Red Line Chemistry in 2004. The hard rock group released an EP the same year and received radio support in its native Kansas City, MO, before following up with its full-length debut, Chemical High and a Hand...
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