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Cries of the Past

Underoath

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
July 4th, 2000
Catalog ID:
THR1019
Label:
Takehold Records
Format:
CD
Limitation:
3000 copies
Reviews:
7 reviews (avg. 82%)
1. The Last 07:42   Show lyrics
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2. Giving Up Hurts the Most 07:47   Show lyrics
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3. Walking Away 07:36   Show lyrics
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4. And I Dreamt of You 11:24   Show lyrics
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5. Cries of the Past 08:23   Show lyrics
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Band members
Dallas Taylor Vocals (lead)
Corey Steger Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing)
Octavio Fernandez Guitars (rhythm)
Aaron Gillespie Drums
Christopher Dudley Keyboards
Matthew Clark Bass
Miscellaneous staff
James Paul Wisner Producer
Dallas Taylor Vocals (lead)
Corey Steger Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing)
Octavio Fernandez Guitars (rhythm)
Aaron Gillespie Drums
Christopher Dudley Keyboards
Matthew Clark Bass
Read Mind Blowing 98% Nokturnal_Wrath February 26th, 2014
Read I Long for the Past... 70% ReapSoul964 June 28th, 2011
Read Underoath playing blackened... 85% Subrick December 31st, 2010
Read Well, I'll be damned... 90% literamaniac91 December 8th, 2007
Read Wait WHAT 65% TrooperOfThrash August 18th, 2007
Read O________O 82% JoeCapricorn July 22nd, 2007
Read Their best and most metal... 86% TheBlackPlague July 19th, 2007

The second and third song are out of order from the list on the jacket, with "Giving Up Hurts the Most" as the actual second track.

This album is collectively the most black metal-influenced album ever recorded by the band. The track "And I Dreamt of You" is Underoath's longest ever recorded song.

Added by: dust666 Modified by: MetalCuresHeadaches
Added on: 2007-07-14 15:42:43 Last modified on: 2014-05-31 04:25:49
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