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Further Seems Forever

Moon Is Down

Tooth & Nail

Released on March 27, 2001

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The Moon Is Down" is Southern Florida band Further Seems Forever's first album for Tooth & Nail, and features the freshest, most beautiful American rock music you've heard in some time. After playing with Sense Field, Legends of Rodeo, and New Found Glory, FSF have written and recorded a collection of shimmering songs of smooth reflection and bent tonalities on an ocean floor of raw human need. For fans of rock and roll, including but not limited to, Jawbox, Sunny Day, Led Zep, and the Beatles.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 32 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Moon Is Down Voted #3  13%
2 The Bradley  6%
3 Snowbirds And Townies Voted #1  18%
4 Monechetti  8%
5 Madison Prep  4%
6 New Year's Project Voted #2  17%
7 Just Until Sundown  9%
8 Pictures Of Shorelines  11%
9 Wearing Thing  10%
10 A New Desert Life  4%
Come back on or after Tuesday, March 27 to vote for your favorite songs

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Ciara from Hot Springs, AR 
Jan 3 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I think this is the best fsf album they ever made. Beautiful guitar and beautiful lyrics. And chris is outstanding in this. If you like emo at all, buy it. If you don't like emo, buy this anyway and see what happens. It is worth the money, I promise.

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Richie from Fruit Heights, UT 
Dec 19 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars





Straight Up solid emo from the South Florida band. At first I thought "O, same sound as Dashboard". but no it's so much better after taking the time to listen to it thoroughly. It is not the greatest thing FSF has made however becuase How to Start A Fire, FSF's newest album with new singer Jason Gleason absolutely kills the crap out of this CD, and is not as whining, so definitely buy that first.

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David from Jamestown, NC 
Nov 28 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

They were going somewhere great with this album. Carraba was going somewhere great with this album, not to the shitter where both of them are going. Not so much Further Seems Forever, but definitely Carraba. Anyway, the CD is a great CD. Very mellow and soothing. It makes you feel good. I definitely recommend it. Get this before "How to Start a Fire." For those who have the other CD, you might want to listen to this a little before you get it. It's different.

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Jason from Elkhart, IN 
Sep 26 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is awesome. I bought this cd because i liked dashboard. This is not anything even remotely similar to dashboard, but nonetheless amazing. Every song is good from start to finish. They aren't the same without chris carraba though. this is definitely the better of the FSF cds.

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Jackie from Daly City, CA 
Jul 11 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

buy this cd if you like emo. i'm not a big fan of emo, but i bought this cd to check them out, and it's actually a pretty nice cd. lots of slow songs, so for all you emo kids out there, get this!

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Mindii from Sarasota, FL 
Jun 19 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I fell in love with this CD on a Tuesday morning as I walked along in the beach barefoot with the water brushing up on my ankles. Seriously. I think it's great, but I wish there were a few more slow songs.

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Kyle from Bradford, PA 
May 29 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd is awesome. its not super fast rockin, but i still enjoy it. chris' voice is great and it sucks that he left the band. this cd has made me a pretty big fan and i'm happy i bought it. "pictures of shorelines" and "the bradley" are the best songs. i can listen to it the entire way through. if you like dashboard, buy it.

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Philip from Cornwall, United Kingdom 
Mar 31 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

yep i like this as well, its emo, good songs. how much does that piss me off when im trying to listen to some good music? lots! this is as good as it gets for emo, badboy!

ps this aint dashboard with drums and a distortion pedals, its much better

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Guy from Carmel, NY 
Feb 9 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is an ok album. "Snowbirds and Townies" is in my opinion the best song on the CD, and a really good song in general. Other than that though, nothing else really sticks out and makes a big impression. Just the same old thing. If you're a big emo fan then you might like this. They are coming out with another album this month, I will probably give them another chance and check that out too. I still give it a 4 because of how much I really do like "Snowbirds and Townies" and I think they do show some potential.

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Matt from Lafayette, GA 
Jan 6 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is not Dashboard. So if you're looking for anything similar, dont buy this. I, personally, didn't like it...but i do see how someone else could. It's almost like progressive punk or something, seems like FSF were trying pretty hard to do complex stuff. they suceeded. It's not catchy, and all the songs blend together.

 
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