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Too Bad You're Beau Import

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. The Royal Crown -Vs. - Blue Duchess
  2. Cherry Kiss
  3. Chloroform Perfume
  4. Mercury Rising
  5. Capeside Rock
  6. Take Her to the Music Store
  7. The Switch
  8. Reflections
  9. Eulogy for an Angel
  10. Short Stories With Tragic Endings


Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 13, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Roadrunner UK
  • ASIN: B0001D0G50
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #883,589 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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What can I say about this album. It is a true masterpiece. From begining to end I can't stop listening to it. And no matter how many times you listen to it it doesnt get old. First song I ever heard was Capeside Rock. I'll admit I wasnt hooked right away. I didnt really like it compared to some other bands. But once i started i couldnt stop.
1. The Crown Royal vs Blue Duchess ~ Love this song. Great beat. The last minute or so is the best. Sad to see it on MTV though.
2. Cherry Kiss ~ Not one of the strongest songs on the cd. but i has good guitar in it. i like the little into.
2. Chloroform Perfume ~ Very Very melow song. good acustic and singing. and great lyrics. i love the end where it picks up and says "so ill pull in the deepest breath and drop my head"
4. Mercury Rising ~ Visual Visual Visual. every time i hear this i think of the apartment he is talking about. good little filler song.
5. Capeside Rock ~ LOVE the acustic in it. Very good use of it one of the best songs on the Cd.
6. Take Her To The Music Store ~ One of the 2 favorite songs on the CD. The sampling in the begining is great. and then when it picks up you never want it to end. all around good guitar and bass. I love it when it really picks up around 1:25. i just love that guitar in the part.
7. Switch ~ A good song. fun to listen to good way of blending the vocals and guitar. i like how it dies down the comes back at you full force.
8. Reflections ~ Everyone says the Short Stories w/ Tragic Endings is the best song. Ill admit it is. But this song is the best. i love at classical intro and the little tempo. The double bass owns. and the guitar lick after it first dies out. i cant get enough of this song it has so great lyrics and just so great to listen to. A Masterpiece.
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By A Customer on November 29, 2002
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FATA are another one of the many good hardcore bands to come off of Long Island as of late. After an awesome demo entitled Sin, Sorrow And Sadness, FATA has debuted on Ferret Records with Too Bad Your Beautiful.
The album combines awesome metallic hardcore with soft melodies for a beautiful emotional experience. "Royal Crown vs. Blue Duchess" gets things started, and it's one hell of a ride. "Cherry Kiss" follows next, and here's where all the metal-heads get their little dose of metal. "Chlorform Purfume" takes a break from the madness, and the drummer gets off his throne to treat us to a deep, emotional, melodic singalong. The real standout of this album would have to be the 9-minute epic "Short Stories With Tragic Endings", which is a near masterpiece.
If you like other emotional hardcore or metalcore bands, you'll most likely dig these guys. And to whoever said that they are ripping off Poison The Well couldn't be more wrong. FATA's and PTW's music are completely different. Poison The Well doesn't have the metallic riffs that FATA has.
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...even if you pick up "The Fiction We Live" before hand, which I did. You see, I had only heard of the band because their song "The After Dinner Payback" was featured on the Freddy Vs. Jason soundtrack, and it intrigued me (note: it has come to my attention that many hardcore From Autumn to Ashes fans do not like this song, and though I personally don't see the reason for this dislike, I think that all you aficionados should hear me out before you say to yourself "This guy sucks, he liked their newer stuff" and click the "no" button at the bottom of this review). Anyway, back to the matter at hand. I was pleased with "The Fiction We Live," but I found myself wanting more, so I went out and got this CD. As soon I put it on, I knew that it was not as "commercial" as their followup (which still kicked some major ass). "Too Bad You're Beautiful" features a more unpolished sound than this band's later stuff, but therein lay its power: it was raw, abrasive, and utterly headbangable. I, being foolish at the time of my purchasing the album, saw this as a fault, and I quickly discarded the disc, opting to continue playing "The Fiction We Live" until it had lost all of its flavor (fortunately, it has regained some since I started listening to both). But that got a little boring after a while, and when I saw that they were re-releasing "Too Bad You're Beautiful" along with four extra demo songs, I sprang at the occasion to get my hands on some "new material" from the band. This time around, I was much more desensitized to the heavier aspect of music in this genre, and I was pleasantly surprised by what I heard on this disc.Read more ›
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By A Customer on August 29, 2003
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It's weird, since I basically read most of the reviews on here for FATA, and... you'll find around 3-5 really bad reviews out of 40 some total reviews...that's like... ten percent. I just thought I should get that message across.
Some people like it, some people don't, but, personally, I think you shouldn't just go up and say "This album is horrible. The guy can't sing." that isn't a liable reason to hate the album.
SO, for my review, I will tell you that there are some very slow parts, that... I take as very haunting...
And for Short Stories With Tragic Endings... it's a beautiful song. I heard the beginning, and fell for it... though I do think he should have sung a little more than the girl. Yet, it's still an amazing piece.
The lyrics in most of the songs just relate some well, just... connect. And the changes from singing to screaming... flow... in a way. I love this album.
Listen to the album before deciding to buy it... especially Short Stories With Tragic Endings. Then make up your mind.
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