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Passion. It's not only the reason so many musicians strive to make a career of their art, but it's the inherent drive to keep aspirations alive & running. It's what pushes a band through the loss of two separate singers (Chris Carraba of Dashboard Confessional & Jason Gleason at that!) & on to a third with hopeful optimism. It's the ingredient that views skeptics as motivation & trials as inspiration. & Ultimately. It's what has set Further Apart from the pack. With a fusion as genuine as any other band's past, fans will get the chance to hear the collaboration of these ground-breaking musicians as on in "Hide Nothing". Rejuvenating both parties through its conception, the group now displays their talent through the album's 10 tracks of absolutely compelling rock.
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  • Audio CD (August 24, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Tooth & Nail Records
  • ASIN: B0002M5UGA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,546 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I hope it doesn't scare you away to know that a forty-two year old man loves this latest cd by FTF. My kids and I caught them on their latest tour, and we all loved their show. There aren't many bands we can all appreciate, so I am thankful when one comes along. I didn't just come to my appreciation lately, though. I have all of their cd's, and, to take nothing away from their previous lead singers, I am very pleased with the addition of Jon Bunch. For me FTF is like an all-star band now. I loved Jon's previous band, Sensefield, and he and the rest of the FTF crew make a great team.

What I love about this cd is it's passion, positivity and hope. It reminds me, in spirit if not in sound, of some of the great anthemic records of U2.

On a personal note: I bought this cd just before my grandmother who suffered from Alheimer's went to her death bed. As I was driving in to see her when she took ill, I was listening to Hide Nothing. On the way I heard the song Make It A Part. There is a line in that song that says, "Love is coming, Love won't let you die alone." It spoke to me, and even though my grandmother hadn't been able to recognize me for a long time, and to all appearances was unaware of my presence at her bedside, I sat vigil with her for two nights and days until she passed. Love had to be there in that room.

Good art makes us better. This is great music in every sense of the word. If you can set your affections for the former lead singers aside for a moment and just listen to the music, I think you will agree.
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This Album is very good. Jon Bunch is an excellent singer, and FSF shows alot of musical progression on this album. The reason this album gets alot of mixed reviews is beacuse of the singing. The singing is excellent, don't believe anything other than that. See, Jon is new, and thats why the rating is all over the place. People who have liked FSF for a long time have seen Chris Carraba and Jason Gleason come and go, and now Jon is either "no Jason" or "no Chris". Jon is competing against the FSF fans stuck in a rut about how either Chris or Jason was better, so they don't approach the album with an open mind. Personally, based on my music tastes, Jason's singing in How To Start A Fire is amazing, and that album remains in my top 5 best CD's list. Ironically, the only thing of Carraba i ever liked was The Moon Is Down with FSF, which is a good album too, but not as good as HTSAF with Jason. thats my opinion. People who reviewed this CD said Jason was boring. I assure you he is not, but i guess its all a matter of an opinion.

Like i said above, i listened to the album once, said "hes no Jason" and dismissed it at first, but after i approached it with an open mind, i really enjoyed the album. if you listen to it constantly saying "Jason could have done it better" or "chris could have done it better", you will not like it at all. You have to take it the way it is, and once you figure it out, it really is a beautiful album.

every FSF album has a different sound to it, as its changed for every singer. The new sound is beautiful, and stand out tracks for me include Make It a Part, All Rise, Already Gone, Call on The life, and an absalutely beautiful little balled called For All We Know

a very good album for me, but like i said, its got nothing on HTSAF in my opinion.
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This cd is amazing and worth every penny. This IS the best further seems forever cd to date. The other singers were so whiny and i couldn't stand listenig to either of the other cd's. This vocalist has such a mesmerizing voice. If you like emotional music without the emoness and some of the most indvidual guitar riffs to date then pick up this cd. if you like cliche emo then by all means get one of the other two.
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By Alex on August 31, 2004
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The moon is down is probably my favourite album ever, and even though how to start a fire was abit of a dissapointment, FSF pick it up again and make an amazing comeback with Hide Nothing. Drumming is phenomenal as always, inspiring, unpredictable, original, probably one of the best drummers out there. guitars produce amazing melodies, great cooperation between all instruments and the voice ties it up all together to produce fantastic sounds. A definite must have, for musicians and music lovers alike.
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First off I should say that this is my first FSF record, so I'm not going to judge it by the past two vocalists or anything like that. I think Jon Bunch holds his own, personally, and in places he truly shines.

The sound:

Hide Nothing is an album that is very unique as a record; the only things that hold it down is that it doesn't retain a uniqueness on a song to song basis, and is over too soon. After awhile you start to feel like you're listening to a never ending song. The fortunate thing is that it's a really good song! Jon Bunch's vocals are amazing in places, boring in others... the guitar work is good, but sometimes it blends in a little to much with the rest of the music. The drumming is full of off-beats and you can tell the drummer likes his double-bass pedal. The bass is good in parts, but isn't impressive. For the most part each song features long choruses; to me it felt like nearly every element of each song sounded like a chorus. It's pretty cool, but they do it on nearly every track. Gives it a very epic feel.

The Production:

The production quality seems to me to be extremely inconsistent. On some songs they seem marginally under-produced (the instruments blend together a little too much at times). But on most tracks they're over-done (the end of some songs makes them sound like they're about to totally rock out, but they always get cut off)... also, tracks five and six are essentially one song cut in half. They would make a great song as a whole, but it feels weird for them to be cut apart like that. Evidently Tooth and Nail evoked its 10 song minimum for LP's.

The Songs:

1. Light Up Ahead 9/10-the first song, not quite one a favorite yet for me. Long chorus, the guitars kind of get drowned out.

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