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Falling In Reverse are a force of nature, a scene band poised to break out of that scene and into the hearts of anyone who likes loud guitar and rock swagger.
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  • Audio CD (June 18, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2013
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Epitaph
  • ASIN: B00COQKE2M
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,664 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Champion
2. Bad Girls Club
3. Rolling Stone
4. Fashionably Late
5. Alone
6. Born to Lead
7. It's Over When It's Over
8. Game Over
9. Self-Destruct Personality
10. F**k The Rest
11. Keep Holding On
12. Drifter
13. Where Have You Been
14. Goddamn
15. Rolling Stone (Shy Kidx Remix)

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Deluxe version with 3 bonus tracks and enhanced packaging.
Falling In Reverse are a force of nature, a scene band poised to break out of
that scene and into the hearts of anyone who likes loud guitar and rock
swagger. Fronted by charismatic singer and songwriter Ronnie Radke, Falling
In Reverse have taken themselves to the next level and beyond with
Fashionably Late, an album that combines their classic hard edged sound with
pop, EDM and even some hip hop influences. One listen to first single
Alone tells the whole story: a huge electrohouse opening, followed by
Ronnie's flowing rap verses, and a huge singalong pop chorus, with a
breakdown straight out of the Lil Wayne playbook closing things down.
Produced by Elvis Baskette, who helmed the band's best selling debut, and
mixed by Grammy winning pop mastermind Chris Lord Alge (U2, Green Day,
Paramore, My Chemical Romance), Fashionably Late is the moment we've
seen for bands like My Chemical Romance and Paramore: when a scene band
steps into the spotlight and becomes a national phenomenon.

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By SemperExcelsius715 on June 18, 2013
Format: Audio CD
Well, a little bit about me, to start. I'm 21 years old, I'm a senior in Petroleum Engineering at UT Austin and have played lead electric guitar for almost 10 years. I have grown up listening to Ronnie's music. Ever since 2007 when I first heard Dying Is Your Latest Fashion, I was hooked. His creative lyrics, his unique vocals (cleans and screams), and his overall "f*** any opposition" attitude have always inspired me to pursue my dreams in life without hesitation. Anyways, hearing of his departure from Escape The Fate and incarceration in 2008 was really quite saddening. One of the best had truly fallen. To hear of Falling In Reverse in 2009 was quite nice. Most of the music in the "scene" now just sucks, but Falling In Reverse is an exception. The Drug In Me Is You in 2011 really was a breath of fresh air, and in my opinion, truly rivaled Dying Is Your Latest Fashion.

Fast-forwarding to 2013, this sophomore album by Falling In Reverse is no joke. They've changed their style slightly, while still remaining true to their roots... Personally, I say it's Ronnie's best work, but my congratulations doesn't stop with Ronnie. The entire band is incredible. Jacky is one of the best lead guitarists of this decade, Derek's riffs and breakdowns are absolutely brutal, Ryan's machine-gun drumming is almost unbelievable, and Ron's bass-work is quite amazing (especially in Born To Lead). The band still has retained a sense of identity when it comes to the post-hardcore/metalcore/pop punk style. Similar riffs, similar leads, similar breakdowns, similar vocals...

Now to analyze the differences: Pick Up The Phone was the closest thing to rap on the previous album (the verse before the chorus or whatever), but this album takes that direction and runs with it.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Nathan B on June 20, 2013
Format: Audio CD
At first listen, this album is a little bipolar. Seems to jump around hitting a few genres. After having the album for a little over a week now and actually listening to it over and over again, it is very catchy and is something that I can continue to listen to over and over because of the variety there is on this CD. I do want to point out that Ronnie and all of the rest of Falling In Reverse are making music that they want to make and are having fun doing so. He states in an interview that people are saying that he has become a sell out and is going for the mainstream fame when you can turn that one around and say that if they were to stay with the same sound as their previous album just to give certain people what they want, that they are selling out by not letting themselves test out new waters and see what they, as a band, like. All of the members are happy with this CD and frankly I am too. I did not expect this sudden change and the music video "Alone" did scare me a little but there is a bigger picture to pretty much all of the songs on this record. I believe this is Jacky Vincent's greatest demonstration of what he can do on the fretboard thus far as a musician. Born to Lead's solo is phenomenal! The song "Bad Girl's Club" reminded me of Avril Lavigne from the start and was surprised to see that they had a sound-alike girl sing almost identical lyrics from one of her songs, but it worked and was a nice addition to the album. If you weren't impressed by Ronnie's rapping, then clearly rap isn't for you. For those of you that don't know, he will be releasing an album on his own that will be a rap CD. It has been confirmed that there will be collaborations with familiar names but none released quite yet.Read more ›
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Eddie on November 10, 2013
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An enjoyable album to listen to, Falling In Reverse put out an album to be proud of. Rocking songs from beginning to end, this is a CD I've enjoyed listening to many times.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Robert Z on July 12, 2013
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i've loved falling in reverse since their inception, This album is no exception.
I was a litte nervous knowing that the music style had changed (from what i had seen at concerts) but didnt know what to expect until I had heard the whole thing myself. I'm hooked!
There is a little something for everyone in this album. Typical FiR Hard Rock, some rap, and even a folky type song too. I dont know if anything will every touch "The Drug In Me Is You" album, but this one is one for the books.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By tenzo on July 12, 2013
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Just simply loved it, its all over the place and couldn't be happier with this new cd! Highly recommend! Screaming, singing, punky, funny and even small rap. Awesome!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By levi farland on March 25, 2014
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Love falling in reverse, and got 15 songs for 11 bucks. For the quality and quantity of this album I would have paid... at least 12.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By P. Rutt on June 19, 2013
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It takes a lot of courage to release an album like this. It would have been easy for Falling in Reverse to just keep with the formula they established on "The Drug In Me Is You." Instead they took a risk and the results are an album that is easily the best of 2013 so far. Rap, glam metal, 80's pop, metalcore, and MCR/Blink182 style punk are all mashed together to come up with a killer sound. Fun (and at times) hard hitting lyrics about a guy who self reflects on his demons, his recovery, and why he is the man he is. I am also impressed with the lead guitarist. Based on the last album and on parts on this one...you know the guy has the chops reminiscent of the 80's "Shrapnel" artists. He has the restraint not to over shadow the magic that is happening on this album. The one thing that is unfair is this album will be brushed aside and over looked being released the same week as Kanye's "Yeezus." "Fashionably Late" is a better album.
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