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by Fatal Vision

Raw and honest 90’s inspired alternative/grunge mixed with pop-psychedelic-jazz melodies and interludes, solid grooves and hard rocking extended jams.
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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1. Enemy
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2. Tuesday Night
6:15 $0.69
3. Sheep
5:05 $0.69
4. The Answer
6:13 $0.69
5. Commute
5:49 $0.69
6. Speeding
6:00 $0.69
7. Who I Am
4:19 $0.69
8. Find It
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9. Ha Ha Ha
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10. Hopeless
6:04 $0.69
11. Dragon Song
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Album Notes
Raw and honest 90’s inspired alternative/grunge mixed with pop-psychedelic-jazz melodies and interludes, solid grooves and hard rocking extended jams. Unique, eclectic, and produced 100% independently with a punk rock ethos. This album is truly an original and modern creation that will not disappoint.
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"They worship you like a god but you're the enemy!"
Great album! The genre is 90s rock, the themes are universal. There's some introspection, some anger, some sadness. Why did bands stop making music like this? Hope Fatal Vision makes another tour of LA's dive bars in the future!

One of my favorite lines..."They worship you like a god but you're the enemy!"

Chris M.

A Needle in a Haystack
With all of the garbage that clutters modern rock radio, discovering a band like Fatal Vision these days (and especially this album) was like finding a needle in a haystack...and I'm so glad I did! This album, and especially the band's live shows, are full of diversity - from songs that sound like they could have been penned in Aberdeen to songs that fully embrace the spirit of Southern California to songs that give a glimpse into the prog/jazz sensibilities of the multi-talented band members, you really get the whole package. Highly recommended.


Bout Time
I hardly ever turn on the radio anymore unless it is to listen to classic rock or talk radio when working outdoors. Why? Cause radio is garbage. Thank God we can get creative cuts like these ourselves.
I noticed right off the bat that this was no gum ball machine. What a mix of punkishjazzarock!! Very refreshing to hear something unexpected. Very few times could I say that I liked a CD right off the bat, but I did. I may not like every song on this piece...but I love this CD. Period.

My favorite line? “Life is hard. It’s even harder when you’re dumb”.


Love this new recommended artist!
I am always looking for something new to listen to, but always am little skeptical of the "if you like this band, try this one." Thank god I did, Fatal Vision was a great find! From track one, to the hidden track I never skipped over any song, making my commute home (no pun intended) GREAT! Can not wait to see what other music this band has created. If you are looking for one song to try from this artist, I highly recommend track 7 and 10!

Chris C.

Quality over Quantity
It took me awhile to get use to the Fatal Vision sound, but after a few listens, their music just kept growing on me and now the cd has landed a permanent spot in my rotation. I realized, there just isn't much good ol' grunge rock anymore, and I love that this album isn't flooded with (18+ tracks) an overload of crap quality music. Most of the 11 tracks on this album is definitely worth a listen and you'll realize it's all about the FATAL VISION!!!!