Ashtiel

Underoath - Discography (1999-2018)

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Genre - Deathcore, Melodic Black Metal, Metalcore, Post-Hardcore, Alternative Rock

Country - USA

Quality - MP3, 320 kbps CBR (unless otherwise stated)

 

Release List:

Studio Albums

(1999) Act of Depression (2013 Remaster with "Spirit of a Living God" re-added) (w/ remaster and original artwork)

(2000) Cries of the Past (2013 Remaster) (w/ remaster and original artwork)

(2002) The Changing of Times

(2004) They're Only Chasing Safety (Deluxe) (w/ variant artwork)

(2006) Define the Great Line 

(2008) Lost in the Sound of Separation

(2010) Ø (Disambiguation) (Deluxe)

(2018) Erase Me (Deluxe w/ "Loneliness" and "Another Life")

 

EPs/Singles

(2004) The Goldman Demos (contains early versions of "Reinventing Your Exit" and "I'm Content with Losing") (V2 VBR [~190 kbps])

(2005) "Wrapped Around Your Finger" (The Police Cover from ¡Policia! A Tribute To The Police(165 kbps VBR)

(2005) "Young and Aspiring (Rough Version)" (early version of a track from They're Only Chasing...(160 kbps)

(2005) "I've Got Ten Friends and a Crowbar That Says You Ain't Gonna Do Jack" (single) 

(2008) "Desperate Times, Desperate Measures" (Madden 09 alt. version) (96 kbps)

(2018) Kayzo & Underoath - "Wasted Space" (single, w/ artwork)

 

Live Albums/Compilations

(2008) Survive, Kaleidoscope (live album)

(2008) Lost in the Sound of Separation Instrumentals (M4A, 256 AAC)

(2010) Live at Koko (live album)

(2012) Anthology 1999-2013 (compilation w/ the tracks "Sunburnt" and "Unsound")

 

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No one could find the instrumental version of Lost in the sound of separation ?

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15 minutes ago, ciclamaino said:

No one could find the instrumental version of Lost in the sound of separation ?

 

they don't seem terribly hard to find so ill see what i can dig up.

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2006-2010 albums are a required listen for every single person into metalcore or post-hardcore, the rest doesn't even come close.

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42 minutes ago, desk said:

2006-2010 albums are a required listen for every single person into metalcore or post-hardcore, the rest doesn't even come close.

I'm going to go ahead and say that Ø (Disambiguation) isn't required, since Aaron wasn't on that album, and You're Only Chasing Safety is absolutely required listening.

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17 minutes ago, relocator said:

I'm going to go ahead and say that Ø (Disambiguation) isn't required, since Aaron wasn't on that album, and You're Only Chasing Safety is absolutely required listening.

Lack of Aaron doesn't make the album any less great though, no clue why a lot think he made the band when Disambiguation lives up to this day and is definitely superior to Erase Me or their earliest records.

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Cries of the Past is a fkn good record too from their beginning sound-era.

 

From the rest of them, DEFINE THE GREAT LINE > all

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Nice to see Underoath's discography in the site. 😊😊

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Still didn't get to hear all of their stuff but LITSOS and Ø are incredible! Loving Erase Me as well of course. This band super talented

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can someone recommend a bunch of songs or perhaps an album if i want to get in to them?

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7 minutes ago, Zuokax said:

can someone recommend a bunch of songs or perhaps an album if i want to get in to them?

Definitely check out Define The Great Line and Erase Me

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'chasing safety' for nostalgia, 'define the great line' for the jams.

 

thanks @Ashtiel 

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3 hours ago, Zuokax said:

can someone recommend a bunch of songs or perhaps an album if i want to get in to them?

Define the Great Line and Lost in the Sound of Separation

Can't believe people dig Disambiguation... trash compared to their other works

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Some additional tunes from Underoath I had laying around here:

 

Underoath-The_Goldman_Demos-2004-FNT

Cointains early versions of Reinventing Your Exit and I'm Content With Losing):

https://www4.zippyshare.com/v/BSDDh3WG/file.html

 

Wrapped Around Your Finger (VBR MP3):
https://www119.zippyshare.com/v/Mxaptcuj/file.html

 

Young and Aspiring (Rough Version):

https://www65.zippyshare.com/v/h1gfGY0A/file.html

 

Desperate Times, Desperate Measures (Madden 09 Version):

https://www65.zippyshare.com/v/7XoVcjk9/file.html

LITSOS instrumentals:
https://mega.nz/#!xhYmCCjS!QFx5e9-YBJ9PrP48Vedu8BvtmNn0Ece5ZYn3m1-OTwQ

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Idk if I already have everything but I don't have access to a computer and to look into my external hard drive. 

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anyone else think erase me got too much hate? i've listened to the band for years and it was the first full album that i loved every song the first listen thru. all their other stuff it took a while for each song to hit tbh. was it perfect? no, but none of their albums are. it was solid, it was new, and it definitely lived up to the hype, for me at least

5 hours ago, Zuokax said:

can someone recommend a bunch of songs or perhaps an album if i want to get in to them?

chasing safety, great line, and erase me are their best. the first 2 albums are significantly heavier tho, if you prefer that to the hardcore/post hardcore sound they maintain now.

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Same people who dig Define and Lost put Erase Me over Disambiguation.

Weird indeed

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Some whack ass opinions in this thread... Praising Erase me and trashing Disambiguation, what the :blink:

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13 hours ago, veggie chip fan said:

can we just forget the 2010 LP haha

Missing out on the best album m8

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added everything @razh0r shared.

 

@ciclamaino Lost in the Sound of Separation instrumentals are up

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@Zuokax 

On 1/12/2019 at 3:13 AM, Zuokax said:

can someone recommend a bunch of songs or perhaps an album if i want to get in to them?

 

Cries of the Past  IMPO is the best material they put out. Changing of Times has some absolutely beautiful and brilliant melodies. Dallas Taylor was an amazing frontman and singer. Highly recommend Dallas' material with Underoath over their stuff with Spencer.

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On 1/12/2019 at 6:13 AM, Zuokax said:

can someone recommend a bunch of songs or perhaps an album if i want to get in to them?

They're only chasing safety , Define the great line , and my personal favorite Lost in the sound of separation(whole albums).  A boy brushed red living in black and white , Reinventing your exit , It's dangerous business walking out your front door , Writing on the walls , You're ever so inviting , A fault line - a fault of mine , and Desperate times - Desperate measures(single songs). :) Enjoy

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