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Fight Fair

Settle The Score

Triple Crown 3085

Released on November 18, 2008


Spawned from the infamous San Diego State University infamous party scene FIGHT FAIR’s members came together with a wide range of influences from pop-punk, screamo, hardcore, emo and more. As lead vocalist Alex Bigman describes the bands sound “a sound that is uplifting and positive while maintaining the aggressive sound we grew up with. Mainstream appeal while gaining respect from underground listeners.”

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Brain Freeze  0%
2 Game On  0%
3 San Diego  0%
4 Settle The Score  0%
5 Your True Colors  0%
6 Beachfront Avenue  0%
7 Pop Rocks  0%
8 For The Win  0%
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Brandon from San Luis Obispo, CA 
Jun 10 2009 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Wow, I guess last year I couldn't get enough melodic Fall Out Boy style "punk". This is another band churned out and over-produced by somebody. It has a few decent songs, zero original lyrics, and I'm just tired of listening to what feels like the same album by a ton of different bands! I can't tell the difference between these bands when I listen to my ipod. Lame! At least get a stand-out singer if you know the material ain't original. Cripes.

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