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Face to Face

Three Chords and A Half Truth

Rise 700456.2

Released on April 9, 2013


You can count the number of bands who've stayed together for over 20 years on two hands, and you can use just one to count those who've consistently released quality material for the duration of those two decades. Face To Face enter that esteemed category. Over the past 22 years Face To Face has sold over 750,000 albums, and played sold out venues all across the world, and they've done it on their own terms. The bands new album "There Chords and a Half Truth" was self produced and recorded at frontman Trevor Keith's home studio in Nashville, TN. Face To Face are nothing short of a legacy, and with their new release "Three Chords and A Half Truth" they're showing just why they've become one of the most respected and appreciated punk bands of all time.

Face To Face will be on tour all year to support the release, as well as headlining major festivals across the globe. Even with 20 years of hardwork behind these legends, with “Three Chords and a Half Truth”, they show that they've still got it. Face To Face have always done it for the sake of the music, the fans, and their own inspiration, which is why they've been so successful and why they will always be one of the most important and impactful punk bands of multiple generations.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 1 2 3 Drop  11%
2 Welcome Back To Nothing Voted #2  17%
3 Smokestacks And Skyscrapers Voted #3  17%
4 Right As Rain  11%
5 First Step, Misstep  0%
6 Bright Lights Go Down  6%
7 Paper Tiger With Teeth  0%
8 Flat Black  11%
9 Jinxproof  6%
10 Marked Men  0%
11 Three Chords And A Half Truth Voted #1  22%
12 Across State Lines  0%
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Chris from Novato, CA 
Apr 11 2013 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I'll just start off by saying that if you're looking for a Face To Face album that is a return to their style pre-reunion, then avoid this. The main problem with this album is its lack of identity. Are they going for a Clash vibe with tracks like 123 drop? Or Mxpx-ish punk on Welcome Back To Nothing? Not Poppy enough? Try Smokestacks & Skyscrapers. How about a direct homage to Social Distortion? As is the case with Right As Rain. The only resemblance of old Face To Face (aside from Trevors voice) is First Step, Misstep which really just sounds like a Bouncing Souls song that repeats the Chorus too much. All that being said, i don't dislike any song but it's a strange album that FTF fans may like or hate.

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