The Ghost Inside Albums Ranked

The Ghost Inside Albums

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The Ghost Inside Albums Ranked list looks at the band’s entire set of studio albums and ranks them in order of what we believe are their best records. The Ghost Inside origins goes back to the early 2000s when their name was actually called As A Dying Dream. While the band was called As A Dying Dream they released an extended play record entitled Now or Never. After the release of their extended play album Now or Never, they signed a recording contract with Mediaskare Records records. Music fans who first heard of the band began classifying them as a Metalcore band. The genre of Metalcore has a huge following. However, when listening close to the music of the band The Ghost Inside, one can hear many different genres of music from emo to pop to punk to metal which argues the fact that the band The Ghost Inside has quite an original sound. Some have compared the band to the sound of As I Lay Dying while others reference bands like Killswitch Engage when trying to describe the sound of The Ghost Inside. Regardless of comparisons, the band The Ghost Inside remains one of the most interesting bands to come out in the 21st-century.

The band The Ghost Inside released their first album under the name The Ghost Inside in 2008 entitled Fury And The Fallen Ones. The band The Ghost Inside followed up their debut album two years later with their sophomore record entitled Returners in the spring of 2010. Continuing with what seemed to be a two-year release schedule, the band was signed to Epitaph Records and released a third album almost two years to the date of their second in June of 2012 entitled Get What You Give. The band’s third album would become their first record to break into the US Billboard top 200 album charts. Once again, two years later the band released their fourth album entitled Dear Youth in November 2014. It would become their highest charting album of their career. The group’s most recent album as of this writing was released in 2020 entitled The Ghost Inside. However the group did release a live album in 2021 entitled Rise From The Ashes; Live At The Shrine.

# 5 – Returners

We open up our The Ghost Inside Albums Ranked List with the album entitled Returners. The album was released in 2010. This raging album opens up with a smoking anthemic style instrumental entitled “Walk Away from the World.” The first thing you notice is the brilliant double bass drumming of KC Stockbridge. The instrumental is intense as it sounds like The Who meets The Killers. Guitarist Aaron Brooks sounds like Pete Townshend on this one. The opener sets up the rest of this fantastic album. The album hit number fifty on the US Billboard Indie Albums Charts. It was the band’s second album release and the first one to break onto the Billboard charts.

Returners Album Track Listing

Walk Away from the World

Greater Distance

Between the Lines

Unspoken

Overlooked

Chrono

The Conflict

Downbeat

The Returner

Through the Cracks

Truth and Temper

# 4 -Fury And The Fallen Ones

Continuing with our The Ghost Inside Albums Ranked List we present the band’s debut album entitled Fury And The Fallen Ones. This album opens immediately with all three members ripping it apart right out of the gate. If you love metalcores and the sound of those style vocals then you will love this one form the album’s opening notes to when the bells finally toil.  The sound of those guitars and drums are so tight on this records, we all knew there would be so much more great stuff to come. There is such an intensity ion this record that echoes some early Black Sabbath and Judas Priest riffs. This album is highly recommended if you can find it. Our favorite tracks RE easily the raging cutS “Destined,” Faith Or Forgiveness. Just give them a chance and they will make you proud of them. The real fans will get it.

Fury And The Fallen Ones Album Track Listing

Provoke

Destined

Faith or Forgiveness

Disintegrator

The Brave

Siren Song

Shiner

Revolutionary (bang the drum)

Inherent Youth

Smoke and Signal Fires

The Lion War

Blue and Gold

# 3 – The Ghost Inside

Moving on with our The Ghost Inside Albums Ranked List we present the album entitled also The Ghost Inside. The album was released in 2020. This was the band’s first album after having went through a horrible accident when their tour bus was involved in a collision with a semi trailer truck. The drivers of both vehicles were killed in the accident and the band members went through some horrible injuries including the band singer Jonathan Vigil who broke his back. The Ghost Inside drummer Andrew Tkaczyk also lost one of his legs from the accident. After going through such a tragedy it almost seems inconceivable that the band was able to get back together and record and release a new album. Not only a new album but a phenomenally great new album. Don’t miss picking up this one.

The Ghost Inside Album Track Listing

1333

Still Alive

The Outcast

Pressure Point

Overexposure

Make or Break

Unseen

One Choice

Phoenix Rise

Begin Again

Aftermath

upbeat, jubilant, high-spirited, cheery, energetic, lively, spirited, excited, rip-roaring, rhythmic, tripping, pulsating, luscious,

# 2 – Get What You Give

Just of the top spot on our The Ghost Inside Albums Ranked List we showcase the album entitled Get What You Give. The Get What You Give album was released in 2012. This would become the band’s first album to break into the US Billboard Top 200 Albums Charts. The Get What You Give album would hit number eight eight on the US Billboard Top 200 Albums Charts. Get What You Give also broke onto the US Billboard Indie Albums Charts peaking at number eighteen

Get What You Give Album Track Listing

This Is What I Know About Sacrifice

Outlive

Engine 45

Slipping Away

The Great Unknown”

Dark Horse

White Light

Thirty Three

Face Value

Deceiver

Test The Limits

# 1 – Dear Youth

We wrap up our The Ghost Inside Albums Ranked List with the album entitled Dear Youth. Van’s fourth album stands is the groups most successful from a commercial standpoint. It was the highest charting album on both the US Billboard top 200 charts in the US billboard in the charts. The album also charted in Austria, Australia Belgium, Germany and Switzerland. The Dear Youth album was released in 2014. The Dear Youth album hit number sixty three on the US Billboard Top 200 Albums Charts.The album also broke onto the US Billboard Indies Albums Charts becoming their first top 10 album in the United States where it hit number nine.

Dear Youth Album Track Listing

Avalanche

Move Me

Out Of Control

With The Wolves

Mercy

Phoenix Flame

Dear Youth

Wide Eyed

My Endnote

The Other Half

Blank Pages

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