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H2O - Use Your Voice (2015)

10-10-2015, 13:37
Music | Rock | Alternative | Punk | FLAC / APE

H2O - Use Your Voice (2015)

Artist: H2O
Title Of Album: Use Your Voice
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Bridge Nine Records
Genre: Punk, Alternative, Rock
Quality: flac lossless
Total Time: 00:22:11
Total Size: 161 mb
WebSite: itunes

01. Black Sheep
02. Skate!
03. Thick and Thin
04. Use Your Voice
05. Father Figure
06. From the Heart
07. Popage
08. Lyd
09. Still Dreaming
10. #NotRealLife
11. True Romance

New York City hardcore band H2O began as a group of friends headed by Sick of It All roadie Toby Morse, who would perform a song called "My Love Is Real" at shows where there was no opening act. Crowd response encouraged the band to give music a serious try, and their initial membership featured Morse (vocals), Rusty Pistachio (guitar), Eric Rice (bass), and Max Capshaw (drums). H2O's ability to write catchy, melodic riffs while retaining hardcore's full-throttle rush, as well as their straight-edge sensibility and obvious love of hardcore originators like Minor Threat, got them a following along the East Coast. After a European tour in 1995, Capshaw left the band, and ex-Outcrowd members Todd Morse (guitar; Toby's brother) and Todd Friend (drums) joined. H2O opened for such bands as the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Rancid, and No Doubt, and their self-titled debut was released in 1996. Their second album, Thicker Than Water, was issued by Epitaph in 1997; it featured new bassist Adam Blake (ex-Shelter). F.T.T.W., the band's third album, was released in 1999. Two years later, the band signed to MCA and issued Go!. The All We Want EP appeared in fall 2002.

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