How To Save A Life - The Fray Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock / Artist: The Fray / Audio CD released 2007-02-19 at RCA / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 She Is 2 Over My Head ... more
Newest Review: ... their music, predominantly guitar based. On this album: The title track is by far and away the highlight on here. Slade's ... more
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by - written on 30/01/08 (Useful, 67 readings)
I first heard of the fray about 6 months ago when I heard their song 'how to save a life' on BBC radio 1 one day. It was one of those occasions where you hear a song and fall in love with it straight away, unfortunately it was also one of those occasions where you hear a song but miss the title and band name so I spent about an hour on the internet afterwards trying to find out what it was. I eventually worked out what it was and downloaded it along with another song of theirs called 'cable car' I loved both tracks and ordered the album of Amazon the next day. The album is quite possibly one of the best albums I own and would describe them as a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/07 (Useful, 67 readings)
The Fray- How To Save A Life Tracks: She Is Over My Head How To Save A Life All At Once Fall Away Heaven Forbid Look After You Hundred Vienna Dead Wrong Little House Trust Me Unsaid Review: I have a confession to make. When I first heard ‘How To Save A Life’ I hated it. But after consistently hearing it nearly every day, I changed my mind and began to like it. Emotionally, this is one of the best albums ever. Though you can’t relate to much in this album, you think you can. Many would say, that if you liked the title track, then you’d like the rest. I agree. All the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/07 (Somewhat useful, 42 readings)
This brilliant album from The Fray is definately not one to miss. They are a breath of fresh air and have a very unique style, which many people love. If you haven't heard their song, "How to save a life" then where have you been?! It was constantly on TV, radio, everywhere! This just shows how popular they are. There are also many great tracks on this CD, "Over my head", "Trust me" are just some! What are you waiting for? Go buy it now ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/04/07 (Very useful, 2399 readings)
My housemate returned back to University after the Christmas holiday absolutely raving about this song she’d heard on her drive back down on Radio 1. Now she normally has quite good taste in music, apart from the odd bizarre addition to her collection of course which also features Aqua’s Barbie Girl album. After listening to some of the album on her ipod I decided I had to have it after falling in love with the first three tracks I heard. Before this I’d never heard of The Fray who are a four piece American band from Denver. They formed back in 2002 and found quite large success in Denver over their first couple of years. The first single they released in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I don't know if anyone else was sick to death of hearing 'How To Save A Life' on UK radio in 2007. The first time I heard the track I was not moved, then by the third listen I was getting it. By the hundreth listen I was fed up and wanted to hear something new from them. This album obviously has that song on and a few others... Who are they: US group, with a melanchonic feel about their music, predominantly guitar based. On this album: The title track is by far and away the highlight on here. Slade's voice is just pitched so perfectly as he delivers the fragile lyrics. He sounds broken in parts and whimsical in others. It is ... Read the complete review
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