Showbread Albums

  • Anorexia Album (5/13/2008)
    The Journey
    The Vulture
    The Sky
    The Sky (Alpha)
    The Dirt
    The Pig
    The Flies / Instrumental
    The Goat
    The Death
    The End
    The End (Omega)
    The Beginning / Instrumental

  • Nervosa Album (5/13/2008)
    The Journey
    The Vulture
    The Sky
    The Dirt
    The Dirt (Alpha)
    The Pig
    The Flies
    The Goat
    The Death
    The End
    The End (Omega) / Instrumental
    The Beginning

  • Age Of Reptiles Album (8/1/2006)
    Naked Lunch
    Your Owls Are Hooting
    Oh! Emetophobia!
    Sing Me To Sleep
    George Romero Will Be At Our Wedding
    The Jesus Lizard
    Centipede Sisters
    Dinosaur Bones
    Age Of Reptiles
    Age Of Insects

  • No Sir, Nihilism Is Not Practical Album (10/19/2004)
    A Llama Eats A Giraffe (And Vice Versa)
    Dead By Dawn
    Mouth Like A Magazine
    If You Like Me Check Yes, If You Don't I'll Die
    Sampsa Meets Kafka
    So Selfish It's Funny
    The Missing Wife
    Welcome To Plainfield, Tobe Hooper
    And The Smokers And Children Shall Be Cast Down
    Stabbing Art To Death
    The Dissonance Of Discontent
    Matthias Replaces Judas
    The Bell Jar

  • Life, Kisses And Other Wasted Efforts Album (5/13/2003)
  • Goodnight Sweetheart, The Stitches Are Coming Apart Album (5/1/2001)
  • Human Beings Are Too Shallow To Fall In Love Album (5/1/2000)
  • Goodbye Is Forever Album (5/1/1999)

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    Life, Kisses, and Other wasted Efforts | Reviewer: Alexandria
        ------ About the album Life, Kisses And Other Wasted Efforts performed by Showbread

    Like all Showbread CDs, Life, Kisses, And Other Wasted Efforts is simply amazing. It starts out with the song... which is more of an intro, titled "What to Ask Yourself Before You Die" and it is simply amazing. It leads perfectly into "Your Friends Are Fake" which is a raw song, of course, with the regular Tae and Josh switching off screeching Josh's cynical lyrics. "I Had Music In My Heart But Now My Heart Is Broken" is simply amazing. All the songs are well written, although I cannot seem to get into "The Sad Thing About Sunday Morning" as much as I would like to. If you can buy a copy of this CD, please do, and support Showbread. It is so much better to see the art work and pictures than to download a cheap, plastic sounding CD from the internet.

    Anyway, very good CD. 5/5

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