Broken Down: The EP features the new song "Bring Me Down" as well as live acoustic versions of four songs from Fireproof and an in-studio acoustic version of "Further From Myself." This is not to be missed for any fan of Pillar.
All four acoustic songs("A Shame," "Further From Myself," "Light At My Feet," and "Fireproof") are pulled off remarkably well. Pillar is well-known for their aggressive, electric rock sound, and despite using just acoustic guitars on these songs, they do a very impressive job of being able to stay true to each song's familiar sound.
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Pillar EP| Posted April 05, 2008
Pillar is a good band. This EP is good if you don't want to buy one of there full cd's or if you just like to listen to acoustical versions of songs, but for my tastes, I would prefer there main cd.
Broken Down: The EP| Posted January 03, 2008
Great EP, especially at the time, Bring Me Down alone was worth the price. I liked every song, the acoustic versions were pretty cool, especially Fireproof. Still didn't see the reasoning to include two versions of Further from Myself, but still a pretty cool EP.
Great acoustic rock EP.| Posted August 20, 2007
This a great stripped down acoustic rock EP by Pillar. There are four live acoustic tracks and two studio recordings. "Further From Myself" is such a great song.