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Fall As Well Review
by Dan Cappello

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Fall As Well is by far the one band that has shocked me the most with their style, and the immense musical influences in their music. They blend great nineties hard rock with soft melodic vocals in a completely unique way. You could be listening to the song "Lazy Eyed" and it flows like an Oasis song from the nineties, or you could be listening to "Twilight" which sounds like a smooth blues rock song from the sixties. Fall As Well's music stands out from everything that is being played on the radio today.

Each song on the album flows so smoothly you could easily be taken away from anything you are doing at that moment and become one with the music. Singer Jarrod Parker's vocals are melodic and captivating. His voice takes you on a wild ride through the bands world and it is mesmerizing. Normally I would not listen to this style of music, but this album really changed my outlook on just what makes an artist an artist.

Parker's vocals would be nothing without the extremely talented band that surrounds him. The have the ability to play solid hard rock and calm down and play beautiful blues. The guitarist's blues licks on the intro to the song "Twilight" made me forget that I was listening to a relatively small band and made me think I was listening to Cream or Led Zeppelin.

This is easily one of the best albums out there right now if you're looking for a band with lots of diversity and many musical influences. They are captivating and mystifying. It's almost as if they are putting a spell on you as you listen to each note in every song. If you're not careful you may float off into another world while you're listening to the album in your car, so buckle up, you just never know where this album will take you.


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Fall As Well

Label:Imprint Records
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Track Listing:
01 Dead & Growing
02 Lazy Eye
03 Watson
04 Harbor Lights
05 Twilight
06 Plateau
07 Kodo Ku
08 Drained
09 The Burning
10 Fireflies
11 I Drown
12 Bela Went Home

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