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It's 2008 and we're possibly even more excited about what this year has to offer than when we gave this countdown a shot for the first time last year. So, once again, we're Highlighting our most anticipated projects already in development for the year. Read on to see what records the staff of are most excited about - and why!

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Album Cover#4. Sanctus Real
We Need Each Other

Release Date: February 12

Another band I'm probably a bit too enthusiastic about, but how can anyone not be? The Face of Love was a peak for the band, and now they are ready to soar. We Need Each Other will take Sanctus Real to new heights!...
        - Lauren Summerford

Sanctus Real changed their sound on their third release in 2006 which implemented a more dark approach compared to previous efforts. Oftentimes the guys have been compared to the Goo Goo Dolls and Hoobastank. Implementing many styles into their music, spanning from the 70s to now, Sanctus Real has not disappointed listeners with their past projects, and with their latest release, there are no signs of slowing down...
        - Wayne Myatt

Sanctus, like many talented pop/rock outfits, has only gotten better with age. And, now that Audio Adrenaline has left a void with their dissolving last year, Sanctus Real may be positioned to slide right in with this hit-laden new release...
        - John DiBiase

Not many people can deny the amount of talent the guys of Sanctus Real have. Audiences were blown away by their debut; many never expected them to consistently captivate release after release. How many artists can honestly say they have gotten better with each album? We Need Each Other has the potential to be amazingly great or disappointingly mediocre. If previous records tell us anything, this release will not only be solid but also an album that will get play year-round...
        - Jess Gregorius

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