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Discovering The Waterfront Vinyl LP

Craft RecordingsSKU lp-14146

fan fav 2005 sophomore effort, includes 'My Heroine' + 'Smile In Your Sleep'
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"18 years ago, Canadian five-piece Silverstein released their sophomore album, Discovering the Waterfront. After more than a year of non-stop touring with bands like Rise Against, Bayside, and Hawthorne Heights, Silverstein was eager to begin work on their sophomore album. Their first of several records with Grammy-winning producer Cameron Webb, Discovering the Waterfront found the band broadening their sound, as they integrated the urgency of punk rock and the catharses of hardcore with lyrical songwriting and infectious melodies. The result was a dynamic album that was chock-full of anthemic hooks, including the pop-punk opener 'Your Sword versus My Dagger,' 'Call It Karma,' and single 'Smile in Your Sleep.' Throughout, Shane Todd demonstrated the breadth of his vocal abilities – particularly in tracks like 'My Heroine,' in which he guided listeners through a rollercoaster of emotional balladry and ferocious breakdowns. Todd also displayed his sensitive side in the reflective 'Discovering the Waterfront,' which featured string arrangements and a performance by Yellowcard violinist, Sean Mackin. Now, as the Juno-nominated band celebrates more than two decades together, the long out-of-print album will return to vinyl." - Craft Recordings

  • black vinyl pressing
  • printed insert
  • original release year: 2005
  • music label: Craft Recordings 2023
UPC: 888072233188


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