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Face to Face


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Face to Face is an American punk rock band from Victorville, California formed in 1991 by frontman Trever Keith. The group was initially signed by Dr. Strange Records and were then signed to Fat Wreck Chords.

Face to Face rose to fame with their 1994 second album Big Choice, featuring their radio hit "Disconnected", which was first played by KROQ and appeared in the movies Tank ... Read more in Amazon's Face to Face Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 10, 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: A&M
  • ASIN: B000002G68
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,808 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Resignation
2. Walk The Walk
3. Blind
4. Ordinary
5. I Won't Lie Down
6. Can't Change The World
7. Handout
8. Everything's Your Fault
9. Take It Back
10. Complicated
11. Put You In Your Place
12. Falling

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F2F's songs are fast paced and pumping.
"mango_madness"
I have been looking for years, and I'm so pleased they're finally releasing them!!!
D. Welch
This is probably my favorite punk cd ever.
Jeremy Winter

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Music addict on February 27, 2007
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Originally released in 1984 and now available on compact disc after 22 years. Thanks to Wounded Bird label for this release. The sequence of the songs in this album do not drop a beat. Lead female singer's voice is at times soft and at times husky. The rest of band put their heart and efforts to deliver a very good product. "Under the gun" and "10-9-8" (my two faves) are available here in their original and extended versions. Which makes every penny spent worth the wait. I'm giving five stars to this recording and a million stars to Wounded Birs records.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By (robotique) on March 6, 2007
Format: Audio CD
The debut album from Boston's Face to Face has finally been reissued! Originally released in 1984 on CBS/Columbia/Sony, I thought this would never see the light of day on CD. I also thought the rise of the California punk band with the same name in the 90's would also be an added complication. I need to be more optimistic.

Singer Laurie Sergent's voice is perfectly paired with the band's pop prowess. The upbeat rhythms and new wave nuances blend to create one of my all-time favourite 80's pop albums. With production by super 80's producers Arthur Baker and Jimmy Iovine (now head of Interscope) this cd is a must-own for any 80's pop fan!

As a side note I should mention that Laurie Sergent's career didn't end in 1988 with the break up of Face To Face. She went on to record a solo album in the late 90's and is currently the singer for Twinemen - which is made up of the remaining members of the band Morphine.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 26, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I guess you couldn't really appreciate this CD if you never saw the live show which was innncredible. I worked for this band as well as til'tuesday and The Cars who were all playing the same clubs in and around Boston and New England in the same era. Laurie Sargent had the phenomenal range in her voice and the duelling guitar leads were nothing less than intense. If they ever had a chance to cut a live CD they would have went much further. Its a shame they were sold shot by their record company who thought they were going to make it as a disco band. This was high energy at its best, dance from start to finish, a marathon that was great to watch. These guys were hot.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Josh Henderson on July 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Words can't say enough about how truely great Face to Face is. A remarkable band that has sincere creativity and thoughful lyrics that don't patronize. Lead singer and guitarist Trever Keith has an amazing style to his music, his lyrics are powerful, yet simple. They put the listener into everyday life situations that anyone can relate to and hopefully gives them a powerful sense of hope and direction. Extremely catchy guitar riffs and a powerful bass guitar sound, finished off with Keith's uplifting lyrics- this album is one of a kind. I highly recommend it! I had the priviledge to see Face to Face twice, and they are truly a class act and have a damn great live show! Buy this album!!
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By G. D. Young on October 24, 2005
Format: Audio CD
....so I dismissed this and overlooked it. Like many punk fans, I turned my back to any band that signed with a major label. Sure, our favorite bands, The Ramones, The Clash, etc were on major labels. But ee justified it by saying independent labels weren't as viable of an option back then, and some of the "major labels" started as indies themselves. We kinda knew we were full of crap, but we pressed on. And we should have. The punk scene needs that a-hole element. It just does. But the consequences are missing some great music.

Ever since the whole Dr. Strange/Fat Wreck Chords drama of the early 90's, I never trusted Face To Face. Hearing the Victoria Manor tape (the pre-Face to Face metal band that was, well, awful and funny at the same time) made me think they were simply cashing in on this whole punk thing. Signing to a major confirmed that for me. Maybe they did, but judging the music on it's own merits, it doesn't matter. This is high quality stuff. I always liked Don't Turn Away and secretely loved Big Choice, but I was just too punk rock to get this. Well I should have. The songs on here have a sort of timeless feel to them. They sound like fully realized songs instead of 3 chord punk rock, and that's fine. "Walk the Walk" and "Blind" alone are reasons for buying this.

I guess this review is more about the band than this particular record, but hearing it made me regret not getting in in 1996. It took me almost ten years, it should take you about 30 more seconds. The "add to your cart" button is right there.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "howitzer" on February 20, 2000
Format: Audio CD
All I can really say about Face To Face's self titled release is...it puts the ROCK back in the term Punk Rock. Face To Face explodes on all 12 tracks of pure Punk fury. They have a very unique sound,that to say the least is a breath of fresh air. It sounds like the very punky instrument playing of bands like "MxPx" and "Strung Out." Along with the vocal abilities that could be described as a mix of A.J. Popoff of "Lit" and Ted Bond of "Craig's Brother." If you are a real fan of Punk Rock you should definately buy this album.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Bachelier on April 22, 2007
Format: Audio CD
10-9-8 and Out of My Hands are the stand-out songs here. But the real story is the pre-internet supression of raw talent that Face-To-Face represents. They had it all: two guitars, thumping bass, Charlie Watt's drum kit, and female vocals that could scale and sustain while also gunning her motor like a Harley. Combine it with Pop sensibility and punk ethics, with a healthy respect for guitar hooks and you should have had a band that wiped up the charts. Instead payola crap supressed and distracted us. A pity: with bands like this reaching a broader audience Alternative Rock would have arrived a decaded earlier.
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