Harvard debut album stream
2009-12-02 by Mark Campbell | 5 Comments
North Carolina-based alt. rockers Harvard have posted a stream of their debut album The Inevitable And I up on AOL Music. The album was produced by Brian McTernan (Thrice, Hot Water Music, Converge, Cave In) and is available for purchase on iTunes.

Stream: http://music.aol.com/new-releases-full-cds/#/8
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thewretchedfew
December 2nd 2009
117 Comments


harvard is sooo good.

monstor344
December 2nd 2009
8 Comments


Meh, the school is better

thewretchedfew
December 2nd 2009
117 Comments


haha nah dude

StrizzMatik
December 2nd 2009
3204 Comments


^^ Agreed with wretched on both counts. This band fucking rules. Also check out their debut EP, Animals.

Digging: Weezer - Everything Will Be Alright in the End

Jips
December 3rd 2009
1131 Comments


^^ I did... its pretty good!



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