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8 thoughts on “ Without You - Breaking Benjamin - Dear Agony (CD, Album)

  1. Breaking Benjamin's fourth foray into the crowded waters of early 21st century alternative metal/post-grunge feels a lot like their first kelndebconsphincgicesymriejigwhorate.xyzinfo's good news for longtime fans of the brooding Pennsylvania quartet. Front-loaded with the singles "Fade Away" and "I Will Not Bow" (the latter was featured in the Bruce Willis sci-fi film Surrogates), Dear Agony feels like a well-oiled machine Brand: Hollywood Records.
  2. Oct 24,  · Fade Away Breaking Benjamin Dear agony Please rate and comment. I own no rights to this song.
  3. Dear Agony is the fourth full-length studio album by American rock band Breaking Benjamin. It was released on 29th September through Hollywood Records, and included three singles titled “I.
  4. Jan 13,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Dear Agony on Discogs/5(5).
  5. Aug 15,  · ‘Dear Agony’ is my favorite song from Breaking Benjamin. Despite its sad and often depressing tone, it conveys a deeper message that many listeners relate to their own struggles in life. ‘Dear Agony’ is a track off of the album with the same exact name. Released September 29, , this album .
  6. Get the best deals on Music Album CDs Breaking Benjamin when you shop the largest online selection at kelndebconsphincgicesymriejigwhorate.xyzinfo Free shipping on many items Dear Agony by Breaking Benjamin (CD, Sep, Hollywood) out of 5 stars (31) Total Ratings 31, % agree - Would recommend. $ New.
  7. Apr 30,  · Dear Agony, an Album by Breaking Benjamin. Released 29 September on Hollywood (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Alternative Rock, Alternative Metal/5(16).
  8. Nov 25,  · Weekender: The album is an image of a brain scan. Whose? Burnley: It’s my brain. And it’s just going along with these issues that I have to deal with. They’re mainly, besides like chronic fatigue syndrome, there’s a couple of neurological disorders that I have that stem from alcoholism. So that’s kind of the whole “Dear Agony” theme.

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