Nothing & Nowhere

Nothing & Nowhere

by The Birthday Massacre

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Release Date: 06/05/2007
Label: Metropolis Records
UPC: 0782388049429
catalogNumber: 80494

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Nothing & Nowhere 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this is quite a band and love some of the songs especially promise me, broken and the first ever song i had heard that got me into them is the dream which is my most favorite song ever and reminds me of all those fairy tale type movies from labyrinth to the book a great and terrible beauty even twilight. they're like the fantasy gothic, fairy tale kind of thing based on their covers which are cute and weird at the same time...but in a good way.
The_Black_Death More than 1 year ago
TBM is easily my favorite band; this is not their best album but it's a good start. only four songs on here are not available on other albums (Promise Me, Over, Broken, and Under the Stairs); the rest are reworked and included on Violet and WWS. The sound quality on here isn't fantastic--the vocals are a little muted--but I still recommend it as a crash course to TBM's utterly original sound.
Guest More than 1 year ago
found out about this band on a labyrinth music video. not only did i love the cute yet gothic cover with the carriage but some of the songs. you don't have to be a goth or emo to like the birthday massacre. enjoy for what it is and that's good music with enjoyable songs. ones i recommend you hear are happy birthday, promise me, video kid, broken and the dream. its nice to hear something new than what you're used to hearing, check this CD out and decide whether its your kind of music or not.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
That's what I got from listening to Birthday Massacre. A band that I never get tired of listening. Fave tracks would have to be Happy Birthday, Promise Me, Broken, Goodnight and the Dream. If you like 80s type music that's a little like Depeche Mode then check out Birthday Massacre.