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Recover - This Could be the Year I Disappear
By Jen Procop

This Could Be the Year I Disappear is Recover’s second album released by the Strummer/ Universal label. If you not familiar, the band hails from Austin, Texas and with that being said, I was mildly expecting some southern rock charm, mixed with a little torch and twang.  Much to my surprise, this CD is not farmland indie- it delivers the raging bull! 
The depth and breadth of this band is very impressive-They encompass many genres of music from emo punk, alternative rock to hardcore scream and beyond. Think “My Chemical romance” with an extra hit. “Jimmy Eat World” with a dessert. “The Used” but without leaving your number and you may have an idea what to expect.

The first track “Night of the Creeps” really sets the high impact climate of this record as Jimmy Vela shows his mastery of the drum kit. “Disappear” is one of the best on the CD as well the fantastic intro of “Simple’. Every song is worth listening to, however I was instantaneously hooked on “F*ck me for free”. The lyrics are self- deprecating and personal, which are amplified by the mesmeric guitar hooks of Keyes and Mann. They also share the vocals which are chock full of passion and angst. 

If you are a fan of Jimmy Eat World (who they toured with this summer) or My Chemical Romance, saddle up with Recover. Their emo punk tunes and undeniable talent make for a very pleasing ride. This Could Be the Year they disappear from obscurity. 

CD Info 

Recover - This Could be the Year I Disappear
Label: Universal/Strummer
Night of the Creeps
F**k Me For Free
Push Push
Light Up the Night
Once in a While
My Only Cure
Big Choruses
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