Worth Taking - Hangman album flac
- Album: Hangman
- FLAC: 1634 mb | MP3: 1336 mb
- Released: 2016
- Style: Pop Punk, Emo
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 141
- Format: TTA MMF MPC DTS VOX APE VQF
|2||There's a Light||2:49|
|3||Counting On You||1:50|
|5||Say It Loud||3:29|
|7||I Can't Believe||2:34|
|8||Make This Right||2:38|
|9||Let Me Try Again||3:03|
|12||This One's For You||3:55|
- Bass – Chris Self
- Drums – Chase Kossack
- Mixed By – Oliver Thielemann
- Vocals, Guitar, Written By, Producer, Mastered By – Jerod McBrayer
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 190394026943
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Includes "Zero" in addition to the original 12 steps. Includes unlimited streaming of Hangman via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 2 days.
San Francisco’s Worth Taking are making run of the mill pop punk–with a little bit of an infectious beat and a whole lot of guitar riffs. While their sound might have been done before, the real focus of their new album Hangman is how each of the 12 songs correlate with the 12 step program. After slightly deafening us with a hard and heavy intro (step five feet away from your sound system before hitting play), step one, Honest, sets the tone for the album as it lyrically comes to terms with mistakes made while showing far more passion in the words than in the instrumentals
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Worth Taking is part of that resurgence. Hangman, their sophomore album, sounds like the transition from late 90â€™s emo into early 2000â€™s pop punk. There were a whole slew of bands that never achieved the success of a Jimmy Eat World or a Taking Back Sunday. Bands like American Hi-Fi or Allister understood punk music but distilled it, adding sugary goodness for mainstream appeal. Lyrically, Worth Taking deals with the same old subjects: love, failure, heartbreak, addiction. €œIâ€™ll keep moving forward, try to enjoy the rideâ€ and â€œThis one's for you, this one's for us, this one's for shaking off the dust,â€ read stale in type. But much like, say, Man Overboard, McBrayerâ€™s words succeed on your ability to repeat them back. Theyâ€™re incredibly relatable because theyâ€™re universal.
Sinking In. Worth Taking. I stopped making those excuses But sitting still's not always useless Yourself is all you know I found peace and understanding When I stopped being so demanding Let your mind let it go.
Hangman by Worth Taking. The band is called Worth Taking, and while you may not have heard these guys before, you’ll be no stranger to their sound.