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The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus - Don't You Fake It

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Reviewer:
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Release date: 2006-07-18
Label: Virgin Records America
Genre: Modern Rock
Producer: David Bendeth
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Review

The Virgin debut from Florida based The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus is so much better than their independent album,it?s one size bigger both with the songs and production.
They have re-recorded 4 tracks from the 2005 release and I?m especially happy that they have included my favorite tracks "Cat and Mouse" and "Grim goodbye".
Producer David Bendeth (Breaking Benjamin,Dropping Daylight) has given the band the righteous sound they deserve to make these songs come out like polished diamonds.
Don?t even think about what the name of the band might mean coz it means absolutely nothing according to TRJA,no these guys focuses more on the music which is understandable when you hear the quality in their energetic mix of screamo-emo,metal and punk pop.
Well arranged harmony vocals and super tight performance might be the key to success for TRJA,as a little bonus we throw in a bunch of kick ass tracks like "Waiting","False pretense","Damn regret" and "Justify" to make the album the delicate piece of work it is.

Tracklisting 1. In Fate's Hands
2. Waiting
3. False Pretense
4. Face Down
5. Misery Loves Its Company
6. Cat and Mouse
7. Damn Regret
8. Atrophy
9. Seventeen Ain't So Sweet
10. Justify


Comments 

Melodic Net Comments 

Bengt Rist
Wery well written and performed songs, and you just got to love the production..massive!

Shelly
I love it.

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