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It's about time this album hit iTunes.

This is a great album that picks up right where Alice in Chains left us in the 90's.

From start to finish this is a good one to sit and listen to. The only song from this album that hit the radio was "step into the light", so try that one out first. After that "bitten" and "shadowpool" are are the standouts that show Dust for Life's range and songwriting.

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Great Record!

DFL toured extensively with CREED, 3 Doors Down, and Nickelback in 2000-2002. Step Into the Light and Seed were the 2 singles released. If you are a fan of DFL, check out Jason's(guitarist) new band: D.I.E.(Driving Into Eternity) You won't be disappointed. D.I.E. worked with Producer Travis Wyrick(10 Years, p.O.D., pillar, and Copper) this summer on their 5 song EP.

I agree With the other Reviews

This album is quite Essential to the new wave of rock that was gonna hit the mainstream back in the late 90s and early 00s, along with Sinner by Drowning Pool, Finger Eleven's Griest of Blue Skies, Hybrid Theory by Linkin Park, and Deftones' White Pony. Get this album it is great, and I strongly recondmend to get the tracks Poision, Dragonfly (best), and Step Into the Light as starters, best tracks on the album.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Tennessee's Dust for Life consists of Jason Hughes, Marc Gurley, Tim Fowler, Todd Scott and Gerard Jones. Their 1999 self-titled debut album introduced the group's brand of driven, melodic, slightly psychedelic hard rock. The period of time after their album release ended up being rather tumultuous, resulting in the departure of Gurley, Fowler,...
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