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Chicago's Rise Against might be seen as an outcast amongst it's peers. Armed with the fury of classic punk acts such as minor threat and bad brains. They blend intelligent vocals with a serious commitment to providing a positive alternative to the oft-dreary and disenchanted arura that engulfs most punk bands.
Chicago's Rise Against might be seen as an outcast amongst it's peers. Armed with the fury of classic punk acts such as minor threat and bad brains. They blend intelligent vocals with a serious commitment to providing a positive alternative to the oft-dreary and disenchanted arura that engulfs most punk bands.
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Format: CD
Label: DMW
Catalog: 296702
Rel. Date: 08/10/2004
UPC: 602498629826

Siren Song of the Counter-Culture
Artist: Rise Against
Format: CD
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Chicago's Rise Against might be seen as an outcast amongst it's peers. Armed with the fury of classic punk acts such as minor threat and bad brains. They blend intelligent vocals with a serious commitment to providing a positive alternative to the oft-dreary and disenchanted arura that engulfs most punk bands.

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''Siren Song of the Counter Culture'' is the third album by American punk rock band Rise Against, released on August 10, 2004. It is the band's first release on a major label.

The album sold very well, mainly due to the success of its single, "Swing Life Away", which reached #12 on the ''Billboard'' Modern Rock Tracks, making it the band's highest-charting single of the band at the time. Also faring well were the album's other three singles, "Give It All" (#37) and "Life Less Frightening" (#33) and "Paper Wings". While the album was commercially successful, ''Siren Song of the Counter Culture'' is not Rise Against's highest charting album on the Billboard 200, peaking only at #136; subsequent albums ''The Sufferer & The Witness'' and ''Appeal to Reason'' both charted higher, peaking at #10 and #3 respectively. The album has been ceritified gold by the RIAA and platinum by the CRIA. - Wikipedia

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