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Album Review

Since Title Fight's first full-length CD, The Last Thing You Forget, was largely a compendium of its previous singles and EP, Shed may be considered its first album recorded as such, though, with a running time under half-an-hour for 12 tracks, some may think of it as another EP. Group members Jamie Rhoden (vocals, guitar), Shane Moran (guitar), Ned Russin (bass), and Ben Russin (drums) rarely devote as much as three minutes each to these punk rock songs, with the guitars slashing out simple chords and the rhythm section shifting tempos, sometimes seemingly without intending to. Rhoden's voice is a husky, nasal shout, the better to express punk attitude, though he can turn philosophical, as he does on "Where Am I?" ("Maybe there's nothing, only this moment"). Many bands get more sophisticated, or at least tighter, as they become more technically accomplished, thereby losing some of their punk edge. That hasn't happened to Title Fight yet, who still sound like they're learning their way around their instruments on Shed, and continue to be fresh, if somewhat semi-professional.

Customer Reviews

oh yeah!

Title Fight is a hardcore punk-ish band from Kingston, Pennsylvania. I've been listening to them for 2 years now & this debut on side one dummy is possibly their most technical collection of songs yet! love it! i know a lot of people don't like screaming music, but i'd call this a little more yelling than screaming, but none-the-less if you're a little weary on this song, you should totally check out the songs one of the guitarists (Jamie) sings: Anaconda Sniper, Loud & Clear, and probably their most popular song Memorial Field (amongst others). Trust me, these guys will grow on you!

BUY IT!!

Album is MAAAD Tight!! To anyone who loves "The Last Thing You Forget", this is a must own! Title Fight does not disappoint :D

At this point, I think I'll automatically love anything Title Fight puts out.

This album is soooooo sick! I don't know if I love it more than "Last Thing You Forget", but I love the production quality more and I really like Safe In Your Skin. Super nice vocals, clean and rough. It's safe to say though that they've improved a ton. They aren't a little band from Kingston anymore. They're on top of the Hardcore scene.

They are sooooo sick live too. They're in my top 3 shows that I've ever been to, the other ones being La Dispute and Defeater.

When it comes down to it, there's no way you'll regret buying this album. However, you will regret it if you don't buy it right now, then end up buying it a few months from now and say to yourself finding out what you've been missing out on.

You've been warned. Now buy it. This band's music makes me so happy.

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Kingston, PA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2003 in Kingston, Pennsylvania, Title Fight serves as a throwback to the early days of emo and post-hardcore, combining a driving, guitar-driven sound with anxious and gravelly hardcore vocals. The group initially formed as a trio consisting of Jamie Rhoden on guitar and vocals, as well as twin brothers Ned Russin and Ben Russin on bass and drums, eventually adding guitarist Shane Moran in 2005. The band released a number of singles and EPs that would eventually be compiled on 2009’s The...
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