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The Sufferer And The Witness

Released on 03 July 2006

Artist: Rise Against

5.0 out of 5 (13 customer reviews) | Write a review

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  1. Intro/Chamber The Cartridge
  2. Injection
  3. Ready To Fall
  4. Bricks
  5. Under The Knife
  6. Prayer Of The Refugee
  7. Drones
  8. Approaching Curve
  9. Worth Dying For
  10. Behind Closed Doors
  11. Roadside
  12. Good Left Undone
  13. Survive
  14. Built To Last

customer Reviews

 Average rating (13 reviews)

 A Blistering Album

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Rise against have grabbed thousands of ears and spread their sound through the bodies of those they infect to just scream along and jump and dance and cause chaos in bedrooms and parties over the world.

a little less politics in this album and more teenage feeling at times, but still hits all the nerves inside you that make you just say "wow"

this album is certain to continue the legacy that will become the rise against story.

from the first track it hits you and hits you hard. tracks you can't sit still to listening, songs that make you want to play the guitar or the drums or the bass or just sing and scream and relate!

injection, worth dying for, bricks, survive, good left undone are to name but a few highlights, heart racing songs, pounding into you soul with fist of emotions. tims lyrics are so story board at times and so poetic, words and phrases that no one else could write or even think of, no one else could make work.

songs to riot to are accompanied by songs to cry to. roadside is the slowest of the albums offerings, a powerful song that leaves a footprint on the listener.

the amazing and possibly best song on the album is the approaching curve. not my favourite, not a mosh pit or fight song. but a clever story of a car ride with tension and a sense they have come to an end in their journey but not in the car.

this record is essential to any rocker or emo kid with a clenched fist and a broken heart!



| | See all DeclanMcl123's reviews (5)

"The Sufferer And The Witness" is a truly amazing album produced by a band filled with talent.
The album flows perfectly from the dramitic opening to the fast paced end. With tracks like "Injection", "Under The Knife" and "Prayer of the Refugee" standing out, Rise against have outdone themselves.
Every song is fantastic and I would definately reccomend this album to anyone with a love for music!

 An amazing piece of musical genius

| | See all SheIsCalledLalaa's reviews (2)

This has to be one of my favourite Rise Against albums. It catches you from the start and is a rollercoaster of riffs, fast lyrics, slow melodies and catchy choruses the whole way through. There isn't a song on this album that I don't like. Definately one you can listen to all the way through without skipping anything. A really worthwhile purchase. Anyone who likes Three Days Grace or Breaking Benjamin would probably enjoy this album.
Buy It!


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A truely breath taking album, great lyrics, great tempo of songs and huge choruses. Roadside is beautiful and the other 13 songs will have you moshing around in your bedroom or car.


 Great album

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this has to be one of my favourite albums. i like every song except one on this album. Highlights include 'worth dying for' 'survive' 'ready to fall' and 'behind closed doors'. all the other songs bar 1 are great but the above are my main favourites. built to last is the only song i dont like on the album because im not a fan of screamo. i would recommend this to anyone thats a fan of bands like breaking benjamin, sum41 and three days grace

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