Cause and Effect (Digital Summer album)

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Cause and Effect
Album causeandeffect cover.jpg
Studio album by Digital Summer
Released March 8, 2007
Recorded Minds Eye Digital in Tempe, Arizona
Genre Hard rock, alternative metal, nu metal
Length 44:10
Label Unsigned
Producer Larry Elyea and Digital Summer
Digital Summer chronology
Cause and Effect
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating 4/5 stars[1]

Cause and Effect is the first studio album by hard rock five piece Digital Summer. It was released on March 8, 2007, and features the single "Whatever it Takes".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Disconnect" 4:07
2. "Crash" 3:50
3. "Suffocate" 3:36
4. "Now or Never" 3:12
5. "Broken" 3:42
6. "One More Day" 3:21
7. "Chasing Tomorrow" 3:48
8. "Sick Inside" 3:43
9. "This Time" 3:58
10. "Whatever it Takes" 3:32
11. "Love and Tragedy" 4:25
12. "SXXXOXXXE" 2:56

Miscellaneous information[edit]

  • The song, "Whatever It Takes", was played in regular rotation on several major market radio stations, including 98KUPD Phoenix, Arizona, Rock1061 in Savannah, Georgia, Banana 1015 in Flint, Michigan, and Octane 20 on Sirius Satellite Radio.[citation needed]
  • The songs, "Disconnect", "Whatever It Takes", and "Suffocate", were featured in the off-road video All Crossed Up.[2]
  • "Chasing Tomorrow" was featured in an animation project by Adam Sabo for the Art Institute of Phoenix[3]
  • "Suffocate" was used in the soundtrack of the independent horror film Blood Guardian.[4]


  • Kyle Winterstein - Vocals, guitar, producer
  • Ian Winterstein - Guitar
  • Johnmark Cenfield - Guitar
  • Anthony Hernandez- Bass
  • Chris Carlson - Drums
  • Larry Elyea, Mind's Eye Digital - producer, engineer