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Obsession - Eighteen Visions - Obsession (CD, Album)

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Label: Epic - EICP 538 • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Hardcore


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  1. Arashilkree

    Obsession is an album by Eighteen album was their most commercial to date, and featured three music videos. Some editions of this album come with a DVD that features a 'making of' the album. The album has sold over , copies in the album peaked at #4 on the Heatseekers chart in the US. On July 3, the album peaked at # on the Genre: Alternative metal, post-hardcore.
  2. Kigore

    Eighteen Visions - Obsession - Music Obsession by Eighteen Visions Audio CD $ Only 3 left in stock - order soon. visions to emo rock in roll super stardom an don't get me going on there self title its worst the there gay album obsession. so much for this band they were good metal hardcore band in till they sold out /5(65).
  3. Shat

    Eighteen Visions: Obsession ‎ (CD, Album) Red Ink, Trustkill Records: WK US: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission. Add to Collection Add to Wantlist Remove from Wantlist. Marketplace.
  4. Faegar

    Label: Epic - EPC • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Hardcore Eighteen Visions - Obsession (, CD) | Discogs Explore4/5(1).
  5. Arashicage

    This album is really good, I give it /4. It's not the best album that I have, but neither is it my worst. I don't really like the earlier albums that Eighteen Visions have produced which from customer reviews seem to be alot more popular, but, I this this album, Obsession is quite a decent album/5.
  6. Gardagor

    Musically, it’s fair to say that Obsession is more accessible than Eighteen Visions’ previous offerings but: a) they started well down this road with ’s Vanity album; b) it’s still heavy enough to scare your granny; and c) on an objective level where you ignore who the band is and its history, the album is for the most part blinding.
  7. Mooguzahn

    Much stronger than Obsession This by far Eighteen Visions best and strongest album to date. Their sound has matured from Obsession into a much more rockier feel. I was a fan of Vanity because it was a little different to the ordinary hardcore sound. Obsession then let 18V pushing their song writing skills into a foreign territory.
  8. Dukasa

    List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name Title Year Peak chart positions Album US Main. Rock UK "Vanity" — — Vanity "You Broke Like Glass" — — "Waiting for the Heavens" — — Obsession "Tower of Snakes" — — "I Let Go" — 83 "Tonightless" 38 — Eighteen Visions.
  9. Gardakinos

    Obsession would become Eighteen Visions's most successful album and would give them their new sort of depressive/apathetic image, which would prove hard to be rid of. Mainstream success () Now a solidified 5-piece band, Eighteen Visions went into pre-production with producer Machine and 32 demos to work on.

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