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One Fell Swoop


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  • Audio CD (August 9, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: One Eleven Records
  • ASIN: B000A2H88U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #138,362 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Lust a Prima Vista
2. Staplegunned
3. Polygraph, Right Now
4. The Dutch Courage
5. Natalie Marie and 1cc
6. Teleport: A & B
7. This Is for Keeps
8. Himerus and Eros
9. Break a Leg
10. Secret Oath
See all 13 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Seven-Eighty
2. Second Place Victory
3. I Am the Tightrope
4. This Modern Medicine
5. The Shore
6. Arrive Like a Thief
7. Staplegunned
8. Valiant
9. All Hail the Heartbreaker
10. Deja Vrooom
See all 18 tracks on this disc

Editorial Reviews

South Dakota's TSC started as an acoustic act and have since evolved into the emotionally intense full band they are today. They've been astounding audiences from LA to the UK with their heart-wrenching live show. This is the follow-up to their 2003 debut, Sunsets & Car Crashes. 111 Records. 2005.

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I picked up this cd yesterday & was SOOO excited to listen to it for the first time.
PopCultureWhore
Sure, they have a couple of good songs here and there, but nothing that would make me stick around and listen.
sam
I'm completely 100% in love with them and having been telling everyone I know how awesome their music is.
Katherine I. Dority

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Derek Stillwagon on August 21, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I've listened to Sunsets and Car Crashes repeatedly, overcome by the heartfelt lyrics and deeply emotional acoustic guitar, and was excited to hear about a new album. One thing for certain is that I can't even possibly compare the two albums, the sophmore release being almost an entirely new start for the band. Nick Thomas took everything good he gained by creating Sunsets practically on his own and added it to his new encarnation with the accompaniment of traditional band member positions. Both albums are not only some of my new favorite plays on the stereo, but solid and beautiful additions to the music I will listen to for the rest of my life. Whether I'm in the mood for a raw and personal listening experience or a powerful and electric "rock-out" I know I can depend on the Spill Canvas!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JoAnn on August 23, 2005
Format: Audio CD
***My Favorite Band Ever!***

After almost wearing out my copy of Sunsets and Car Crashes, I was very excited for One Fell Swoop to come out. It's very different from the previous CD, but it's still just as worth it. I have been listening to this almost nonstop in my car since I got it, and despite the slightly different sound, the lyrics are still amazing and the songs just...affect you. I don't know how to describe it, but The Spill Canvas just gives me a good feeling, no matter what mood I'm in. So, you should buy this, and if you don't have the other CD, buy that too, and you'll be on your way to becoming a Spill Canvas freak like me!

And for some ratings...I'm not good at this so I'm not really going to rate them, just say my personal opinion

1) Lust A Prima Vista-I love it, it's catchy in a well...Spill Canvas sort of way

2) Staplegunned-kind of the lead track of the CD, they already made a video for it-not my favorite, but still good

3)Polygraph, Right Now-GREAT song, one of my favorites, I love the way Nick sounds in this one

4)The Dutch Courage-also good, reminds me a little more of the old stuff

5)Natalie Marie and 1cc-well of course I like this one too!

6)Teleport A&B-decent song overall, but not amazing

7)Break a Leg-I like this one, it's really upbeat for them again and kind of catchy and then changes to the slower end part

8)This is For Keeps-very cool song, I love the lyrics and the sound, it's about a vampire!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gregory Neuberger on November 7, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I'm usually into more heavy screamo type music but very once in a while I take a risk and buy a cd i've never heard of. And this time i was happy that i did take the risk.

1) The song opens with a soft guitar and drum beat. Then it gets upbeat and the chorus is addicting.

2)This song is probably many fans favorite and I see why. The guitars and drumming are heavier and its a very catchy song.

3)I personally like this song better than stapplegunned. Also upbeat. I love the choros "Fate is an elegence, cold hearted whore..."

4)This song is slower than the other 3 but the lyrics are amazing. The song is about a girl who is a druggie and can't quit her addictions.

5)This song is ok. Not a favorite.

6)Another slow song. I like the song but not so much the lyrics.

7)I find this song boring. Its too long and too slow. I do however like the backround echoing vocals towards the end.

8)More upbeat then 4-7. I like everything about this song. Great lyrics, vocals, and music.

9)I love this song. Catchy and fun. I love the ending "Not even hell can be hotter than you right now"

10)Another slow one but the guitars are really good and as always so are the vocals. I find myself listening to this song quiete often.

11)Also slowish but great lyrics. This is also a great

12) I tend to skip this one. A bit boring

13) Definitley one of the best songs on here. Its a slow song with no drumming but yet its amazing. Amazing lyrics and emotion. Great closer!

This band is great but I think they should put more upbeat songs. Some of their slow oness are amazing but others I found boring. Definitley check out this band.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Adam S. Davis on April 1, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I don't even know when I changed my outlook on this kind of music. It's hard for me to change my opinion on music once that opinion is made. I am a fan of rock music. In my mind Tool is the greatest band of all time. No changing that. It just is.

So when I first got subjected to emo I labeled it as [...]. "Those whining sissies just need to suck it up and shut up" was my response. Then a friend introduced me to The Postal Service. Changed my outlook on the softer side of what ever you want to call this genre of sound. I then heard a few other emo bands and didn't like them. Ok, now what I'm trying to say is a lot of emo is just [...] and those bands are trying to ride on the back of this cash wave that's coming in due to increasing popularity. But this is not one of those bands.

The Spill Canvas does an excellent job at portraying their message. So with that said obviously if you're reading this you already considered purchasing this album and just need a bit of a nudge. I suggest downloading a few songs first. Such as "This is for keeps" or "Self-conclusion." Another song I suggest is from the previous album, Sunsets and Car Crashes. It is called, "Your Evil Soul." Then after you're blown away by those 3 songs buy both of the albums. You will not be disappointed no matter what style you genre loyal to.
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