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Shed is the debut studio album by American rock band Title Fight. It was released on May 3, 2011, through SideOneDummy Records. It debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. Compilation album The Last Thing You Forget was released in 2009. Bassist/vocalist Ned Russin said that since its release, the band members had "dropped out of school, seen the world and had life experiences".
Title Fight is an American rock band from Kingston, Pennsylvania, formed in 2003. They have released 3 studio albums – Shed (2011), Floral Green (2012) and Hyperview (2015) – gradually shifting from a hardcore punk-oriented sound towards an emphasis on mellow atmospheres. Hyperview was released through ANTI-, a record label to which the band signed in July 2014.
While it was not a ‘bad’ album, so to speak, the loss of youthful energy and relative absence of infectious hooks was definitely underwhelming. Furthermore, this decline seemed to be the result of a conscious decision to move away from the band’s pop-punk roots.
Since Title Fight's first full-length CD, The Last Thing You Forget, was largely a compendium of its previous singles and EP, Shed may be considered its first album recorded as such, though, with a running time under half-an-hour for 12 tracks, some may think of it as another EP. Group members Jamie Rhoden (vocals, guitar), Shane Moran (guitar), Ned Russin (bass), and Ben Russin (drums) rarely devote as much as three minutes each to these punk rock songs, with the guitars slashing out simple chords and the rhythm section shifting tempos, sometimes seemingly without intending to.
Band Name Title Fight. Released date 02 May 2011. Labels Side One Dummy. Members owning this album1. 3. Flood of '72. 4. Society. 5. You Can't Say Kingston Doesn't Love You. 6. Crescent - Shaped Depression. 7. Safe in Your Skin.
By Dylan Powell · On May 8, 2011. The wave of up-and-coming pop-punk bands is enormous in this day and age. It appears that this type of new-wave pop-punk bands are popping up left and right and it’s becoming increasingly difficult to pick out the good ones from the bland ones
Release Date: May 6, 2011 Record label: Side One Dummy Genre(s): Emo, Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock. 80 Music Critic Score How the Music Critic Score works.
|3||Flood Of '72||1:56|
|5||You Can't Say Kingston Doesn't Love You||1:42|
|7||Safe In Your Skin||2:34|
|8||Where Am I?||3:05|
|9||Your Screen Door||2:08|
|12||GMT (Greenwich Mean Time)||3:37|
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|SD-1441||Title Fight||Shed (LP, Album, RP, Ora)||SideOneDummy Records||SD-1441||US||2014|
|SD1441-2||Title Fight||Shed (CD, Album)||SideOneDummy Records||SD1441-2||Australia||2011|
|SD1441||Title Fight||Shed (LP, Album, Blu)||SideOneDummy Records||SD1441||US||2011|