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9 thoughts on “ Socratic - Spread The Rumors (CD, Album) ”

  1. Aug 23,  · The Socratic Legacy Viewed by many as the founding figure of Western philosophy, Socrates ( B.C.) is at once the most exemplary and the strangest of the Greek philosophers.
  2. They signed to Drive-Thru Records in , released their debut full-length Lunch for the Sky in , the Just Turn EP in and their Mark Hoppus-produced follow-up album Spread The Rumors in Socratic formed in and consists of Duane F. Okun, who sings vocals and plays the guitar, Kevin G. Bryan II who plays the guitar and sings back vocals, Vincent .
  3. Socratic hits the newstands of punk rock'n'roll in spring with their Spread The Rumors album featuring the song "Boy In A Magazine," which is the first single. Socratic are an alternative rock band hailing from Cranford/Linden, New Jersey who Kerrang! says they sound like 'Jimmy Eat World overdosed on Meatloaf'. Yummy!5/5(5).
  4. Socratic's songs: Listen to songs by Socratic on Myspace, Stream Free Online Music by Socratic Spread The Rumors. , Spending Galore (Album Version) Socratic. Lunch For The Sky (Album Version) Socratic. Listen To Bob Dylan - A Tribute. 1, Janis Joplin Hands.
  5. Mar 11,  · Published on Mar 11, Behind-the-scenes of the recording of Socratic's new album "Spread the Rumors" out May 6th
  6. Spread The Rumors, an album by Socratic on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  7. There's also the argument that by leaving their rock inclinations behind, Socratic have also lost a bit of bite. The songs on Spread the Rumors may be catchy and endearing, but the album seems to lack substance as it goes on. None of the songs stand out or grab the listener, and while the performances are steady, nothing stands out as a central focus.7/
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  9. Drive-Thru Records was a California-based independent record label owned by siblings Richard and Stefanie Reines. The label was partially responsible for popularizing the pop-punk/emo sound of the early to mids. After facing financial obstacles in getting their bands' music into stores, Drive-Thru entered into a distribution deal with MCA/Universal.

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