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Elocation
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Album: Elocation
# Song Title   Time
1)    Who Followed Who?
2)    Life Away, (Taking My)
3)    Movin' On
4)    Throw It All Away
5)    Cruel
6)    Made to Lie
7)    Crossing the Line
8)    Without You
9)    Enough
10)    All She Wrote
11)    Alone
12)    Let You Down - (acoustic, bonus track)
13)    Break Down Doors - (hidden track)
 
Album: Elocation
# Song Title   Time
1)    Who Followed Who?
2)    Life Away, (Taking My)
3)    Movin' On
4)    Throw It All Away
5)    Cruel
6)    Made to Lie
7)    Crossing the Line
8)    Without You
9)    Enough
10)    All She Wrote
11)    Alone
12)    Let You Down - (acoustic, bonus track)
13)    Break Down Doors - (hidden track)
 
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Performer Notes
  • Initial pressings of ELOCATION include the acoustic bonus track "Let Me Down."
  • Contains the hidden track "Break Down Doors" which follows the bonus track "Let Me Down."
  • Default: Dallas Smith (vocals); Jeremy James Hora (guitar, background vocals); Dave Benedict (bass); Danny Craig (drums).
  • Canadian neo-grunge band Default was discovered by Chad Kroeger, fellow Vancouver native and lead singer of platinum-selling hard rock group Nickelback. The association is clearly apparent, as Default employs a very similar combination of anthemic and undeniably catchy choruses, heavy guitars, and commanding baritone vocals. Where the junior band differs, however, is in the details--in the tradition of maple-leaf metalheads Triumph, the combo tempers the arena-angst with a big dollop of good old heartland rock & roll.
  • On many tracks, such as the earthy "Crossin' the Line," guitarist Jeremy James Hora lets loose with some nice lead work that wouldn't sound out of place on a Circus of Power album. Like Southern alt-rockers 3 Doors Down, the band imbues its songs with an old-school rhythmic groove that gives even the slower numbers a nice kick. In addition, the band isn't afraid to step a little outside the confines of its chosen genre, as evidenced by a cover version of the obscure Jeff Buckley/Gary Lucas composition "Cruel."
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