The Killing Field | Hope

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Hope

by The Killing Field

Edgy power pop with a rockin' socio-political bent.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Everything Stops
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2. Miscommunication
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3. Heaven Knows
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4. Begin Again
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5. Someday
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6. A Blessing
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7. Crown Prince Of Nothing
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8. Outside Looking In
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9. Been There Before
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10. Addicted To Carolyn
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11. When Is Now
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12. Down With You
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13. Strength
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14. Ian's Song
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15. Postcard From Holland
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
An impassioned quartet that combines elements of REM, Tears For Fears and U-2 into their presentation. Lead vocalist/acoustic guitarist Michael Stanford, lead guitarist Daniel Gallo, bassist/keyboardist Kennedy Payne Bassist Todd Braden and Drummer Scott Mattern composed emotionally charged numbers that rang true with a growing number of loyal fans. The band worked extremely hard to establish a strong following. Their efforts came to fruition in choice headliner gigs at clubs such as Key Largo and Satyricon. They generated serious interest from Atlantic and Mercury records.
The members Killing Field could be described as not just a band but also a very dynamic group of good friends.


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Dany

Amazing
Just found this incredible record thru last.fm/discover and it's amazing. Unbelievable it's almost 20 years old but I'm really happy to have found it here on cdbaby! I'm a huge U2 fan and also like REM a lot and you can find both in their sound combined with their own unique style. It rocks. Buy that!