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Albums The Changed My Life

A.N. So I ran a poll on Twitter to see which topics you wanted to see on Band Week, and this was a winner.
Grace
 (@myvoicebrandnew)
5. Free by Twin Atlantic, Twin Atlantic were just a life changing band for me, and this album is just... it was the first Twin Atlantic album I heard, and Free was the first song I heard, back when it was released...  it's such a good album and not one song is bad on the whole of it.
4. Color Blind by Seaway, Seaway are a band that I adore so much, but this album is just a masterpiece. It's amazing, and honestly, I wish I could put it joint first, but all the albums I'm going to mention are all like my top albums, and I don't really have a favourite. But Color Blind... when I was on NCS I annoyed my best friend with how much I played the whole album.
3. GLA by Twin Atlantic, it was their make or break album, and it did not disappoint, nearly a year later and I still swear by this album, almost as if it's my bible... I may love Twin Atlantic too much, but this album is just such a classic album and it deserves so much love and support.
2. Radio:ACTIVE by McFly, although this was not the first album by McFly, therefore it wasn't the album that started my love for this, this album is just... it's a masterpiece, and it's got a song for everyone on it. POV and Corrupted were always the two songs that stood out to me, and I remember playing this album to death... it now proudly stays in my car because it's a beautiful, life-changing album.
1. Great Divide by Twin Atlantic, this was just one of them albums that was a staple, and it's that much of a life-changer for me I refuse to take it out of my car... it's been in there the day since I got it, and that's where it will stay. Great Divide is just such a killer album, and I love it so much, more than any other album.

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