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Fall of Transition-Distractions

December 1, 2006

Band Name: Fall of Transition
Album Name: Distractions
Best Element: Beautiful, sentimental music
Genre: Emo/Indie Rock
Website: www.falloftransition.com
Label Name: EVO Recordings
Band E-mail: falloftransition@hotmail.com

Distractions is the third release and the first full-length release for Fall of Transition. It is a sure-footed step in the right direction. It has the same definitive Fall of Transition sound and method, stretched out over 11 tracks and polished to perfection.

This CD is a masterpiece from start to finish, proving that Fall of Transition has true talent and staying power. From intricate melodies to heartfelt lyrics, each song is sure to strike a chord with you in some way, shape, or form, holding your attention and tugging at your heartstrings.

Included on Distractions is a remake of the song “Fabulous Liar,” the opening track from their first, self-titled EP. It adds some additional instrumentation and some more forceful vocals, which, although at a very few certain points they sound more strained than natural, add a quality to the song that adds depth and maturity not found in the original.

All in all, this is definitely the album that Fall of Transition should have added to their arsenal, and it is sure to please their ever-growing fan base.

-Andrea Caruso

Sunshine131@gmail.com

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