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Killing the Dream: Lucky MeLucky Me (2010)
Reviewer Rating: 3.5
Contributed by: OverDefinedOverDefined
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I really liked Killing the Dreamís first full-length, In Place Apart. It was just fast and angry hardcore with great production, touches of melody and one of Jake Bannonís best album covers. For their second release, the band had a major lineup change, including the replacement of the main music writer and both guitar players, and the result, Fractures, was a polarizing record with some people loving it and some people left wondering what exactly happened to the band. I found myself in the latter group. The band was definitely trying a different approach and the end product featured slower and looser playing that was clearly influenced by the Modern Life Is War and Life Long Tragedy-esque, desperation-filled approach so popular at that time.
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