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Regulate The Chemicals
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The entire album feels like a side project of someone that doesn't normally dabble in indie rock; its song aesthetics are uninspired and generic, and completely by-the-numbers. What exactly is by-the-numbers when it comes to indie" Well, you can get a good idea of how this record sounds by reading this statement: unremarkable clean vocals and bass work, basic drumming and clean guitar picking and strumming. Unfortunately, repeated listens haven't reaped any different results. Regulate the Chemicals isn't bad, but the 11 (good) songs blend together to create a forgettable package. I can't even say that the songs distinguish themselves from one another; everything is slow to mid-tempo and it all has the same ingredients.

Regulate the Chemicals was released on Takehold Records and followed by a summer of extensive touring. In January 2001, Jake Brown left the band. In 2002, Takehold was acquired by Tooth & Nail Records, and the record label would re-release the band's second album, remastered with additional tracks added. In April 2003, Twothirtyeight disbanded on good terms; members choosing to pursue their individual dreams. Lead vocalist Chris Staples went on to front the indie rock band Discover America. The band fully reunited on September 21 to play a show in Atlanta, Georgia, followed by an appearance at Deluna Fest on the 23rd, and.

Regulate the Chemicals. 1. The Hands of Men. 0. 2. Hands Of Men, The. - Discover America. 6. Coin-Laundry Loser - Regulate The Chemicals Album Version. 7. The Sticks Are Woven In the Spokes.

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With the exception of the name (which might have come from Daniel or Luke, but probably Acts) and the label, it would be difficult to immediately label Twothirtyeight as a contemporary Christian act, though this has more to do with the earnestness and yearning of the whole emo genre circa the early 2000s than it does a lack of conviction on behalf. The melancholic and down-tuned "Songs Will Write the Words" with its pretty harmony leads a pack of average molten-core melodies that don't stand out nearly as much.

BPM Profile Regulate the Chemicals. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by twothirtyeight. You Should Be Living. Matter Has a Breaking Point.

Regulate the Chemicals is an album by indie rock band Twothirtyeight. The album was originally released in 2000 through Takehold Records. It was pressed on vinyl by the now-defunct BlessedKilling Records in 2001. When Twothirtyeight signed to Tooth & Nail Records, Regulate the Chemicals was re-released with the songs "The Sticks Are Woven In The Spokes" and "Les Wirth". Chris Carrabba contributed backing vocals on the album. The album was re-released on vinyl in 2009 by Recession Records.