Songs to Burn Your Bridges By is the fourth album by rock band Project 86. Originally released independently in November 2003 on the band's own label Team Black, the album was re-released on Tooth & Nail Records on June 1, 2004.
Drax Project LIGHT feat Drax Project.
Project 86 Your Heroes Are Dead.
Album by Project 86. Spy Hunter. A Shadow On Me. Safe Haven. Say Goodnight To The Bad Guy. Breakdown In 3/4. The Great Golden Gate Disaster. A Fruitless End Ever. A Text Message To The So-Called Emperor.
First album tab for a Project 86 album. I decided to go with Songs To Burn Your Bridges By because not only have I mastered all. the songs to perfection, but it's also my favourite album. Now, I'll beputting "TIPS:" throughtout the tab. Watch for these, cause they include or other important information. As for different clean and distortion guitars. I will only be listing it when a song. Both a clean AND a distortion guitar. And I will only list it under a verse, pre-chorus, when you switch from one to the other.
This is by far the best Project album.
Major label refugees Project 86, however, have beat those odds and put out Songs To Burn Your Bridges By, a hard-hitting 14-track affair that I'm having trouble removing from my stereo. Project 86's sound staddles a number of lines. They have the intensity of Sick Of It All or Snapcase The album's opening barrage of "The Spy Hunter" and "Oblivion" pound the listener into submission, with aggressive guitar lines and yelled choruses that are so abrasive they're catchy. The album then shifts gears with "A Shadow On Me," a song that could very easily end up on some "Extreme Rock" show on M2 or FUSE, with the main vocalist's barks shifted to the background, allowing the guitarist take over. A comparison could be made to a band like Trust Company, although this is much better.