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Missing The Moment

by Lead Mile Failure

A rock band that knows a little something about attitude, confidence and balls.
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Save My Soul
3:46 album only
2. Crazy Alice
4:37 album only
3. Lamenting Life
4:12 album only
4. No Sign Of The Body
4:16 album only
5. Love Dies
4:33 album only
6. Drag
2:42 album only
7. Not Today
3:24 album only
8. The Desert
3:29 album only
9. Cluster
4:48 album only
10. Grieve Diva Grieve
4:26 album only
11. It's Takin'A Piece Of My Heart
3:21 album only
12. She Calls My Name
3:46 album only
13. I Gotta Know
9:19 album only


Album Notes
Lead Mile Failure is a hard rockin' band whose sound is a mix of Mettalica, Megadeth and Live.

Each song on this CD stands on it's own. If your getting tired of bands whose songs are all similar, then this band is worth a listen.

But don't take my word for it, read what people are saying.

"Talent speaks volumes and a good song is a good song. This band knows something about both of these things". (review by Alan Pinkerton-Rockpile Magazine Oct.1998)

"This Rocks" (Rockpile Magazine Feb. 2000)



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"Talent speaks volumes and a good song is a good song. This band knows something about both of these things..." "LMF has a handles of the most important aspects of rock. Namely, attitude, confidence and balls." (Rockpile Magazine October 1998)


This band is awesome. Really love the sound and the lyrics. Can't wait to see these guys live!!!!

Kevin from Philly

These guys can really rock. I got the CD and it sounds incredible. Check These guys out in New York at CBGB's on September 12th if your in the area. Well worth a listen.


let's just say..original music isn't usually my "thing", however, these guys just have a sound that caught my ear!!! this latest CD "missing the moment" is their best work to date!!! ...if you've caught one of their live shows you can see that it's their carefree chemistry on stage that contributes to the great sound they produce!!! see ya in New York guys @ CBGB's on Wednesday Sept. 22nd!!!! I can't wait!!! [This message has been edited by Nanci (edited September 07, 1999).]

Phineas Wright

these guys are awesome-especially the bass player. I go to a lot of shows and i haven't seen anyone that plays the bass quite like this nut. I caught thier act over in New Jersey a few months ago and picked up the CD--as good as the cd is it pales in comparrison to a live show experience-too bad the one guitar player can't move his legs.

Hassen Ben Sober

Well!!!!!! I must say....this is the first time I have purchased music online and I am quite satisfied. This band has quite a distinct style, able to change from hard driving rhythms to very melodic and catchy tunes. I am not a musician myself but I have a large CD collection. You can tell quality musicianship when you here it. The drums have a solid driving feel, and the two guitars complement each other well with their own unique sound, but I guess my only complaint would be the bass player. I noticed he likes that "slappy pop" (or should I say sloppy slap!) style of bass playing, which is fine, but who really needs all that "slap" stuff? Even Flea, of the Chili Peppers, for as good as he is, doesn't need to "slap" on every song. So sorry Phineas Wright, I have to disagee with you. You probably could have renamed most of your songs "Cluster" with all that slap stuff. But overall, I enjoyed the music!

Guess Who

I just remember when they used to play in my basement - I thought they were pretty good then :-) I think I remember that the lead singer was pretty cute, too. Guess Who!!!!

Rockpile Magazine

Unsigned Bands Review -- February 2000 Issue
This rocks! LMF may be missing the moment but not the boat.
A mix of Metalica, Megadeth and Live without the production. Tom Falcone sings with a fair amount of angest and sincerity and the rhytmn section is on the same page. The dual chugging guitars add weight to the ensemble...
(Feb. 2000 issue of Rockpile Magazine page 52)