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Fake History

Released on 18 April 2011

Artist: Letlive

4.0 out of 5 (2 customer reviews) | Write a review

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  1. Le Prologue
  2. The Sick, Sick, 6.8 Billion
  3. Renegade 86'
  4. Enemies [Enemigos]
  5. Casino Columbus
  6. Muther
  7. Homeless Jazz
  8. We The Pros Of Con
  9. H. Ledger
  10. Over Being Under
  11. Day 54
  12. Hollywood, And She Did
  13. Lemon Party
  14. This Mime [A Sex Symbol]

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 Average rating (2 reviews)

 One of the best albums i've heard in years.

| | See all Ashwell's reviews (4)

I cannot stress enough how much I love this album! In my opinion, this is easily the best and most important post hardcore album to come out since worship and tribute! Every song is killer but a few tracks really stand out such as 'The Sick, Sick 6.8 Billion', 'Casino Columbus', 'Homeless Jazz' and 'We, The Pros of Con'. Album of the past decade for sure.


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To be honest this album is fine for those who love shouty music, but Letlive. do not even compare to other loud bands like Bring Me The Horizon or Your Demise. some songs are oddly catchy and sound good, Casino Columbus is catchy and the Sick Sick 6.8 Billion is also a good song to listen to if youre angry. other than the aformentioned and Muther the rest are average and not too disimilar. Also having seen them as an live act they fail to capture a truley stunning live act onto CD. For Fans of Bring Me The Horizon, Your Demise and Asking Alexandra. Download Muthur and Homeless Jazz

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