Paradise, Found review by Fight Paris

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  • Released: Jul 26, 2005
  • Sound: 8
  • Lyrics: 6
  • Overall Impression: 8
  • Reviewer's score: 7.3 Good
  • Users' score: 6.5 (6 votes)
Fight Paris: Paradise, Found

Sound — 8
This band has created a sound of their own, with heavy southern rock guitar riffs, driving drums, explicit lyrics, and with a little bit of a hip hop feel, I would classify Fight Paris as Sex-Core. At their shows they put on porn and they also have sound effects from porn videos and a few songs. If you're looking for something with a new sound with tons of energy this is defiantly a band to look into.

Lyrics — 6
You may not think the singer has the best voice but it really gets people moving. He yells a lot about sex drugs and alcohol so it's not the best for virgin ears. Although the lyrics are explicit they a pretty creative and his voice gets you pumped.

Overall Impression — 8
In their scene they are a lot like Metalica, they are controversial, extreme, powerful, and excellent musicians. I myself love the sheer energy they put out, and they are a really fun band. Defiantly a great live show and you should really look into them if you want to hear something new and creative. This is defiantly a CD that I plan on adding to my collection soon, and I would say it's very worth it to check out their live show.

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    their music sounds way too jumbled. they fall off beat(most likely intentionally) and it really doesn't work all too good. Some may call it abstract but it really seems like they just slack off to be different.
    Their riffs are a rip-off of Every Time I Die, and the vocals don't cut it for me. To each his own, but I was not impressed with Fight Paris at all.
    some of my friends saw them and the singer was telling these 14 year old emo kids to go "balls deep" need i say more?