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Equal Vision 84

Released on July 1, 2003


After a brief hiatus following a year of tour to support their debut release, If They Move...Kill Them, FAIRWEATHER returned in the fall of 2002 with a four song ep. Alaska, recorded by J. Robbins, built upon their earlier work with increased dynamics and more calculated arrangements. The EP, more than serving its purpose, raised anticipation for their sophomore full length on Equal Vision Records and was embraced by their fans and critics alike. After touring consistently through the fall and winter with The Movielife, Piebald, Brand New and Codeseven, FAIRWEATHER prepared to record Lusitania. Returning to the studio again with J. Robbins, the record proves to be FAIRWEATHER's most cohesive and sophisticated work to date. Lusitania is an hour long journey filled with tension, hope and the human condition. Fairweather has crafted a breathtaking album that is as captivating as it is beautiful – and now the world is ready to experience the flight of Lusitania.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 11 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Derivitive Opener  7%
2 Lusitania Voted #2  14%
3 Letter Of Intent  9%
4 The Treachery Of Images  7%
5 I Dread The Time When Your Mouth Begins To Call Me Hunter  6%
6 Silent Jury  3%
7 Mercer Island  7%
8 Slow To Standing  4%
9 1195  1%
10 Concrete Atlas  4%
11 Burn Bridges, Keep Warm Voted #1  17%
12 Alaska Voted #3  13%
13 The Culling Song  8%
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Matt from Mt. Martha, Australia 
Feb 23 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

yeh i guess it's ok, not as good as there other one, in fact this album sucks, don't buy it. if u buy this i guarantee that in a week u would have ended ur life. tim davies sucks balls. i'll c u later

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Aaron from Flagstaff, AZ 
Jun 23 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is leaps and bounds better than "If They Move Kill Them". They went from being another Saves The Day cover band to creating their own niche. Alaska was the perfect setup to this album. It's energetic, melodic, beautiful, hard, soft, fast, slow, loud and quiet with lots of riffs and intricate guitar parts. Pick up Alaska before getting this one because it makes Lusitania that much sweeter.

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Ruben from Houston, TX 
Mar 30 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD Is awesome when I first got it I didn't really like it but now I am hooked on it. This album is way different from "If They Move" Fairweather came back with a whole new sound and they kick ass, So go ahead and order it!, It's worth the money.

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David from Duluth, GA 
Mar 23 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

awesome cd. what Coheed wanted to make. if you liked "if they move" you'll only like this more. but beware. the first time I listened to this I thought it was crap. make sure you give it a few listens to before you judge it. it grows on you old school. solid 5

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John from Overland Park, KS 
Nov 4 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Such a shame this band came to an end.....this album is refilling and refreshing, these sounds could only come from Fairweather....far great improvement over If They Move...Kill Them..that album did nothing for me....Lusitania does very much

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Aziz from London, United Kingdom 
Oct 11 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I bought this CD about 2 months ago, but I only just decided to write a review for some reason. But yeah, this CD is fucken beautiful. Sure it doesn't sound like "If they Move...", but I think this CD really set them apart from ordinary emo bands. Fairweather have created their own genre, with more depth than any band I've really heard, & Jay is just an amazing vocalist! It's a pity thet split up, because this CD kicks ass.

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Marc from Audubon, NJ 
Sep 30 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this cd is okay, not great but okay, i purchased it because of there first album "if they move...kill'em, and i was hoping that it would sound a little bit more like that but it lacks the musical and lyrical domination the first album had. the cd is about an hour long though so even if you just like it a little bit your still getting your moneys worth.

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Sean from Dix Hills, NY 
Sep 3 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Andrew from Deer Park, NY

it was good, their new sound was oceany, and was cool that each song sort of connected if you played the whole cd through. even the songs without lyrics werent bad, but some i would be ok without

your friend, monkey dude

"monkey dude?! youre not my friend monkey dude, in fact, im not even gonna call you monkey dude. i'ma call you josh"

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Jeff from Jersey Village, TX 
Aug 15 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

just different. not bad but not as good as before. love their sound though. takes a long time to get used to it. there arent any real catchy parts its just kinda blah.

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Ian from Warren, PA 
Jul 3 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

A good, but not a great release by Fairweather. They dropped their rythem guitarist from the lineup. So all their signature progressions and filler is definitely lost that they had in If They Move...Kill Them. There is still plenty of hooks and catchy lyrics, but it's set in a more of a rock mood. If you're an old school Fairweather fan like I am then it might take a few listens to get used to, but it's good music and is worth the purchase.

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