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We Recommend - Children 18:3, 'Children 18:3'

Monday, May 25, 2009

We Recommend - Children 18:3, 'Children 18:3'

I was actually introduced to Children 18:3 right here on this site and, upon reading David Goodman's honest and accurate review, I ventured into purchasing the album that same day. I don't mean to sound like a die-hard fan here, but this album carries with it what you might find to be the most memorable collection of sounds you've heard in a long time. The album hurries through each track with intensity and fall-off-the-bone goodness, keeping you wedged somewhere in-between feeling like you're finally a part of something bigger than yourself and wanting to make some kind of epic, significant change in your world. All I plead is that you keep an open heart and mind for this record, as it is a wild ride and a real poetic experience. - Ben Cardenas

Children 18:3
Children 18:3 (2008)

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Our synopsis: "A solid bundle of sound and easily one of the strongest and most memorable punk rock releases of 2008." (Recommended by JFH's Ben Cardenas)
Perfect For: Awakening, Reflection, Venting
Song Highlights: "All My Balloons", "LCM", "You Know We're All So Fond Of Dying", "Even Sleeping", and "Homemade Valentine"

So, what are your thoughts on and experiences with the album Children 18:3? Do you recommend it? If so, why?

           
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