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    Spell Toronto
Genre: Alternative, Rock
Region: Southern California

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"San Diego's own Indie Rocker's Spell Toronto know how to put out a solid catchy album. Their newest release, Be More Careful, is emotionally charged and will not disappoint any listeners." sandiegopunk.com

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Be More Careful
2007

Step 1 - Personal Info
No. Title Duration Price Download
1.  Carloads of Candy 2:59 $0.89
2.  Time to Run 3:13 $0.89
3.  the Painter 3:54 $0.89
4.  Uncomfortable Intruder 3:08 $0.89
5.  Watch Me 4:05 $0.89
6.  Everyone was Nice 3:26 $0.89
7.  Free Topless Party 2:54 $0.89
8.  Francis/Dorothy 3:29 $0.89
9.  Fell in a Hole 4:28 $0.89
10.  New Teas and Vitamins 3:04 $0.89
11.  First of All and B 4:13 $0.89
12.  The Hole You're In 6:02 $0.89

Be More Careful
Genre: Alternative, Rock
Release Date: 10/23/2007
12 Songs

  $10.00  (Physical CD)

  $10.00 (Download CD)
earBuzz Review:
Making an emotively charged album from the gut and the truth, as opposed to trying to fit neatly into a genre (scene, Emo, whatever) takes balls. Spell Toronto has apparently been through the ringer, just what a band needs to grab the words they?ve been seeking. The vulnerability on Be More Careful is as infectious as the hooks. The lyrically selfless ?the Painter? peeks into a relationship shattered, but screams of hope. The chorus is riveting. The words ?am I holding you back? speak of self sacrifice, something muddled in our generation. The organ notes and strings of ?Everyone Was Nice? exude feelings of loss and anger, masked by shared memories and the wonderment of a seemingly short life. Perhaps the ballad for their friend lost to the war, it is magnificent in both its beauty and its sadness. Employing engineers Christian Cummings and Joe Marlett (Queens of the Stone Age and Foo Fighters) was the right move here. Every track oozes with affecting tonalities. Spell Toronto has achieved a kind of brutal honesty in Be More Careful, one that exemplifies the kind of music the world needs right now. Buy this record now, and sink into it. MM