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About A Burning Fire [edit]
by Blindside | Genre: Pop/Rock | Release Date: February 24, 2004

With the release of Silence, their 3 Points/Elektra debut album, Blindside made a loud entry into the heavy rock world with rockin' concert performances and solid radio play. Blindside connected with fans and fellow musicians in a way that is all-too-rare in an era of short-lived, singles-driven artists, with an intensity and authenticity that is hard to quantify, yet easy to see.
Blindside's new album, About A Burning Fire, brings back the power and passion that made them one of the most talked-about bands of 2002.

Track Listing
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01. Eye Of The Storm
02. Follow You Down
03. All Of Us
04. Shekina
05. Hooray, It's L.A.
06. Swallow
07. Die Buying
08. Across Water Again
09. After You're Gone
10. Where The Sun Never Dies
11. Roads
12. About A Burning Fire

Entry last edited by kaylamoe on 07.03.07

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Love is in the air tonight so just breathe | Posted July 11, 2008
First off, whatever blindside does i love it all. I love this album. Eye of the storm was the first song i ever heard by blindside and i love it! its one of those songs that the lyrics make your heart melt because its beautifully written. But this cd is great because every song shows the bands thoughts and feeling that went into each song.

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Phil413 (45)

About A Burning Fire | Posted January 07, 2008
Pretty decent album, and I definitely recommend it, especially if you like Blindside's earlier stuff.

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Dave (10)

Chalk another one up... | Posted October 27, 2007
Blindside is in the business of pumping out new music like no other. A lot of bands that try this end up producing sub-standard finshed pieces that seem lacking. This album is not one that falls into that category. You don't have to try too hard to identify who the artist of any of their albums is. Yet, at the same time, they are all diverse enough to keep most listeners' attention. I think this is the best out of the lot because it hits that balance that I like. I shy away from the hardest of music (a lot of their first CD) and yet I also don't care much for the most calm of Christian bands. This one should be right up your alley if you're into hard music that that doesn't venture too far into either extreme.

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pretty good, not my fav. | Posted August 25, 2007
this album is pretty good, but like i said it's not my favorite, i really like the song all of us, though, but just because i don't like something a whole lot doesn't mean it's not wonderful to somebody else. (see how positive i am! ha =P)

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jwangy (31)

even better | Posted July 26, 2007
this album is awesome, with Billy Corgan featuring in the track Horay, It's LA. really good, i would definatly recommend it.

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