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A Burning Water - We can see the sky from here
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A Burning Water - We can see the sky from here

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Kaj Roth Format: Album
Release date: 2005-06-28 Year: 2005
Label: National Progression
Genre: Alternative Rock
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A quartet based out of Santa Cruz, Ca; A Burning Water was formed in the winter of 2000 and is a mixture of Indie, Post-Hardcore and Rock.
Their music is a mix of intensity, melody, emotion, harmony and energy. "We can see the sky from here" is the band?s debut and a few tunes are really good like "So much you hide" and "A passing wish" while others are too non-melodic like an overdose of screamopunk.
This 10 track album also contains 3 instrumental atmospheric pieces - "Introduction","The instrumental" and "Echoes in the alcove" which all features some cool swirling guitarwork.
Talk about ups and downs on each and every song,it should?ve been more ups!

Tracklisting 1. Introduction
2. Out In The Dark
3. Missles And Markers
4. So Much You Hide
5. In Failed Attempts
6. This Is A Test
7. Retract
8. Instrumental
9. These Ruins
10. A Passing Wish
11. Patience Is Me


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