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by Frequency Fall

If the members of Radiohead copulated with a robot Mars Volta coverband while the Smashing Pumpkins played softly in the background the progeny would most certainly be Frequency Fall. Turn on your brain. Press play.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Pretext
4:14 $0.99
2. Syncope
4:58 $0.99
3. Come Down
4:13 $0.99
4. Untouched
5:05 $0.99
5. Beyond You and Yours
5:28 $0.99
6. The Quiet Us
8:12 $0.99
7. Anodyne
1:55 $0.99
8. The Gospel Truth
1:51 $0.99
9. In Possibilities
4:34 $0.99
10. Human Kind
4:36 $0.99
11. Scant
1:55 $0.99
12. The Fallout
6:15 $0.99
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Album Notes
For details and downloads of the band's latest release, "Everything Now", head to http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/frequencyfall1

Birthed through the tubes of the interweb and mollycoddled in the arms of countless virtual studios. Rocked out through computer screens with human screams. A tale of two pities.

It's been a journey trying to capture this journey, but here, at last, it is. Painstakingly painful in its provision of a plethora of possibilities. Potentially. Pause. Ponder. Press play.

And promise me EVERYTHING. now.



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...the music is a beautifully insane,soporific noise that makes your brain numb and puts you in a trance...the vocals are just as smooth, dreamy, and mesmerizing...Travis has such a beautiful voice that I almost wish I could understand whatever the hell he's saying...this is truly an AMAZING MUSICAL MASTERPIECE!


Makes everything on the radio sound like crap
Even though this CD has all the intensity of Smashing Pumpkins and the complexity and intelligence of Radiohead, it belongs in a class of its own. After listening to Resensitize, the radio bores me immensely. I am looking forward to their new album. On The minus side, the vocals are a bit off pitchwise, but they progressively get better with each song. I truly believe the next album will deserve five stars by even the harshest of standards.


wonderful for fans of alternative
this is definitley worth buying for anyone who appreciates alternative and music thats different from the normal. reminds me of the great alternative heroes of the past, and definitley had some thought put into it. i like the band a lot and think they deserve a spot in alternative music. the fact that its different is very refreshing and makes it more interesting to listen to then yet more bubble gum pop, generic hard rock, poppy upbeat "punk", gangsta rap, repetitive hip hop, and pretentious indie rock

James Dee

Smashing Pumpkins in disguise?
An excellent album and especially good as they are from canada (yes, I am a canadian too). They have great melodies, their music soars (used far too often in reviews, but i assure you its true in this case!) And its so well produced. I have managed to pass this on to friends who are music snobs who only like Kings of Leon, Queens of the Stone Age etc, and they were likewise impressed! And it helps that the sound like Smashing Pumpkins too (was I the only heartbroken SP fan when they broke up?) Who needs Mr. Corgan anyway? Keep me entertained, FF!


Not bad...
Though a good album by any standard it was decidedly slower than I first expected, which disappointed me. I don't want to take anything away from this album as a whole though because, well, it's still pretty damn good. And, you won't hear it six times on FM in your car in the time it takes you to drive to work in the morning--so that's a plus.

South of Mainstream

This is music with layers, hidden depths, and promise...
Travis Clark has a voice that reminds me of a cross between Jon Bunch from Sense Field and Jeremy Enigk. It's calmer moments find him softly chanting rather than singing. But when the music swells, so do his vocals...emitting growls, yells and shrieks. As the songs advance, the similarity to Enigk continues to grow.

Musically there's a nice mixture of the mellow and the frantic. "Untouched" is a very pretty, fuzzy and discordant ballad with an 80's style bass line and slow building guitar parts, mixed with fuzzy electronic effects and vocal manipulation. "The Quiet Us" is another ballad that could easily fit on a SDRE or One Line Drawing disc, with the same slow build to an emotional chorus from mild beginnings. "The Gospel Truth" has an ethereal intro that builds into a scream of emotion. More driving tracks like "Pretext" and "Human Kind" showcase the heaviness of emotion with heavy guitar and bass sound.

Music like this, created almost solely by emotion, driven by feeling, is a release for the listener as much as the artist. It's a voice reaching out and saying "...hey, I've been there too. Let it out". This, despite the bad name it's getting, is what emo is all about.

Bryan Q

smashing punmkins meets radiohead. The lyrics are a little drowned out by the music, but it makes you reallyu feel the emotion in the song. Wonderful solos at points.

Kristian Perry

Heavy, melodic, interesting good stuff!
I just randomly picked this up, but it's great. I think their self-description, invoking Soundgarden, the Smashing Pumpkins, and Radiohead isn't far off. They have a rich creative sound that's heavy and powerful. I really enjoyed this and I hope they make it big so I can see them on tour. Pick this CD up!


Expected more
Great album, don't get me wrong, but I expected more after hearing their second album.

Forrest Rapier

SP meets MV
If the Smashing Pumpkins mated with Mars Volta, their offspring would be Frequency Fall. This is a fantastic and original album, very refreshing in this day and age! Get it.
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