Breaking Point

Album Title: Beautiful Disorder
Release Date: May 17, 2005
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Genre: Rock
Hailing from Memphis, Breaking Point live in the here and now of rock music, ignoring the classic rays that emit from that shining rock beacon known as Elvis' Graceland. Sandpaper vocals layered on top of the strains of an acoustic guitar, found on songs "All Messed Up" and "Goodbye To You" to name a few, are the signature sounds of Breaking Point. Sounds that are sure to win them the hearts and souls of more than one idealistic teenage girl who has moved past Linkin Park and is looking for something less superficial. In fact, Beautiful Disorder is stuck with enough ill-tempered stompers and heartfelt ballads to satisfy an entire gymnasium of high school students, both male and female. Plus, "Reality Show" could actually be the anthem for the new generation of 15-minute seekers ("We shape our lives by what we see on the TV/And now we're lost knowing who or what to be", etc). Pretty much typical modern-day rock fare (in a good way), Breaking Point will be able to find fans of all genders and ages with their debut album, much in the way of Nickelback.

Writer: Jaclyn Arndt


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