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Paradise, Found

3.4 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Distribution
  • ASIN: 5558911085
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)

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The only thing this band has against them is the fact that they got signed to trust kill. On a label with bands who bleed with the charecteristics of the hardcore/metal scene, such as bleeding through, it dies today and terror, they are a little out of place. All the kids in this scene are so picky with their music now that when a band with a new creative style comes about they instantly say it's terrible. They want the all to over used gross tough guy vocals and the heaviest breakdowns imaginable, regardless of how innovative and creative they are.

It's time we start to admit the fact that this scene is getting a little old and needs to start moving somewhere. Tons of the bands in this scene are still putting out great stuff but so much of it is the same. The music got old so now all the kids are doing with the scene is making it a fashion statement and a reason to mosh like a-holes so they can feel like they have a reason to listen to all these identical bands.

The scene needs something new. Music needs something new. When this rock n' roll phenomenon broke out 50 or 60 years ago people either embraced it or said it was something that would simply fade. Well it never really did fade until now when all bands in each genre are starting to do the same things. Musicians aren't being themselves any more because they're trying to impress which ever scene they're playing for. Their music is becomming passionless and this is something that should NEVER happen to music.

It's just reasently that certain bands are starting to break away from this and Fight Paris is definitly one of them. I wouldn't neccesarily give the CD five stars and say every song is perfect because that's not the case.
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I HEARD THIS BAND A BIT BEFORE THEY CAME OUT. I LOVED WHAT I HEARD AND AS SOON AS IT COME OUT, I GRABED IT. I'M A BIG EVERY TIME I DIE FAN. AND IT'S TRUE THERE TRUSTKILL'S ETID WITH A LITTLE BIT OF THE BRONX SOMEWERE IN THERE. IT'S VERY UPBEAT, MAKES YOU WANNA GET UP A GO NUTS. NOW THERE LYRICS. THEY SUCK. THEY HAVE SOME CATCHY STUFF. BUT MOSTLY VERY BASIC,IT SOUNDS PRETTY AMATURE. BUT THERE MUSIC MAKES UP FOR THAT! I TOTTALY SUGGEST IF YOU LIKE BANDS LIKE EVERY TIME I DIE, THE BRONX, AND THE BLED. YOU SHOULD DEFINITLY OWN THIS ALBUM.

HAVE A NICE DAY :)
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first off, i have to agree with what Sean said down below... These guys really dont belong on Trustkill, seeing as how all the scenesters out there ARE indeed picky about their "hardcore" and "metalcore" or whatever and this band just doesnt meet that criteria...

So, anyways, on to the cd! I personally loved it! It was that something different i was looking for at that time. Their guitars in some parts remind me alot of guitar parts from a thousand different songs, but thats just 1)me knowing too much music and 2)its hard to write stuff that nobody can relate to something else...

Their lyrics (which is always what i look at first, being a vocalist myself) are very... raw? their crude suggestive words may be offensive to some, probably more-so to the girls! I find the lyrics comical and fun though, because not many people will just come out and say some of the stuff they do, and i admire that.

The music in a whole, and the way they styled their songs is terrific! Its almost like a George Thorogood meets Every Time I Die thing, I love it! Not to hard for the old rock n rollers, and not to pansy for the new metal heads, its a nice in-the-middle band that must be recognized!

So, im giving them a 5 based on 3 things...

1) album overlook (5) great job in piecing it all together

2) lyrical value (5)haha, the lyrics are just crazy, id give a 6 if i could!

3) musical ability (5) for what theyre doing, they all do it quite well!!!
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There are two songs on this CD that are solid. The rest are pretty hard to tell apart and not memorable at all, I would suggest just downloading the two because it's definitely not worth the money to buy this, the cover and insert aren't even cool.
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this is the only album by Fight Paris and it should worth a lot of money if it is sold. Fight Paris changed their name to Stone Rider in 2007. they call themselves a hard rock band, but it should really be a glam band because they talk about sex, drugs, and rock n roll. where was this band in the 1980's? they would have fit in with Motley Crue, Cinderella, Winger, Great White, Warrant, Danger Danger, Kix, Britny Fox, Dokken, Slaughter, and Poison. fast-forward to mid-2000's when this band debuted. since they changed their name, this album should be worth money if it sold.
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