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Studio Album, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Let Them Drown
2. Dead For Weeks
3. Burning Surface
4. Arrow Flies
5. Mercury Switch
6. Floating Point
7. The Only One I Know
8. Red Diesel
9. Cabin Boy Jumped Ship
10. An Important Letter
11. Ladder Theory

Line-up / Musicians

- Charles Edward Godby / vocals
- Mark James Lyons / guitar
- David William Hopkins / bass
- Daniel Plant / guitar
- Will Shaw / drums

Releases information

Calculated Risk Production in 2003.

Re-released by Earache with bonus tracks in 2005. 12-17 Crack Fiend, Let Them Drown, An Important Letter, Arrow Flies, Red Diesel, Dead For Weeks (Lard Lubber Edit).

Re-released on vinyl by Calculated Risk Production in 2005.

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2 stars The full length debut "Breaking the Fourth Wall" by Beecher really showed what they would ultimately(before tragically disbanding) become on their following release "This Elegy, His Autopsy", The music sounds similar to The Dillinger Escape Plan and The Number Twelve Looks Like You, but with le ... (read more)

Report this review (#252414) | Posted by Lezaza | Monday, November 23, 2009 | Review Permanlink

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