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Stand Up And Scream
Artist: Asking Alexandria
UPC: 00894587002225
Label: Sumerian/Ada
Genre: Popular Music
    OUR PRICE: $10.36  
Product Type: Compact Disc
Released: September 2009
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Weight: 0.20 lbs
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Track Listing
1 Alerion
2 I Used to Have a Best Friend (But Then He Gave Me an STD)
3 Prophecy, A
4 I Was Once Possibly Maybe Perhaps a Cowboy King
5 When Everyday's the Weekend
6 Final Episode, The (Let's Chang e Channel)
7 Candlelit Dinner with Inamorta, A
8 Nobody Don't Dance No More
9 Hey There Mr. Brooks - (featuring Shawn Milke)
10 Hiatus
11 If You Can't Ride Two Horses at Once You Should Get out of T
12 Single Moment of Sincerity, A
13 Not the American Average
Release Date : 2009
General Description : Performer
Muze Genre-sub class : Heavy Metal
Number of Discs : 1
Running Time : 48 minutes 8 seconds
Performance Recorded : Studio
Misc Note : Personnel: Ben Bruce (vocals, guitar). Audio Mixer: Joey Sturgis. Recording information: The Foundation Recording Studio. Photographer: Phill Mamula. The flurry of post-hardcore activity in the '00s is a formidable area to keep tabs on, even for hardened fans of heavy music; new hybrids continue to redefine the genre making for ever more unlikely, previously inconceivable, combinations. Enter U.K.-based unit Asking Alexandria, who blend screamo's angst-ridden intensity with the epic synthscapes and club-styled beats of trance-electronica. The band's debut, STAND UP AND SCREAM, true to its title, offers a lot of screaming (of the now standard melodic, emo-influenced variety), contrasted with growling (of the now standard metalcore variety), garnished with the occasional four-on-the-floor techno beat. And as seemingly grab-bag as that sounds, Asking Alexandra somehow make it all work, transitioning effortlessly from club stomp to blast beats, distorted guitar riffs to glossy synth arpeggios--a sure fire formula to help them stand apart from their increasingly similar-sounding compatriots.