WORDS AWAY: These Past Weeks CD. Pure pop punk n post hardcore ecstasy. Check all samples video
WORDS AWAY: These Past Weeks CD. Pure pop punk n post hardcore ecstasy. Check all samples video
WORDS AWAY: These Past Weeks CD. Pure pop punk n post hardcore ecstasy. Check all samples video

WORDS AWAY: These Past Weeks CD. Pure pop punk n post hardcore ecstasy. Check all samples

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Format: CD
Country: UK
Label: BOSS TUNEAGE
Year: 2003
Description: 11 TRACK (BOSTAGE5114)

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Words Away  – These Past Weeks
Label: Boss Tuneage – BOSTAGE5114
Format: CD, Album
Country: UK
Released: 2003
Genre: Rock / Punk
Tracklist
1 Digging Holes 2:56
2 The Way You Are 3:28
3 Move On 2:11 (disk also includes “”move On”” Video)
4 Running Away 3:09
5 What Tomorrow Brings 4:09
6 Greystone 3:27
7 Well It Happened  2:57 Lyrics By – George Dossantes
8 The Empty House 2:43
9 This Life Is Not 3:22 Lyrics By – Dylan Gadino
10 The Same Dream 3:41  Backing Vocals – Jeremy Comitas
11 The Other Side 3:42

(disk Includes “”move On”” Video)

Bass [All Bass Tracks Played] – George Dossantes
Bass, Backing Vocals – Brian Morris (6)
Drums, Vocals, Producer – Dylan Gadino
Lyrics By – Mike Carroll (5) (tracks: 1 to 6, 8, 10, 11)
Mastered By – Alan Douches
Vocals, Guitar, Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Mike Carroll
Written-By – Words Away

Recorded at Clearcut Recording in Saddle Brook and Garfield, NJ.
Mastered at West West Side Music in Tenafly, NJ.

Barcode: 5 024545 26320
Matrix / Runout: KEY BOSTAGE5114

11 song CD release by Words Away. Mix of pop punk, soulful vocals and post hardcore stylings. Often compared to bands such as Hot Water Music and Jawbreaker… This is the new / enhanced version of this CD which includes the video for the track “”Move On.””

Words Away’s music is strictly from the gut. This band plays like they’re the headlining band at the concert at the end of the universe. Take “”Move On,”” for instance. At two minutes ten seconds it’s the album’s shortest song and while the tempo isn’t as fast as Words Away can get from time to time, the song just seeths with emotion. The chorus, in particular, locks into a powerful groove that, when overlaid with some shimmering little guitar flourishes, is pure pop punk ecstasy. Forget that emo stuff, this is punk rock, but just like bands such as Leatherface and Jawbreaker, it’s pop punk that’ll hit you right in the gut. Recommended listening for sure!