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4.5 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

djbobbyp ,

Break Out by Three Houses Down

The Polynesian Nations are starting to erupt like musical volcanoes from the groundbreaking news that is coming in from South Auckland, New Zealand with the new Three Houses Down CD release entitled… “Break Out!”

And Breaking Out is what they are doing…

With a street date set for November 2, 2009, Three Houses Down will release their second musical contribution to the world…

“Break Out” features 10 new and original music tracks written and composed by Three Houses Down. Featuring the title track “Break Out,” accompanied by other potential classic hits such as “Keep Your Culture,” “Kanikapila,” and “Oh It’s Good,” the second Three Houses Down CD is destined to capture the attention of old THD fans as well as establishing new ones in their ever growing political movement. With a clean and fresh approach to production filled with musical expression and a feel good sound, “Break Out,” will be one of those CDs that will outlive us all.

Recorded at York Studios (Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand) and produced by Three Houses Down and Nic Manders (THD-Dreadtown, Katchafire, Unity Pacific) the new Three Houses Down CD “Break Out” will wake up those who thirst and hunger for new and good music with a meaning and a positive vibration that fulfills and compliments.

“Break Out” by Three Houses Down appears courtesy of the Solkrush Entertainment record label and is distributed through EMI New Zealand. “Break Out” will be available on I-Tunes and all other digital music stores and outlets word wide on November 2, 2009.

If you love real music with a message…. experience the “Break Out” by Three Houses Down and be the first to tell all of your friends of what you heard from “The Boys from Auckland, New Zealand!

billhussle87 ,

dope

this album is better than their first one but i like the tongan songs on both of their albums
keep ur culture. three houses down all the way

Toatahi ,

Come together

We as Islanders need to support each other

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