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The Possibility and the Promise (Deluxe Video Version)

Amber Pacific

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On the heels of their 2004 debut EP, Fading Days, the youthful Federal Way, WA-based emo-punk stalwarts in Amber Pacific return with a heightened presence of rock muscle on The Possibility and the Promise. Launching the album with the scorching, emotive "Everything We Were Has Become What We Are" — which goes so far as to incorporate a string section at one point — the bandmembers exhibit a musical depth beyond their early twenties, even if the simplistic Dashboard Confessional-like lyrics seem so high school. Still, frontman Matt Young is a star in waiting, as his peers borrow from everyone from Thrice to Matchbook Romance to AFI. Those punk and pop-punk inspirations aren't bad ones, as the hook-laden "Gone So Young" and the sappy punch of "The Right to Write Me Off" assure, and with time and little more ingenuity Amber Pacific could make the big time. ~ John D. Luerssen, Rovi

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This album is one of those few that you can completely enjoy from beginning to end. No risk of having to skip a track here. Each song brings back such wonderful memories of seeing the band live.
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Biography

Formed: 2002 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Seattle-based Amber Pacific first formed in 2002 as Follow Through while the guys were still juniors in high school. Hopeless Records heard some of the band's initial recordings and signed them up, and the combo made its debut as Amber Pacific in May 2004 with the Fading Days EP. The sound was urgent, slick punk-pop in the vein of Story of the Year, the Audition, and the All-American Rejects. Amber Pacific worked hard in the summer that followed, honing their skills as a touring band with dates on...
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Alternative, Punk
  • Released: May 24, 2005

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