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Breaking All the Ends
  • Artist: Perspective
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 837101443616
  • Item #: SRD144361
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 12/11/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Breaking All the Ends on CD

This album is our scrapbook of madness of the past year-and-a-half. For us, 'Breaking All the Ends' is a testament to the things we don't understand, the times we love the most, and the ones we have. It's the world that turned upside down but kept spinning relentlessly with a realization of it might not being so bad, or at most, it might have been upside down in the beginning (of course it is literally, considering those in the southern hemisphere). It's about growing up regardless of whether we accept it, provoke it, or know it. And when existentialism has us worked into a tizzy, we go to the ocean and are shown where, how, and why a God exists. There are also the questions we're afraid to ask, the answers we're afraid to know, and the mixture of it all into an ear-tickling bowl of madness, love, and hunger. In the end, it sheds and breaks all the loose and dead ends of the ones we used to be to show the ones we've started over as, or the ones we've come to know ourselves as. That's 'Breaking All the Ends,' and when you grab a disc of this mad scrapbook, know that it is a rather large piece of us.