Mike Falzone | Fun With Honesty

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Fun With Honesty

by Mike Falzone

Beck meets John Mayer.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Famous
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2. Fenway
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3:14 $0.99
3. Unfortunate Science
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3:07 $0.99
4. Trouble
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5. All You Gotta Do
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6. Unsuccessful Supervillain
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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In 2007 alone Mike Falzone went on a national tour, was asked to open for Third Eye Blind, State Radio, and Mandy Moore, gathered a strong 20,000+ online fan-base, and landed a Distribution deal with Borders Books ( all without a label). Acoustic-Indie-Soul finally has a face...and it looks surprisingly like Mike's.


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Donna Mair

Great fun
From the unique album cover art to the contents of the music, this album is great fun indeed. Famous is by and far the shining gem of this album, but Fenway runs a close second as my favorite song.

The album is accoustic, but Mike knows how to maximize his style and there is a ton of sound in these songs. His style of singing is almost a combo between rap and spoken word, hip-hop and pop.. but it works and the lyrics are deep and insightful if one takes the time to actually listen to what this young man is singing about.

I'd recommend this album to anyone