9 thoughts on “ The Way I See Things - Nonpoint - Nonpoint (CD, Album)

  1. Oct 10,  · Song Lights, Camera, Action; Artist Nonpoint; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Razor & Tie); BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, LatinAutor, ASCAP, CMRRA, ARESA, Concord Music Publishing.
  2. Nonpoint lyrics - song lyrics sorted by album, including "What A Day", "Orgullo", "Dodge Your Destiny".
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  4. Sep 30,  · Always keeping the nonpoint sound but always progressing further. On some songs the venture into metal territory and sort of flirting with hair metal ballads but not in a corny way. Great guitar playing, drumming, singing always and always staying relevant. Great solid metal, hard rock album. Hope these guys stay around for years to come/5(72).
  5. Listen to your favorite songs from Nonpoint [Explicit] by Nonpoint Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  6. The way I see things, their seventh studio record features material which shows what the band does best. Nonpoint are playing to their strengths on this self titled album and while it doesn’t convey a sense of development, it does reflect that the band is definitely alive and kicking.
  7. Listen free to Nonpoint – Nonpoint (Lights, Camera, Action, The Way I See Things and more). 12 tracks (). release, the seventh studio album from the Florida-based Heavy Metal band. The album was produced and engineered by Johnny K (Disturbed, Staind, Sevendust) at Groove Master Studios in Chicago, Illinois.
  8. This album marks Nonpoint's third lineup in as many albums so it's hard to gauge the band's progress when there's remarkably little consistency. Still, it's only sort of surprising that the newest lineup sounds like what I would expect Nonpoint to sound like/5(66).
  9. May 20,  · What a perfect way to end an awesome comeback album, with a beautiful middle-eastern guitar lick that carries an interesting air throughout the song. If this self-titled album is in fact a rebirth of Nonpoint, then like a phoenix, they certainly have risen from the proverbial ashes of their previous efforts.

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