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  • Audio CD (March 29, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Dual Disc
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B0007SL360
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (150 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #198,456 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Starless
2. Cold
3. So Far Away
4. Colors
5. Death Trend Setta
6. The Deep End
7. No Giving Up
8. Dead Skin
9. Disco
10. The Unknown

Editorial Reviews

The first side of every DualDisc contains a full audio album. The DVD side provides the same album in enhanced sound (such as 5.1 Surround Sound), along with such multimedia features as music videos, documentary footage, photo galleries, web links, and other enhanced content. Columbia. 2005.

Customer Reviews

I fell in love with the song and bought the CD.
Riven
Crossfade really doesn't make a new niche for themselves on their debut effort, choosing instead to sound like the two previously-mentioned bands.
Andrew Olson
Definitely don't hesitate to buy this one ... you will love it!!
Deborah A. Duley

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

83 of 89 people found the following review helpful By TOL on December 27, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is a great band. Although I live in their home town of Columbia and I did hear about them back in their Sugardaddy Superstar days, I only actually heard about this CD through Taxi - which is the independant A&R company that got them signed. And I have to say, they deserve every bit of the success that will surely come their way. They are absolutely terrific songwriters with catchy hooks, great musicianship, and smooth dead-on vocals that really come through on this CD. I have read the other reviews that say this band lacks originality and, I have to say that I don't totally disagree on Tracks 5-10. But it doesn't really bother me because it seems to me that the band is still trying to find themselves, and they certainly have a lot of talent to work with. So let them be a little unoriginal at first, as long as they progress as they grow. That said, tracks 1-4 really define this band. These are, by far, the strongest tracks on the CD featuring an original songwriting style that, if drawn upon for future albums, should give them the long musical careers that they deserve. On tracks 5-10, there are obvious influences from other bands - most notably, in my opinion, P.O.D. and Linkin Park. Again, I think this is OK for their first release because the songs are just that good. My complaint is that they don't pull off the styles as well as the original bands that defined them. For example, on a few tracks, they try to mix a bit of rap rock into the choruses - a task better left to Linkin Park or Limp Bizkit. This vocalist just doesn't have the right style for it. But, all of that aside, the talent and songwriting ability of this band shines through any "start-up" problems that they may have.Read more ›
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Eddie on October 29, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Crossfade seriously rock!. They should stay with their own style tho (no more disco and Death Trend Setta please!!) Here's my song by song breakdown...

1. Starless - Alot of variety on the song. Great chorus. Hated the "Rap" part in the end at first but it kinda builds on u. 9
2. Cold - First song i heard from the album. Made me get the album. 9.5
3. So Far Away - I love how this song starts. One of the best songs off this album. 10
4. Colors - its good but "surely not the best". The first three songs are much better 7.5
5. Death Trend Setta - Too familiar and too crappy. Although i love that opening riff, up until the singing.. Personally did not like. 5
6. Deep End - Great song with a great chorus. 8.5
7. No Giving Up - Nice opening. Solid song. 9
8. Dead Skin - Softer than others. Ok song. 7.5
9. Disco - Too "disturbed". Not the best song but not as sucky as ppl say. 6
10. The Unknown - Great way to end the album. Too redundant tho 8

So songs on the "Best Of" playlist would be:
- So Far Away
- Starless (Tho i still dislike that rapping part in the end)
- Cold
- No Giving Up
- The Deep End

This is an overall good album. Very much worth the thirteen bucks. Also check out Lo-Pro's debut, as well as Breaking Benjamin...
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29 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Andy on February 3, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Crossfade had a pretty big year in 2004, thanks mainly to their catchy hit "Cold" that just kept getting bigger and bigger. They seem to have come out of nowhere, with a self-produced album recorded back in 2003 while the band went under a different name -- Sugardaddy Superstars. This ten track debut attempts to encompass a variety of genres. Crossfade bends between melodic modern rock (in the same vein as Staind) and rap-rock (sounding a bit like Saliva), and as far as this debut goes, these sounds mix about as well as oil and water. No doubt, it's a commendable effort from a bunch of guys who did it themselves, but the album doesn't deliver on a promise that the excellent "Cold" made -- quite frankly, the rest of the album is just weak by comparison. It's easy to see why "Cold" is so big, it's catchy, it's something everyone can relate to and it hits all the right notes. "So Far Away" is almost up to par, and "Starless" would be great if it wasn't afraid to bust open in all the right places, making for a very weak start. "Disco" and "Death Trend Setta" are instant throwaways, cheesy, stale rap-metal at the best. "Dead Skin" and "The Unknown," the mellowist moments, are about the only two tracks I find myself coming back for more. These two songs definitely get better with each listen, but the rest of the album doesn't. If you loved "Cold," I can't promise this will live up to it. It's got a few good songs, but overall, a very disappointing effort. I think the band will get better though when they make another album. I mean, this was self-produced, and on that merit, it's good. But they just can't hang with so many bands that do this sound better right now.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Black_Alvarez on November 9, 2004
Format: Audio CD
People are fickle and stupid. Little do people realize the amazing talent that this band contains. These guys recorded the album in their garage, and then Sony said that the recordings were good enough for the album so they only made minor adjustments. That doesn't happen folks. There are plenty of people out there that think they're on top of the music world cause they watch MTV, but MTV is about as anti-music as you can get. These guys are the real deal. Most likely the best vocals I have ever heard from a band, and Linkin Park could take a lesson from these guys on transitions. Buy it, I promise you will enjoy.
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