17 Songs, 1 Hour 15 Minutes


Mastered for iTunes


Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
73 Ratings

73 Ratings

Daddio2011 ,

Great album if you don't have it

But if you already own the original version, you might be disappointed. You're basically paying a lot for two new songs. I am a huge Red fan, but I'm not sure how I feel about this practice of asking this much for the same album, plus 2 songs.
The main songs are great as ever but they sound close enough to the same that it isn't notable.
That said, if you don't have the first album, and want it (which you should if you like Red), this is the one to get.

lownash ,


This band and its members are truly the best of what American Rock music has to offer! I've been a fan ever since I heard these guys for the very first time. They continue to define the genre with each album and other bands can only hope to keep up.

itsmauricio97 ,


End of Silence was the album that got me into this RED. Every song on the record struck a cord that no other band ever has, and that's when I knew this band would become my favorite band ever.

The first eleven songs have been remastered to eliminate any "scratchy" sounds from its first release. The difference is there but it's subtle. Now, the other six tracks are the real prize of this re-release. The "Breathe Into Me" acoustic track has been heard before in the Release The Panic Deluxe Edition but this time it has a little added bit that you're gonna have to hear for yourself. "Already Over" acoustic sounds amazing, and the same could be said of "Lost" and "Hide". Just when you thought these songs couldn't sound better, Red comes out with acoustic versions, which manage to hit a softer note, but it gives you a feel of another side of the songs. "If I Break" is an amazing track that deals with our call to God in our time of chaos, falling, and breaking. It's truly up there with their other ballads such as "Pieces", "Not Alone" and "Hold Me Now". "Circles", which is an instrumental, gives the listener a similar feel to that of their other material like "Break Me Down", "Shadows", and "Part That's Holding On". Everything "RED" sounding is in this seven-minute track. Also, it is now the longest track in RED's discography, beating out "Pieces" and "Nothing and Everything" by a whole minute.

In conclusion, this album is definitely worthy of a download if you're new to RED and it still is worthy of a re-download if you're a long time fan of the band. End Of Silence has aged very well and it holds a special place in every RED fan as well as what started their career in music making.

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