Seven Ways To Scream Your Name Review

artist: Funeral for a Friend date: 01/14/2004 category: compact discs
Funeral for a Friend: Seven Ways To Scream Your Name
Released: Oct 21, 2003
Genre: Rock
Number Of Tracks: 7
 Sound: 10
 Lyrics: 10
 Overall Impression: 10
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overall: 10
Seven Ways To Scream Your Name Reviewed by: funeralforafrie, on january 14, 2004
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Sound: Once again on this mini-album, FFAF show that their older stuff is as good if not better than the new, the talent of the guitarists is apparant too anybody who listens. // 10

Lyrics: Lyrics are brilliant once again, Funeral have got the nack of writing catchy tunes, with bridges and choruses that not only stick in your mind, but you will be humming them all damn day long. // 10

Overall Impression: In comparison to the newer Casually Dressed & Deep In Conversation, this album shows the more rugged, agressive side to FFAF, the non-watered down version of "She Drove Me To Daytime TV" can be found. The best songs on this album are without a shadow of a doubt "This Years Most Open Heartbreak" and "The Art Of American Football". A must buy for owners of Casually Dressed. The only fault with this CD is that it combines the previous Between Order And Models and Four Ways To Scream Your Name. But instead of leaving Juno (Non watered down Juneau) they take it out and replace it with "The Getaway Plan" which is a heavy ride! It also has the original "Red Is The New Black" which is alot heavier than CDADIC effort. // 10

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