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Shallow Bay: The Best of Breaking Benjamin (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about Shallow Bay: The Best of Breaking Benjamin (Deluxe Edition) by Breaking Benjamin. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 01:28:56 minutes.

Artist: Breaking Benjamin
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative
Tracks: 24
Duration: 01:28:56
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No. Title Length
1. Polyamorous 2:56
2. Skin 3:20
3. Medicate 3:45
4. So Cold 4:33
5. Sooner or Later 3:38
6. Rain 3:25
7. The Diary of Jane 3:20
8. Breath 3:38
9. Until the End 4:12
10. I Will Not Bow 3:36
11. Lights Out 3:32
12. Give Me a Sign 4:17
13. Blow Me Away (feat. Valora) 3:09
14. Ordinary Man 3:30
15. Water 4:03
16. Who Wants to Live Forever 3:12
17. I Will Not Bow 4:07
18. Better Days 3:23
19. Polyamorous 3:05
20. Lie to Me 4:05
21. Lady Bug 3:06
22. Enjoy the Silence 3:27
23. Until the End 4:41
24. Breath 4:56



It only makes sense for Breaking Benjamin to bequeath a best-of album — they’ve been at it for over a decade and with four albums in the can (and some stellar B-sides and rarities peppering the deluxe edition), Shallow Bay: The Best of Breaking Benjamin is an apt celebration of their journey thus far. The first half chronologically sequences all their singles starting with their first recorded song, the post-grunge hit "Polyamorous" which landed the band a deal with Hollywood Records. The catchy “Skin” follows — since Breaking Benjamin hardly ever play the tune live, this one has become a coveted fan favorite. The brooding “Medicate” shifts gears with the kinds of pensive lyrics and detuned guitars that never would have happened without Nirvana and a big anthemic stadium chorus that owes a lot to Stone Temple Pilots. A remixed version of “Blow Me Away” turns up with the honey-voiced Valora contributing some guest vocals. From the 11 tracks that make up the deluxe edition it’s hard not to fall for a heavy cover of Depeche Mode’s “Enjoy the Silence.”