Lost in Existence

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Nom du groupe Scarlett O'Hara
Nom de l'album Lost in Existence
Type Album
Date de parution 14 Septembre 2010
Labels Rise Records
Produit par Joey Sturgis
Style MusicalPost Hardcore
Membres possèdant cet album9


1. Welcome to the Brodeo 01:43
2. Empires 03:18
3. Dude, You're Being that Guy 03:28
4. Call It Reckless 04:20
5. Lost in Existence 04:10
6. Not All Texans Wear Cowboy Hats 02:57
7. I Make My Own Karma 02:19
8. Watch Where You're Christopher Walken 03:10
9. You Can't Wrestle Swordfish in Tampa 03:25
10. Where in the World Is Earthworm Jim 03:48
Total playing time 32:38

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Commentaire @ Travissaur

22 Décembre 2010


3 of 16 thought this review was well written

Rise Helped Scarlett O'Hara? I think not.

What label Rise Records really did to the band, was take the tiny shred of potential they had, and put it through their factory of producing a sound that is feeding the crowd of hungry 12 year olds. If you had listened to any of their Demos (particularly "Where In The World Is Earthworm Jim?" or "You Can't Wrestle A Sword Fish In Texas") you might have thought what I did, that this band is extremely generic in every aspect and tries to be BR00T4L in every aspect.

But they had potential with the Demos, they were fun. Not meant to be taken seriously in anyway, except perhaps their lyrics, but honestly after hearing their sound I didn't care to.

A few moments here and there where this band is actually fun to listen to still, for example the intro to I Make My Own Karma is sort of interesting and fun to listen to, or The Intro to Earthworm Jim (and even still rise managed to ruin this intro, check the Demo it's more fun sounding). But moments like this are rare.

If you've been noticing my frequent use of the word fun, is that's because that's all this band is. If you're biased against music like don't even listen to their Demos. But above all, DON'T LISTEN TO THIS ALBUM.

I posted this as a review cause I'm pretty sure no one else was going to do one, but they're so generic and simple there's really not much to talk about.

I will end with.. bleh rise.

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