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Label: Sickday Recording (USA)
Catalog Number: SD001
|1.||All or Nothing||4:28|
|4.||Welcome to My Life||4:34|
|6.||Hey You||4:11||Cover: Pink Floyd|
|9.||Child Inside of Me||3:07|
|11.||It's All Over||4:25|
|Total Running Time:||46:51|
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|From: Andyhardrock||Date: March 28, 2008 at 14:42|
|Fools faith is a band that was formed in 1995, in New Jersey, former known as Aftermath when first released their debut untitled “Natural Destruction” (2003), now releases their second album: “Undone” (2007), with 11 very well structured tracks, several hard rock and progressive metal influences, being the main inspiration during the 80s. The elements of hard rock/metal reminds me of bands such Tyketto, a little bit of Bon Jovi (the 80s one), American Angel, Savatage, and progressive metal aspect: Styx, Kansas a bit of Queensryche (the good one). A The band is formed by Joey Dia - Lead vocals/Rythm guitars, John Gallicano - Lead guitars/Backing vocals, Andy Kadin - Keyboards/bass, and Marc Chandler - Drums/Backing vocals, excellent musicians, destaque para o vocalista Joey Dia, but there’s space to everybody to shine in this album. The first tune "All or Nothing" begins with a riff that reminds me of Metallica, one of my favorites of this cd, "Somebody´s Someone" remindes me of a brazi|
|From: Andyhardrock||Date: March 28, 2008 at 14:43|
|...brazilian band "Dr Sin", "Welcome to my Life" with a a very cool acoustic session, a big refrain and backings vocals. “Undon” , another favorite, great vocal variation, but the next one is simply the best of the album, in my opinion, of course, “Child Inside of Me”, with a refrain that makes you sing from the very beginning. This is the kind of album that the most you listen to it the more you want it to, the songs are totally different from another, which makes you listen over and over again. This year the band promises the successor of “Undone”, while it doesn’t come up, run after this gem right now. Contato/Contact: www.foolsfaith.com www.myspace.com/foolsfaith|
|From: juan carlos||Date: November 12, 2009 at 20:53|
|Good HR/Prog Metal. "Undone" reminds me of Rush a bit. Fools faith reminds me more about bands like Dream Theater, Fates Warning or Metallica(just a bit) but Dream Theater is their most influential band as i see. "My Addiction" and "Child Inside of Me" are my faves. 8.3/10|
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