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Finch

Falling Into Place

Drive-Thru 6076836072

Released on October 9, 2001


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Finch offers up a sound that can easily be described as an energetic cross between Jimmy Eat World, Glassjaw and Deftones.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Perfection Through Silence Voted #1  33%
2 Letters To You Voted #2  31%
3 Waiting Voted #3  25%
4 New Kid  11%
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Jenn from Pasadena, MD 
Nov 4 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

it's a pretty good cd. i'd recommend that you definately get it if you're a big finch fan. "new kid" is such a great song. :)

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Jay from Pownal, VT 
Aug 16 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a nice little taste of Finch. Finch is a amzing band. you have to buy What It Is To Burn. This is a good but short ep(as most are). but any finch fan should pick it up.

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Phil from Merseyside, United Kingdom 
Mar 9 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Alot rougher sound than on there debut cd but this sound i really like.Favourite song on the EP has to be New Kid, if you have the debut cd buy this to see where Finch have came from.

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Nathan from Gadsden, AL 
Jul 18 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i love this cd. I wouldn't recommend you buy it if you have their other cd though. Songs #3 and #4 are really good though. This is a great cd although a little high in the whole money category.

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Brandon from Clarksville, TN 
Sep 12 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

finch, 'falling into place ep'. not bad, but not stunning. when you think that you have finch cornered is when they surprise the hell out of you. i ordered this because of their connection with daryl palumbo/glassjaw and i was at first very disappointed. then it kind of grew on me. then it grew some more. now i like it sometimes, and sometimes it annoys me. the full length ('what it is to burn') is, in my opinion, much better, but the track 'new kid' from the e.p. rocks the house.try not to shrug them off as pop-punk and you may be pleasantly surprised.

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Ivan from Toa Alta, PR 
Aug 16 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Finch is just too great. Is an excellent combination of hardrock-punk, so people that are not punkrockers can also enjoy it. This cd has only 4 songs, 4 great songs, all of them good. I recommend to buy the full lenght cd that is just PERFECT, with songs that you just want to hear again and again. So don't think when buying this cd, just BUY IT!!

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Jorah from Aloha, OR 
Apr 3 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Finch is the most incredible band. They dive right into hardcore punk, with a pop punk base. Their energy is like no other band. This CD previews their talents, and explodes in "What It Is To Burn." A must have for fans of Drive-Thru Records or hardcore punk.

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Ryan from Greentown, IN 
Mar 29 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is great! the sound they put out is amazing. if you haven't got the new cd they just put out you should definately get it; along with this one. it's great!

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Kerry from West Palm Beach, FL 
Dec 5 2001 Rating: 5/5 Stars

You must buy this CD!! It is amazing. Drive-Thru's brand new weapon to rock the punk rock hardcore emo scene. This four song ep is short,and i usually will never buy eps due to the fact that they are a big tease! But this is well worth it. I would best describe the music as highly melodic hardcore. Band elements include: Glasseater meets New Found Glory(with out extremely high nasal vocals), meets Linoln Park. The vocals are clear and crisp, the guitars are driving, and the screaming makes you feel these four song of energy. The debut LP (out jan 2001) can only be 10x better since it is being produced by the genius Mark Trombino who has produced such great albums as Jimmy Eat World "Clarity", Blink-182 "Dude Ranch", The Hippos "Heads are Gonna Role," and many more. Do Yourself a favor...buy this damn CD!!!!

 
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