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Stop with the Coldplay references

I don't know, but I would suspect that the members of Sparta would be very disappointed to hear that some idiot compared them to Coldplay.

It's great. I recommend it.

Threes is a great follow up to Sparta's sophmore release Porcelian. Being such a huge fan of their first record, Wiretap Scars, I have to hold all of their work next that album and just see how good a job have they done growing from it while keeping that chemistry to write such moving work. While Threes may fall short of Wiretap Scars I can't say that it's much less of a record. It's obviously taken from a different approach with a whole new palate of emotions. Sparta has a knack for creating such moving swells in their songs. They keep your attention. Lyricly, Threes is brutaly honest. There is a dark tone throughout the record with a hint of hope. I think the band is collectivly influenced by bands such as U2 and Coldplay. They're amazing musicians and I'm proud of their latest work. Pick up Threes. If you don't get into immediately, it will grow on you. - Joey

thrid times a charm

threes is no dissipointment. its better then there other stuff. but thats just my opinion


Formed: 2001 in El Paso, TX

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

When At the Drive-In announced a hiatus in March 2001, co-founder Jim Ward (vocals/guitar) immediately started working with bandmates Paul Hinojos (guitar) and Tony Hajjar (drums) under the Sparta moniker. El Paso native and Belknap bassist Matt Miller joined the band several months later. Within a year, the punk-inspired four-piece had a deal with Dreamworks, and in March 2002, released the Austere EP. Five months later, Sparta issued the full-length, Wiretap Scars. The band returned two years later...
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