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This Is Where the Fight Begins

The Ghost of a Thousand

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Customer Reviews

Excellent debut from uk hardcore upstarts

A very impressive first album. Sounds like Gallows meets Every Time I Die for crumpets and tea.

Great Album

The sound is great, it reminds me of Gallows but with something different. I like it despite the similarities and think it is a noteworthy collection any hardcore fan should add to their library.

Amazing album

More dynamic than your typical, run-of-the-mill hardcore band. A great listen from start to finish.

Biography

Formed: 2004 in Brighton, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Formed in Brighton, England, in late 2004, punk rock act Ghost of a Thousand quickly won critical praise for their particular brand of aggression. Members Andy Blyth (guitar), Jag Jago (guitar), Memby Jago (drums), Tom Lacey (vocals), and Gez Walton (bass) had an extremely busy 2007, releasing their debut album, This Is Where the Fight Begins, touring with the Zico Chain and Flood of Red, and playing sets at the Reading and...
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