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Poetry Of The Deed - Frank TurnerPoetry Indeed! (2792 words)
by obscuredbykep - written on 09/10/09 (Very useful, 44 readings)
sounds like a slightly different style yet again, the music sounds really rigid behind it - but slides off into little acoustic sections which sound awesome. My friend, and fellow F Frank Turner fanatic, dislikes this song due to it being a bit too "indie" for his tastes. I can see what he means, but still really enjoy the song (well, I do like indie, so maybe that is why.) It isn t a song that outshines others, but it certainly stands shoulder to shoulder on the frontiers with the other songs. Sunday Nights Yet again, we open with Frank and his guitar, in a rather common and unappealing way. But it soon grows on you, and from being a track I skipped to ...
The First Three Years - Frank TurnerFrankly, It's Great! (2424 words)
by IainWear - written on 03/04/09 (Very useful, 209 readings)
When F Frank Turner left Million Dead, he expressed a desire to keep playing songs and to keep touring, but didn t want to be part of a band any longer. Three years later - hence the title - after a couple of EPs and a couple of studio albums, we have this collection. "The First Three Years" contains the tracks from both the EPs as well as collecting together material he recorded with other artists early in his solo career and a few other random tracks. The album begins with the title track from his second EP, "The Real Damage". It s an interesting song that rather worryingly proves to be an accurate reflection of far too many nights in my own life ...