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Volition

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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Album Notes
For details and downloads of the band's latest release, "Everything Now", head to http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/frequencyfall1
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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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molly

their best album
i love resensitize, but i can tell they've gotten better with this one. its more creative and artful then its predecessor in my opinion, and although theyre both fantastic its good to see the band grow as artists. i hope to see their next album be even better, and ill be sure to track their career
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ariel

unstoppable!
...the first album was amazing, the bass was insane in almost all of the tracks and specially omnipotent on "Human Kind"...this album is more guitar driven, yes the bass is still what holds the music together but the guitar is a lot more involved in this album with some exquisite guitar solos that satisfied even the most refined ear pallets...the only thing I did not like about the album is that it is too short!...but just you wait, come August of 2006 (this year) they will release their third masterpiece which promises to be their best!...
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Kristian Perry

Ambitious, beautiful, exciting.
These guys really did a fine job on the new CD. I randomly came upon Resensitize, so I had to hear Volition. It's a step forward in exploring different moods and sounds. I really enjoy this disk! Hopefully they'll come near Washington DC sometime!
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James Dee

Back for more?
I wanted to give this album a 4.5 really. Not really a 5 ('The BEST THING EVER!'), but certainly better than their last album (which I rated the same). So, thusly it rates the same. BUT! Its bigger, its more clever and certainly makes my ears want to do the boogaloo (or whatever dance you youngsters are into these days..) I guess I am a bit disappointed at a mere seven tracks to engage the mind, but, beggars can't be choosers. Keep an eye out for these chaps...they're gonna be big!
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Jon Furholt

Smooth, but agressive
This is very good! I love the way they combine meoldy work of a genius and a rough sound. If you like early Radiohead with progressive elements, this is the thing!
I wonder if they'd ever bother to come to Norway, to me..?
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Love smashing pumpkins?
Sounds like the pumpkins but without the winniness that Corgan sometimes got carried away with. Nice beats, won't be a dissipointment.
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Forrest Rapier

21st Century SP
If the Smashing Pumpkins had first formed in 2008 instead of 1988, they might have sounded like this. The only reason I took off a star is that it's too darn short! I want to hear more from FF. Get this album and get Resensitize too.
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