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"It's one thing to play a certain type of music," says singer Sonny Moore dismissively, 'but it's another thing to have no originality."

This is not just another brash quote from a member of one of the only truly punk bands left, From First To Last. It's actually more of a mantra. Because when the members of From First To Last (Moore, drummer Derek Bloom ... Read more in Amazon's From First to Last Store

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  • Audio CD (June 29, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epitaph / Ada
  • ASIN: B00027JYY4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (91 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,119 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Solioquy
2. The One Armed Boxer Vs. The Flying Guillotine
3. Note To Self
4. I Liked You Better Before You Were Naked On The Internet
5. Featuring Some Of Your Favorite Words
6. Emily
7. Secrets Don't Make Friends
8. Populace In Two
9. Kiss Me, I'm Contagious
10. Minuet
11. Ride The Wings Of Pestilence
12. Bonus Track 1

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Sonny's vocal job is amazing.
Alana
Minuet and Ride the Wings of Pestilence are my favorite songs.
Kyler K-Wyler E.
Just a breakup song with some really good lyrics.
Bando

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Alana on August 10, 2006
Format: Audio CD
1-Soliloquy: Intro. Pretty good intro considering I hate intros.

2-The One Armed Boxer Vs. The Flying Guillotine: I love this song. It's really a great way to kick off the CD, very fast paced song that caught my attention.

3-Note To Self: This isn't my favorite song, but it's probably one of their most well known. It's definitely not the best off the album but I love Sonny's vocals on it. Once I listen to it I love it, but compared to the rest of the album it's not very good, which is sort of unfair since it's still a good song.

4-I liked you better when you were naked on the internet: This is my favorite song, a lot of people don't like it and think it's boring, but I just love listening to Sonny's voice without the distraction of instruments and screaming. Yes those things are awesome, but Sonny's voice is more amazing. & It's a good song lyrically wise too, but is a short song. (Under two minutes.)

5-Featuring Some Of Your Favorite Words: A great song, another one of my favorites. (That's not saying too much since I love every single song on this album because they're all great.)This has a bit more instruments than some people might like, but not enough to ruin the song or anything. My favorite line is about 2 minutes into the song when Sonny goes, "No I can't breathe".

6-Emily: This is an amazingly sweet song. Even better; it's acoustic. Sonny's vocal job is amazing. It might seem like I overuse that word, but Sonny is a really really really great singer and he deserves credit. :) The only bad thing about this song is its length. I play it over-and-over because it's too short, only 2:39 and it goes by fast when you get caught up in the lyrics. This is my favorite of my favorites. It's short and sweet. Really sweet.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By clairelucille on August 22, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I heard about this band from my brother, who is a hardcore emo fan. I heard the song: Note to self, so I deicided to buy myself a copy, due to the fact I was ready for something new music wise ( My Evanescence CD is collecting dust cuz I listened to it too much, but that's not the point)

And dude.... I WAS BLOWN AWAY!!!!!!! Sonny's vocals are great, the beats are as fast as hell, the drummer is crazy, and the lycircs made my heart pound. I don't think I've listened to the enitre thing yet, but let me get into the songs I know of:

1. Note to self- 10/10 Everyone who has heard of FFTL has heard of this song. It has great lycrics, but the beat gets old after you listen to it too much

2. I liked you better when you were naked on the internet- 4/10 It's ok, nothing really that special.

3. Emily- 10/10 I love it. It's such a bittersweet song that makes you sad. It's perfect to play when you miss someone you love

4. Secrets don't make friends- 8/10 It's pretty good. Not my fave track on the CD, but it's good. The lycrics as usual are great.

5. Populace in two- 8/10 I liked this one alot too. It reminded me of a blink 182 song or soemthing. i don't why, it was probley the guitar.

6.Kiss me, I"m contigous- 9/10 AWESOME SONG!!!!! Sonny is an awesome screamer

7. Minuet- 9/10 Beautiful. It's perfect before you go into Ride the wings of Pestilence.

8. Ride the Wings of Pestilence- 10/10 OMG!!!! This is the best track on the CD!!! I love the angsty lycircs, the high pitched guitars, and of course, Sonny's vocals. The best part of the song is the ending, where Sonny screams, and the guitars go extermly highpitched. It makes chills go down you're spine. This song will get stuck in you're head for days.

So buy this album. I promise, if you need to get away from mainstream bands like Yellowcard, Simple plan, or Evanescence ( Though i love them) , this band will be you're awnser.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Marc Bika on January 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I bought this record totally on a whim. I had heard buzz about this band, but had heard none of their songs. Thanks to a Target gift card and an $8.00 sticker I picked it up, and I am glad I did. Let's set the record straight, this is not your standard Mall-punk emo core outfit. This band draws influences from hardcore and skate/speed punk (in the vein of Pennywise/older Strung Out). The Vocals on this record, as well as the lyrical content shows flashes of The Smiths. The record is very dark in my opinion, and the lyrics reflect uncertaintly, longing, desperation, and anger. The slower,off-tempo tracks like the pining ballad "Emily" and the trippy "I Liked You Better Before You Were Naked on the Internet" contrast nicely with brutal sonic assaults like "Riding the Wings of Pestilence", which is my favorite track on the disc. This record is different from what a lot of bands are putting out right now, and I expect that this young band will be blowing our speakers out for years to come.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Toomin on March 15, 2006
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If you're considering purchasing this album because you liked "Ride the Wings of Pestilence" or "Note to Self", chances are you'll probably find some songs that you like and dislike. First of all, this CD consists of four of five geniously constrcuted songs... packaged in more filler than anyone could want. In all honesty, From First to Last has great talent, but this should have been an EP with the four of five "complete" songs.

Soiliquoy (10/10)- This is just an intro, but it's an amazing way to start the CD. The first think you'll hear, "Hello world, suck the life right out of my voice and breathe it back into yourself," will give you an indication of the power of this group.

The One Armed Boxer vs. The Flying Guillotine (10/10)- The title has nothing do with the song, but you'll find that that's a recurring theme with this group. This is probably the best song on the album. I love the drum intro that leads into the rash scream "kill the lights". The music is rather punkish, and Sonny's speedy vocals only add to the addrenaline. The best line is "How do I address a letter to my generation? "Sonny" she sighed... "Save yourself the postage".

Note to Self (9/10) - The group's most popular single, Note to Self is nothing like the rest of the album. Atypical emo lyrics, and a video easily confused for a Good Charlotte song, you may be turned off by the group's angsty appearance. If you dislike this song, don't let it ruin the band for you. If you take the lyrics serious and don't laugh them off like "every other emo band" you may have trouble identifying with the humorous and sarcastic lyrics in every other song. Best line is "Exagerating the barrier between who I am and who I want to be".
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