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The mid-nineties were an interesting time in the world of hardcore. Bands were experimenting, pushing the boundaries of what was posthardcore or indie-rock, and still punk. Greyhouse ignored the constraints of these different genres, choosing to write songs that represented their thoughts and emotions-the way music is supposed to. Whilst many formulaic and generic bands conformed nicely into one of the genres the scene had splintered into, Greyhouse found their own sound. Taking influences from many, but sounding like none, they represent this era of hardcore in a way that no other does. Forever a band playing basements, not releasing records, and never touring, they are the best kept secret of that time. This is beyond overdue.
The mid-nineties were an interesting time in the world of hardcore. Bands were experimenting, pushing the boundaries of what was posthardcore or indie-rock, and still punk. Greyhouse ignored the constraints of these different genres, choosing to write songs that represented their thoughts and emotions-the way music is supposed to. Whilst many formulaic and generic bands conformed nicely into one of the genres the scene had splintered into, Greyhouse found their own sound. Taking influences from many, but sounding like none, they represent this era of hardcore in a way that no other does. Forever a band playing basements, not releasing records, and never touring, they are the best kept secret of that time. This is beyond overdue.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: SIB
Rel. Date: 04/16/2016
UPC: 603111710914

Dives to the Deep End
Artist: Greyhouse
Format: Vinyl
New: IN STOCK! $19.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Twenty - Six
2. RTMD
3. Scissors Paper Stone
4. Automatic
5. Ever Nearing Joy
6. Left Unjustified
7. Value Story
8. Johnny's Temple
9. She Threw Things at Me 1
10. Taking Gate/Offer 1
11. Tough S*#t 1
12. Pansy 1
13. Man in a Suit 1
14. Satchel 1
15. James 1
16. Hiball 1
17. Rose for Lindsey 1
18. One Hour Fire Rated 1
19. We Know We Are the Engine 2
20. Radio Nueva Vida

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The mid-nineties were an interesting time in the world of hardcore. Bands were experimenting, pushing the boundaries of what was posthardcore or indie-rock, and still punk. Greyhouse ignored the constraints of these different genres, choosing to write songs that represented their thoughts and emotions-the way music is supposed to. Whilst many formulaic and generic bands conformed nicely into one of the genres the scene had splintered into, Greyhouse found their own sound. Taking influences from many, but sounding like none, they represent this era of hardcore in a way that no other does. Forever a band playing basements, not releasing records, and never touring, they are the best kept secret of that time. This is beyond overdue.
        
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