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Annabel;Lee

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Annabel;Lee

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Location:Warsaw, Indiana
Year(s):1999 - 2003
Members:JJ Evans - Singing, Guitar
Jason Torrence - Drums
Jesse Swaim - Singing, Guitar
Jeremy Miller - Bass, Singing
Aaron Eikenberry - Bass
Website:www.xrarecords.com/catalog/annabellee-i-saw-it-all-unfold/
Total Request:343 (161 downloads, 182 plays)
Total Request:343 (161 downloads, 182 plays)
About:Annabel;Lee was a four-piece indie/emo band that existed from 1999-2003 in Winona Lake, a small but wealthy lake community in Northern Indiana with religious historical significance and a respected theological seminary. Despite this permeation of spiritual overabundance, Annabel;Lee arose as a distinct voice of rebellious intent which questioned the traditional values surrounding them. Although formed from the ashes of countless local hardcore, metal, and punk bands, the early works of Annabel;Lee presented a more reserved, emotional introspection into relationships, philosophy, and other topics of personal value. With maturation, their sound formed into a potent blend of intricate guitar interplay, sharp lyricism, and a barrage of half spoken, half screamed vocals from nearly every member. In addition to influencing countless local bands from numerous generations both during & after their existence, the members of Annabel Lee have continued their individual musical journeys. - Auris Apothecary, 2015

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 2015, XRA Records / Auris Apothecary

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    01 01 Retirement Plan (Annabel;Lee Version)
     
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    02 02 If You're Tired Just Go Home (Annabel;Lee Version)
     
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    03 03 In The Unlikely Event That (Annabel;Lee Version)
     
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    04 04 My Beveled Apnea (Annabel;Lee Version)
     
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    05 05 Analyze__Dissolve (Annabel;Lee Version)
     
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    06 06 Seal Your Eyes, Juliet (Annabel;Lee Version)
     
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    07 07 Redundant Openings For Threadbare Employees (Annabel;Lee Version)
     
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    08 08 Lose the Mask, We're All Friends Here (Annabel;Lee Version)
     
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    09 09 Again, And Yes, Again (Annabel;Lee Version)
     
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    10 10 Untitled (Annabel;Lee Version)
     
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    11 11 This Seems Just About Right (Annabel;Lee Version)
     
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    12 12 Mortville Fugitive (The Van's Gone Version)
     
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    13 13 Pesticides and Applications (The Van's Gone Version)
     
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    14 14 Petris (The Van's Gone Version)
     
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    15 15 Eavesdropping and Ugly (The Van's Gone Version)
     
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    16 16 Ripe (The Van's Gone Version)
     

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