SilverStein - Discovering The Waterfront. Audio CD Released: August 16, 2005 (Included DVD 2 - Disc album) Label: Victory Records Genre: Pop-Punk Anticipation Level: . (Out of 10). According to Victory Records this was one of the most anticipated sophomore albums this year, but I beg to differ. Tracklisting 1. Your Sword Versus My Dagger 2. Smile in Your Sleep 3. Ides of March 4. Fist Wrapped in Blood 5. Discovering the Waterfront 6. Defend You 7. My Heroine 8. Always and Never 9. Already Dead 10. Three Hours Back.
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Discovering The Waterfront. Strings – Sean MackinViola, Cello – Rodney WirtzViolin – Rodney Wirtz, Sean Mackin. DVD Contents : -A Victory Films Presentation : Silverstein - Discovering The Waterfront -Behind Bayside - An Inside Look Into The World Of Bayside.
Band Name Silverstein. Album Name Discovering the waterfront. Erscheinungsdatum 16 August 2005. Labels Victory Records. Musik GenreEmo Metal. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen49. 1. Your Sword Vs My Dagger. 2. Smile in Your Sleep. 4. Fist Wrapped in Blood. 5. Discovering the Waterfront.
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Redirected from Three Hours Back). Discovering the Waterfront is the second studio album by Canadian post-hardcore band Silverstein. The album was promoted with three music videos for the tracks "Smile in Your Sleep", "Discovering the Waterfront", and "My Heroine". Webb also engineered and mixed the album.
Silverstein avoids the n-7/8-guitar-break doldrums in a couple of ways. Importantly, they keep the screaming to a tasteful minimum, using it as a spice rather than a main ingredient. By so doing, they ensure that the screaming actually carries emotional meaning instead of turning into aural wallpaper. Equally importantly, they deliver their beautiful melodies and tight, rich harmonies with just as much muscle as they do their more abrasive moments, which keeps either aspect of their sound from coming across as just a gimmick