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Hell Is What You Make It


Download links and information about Hell Is What You Make It by Breathe Carolina. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 47:07 minutes.

Artist: Breathe Carolina
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 13
Duration: 47:07
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No. Title Length
1. Rebirth: An Introduction 0:59
2. Wooly 3:53
3. Blackout 3:30
4. Edge of Heaven 3:39
5. Last Night (Vegas) 3:34
6. Sweat It Out 3:51
7. Gone So Long 4:07
8. They Say You Won't Come Back 4:15
9. Get Off Easy 3:45
10. Waiting 4:24
11. Take It Back 3:29
12. Chemicals 3:31
13. Lauren's Song 4:10



With its third studio album, the Denver duo Breathe Carolina strips down its electro-rock, eschewing the peripheral bells and whistles of past works to focus on even stronger songwriting. “Wooly” kicks open the door with a confident collision of techno-laced pop and heavily distorted screamo. Hell Is What You Make It is cleverly built on a balance of contrasts. Throughout, David Schmitt’s flirty boy-next-door vocals battle Kyle Even’s feral howls and screams. The catchy “Edge of Heaven” is glossed over with confectionary pop stickiness; Schmitt sings like a matured Justin Bieber while Even lets loose his larynx demons to sound like the song’s protagonist is battling a split personality. While Schmitt sings that he’s “hanging from the edge of heaven,” it sounds like his shadow is trying to pull him to the depths of hell. “Chemicals” rubs clean dance floor beats and Auto-Tuned vocals against gargantuan distorted bass and dusty drum and bass patterns. The standout jam “Blackout” deviates from the formula to deliver a colossal dance floor anthem of Lady GaGa proportions.