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by Fallen

Perfect blend of metal, blues and originality. Watch your speed listening to this gem..
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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1. The Real Rock
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2. Evolution
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3. Heavy Metal Therapy
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2:31 $0.99
4. Take A Look
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5. Count your Victims
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6. Tight Shit
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7. On my Mind
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8. Pit Step
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9. Survival of the Fittest
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10. Animal
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11. Untraveled
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12. Victim
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Fallen was signed to Smash Alley Records by CEO Kent Christon in 2002 after a blistering 40 min set in Chicago, Ill. Fallen went straight into the studio to produce this recording. Fallens trademark is brutal live shows and great stage presence. For more info visit smashalley records.com


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Originality? More Like "Passable" To Me.
The music is definitely good headbanging material; I often found myself doing so while listening to this CD. However, almost the entire record is forgettable, and feels like it's composed of nothing but filler. They could have done much better. Also, I heard nothing that sounded even close to bluesy on this record. In all, Fallen is just a little above another run-of-the-mill metal band.