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Awesome..

I love Halifax. I heard this band back in '04 and couldn't get enough. Their lyrics are right to the point and sound is wicked.

love

I got this album for free about two years ago at a music store and i love it. Every song has so much emotion poured into it. This is a great album!

Sooooo good...

I love this album. I fell in love with this band the first time I saw them play. I love all the songs in this album, but with a gun to my head, I pick Broken Glass Syndrome.

Biography

Formed: 2002 in Thousand Oaks, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Halifax is a five-piece pop-punk/emo-rock band out of Southern California. Comprised of Mike Hunau (vocals), Chris Brandt (guitar/vocals), Tommy Guindon (drums), Adam Charles (guitar), and Doug Peyton (bass) by the mid-2000s, the group owed much of its rabidly loyal fan base to constant touring and huge amounts of Internet exposure on sites like www.purevolume.com and www.myspace.com. The band formed in 2002; later that year they issued Start Back at Start, a fairly typical emo-pop offering, on ECA...
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