2006
Label: Level Plane Records - LP98 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Translucent Green / "Coke Bottle" • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hardcore
Blocking Out The Stars - Life At These Speeds - To Your Health (Vinyl, LP, Album)

 · To Your Health, an Album by Life at These Speeds. Released 19 September on Level Plane (catalog no. LP98; CD). Genres: Post-Hardcore, Emo/5(2).

 · Life At These Speeds - To Your Health () but when I posted the self titled album by Life At These Speeds someone mentioned that they thought To Your Health was a stronger album. At that time I hadn't digested much of the album and it didnt sink in as immediately as the first album did. Songs like Blocking out the Stars offer another.

 · There is a definite melodic current that runs through the music of Life At These Speeds. It was hinted at on the band’s debut but on To Your Health, the melodicism shines through even on the album’s more hardcore songs. On the impressive back-to-back instrumentals “Going Out” and “Lights Please”, the band proves it is not afraid to Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins.

 · Life Cycles of Stars A star's life cycle is determined by its mass. The larger its mass, the shorter its life cycle. A star's mass is determined by the amount of matter that is available in its nebula, the giant cloud of gas and dust from which it was time, the hydrogen gas in the nebula is pulled together by gravity and it begins to spin. As the gas spins faster, it heats up and.

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  1. Faekree

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    To Your Health attempts to both expand and contract Life at These Speeds' music. Their self-titled LP is reminiscent of the more original emo styling of Embrace and Rites of Spring, due to their stripped down tones and more punk songwriting tactics. There aren't tons of arpeggios and riffs, but a lot of good chord progressions and octave melodies.

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