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Monday, 14 December 2015

SING! SING! PRISON

GenresPunk / Rock / Post-Hardcore / Emo / Garage / Alternative
Related artistsMatt Leech and American Tourist and the Karaoke Singers.
CountryHarrisonburg, Virginia USA
Years Active2004-2009
Song: "Making the Clouds Bleed"
Album: "Mass Movement Of The Moth split"
Year: 2005
For fans ofSerotonin, The Blood Brothers, Encrypt Manuscript, Q And Not U, The Vogue, Soiled Doves, Despistado, Algernon Cadwallader, The Get Up Kids, Life At These Speeds, KC Milian and Hercules Hercules.
Label(s): Pink Noise Records / Voyage Sound Research
This post's artist is from the November 2015 Mix. This is track #6.
You can download: the December Mix#12 right here or get the new January 2016 Mix#1 here.

SING! SING! PRISON was an emo-rock band with some minor post-hardcore leanings who got their name from Alcatraz. The mostly whispered and occasionally sassed instrumentals can sound very reminiscent of bands such as Serotonin, Encrypt Manuscript and Despistado - without being as good as any of them. Truth be told, the main reason this is here (perhaps the only reason this is here) is because of their split with Mass Movement Of The Moth's "Making the Clouds Bleed" being a very cool post-punk/sass track. The rest of the discography is more emo based and not really my cup of tea. "Kindling Scaffold for Kindred Hearts" is worth mentioning because of both its 7:33 length and the epic nature of the song, which is quite different than the rest of their stuff. "Staples and Tape" has some tribal D'Amore and a lot of Q And Not U going on which is pretty cool. "Everything is Hardly Enough" is a pretty sweet song that reminds me of Serotonin meets The Get Up Kids. They have instrumentals down but the vocal delivery isn't always there. They vary from whispering to mildly snotty/sassy shouting and work best when paired with the jarring, heavier and even jazzier sounding stuff, although the beautiful "Verbatim" throws my argument on its side cuz that softer, resonating song is pretty sweet.

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DISCOGRAPHY
Click )==>here<==( to download the band's complete discography in mp3 form.

2004 - Demos?

2005 - Mass Movement Of The Moth split 7"EP

2009 - Discography digitalLP

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(2005) SING! SING! PRISON - "Making the Clouds Bleed" (from 'Mass Movement Of The Moth' split)

(2004) SING! SING! PRISON - "Verbatim" (from 'Discography')

(2004) SING! SING! PRISON - "Everything Is Hardly Enough" (from 'Discography')

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SING! SING! PRISON out of print mp3 discography download

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