Beyond 7 | Here and Now

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Here and Now

by Beyond 7

Bedazzling modern pop/rock with an indie alternative vibe.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Here and Now
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2. Over Me
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3. Life Is Good
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4. In Between
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5. Here I Go Again
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6. Underwater
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7. Happens All the Time
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8. A Whole Lot Better (live)
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Album Notes
Straddling the line between commercial success and steet credibility, Beyond 7 was formed from the ashes of 90's popsters Psychic Rain. Singer Greg Stoddard and guitarist Brian Stewart left the comfort of a major label to search for a fresh, exciting sound.

Add bassist Lenny Spickle and drummer Ruly Hinojosa to the mix and the radio-friendly tunes hit the listener as a cross between the alt/pop feel of Jimmy Eat World and the heartfelt appeal of Train and U2.

Stoddard and Stewart have had their songs featured in a Freddie Prinze, Jr. flick (Down to You (Miramax 2000)) and on tv's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." Strong hooks, in your face guitars and on target lyrics make "Here and Now" by Beyond 7 a frontrunner for many "Top Albums of 2002" lists.


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i like it
i like it. very poppy, very good. reminds me of nine days. good stuff...
also like the production on it


awesome cd
awesome cd. one of those ones you can listen to over and over. i especially like the live version of a whole lot better.

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Deja vu is really only fun when you actually figure out where the heck you've heard this before! Here's a hint: fangs, garlic cloves and a blonde chic that could kick a heart-shaped hole through Jackie Chan. Yes, this hard-hitting modern rock band caught the ears of Buffy the Vampire Slayer producers and hasn't stopped slaying the competition with their bewitching beats and demonically catchy hooks. Now we know where Buffy gets her gusto even if she should have just stayed dead.