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Ronnie Radke from Escape the Fate's new band, produced by Elvis Baskette.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 26, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epitaph
  • ASIN: B0052T7KCK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,512 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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For the record I never listened to Escape the Fate. I won't weigh in on the whole fiasco between the rest of the band and Ronnie, but I will say one good thing came of it - this album. I had heard 'The Drug in Me is You' on the local college radio station and I liked it well enough to find out the artist who produced it. After listening to some Youtube of the other songs I immediately bought the album (yes Youtube does creates sales for artists). Not particularly impressed with the whole neuvo Motley Crue look (make-up and all that), but hey I am interested in the music they can dress however they like.

FiR's (can we use that as shorthand?) debut album prompted me to want to learn about a whole new genre (to me) - Post-Hardcore. It's not every day that a band can do that. Anyway, I like the high energy clean vocals mixed with occasional growling. The instruments are also clean and the music is very catchy without sounding 'pop-ish'. The only thing I can criticize is that sometimes Ronnie comes across as very conceited and self-centered. It's not really a criticism because he is a performer, and I buy his music because I enjoy it not because he is a role model.

I am not enough of a music aficionado to do a breakdown of songs and do comparisons so I will leave that to those more qualified. I can however as a fan of many music genres recommend this album to everyone. Oh, and now I am going to check out Escape the Fate (pre and post Ronnie)...if I can stop listening to this first. :D
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Im a fan a big fan of falling in reverse and Escape the fate and I hold this album as one of my favorites of all time! It's a great piece of work! Ronnie radke and the rest of falling in reverse has done an outstanding job with it! If u haven't you should also give their newest album just like you a listen...its pretty good. Radke stated that it's a continuation of his first album when he was with Escape the fate and not gonna lie i love it.
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This CD was everything I hoped it to be, and more.

Tracks:

1. Raised by Wolves - ***** Very upbeat song. Sounds great.

2. Tragic Magic - *** The only song on here that I can say I dislike.

3. The Drug in me is You - ***** Definitely Ronnie's style. Sort of reminds me of Situations.

4. I'm Not a Vampire - ***** One of my favorites from this CD. Some of the lyrics are funny xD

5. Good Girls Bad Guys - *** One of their mainstream songs. Mehh....

6. Pick up the Phone - **** Interesting song, I guess.

7. Don't Mess With Ouija Boards - ***** Tied for first place with my favorite song from this CD :D

8. Sink or Swim - *** Sounds pretty generic if you ask me.

9. Caught Like a Fly - **** Kind of reminds me of Mama by My Chemical Romance. Nice song though.

10. Goodbye Graceful - ***** My other favorite song from this CD for sure. Screaming is superb in this track :PP

11. The Westerner - ***** Reminds me of The Day I left the Womb. Great song :D
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I have been listening to Ronnie Radke since ETF back somewhere in the blur of what was 2007. After the whole thing between the band and Radke, it left me feeling broken inside. My favorite singer was put into prison but he came out putting his past behind him and with a clearer head. Of course, I still listened to ETF when Craig Mabbitt (Blessthefall, The Word Alive) took over and kept ETF alive. Without him, they wouldn't even be making music still. I quickly learned to accept the fate of ETF and patiently waited for Radke to make his return because I knew he wasn't just going to disappear off the face of the earth. Not uh. This is a wonderful CD and basically a huge eff you to Escape the Fate. It still has the screaming, the guitar riffs, and the catchy lyrics that Radke fans would expect. I highly recommend this CD to anyone who listens to Blessthefall, Escape the Fate, Underoath, From First to Last, The Almost, etc.
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It's the perfect progression from Dying is Your Latest Fashion(escape the fate's 1st album). I could not be happier with this album, every song is catchy. The guitar riffs and drums are great. Again if you enjoyed Ronnie's earlier etf albums you will enjoy this cd. It is energetic, the breakdowns are great, I really liked that some of the chorus's are on the heavier side(don't mess with ouija boards). This cd may not be for everyone though, I could see how some people might find his voice whiny, but I like it, I think it fits really well with this genre. For the human abstract, protest the Hero, and early ETF fans.
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I absolutely LOVE this album. The way that Falling in Reverse incorporates different types of music perfectly. My sister (who is into pop music) also is in love with this album. I like rock and this is one of favorite albums.
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Ronnie has a great, unique voice in my opinion.. For me a lot of the songs on here were hit or miss, for me. I liked some of them a lot and some i wasn't that crazy about. Album is kind of short on a side note.
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I think its okay, but if youre a new FIR fan, id say start with Fashionably Late. This album doesnt really give off what FIR is anymore. Anyone who doesnt know, this whole album is just a bloodbath of slams to the frontmans former band Escape The Fate, and since then hes drafted off to better things. So if youre a new fan, dont start here. But all in all, its a 50/50 album. Some songs rock, some songs arent good, but its not terrible. On the other end, the insturmentals are always a solid 100%. Jacky and Ryan are what make this band what it is, and never seize to come up with amazing patterns and riffs to fit songs perfectly.
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