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Saw these guys live in Dallas, Tx - touring for this album - I was blown away - I now own all 3 album they have produced - worth every penny!!!

Great "Official" Debut...

I bought this CD after hearing "Something More" on a new rock show. This wasn't Sinch's first release, but it was the first that most outside of Pennsylvania (including myself) had heard of them. I was initially disappointed. As the main review says, The songs are intricate and you don't know what to make of them at first. But after a few listens, this became my favorite CD of 2002. My only complaint is that one of the things that makes the songs edgy...the fact that you don't know what to expect...can be kind of annoying. On "Seven", it's genius. It builds from melody to pain that lashes out. On others, like "The Silent Acquiescence of Millions", the changes keep you from really getting into the groove of the song as much as you could otherwise. What I love about his album, and what the reviewer probably picked up on when he said that this band would be great, is the way that they bring everything together. Take the hard-hitting bass line in the intro "To Die In Fall". It comes together with the others in a synergy during the chorus, only to break apart again afterwards. Instead of a flashy solo on this song, it breaks tempo for a while, before coming together again for an incredible finish. It's this abiligy to synergize and create this energy to make their point that makes this band so different from ordinary ones. If you love alternative rock, kind of dark, with meaningful lyrics, buy this one. Give it a few listens and let it sink in. You will love it!


Formed: 1994 in Doylestown, PA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Originally formed during their high school days in 1994, the hard rock quartet Sinch -- Jamie Stem (vocals and sampler), Tony Lannutti (guitar and synth), Mike Abramson (bass), and Dan McFarland (drums) -- sounds like a throwback to such '90s Seattle rocks as Alice in Chains and Pearl Jam. 1996 saw the release of their self-issued debut album, The Strychnine, which resulted in steady shows along the East Coast, and two years later, their sophomore effort, Diatribe. The quartet widened their fan base...
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