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Bridges

by The Disappeared

Passion. Energy. Positivity. These are words The Disappeared have found to be a constant source of inspiration–in life and in music.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Hardcore Punk
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1. The City of Neighborhoods
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2. This Current State
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3. Like Knives
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4. Government Pay
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5. Origami Hearts
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6. Bridges
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7. No. 1 in Your Hearts
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8. Asleep At the Wheel
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9. What I Once Feared
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10. Sometimes Days Just End
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11. The House That Jones Built
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Passion. Energy. Positivity. These are words The Disappeared have found to be a constant source of inspiration–in life and in music. Since forming in 2006 and solidifying the current lineup in 2008, Brad Jokerst, Dan Johanning, Justin Haltmar, and Gabe Usery have continually put their hearts and souls into everything they do. That fire and devotion is apparent in every note of A Realization of Hope (2007) and The Radical Miracle(2009) and is undoubtedly felt through their show-stealing live performances. Whether they are playing a basement show, sharing the stage with a national act, or just riding bikes and drinking beer, the boys in The D. bring it full force every time.


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