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Great band

Can't believe they broke up! Need to reform!

Terrible recording

It's awkward just how awful this recording sounds in comparison to their two previous albums, both of which I think sound incredible. This album sounds as if it was recording on a computer with no mixing, and certainly no mastering. It's mixed so poorly that they don't even sound like the same band as the previous albums.

What Happened?

The Coast's first two albums are probably the best albums to come out in a long time, but this record is horrible. doesn't even sound like the same band and it looks like whoever wrote all the songs before was no where to be found on this piece of crap. I am a musician so I know how hard it is to write songs but I am saddened this is the last album to come from one of my favorite bands. Go buy Expatriate, every song on that album is amazing.

Biography

Formed: 2005 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Brothers Jordan Melchiorre (drums) and Luke Melchiorre (bass), along with Ian Fosbery (guitar/keyboards) and Benjamin Spurr (vocals/guitar), create the hypnotic melodies of the Coast. For a brief time, the band was known as the July 26th Movement and issued the Take a Walk Outside EP in 2004; however, the Toronto-based indie rock outfit opted to change some things around to form the Coast in 2005, borrowing the name from a song on Paul Simon's The Rhythm of the Saints album. They went on to wow club...
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