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Flyleaf is an American alternative metal band formed in 2000. The current line-up comprises Lacey Mosley (vocals), Sameer Bhattacharya (guitar), Jared Hartmann (guitar), Pat Seals (bass) and James Culpepper (drums)

The band was originally known as Passerby but changed their name upon signing to Octone Records. They released Flyleaf in 2005. The album featured the involvement of Dave ... Read more in Amazon's Flyleaf Store

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  • Audio CD (December 7, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: A&M / OCTONE
  • ASIN: B0049D1TDQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #107,281 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Justice & Mercy (Violent Love Version)
2. Okay
3. Amy Says
4. Dear My Closest Friend
5. Light In Your Eyes
6. Delieve In Dreams
7. Arise (Ben Moody Mix)

Editorial Reviews

2010 release from the Texas-based Alt-Rock band containing seven previously unreleased tracks. Features 'Justice & Mercy' (Violent Love Version), 'Okay' and 'Amy Says'.

Customer Reviews

I've had it for a few weeks and listened to it over and over!
K. Johnston
This album overall is very different than what Flyleaf has done in the past but they pull it off very well.
Alex Bridgeforth
"Justice & Mercy" remix, written for the soldiers, is a great new version of the song.
OhSoCareful

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By OhSoCareful on December 9, 2010
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I didn't realize until about a week ago that Flyleaf was even releasing a CD at all, but I'm very happy they did. "Remember To Live" seems to be more like songs that would go on a "Memento Mori Special [extended] Edition CD" or something. The only thing is, most of these songs were written along time ago & were put on here for fans. About a year ago, I remember going to the bands' website where there was a poll - it was before "Memento Mori" was even close to being released. The poll asked the fans what song they would like to see "re-done" on the new CD. The choices were many, but it included the hits on "Remember To Live" like "Believe In Dreams" & "Amy Says". Both of them were rated very high in the poll, and they both are on this new EP. So, for that reason, you can obviously tell that the members of Flyleaf do really care about what their fans want to hear & I absolutely respect that.

"Justice & Mercy" remix, written for the soldiers, is a great new version of the song. Very inspirational & Lacey's vocals are just magical, as always. "Okay" is also a great song. It's very blunt & right to the point & has a wonderful edgier sound. The male backup singers almost sound like a Gregorian Chant at times, and IMO, I think it's very neat & well done. "Amy Says" is a good song. This song was one that was written years ago & then made into a demo, but never reached an album or EP til now. It's not one of my favorites, but like mentioned before, the fans voted on this one & it's here, so that should say something. "Dear My Closest Friend" is absolutely beautiful. Lacey's vocals along with the sweet, quiet guitar opening almost creates a very haunting sound.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Drew Meier on December 7, 2010
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This EP will be the last music we get from Flyleaf for a while, since Lacey is having a baby in a couple months and plans on taking close to a year off. Thankfully, nothing on this EP disappointed. All the songs are somewhat on the softer/acoustic side, which deviates from a lot of the harder stuff that many people enjoy from the band. Each song is beautiful in its own way, and they deliver positive and powerful messages, which is nothing new if you're a fan of Flyleaf. Don't go into this album thinking you'll be listening to screaming and shredding guitars. The finally officially-recorded tracks Amy Says, Okay, Believe In Dreams, and Dear My Closest Friend are wonderful. The single new track, Light In Your Eyes, and reworked versions of previously recorded songs, Justice & Mercy and Arise, are also incredible. A great album for any fan of the band.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Steven Cash on March 4, 2011
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Since hearing the raspy screams of "I'm So Sick", I've been in love with the sound of Flyleaf. This album was a disappointment I'll have to admit since it is mostly very, VERY, soft music. However I cannot see giving it anything less than a five(I'd say 4.5 if it would let me)since the music is all very good. Lacey's voice is as mournful sounding and beautiful as ever and the songs leave a lasting impression on me. The standout song, in my opinion, is "Amy Says", of course this is the only song with any distortion in it so I may be biased. The remix of "Arise" is good though I prefer the origional since it built up to the ending climax that marks the chorus in this version, I also miss the old chorus that they replaced. All in all a solid 'half' album... just next time give us something a little harder, ok?
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I love Flyleaf more than any other alternative or Christian band right now- including the wannabe look-alike Fireflight. Mainly, most of Flyleaf's material is orginial, well-thought out and the direction on their main-stream releases has a direction, a purpose, all pointing positively upwards- and it is something that can be played over and over without me getting overly tired over it. When I read that this is only a 7 song set due to Lacey's pregnancy, I was kind of adrift in my thoughts- wondering how it would turn out, but with Howard Benson behind it, these 7 songs turned out better than some full sets by other bands right now. I love all of them, except Arise (the Ben Moody mix). I know the fans of the band picked out this song, but this one totally destroys the mood at the end- with all songs starting off with an accoustic guitar and this song with a cheesy-sounding 1980s drum-machine sound. It sounds like as if it doesn't belong but was included anyways. I like the song (love the orginial) but I hate it at the end of this CD, in my personal opinion, because the Moody Mix totally destroys the mood, so to speak- which is why I give it only 4 stars. I will get my iTouch to skip over it when listening to this CD- but will play this song in my other playlists. Otherwise, another solid set again from Flyleaf and it makes me want more new music now- not 2012/13- but something to look forward too.
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By BirukT on December 22, 2010
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I have highly enjoyed listening to this album many times since its recent release. You can just feel the emotion behind every single lyric. Justice and Mercy almost brings me to tears every time I hear it. Yes, it is true most of the songs are not as heavy instrumentally as their other stuff, but it is still a very powerful album. Truly an album for the hardcore Flyleaf fan because it does contain "underground" music not officially released elsewhere...until now that is. Even if you are not a hardcore fan this album definitely deserves a listen.
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