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Have Heart - Songs To Scream At The Sun flac album
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Have Heart - Songs To Scream At The Sun flac album

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Album:
Songs To Scream At The Sun
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Style:
Hardcore
MP3 archive size:
1232 mb
FLAC archive size:
1224 mb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
484

Tracklist

A1 The Same Son
A2 Bostons
A3 Pave Paradise
A4 On That Bird In The Cage
A5 Brotherly Love
B1 No Roses, No Skies
B2 The Taste Of The Floor
B3 Reflections
B4 Hard Bark On The Family Tree
B5 The Same Sun

Credits

  • Bass – Ryan Briggs
  • Drums – Shawn Costa
  • Guitar – Kei Yasui, Ryan Hudon
  • Vocals – Patrick Flynn

Notes

3rd Pressing: 1000 copies on clear blue vinyl.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
B9R096 Have Heart Songs To Scream At The Sun ‎(CD, Album) Bridge Nine Records B9R096 US 2008
B9R096 Have Heart Songs To Scream At The Sun ‎(LP, Album, Num, TP) Bridge Nine Records B9R096 US 2008
B9R096 Have Heart Songs To Scream At The Sun ‎(LP, Album, RP, Ora) Bridge Nine Records B9R096 US 2010
B9R096 Have Heart Songs To Scream At The Sun ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd, Ora) Bridge Nine Records B9R096 US 2015
B9R096 Have Heart Songs To Scream At The Sun ‎(LP, Album, Whi) Bridge Nine Records B9R096 US 2008


Have Heart's lyrics cover a variety of subjects from the hardcore scene to a much larger scale. Many topics include self-image and its transition to popular media, the straight edge lifestyle, self-control and respect, pacifism, pressure (especially youth pressure), perseverance, self-destruction, friendship, and family.

Features Song Lyrics for Have Heart's Songs To Scream At The Sun album. Have Heart - Songs To Scream At The Sun Album Lyrics. 1. Reflections Lyrics.

Empowerment Freedom Guys Night Out. Have Heart. But that said, in a day and age when it's arguably more common than ever to start softening your sound in hopes of crossover success, there's something quite noble in Have Heart's approach, as displayed throughout their harder-than-nails 2008 release, Songs to Scream at the Sun. Frontman Pat Flynn is your typical hardcore barker, as evidenced by such ditties as "Bostons" and "No Roses, No Skies. And even when Have Heart take the intensity down a notch or two - such as on the track "Brotherly Love" - it's still more intense than your average.

From the most basic of viewpoints I can see that Have Heart’s members are energetic and obviously capable musicians, but capable doesn’t mean good. Each song more or less follows the same patterns, there’s nothing particularly awe-inspiring throughout the album. The instrumental work is standard fare for the genre, obviously this isn’t the type of music you’re going to hear odd-time signatures and shred-filled riff passages, but it’s incredibly boring when you’re assailed with chugging riffs and breakdowns and little else. In fact dullness is the major problem with the album, a ton of the songs just blend together into a big mess of by-the-book hardcore and they leave the listener in a state of boredom and confusion. However, the average musicianship could be overlooked if the band’s vocalist wasn’t a bargain bin singer.

And even when Have Heart take the intensity down a notch or two - such as on the track "Brotherly Love"-it's still more intense than your average up-and-coming hardcore band," giving the album a . /5 . Growth is all well and good but in this case, it feels forced in every wa.