Faso Latido songs Product Information
Faso Latido album for sale by A Static Lullaby was released Apr 05, 2005 on the Columbia label. With the involvement of Sugar producer Lou Giordano and ex-Youth of Today/Gorilla Biscuits drummer Sammy Siegler, one might assume that FASO LATIDO is a raging slice of vintage hardcore or alternative rock. While the influences of these two genres abound in A Static Lullaby's style, this disc is much more closely allied with the post-hardcore/emo sound, mixing metallic guitar riffs with alternately crooned and screamed vocals. Faso Latido CD music contains a single disc with 13 songs. ...See Full Description
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A Static Lullaby - Faso Latido Album Track Listing
|3||Stand Up ||3:42|
|4||Radio Flyer's Last Journey||4:46|
|6||Half Man, Half Shark; Equals One Complete Gentleman||3:30|
|8||Calmer Than You Are||5:04|
|10||God Bless You (Goddamn It) Explicit||3:58|
|12||Modern Day Fire||3:26|
Faso Latido buy CD music Customer Reviews
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||open your eyes|
A Static Lullaby here has suffered the effects of switching to a "major" label. However, the fact that the band was able to redeem itself with their self-titled cd, released in late 2006, is well worth consideration. As the new cd provides an amazing succession of "And Don't Forget to Breathe...," "Faso Latido" can then be re-evaluated as a bridge of the band's artistic capabilities and hardships. "Faso Latido" gerenally has a more melancholic, relaxed rock sound, which songs like "Contagious" and "We Go to Eleven" coherently reflect upon. At first preview, the cd was a shock to much of the band's fanbase. It appeared to be an extreme shift from their first cd, but after carefully listening to it, fans can appreciate the talents of one of the first and best bands to master the art of screaming fused with melodic vocals and guitars. As much of a step backward as "Faso Latido" appears to be for A Static Lullaby, it provides the foundation and exploration needed to take the band to new levels. If you haven't checked out their self-titled album yet, I suggest you do so. You will not be dissapointed. And instead of reaching for your favorite break-up band Silverstein cd, acknowledge "Faso Latido"'s unique discovery of the talents of the boys of Chino Hills.
By cutlass_saves (Sharpsville, PA)
||1 Star is Being Nice.|
Don't buy this, buy their first Album now that is a peice of GREAT Work.
By xwelllookwhosdyingnowx (Ontario, Canada)
yeah columbia is ruining bands, look at system of a down,their 2 new album totally blow. and this ...wow....it sucked...i give it 3 stars for radio flyers last journey. columbia needs to stop
By rocknroll999 (columbia,sucks,usa)
||this is really good|
ok, so its not as good as their first album, but this cd still has a lot of potential. there are few songs on this album that im not a big fan of, but most of it is really good. i really like this cd and enjoy listening to it. i would recomend this cd to anyone who listens to them and enjoys good emo music.
By Jim R. (Watervliet, MI)
||Still supporting ASL even after they're new CD|
Okay, so everyone knows that A Static Lullaby's new CD isn't NEARLY as good as their old one. I didn't even think they were the same band anymore...they sound much more mainstream. I definately liked "...And don't forget to Breathe" much better. But really, if any of you "fans" of ASL liked them that much, you would still support them even after their new CD came out. I still have respect for them, and they're still my favorite band, even if I don't like their new music as much as their old.
By barcodestitches (Hendersonville, NC, USA)
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Faso Latido songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6840869|
|Release Date||Apr 05, 2005|
|Recording Time||50 minutes||