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In the Name of Progress

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 2, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B00008QSA1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #314,351 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By star_crystal_unicorn on March 19, 2004
Format: Audio CD
1. Fear In Me- Great song, catchy tune, great first song to start the cd out with, i loved this song the first time i heard it
2. Bellevue- i wasnt crazy about this one at first, but the more you listen to this song you realize how amazing it is and this is probably now one of my favorites on here, a unique beat to it
3. Guilt (Hold Down)- this is the single that got me into this band, i am just really drawn to this song, i've never heard a beat or lyrics like this it before
4. At War -i love the lyrics, i love the beat, this song is perfect, i love everything about it
5. Speak In Tongues- didnt get into this song too much, but I like it, i havent listened to it enough yet
6. 515 Mellus- interlude
7. Nathaniel- this is my favorite song on here, i never get sick of listening to it, there is just so much emotion in this song and the melody just stands out from all the rest on here
8. Things Have Changed- One of my favorites on here, i dont know what i love more, the lyrics or the song, i absolutely love the chorus, like Nathaniel, i can put this song on repeat and not get sick of it
9. Emo This- really great lyrics, not sure whats up with the song title, lol, but the song grows on you the more you listen to it
10. Shut Up- this song is really cool, a unique style of sound to it, i love the lyrics and it also grows on you the more you listen to it
11. Surface- AWESOME song, great song to listen to if your p-oed and just need to rage, a lot of anger and screams in the lyrics and this is probably my favorite song to listen to if i just feel like hitting something
12. Resurface- How can anyone not like this song?
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By frogwe on March 17, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I think that this band is great and very original. I don't hear too many bands like them and they have a unique style. Here is a list of my rankings of the songs.

1. Fear In Me (10/10) F'n amazing song and a great album opener.

2. Bellevue (9/10) Another really good song...it has a different pace and is one of their more melodic songs.

3. Guilt (9/10) The single off the album and is a very good song.

4. At War (8/10) Excellent singing and pretty fast-paced.

5. Speak In Tongues - (9/10) Awesome song with a great chorus.

6. 515 Mellus - not much to rate (35 seconds long)

7. Nathaniel (10/10) Best song on the album along with Fear In Me.....not a hard song but its an ill song.

8. Things Have Changed (8/10) pretty good, regular fingertight song.

9. Emo This (7/10) Decent song but not one of their best.

10. Shut Up (9/10) Good song with some nice parts to it.

11. Surface (7/10) Another fast-paced song but its pretty good.

12. Resurface (7/10) Pretty good song

13. The Orient (8/10) No lyrics but its a pretty cool little interlude.

14. Bla Bla Radio (6/10) ehh

15. Magical (9/10) Awesome slow-paced album ender with great singing.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ryan M. Fisher on February 10, 2005
Format: Audio CD
The number one complaint that I have heard so far is that the band doesn't sound original. But really, with the exception of the next great band, who is original? The songs on here are quality. They are great for spacing out during a car trip or something. There is nothing on here that will deeply effect your life, but there are some good songs on here none the less. "Shut up" and "emo this" come to mind. If nothing else look at it this way, they aren't overly popular so if you know about this band then you must be into the alt/rock scene. So for a good album by a band that can play and sing, why now just pay the quarter for it used. You won't regret it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 27, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I've seen some reviews of people who think this is a metal album because Fingertight have toured with metal bands. If you think that, you will be disappointed. This is an alt/rock album. All the songs on this CD sound very differnt from one another (that's a good thing). If you like any form of rock and are open minded to different genres of music, I think you will like this CD. Get it used if you want and see for yourself.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Clerici on September 2, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I have listened to Fingertight for a few years (they started out as a local band in my area), and "In the name of progress" is their major label debut. The disc contains a good mix of old and new material. As someone who listened to the band before their record deal, I can say that their sound has become a little more polished for mainstream radio, but their songwriting has not suffered. The band plays a mix of hard metal-inspired rock and mellower alternative. The best way to describe their sound would be a cross between Our Lady Peace, Nirvana, and the Deftones, although that example doesn't really do it justice. The songs here are quite diverse, ranging from the aggressive, driving "At War" to the mellow, introspective "Things Have Changed" to the chilling stripped down piano and vocals in "Magical." There's really something for every taste on here. I would definately reccomend this disc.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By David A. Saunders on April 4, 2004
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Without a shadow of a doubt, Fingertight is in possession of one of the most entertaining frontmen of all time. The lead singers did swantons from the PA Kit into the stage. They never stood still for a quarter of a second, even for slow songs. Definately buy this album, it is great.
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