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OMG! an album of great songs!! Rare!!

I saw this band in Dayton over a summer and freaked. Every song is soooo good. "Where it Ends", "Back Again", "Lets Not Pretend" are all amazing along with "Coming Home". They were fantastic live and the album is insane. Some of the best songs in years. They will break. Everyone I turn it on to loves it. So good to hear such great songs.

Wow... An amazing album

I am amazed that these guys could produce an album this good and this deep the first time out of the gate. Their music is instantly familiar but also fresh. Its been a long time since I purchased a whole album. I usually buy a lot of Alt singles because usually there are only a few good songs on any album. This one rocks beginning to end. Well worth the 8 bux.

This is a "must have" album

This album actually turned out to be a really good album beginning to end. Their single "Back Again" is such a great song, I was really afraid that it was going to be all down hill from there, but I was proven wrong. Coming Home and Daylight are two of the songs on the album that are SOO good. This is definitely worth $8. Buy It!


Formed: 2006 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Los Angeles-based adult alternative rock group 16 Frames are the main vehicle for lead singer/songwriter Steve Sulikowski. Active since 2006, 16 Frames also feature the talents of guitarist Josh Dunahoo, bassist Dylan Wilson, and drummer Daniel James. Taking their cues from the passionate alt-rock of bands like U2 and the Goo Goo Dolls, 16 Frames have appeared on several television...
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Where It Ends, 16 Frames
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  • $5.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Adult Alternative
  • Released: Mar 24, 2009

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