Young Ones Records

Chicago's Spitalfield have built a huge fan base amongst fans of rock, emo and pop/punk by delivering infectious, crunchy songs that seem to grow in complexity with each listen. Their Victory debut, REMEMBER RIGHT NOW released in 2003, to great critical fanfare from the likes of Alternative Press the Chicago Tribune and New York's Newsday. The band toured relentlessly with bands like Thursday, Sugar cult and Fall Out Boy, establishing themselves as standouts in a fiercly competitive scene. STOP DOING BAD THINGS promises mainstream success for Spitalfield, kicking up the intensity with airtight arrangements, edgy rock guitar and truly unforgettable lyrical hook. For fans of Hawthorne Heights, Jimmy Eat World and Taking Back Sunday.
Chicago's Spitalfield have built a huge fan base amongst fans of rock, emo and pop/punk by delivering infectious, crunchy songs that seem to grow in complexity with each listen. Their Victory debut, REMEMBER RIGHT NOW released in 2003, to great critical fanfare from the likes of Alternative Press the Chicago Tribune and New York's Newsday. The band toured relentlessly with bands like Thursday, Sugar cult and Fall Out Boy, establishing themselves as standouts in a fiercly competitive scene. STOP DOING BAD THINGS promises mainstream success for Spitalfield, kicking up the intensity with airtight arrangements, edgy rock guitar and truly unforgettable lyrical hook. For fans of Hawthorne Heights, Jimmy Eat World and Taking Back Sunday.
746105024120

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Format: CD
Label: VCR
Catalog: 241
Rel. Date: 03/22/2005
UPC: 746105024120

Stop Doing Bad Things
Artist: Spitalfield
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Chicago's Spitalfield have built a huge fan base amongst fans of rock, emo and pop/punk by delivering infectious, crunchy songs that seem to grow in complexity with each listen. Their Victory debut, REMEMBER RIGHT NOW released in 2003, to great critical fanfare from the likes of Alternative Press the Chicago Tribune and New York's Newsday. The band toured relentlessly with bands like Thursday, Sugar cult and Fall Out Boy, establishing themselves as standouts in a fiercly competitive scene. STOP DOING BAD THINGS promises mainstream success for Spitalfield, kicking up the intensity with airtight arrangements, edgy rock guitar and truly unforgettable lyrical hook. For fans of Hawthorne Heights, Jimmy Eat World and Taking Back Sunday.
        
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