8 thoughts on “ Hard To Say - The Used - In Love And Death (CD, Album)

  1. It's hard to say I miss you Since you've been gone, it's not the same My worries weigh the world, how I used to be And everything, I'm cold, seems a plague in me And it's hard to say how I feel today For years gone by and I cried It's hard to say that I was wrong It's hard to say I miss you Since you've been gone, it's not the same It's hard to.
  2. Sep 28,  · Album · · 13 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Browse Radio Sign In In Love and Death The Used Alternative · Preview SONG TIME Take It Away. 1. PREVIEW I Caught Fire. 2. PREVIEW Let It Bleed Hard to Say.
  3. Album Rating: I used to really love this album, i still like it, is kind of a guilty pleasure. The vocals are very well done, but with a litle more energy they could have been better. You are right in saying this album is meant to be more sentimental than energetic, I forgot to write that in the review.
  4. In Love and Death is the second studio album by American rock band The Used. It was released on September 28, and was later certified platinum in the United States, indicating over 1,, copies shipped. It is their most commercially successful album to date.
  5. Sep 21,  · The Used - In Love And Death (album) Not Important; 13 videos; 1,, views; Last updated on Sep 21,
  6. The Used - in love and Death The band Bert McCracken - Vocals, Keyboard, Piano Quinn Allman - Guitar, backup vocals Branden Steineckert - Drums, backup vocals, percussion Jeph Howard - Bass, backup vocals Introduction Lots of high expectations coming into this second album.
  7. In Love and Death is definitely a great follow up to their debut album. It's first single was the perfect choice with its gunshot at the In Love and Death is definitely a great follow up to their debut album. It's first single was the perfect choice with its gunshot at the start giving the effect the whole song is one big explosion with the heavy guitars and dark, yet somehow, relative lyrics.
  8. In Love and Death see's The Used pulling out the emotional stops, melding vocal aggression with a sense of loss to create a listening experience the band has never been able to recreate. Looking back it might seem like something quite juvenile, but it's hard to .

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