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Audio CD, April 13, 2003
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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Deep ELM
  • ASIN: 5552258738
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Scott Heisel on May 17, 2003
Format: Audio CD
With all the recent speculation about Benton Falls breaking up, I can only hope that for all of our sakes, they reconsider and stick it out. Why? Because this album rocks, plain and simple.
Benton Falls is a trio of men from Santa Rosa, CA, and these guys make a lot of sound. My first impression of this CD was "wow, this is loud." I assumed there would be, if nothing else, at least two guitar players. I was wrong. Singer Michael Richardson covers all guitar duties, and this guy can shred. The sheer power brought forth by his six-string puts me in awe at times on this album. Knowing that he does all the singing [and occasional screaming, too] only makes me hold his talent in a higher regard.
Look at me, I'm jumping ahead - you don't even know what the band sounds like! Well for starters, it's on Deep Elm.
Okay, now that 90% of you have already scrolled to the bottom of the review to leave some comment like "emo blowz! bye the new racnid album...I'll address the rest of you who don't always write off bands based on a label association. Yes, this is stereotypically "emo" music. No one involved with this album will deny that. But this album is definitely in the upper echelon of what Deep Elm has been releasing lately [Brandtson? Please. If I wanted to hear Midtown, I'd listen to my Midtown CDs]. Richardson's voice is more unique than it is generically whiny, although his tone does strike a familiarity within me. I can't recall who he sounds like, but I know I like it. And, while the lyrics are your basic Deep Elm "I'm depressed, I miss you, I'm dying, etc." fodder, Richardson actually pulls off lines like "January's cold / but February's colder" with a level of sincerity not seen since Sunny Day Real Estate. The band also sparingly uses the idea of screaming in some of the tracks.
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By A Customer on July 12, 2003
Format: Audio CD
These guys are pretty good, at times very good.
This outing is better than their first CD because:
1. Their music and themes don't get stuck in slow depressed circles EVERY track. More variety here.
2. Musically more progressive and challenging (read: entertaining).
3. More rockin', Harder album that's simply more fun to listen to.
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