Seven Day Sonnet | Reprisal

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Reprisal

by Seven Day Sonnet

Debut album produced by Brett Hestla (ex-Creed, ex-Dark New Day, ex-Virgos Merlot, Framing Hanley, Tantric). This is an unforgettably emotive, hard-hitting, powerfully melodic eleven song album! A must have for fans of Breaking Benjamin & Sevendust!
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. All Fall Down
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4:44 album only
2. The Butcher
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3:34 album only
3. Preach To Me
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3:47 album only
4. I Am the Son
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3:19 album only
5. Head First
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3:57 album only
6. Saturdays
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4:10 album only
7. Jamie
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3:53 album only
8. Just In Time
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3:39 album only
9. Sold Your Soul
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3:20 album only
10. New Shoes
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11. A Solitary Existence
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Produced and mixed by Dark New Day/Virgos Merlot front man Brett Hestla, the mastermind behind Framing Hanley, Signum A.D., and Tantric's latest effort "Mind Control." Seven Day Sonnet's debut album "REPRISAL" is Modern Hard Rock/Alternative Metal at its finest. From the heavy handedness of "All Fall Down" and "The Butcher" to the ballad "Saturdays" and the sweeping electronic backdrop throughout "A Solitary Existence," this album showcases the full spectrum of the human condition and presents the listener with a true aesthetic experience.


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erik

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This album has been a staple on my mp3 player since I bought it about a year ago. I just love listening to it from start to finish. The recording sounds astonishingly good in my earphones. The songs are captivating lyrically and musically. Everything just works amazingly well. It's far and away my best discovery on CD baby. I usually look at 20-30 albums and buy two. It's been 5 years or so since this came out. I'd love to hear more music from this band.