Sink Or Swim

by Sixty Miles Down

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    This download contains 3 bonus tracks that are not available anywhere else. Included are the rough demos of Raise The Dead, Underwater and Sink Or Swim. I included these 3 demos for those of you that might like to hear where the songs started. These demos are from 1996-1997. I had no idea how to play guitar at that point and wrote all my songs on keyboards. Pro tools cost thousands of dollars back then and was only available in pro studios. Actually, I don't think anyone was recording on computers in home studios yet. These 3 songs were recorded on an 8 track cassette portastudio. The quality isn't great but the songs are there. -John Mosco-

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Review from Crusher Magazine 1/13/2005:
New Jersey metal clan Sixty Miles Down are big on dark, heavy hooks a la Alice in Chains, Il Nino, and 40 Below Summer. On the quintet’s 12-track disc, it’s hard not to stumble upon thick, rollicking guitars like the ones found on “Dead Weight”, “Resolution”, and “Broken Down”, but there’s a lot more to SINK OR SWIM than one mood. In fact, the ominous piano performance on “Raise the Dead” gives the track an eerie glow, while the contagious melody of “What You Never Had” sounds as if the band could be featured on mainstream radio. Overall versatile, (but at its best when the tone is considerably bleak), Sixty Miles Down combine the wares of Down, COC, Staind, and Godsmack with all of the melodic crunch you crave. www.60md.com -Mike SOS

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released January 1, 2002

Guitar: Andy Hurtt
Guitar: Pete Dobrzanski
Bass: Goob
Drums: John Mosco
Vocals: John Mosco

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Sixty Miles Down Ridgefield Park, New Jersey

Hard-hitting and heavy, yet melodic and memorable, New Jersey’s own SIXTY MILES DOWN grinds out gritty anthems pulled from the darker side of the soul. Throwing out the mold, these east coast rockers will follow no formula and play tag along with no trend as they plan for a new release in 2014. ... more

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