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  • Audio CD (Nov. 10 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Import
  • ASIN: B002S2KOC2
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #37,254 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Product Description

BC's own pop/rock band Faber Drive exploded on to the scene with their hit singles "Second Chance," "Tongue Tied," and "When I'm With You" off their debut album Seven Second Surgery. Now Faber Drive is back with their highly anticipated sophomore effort

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Richard Stephens on Nov. 13 2009
Format: Audio CD
I have only one question: Why aren't these guys popular in the UK??? They are genuinely one of a few bands whose albums I can listen to on repeat :) It's a mix of fast paced "pop" numbers, and soft rock ballads, like "When I'm With You" from Seven Second Surgery! I actually prefer this album to their debut, despite reading fan reviews of G-Get Up And Dance, how they "strayed" from their original sound - this is not true. This album is true to Faber Drive and currently now very high up on my list of favourite albums of 2009! My favorite tracks are: G-get Up and Dance, Lucky Ones and I'll Be There feat Jessie Farrell :)

5* Recommendation! Buy it! Listen to it! Love it!
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By karenkc1994 on Dec 4 2010
Format: Audio CD
Faber's Drive's old and new stuff are both equally awesome!
Seven Second Surgery is more rock and Can't Keep A Secret is more pop, in my opinion at least. They are both extremely good, very catchy tunes, love them :)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Faber Drive Avoids the Sophomore Slump....Barely Jan. 6 2010
By Cory T. Shaeffer - Published on Amazon.com
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From the instant this CD is opened, it is very clear that Faber Drive has (as most powerpop/pop punk bands do) changed their sound dramatically on this record. And although the album is good, it is a far cry from their strong debut.

Gone are the crunching guitar chords from their previous album, on which tracks like "21st Story Love Affair" and "Time Bomb" echoed the edgier moments of a cross between Nickleback and Jimmy Eat World.

But the album art, which features the band decked out in fluorescent glam outfits, is a telling tale of what is to come. This album is more electro-pop, and the edge is all gone. There are some catchy songs, in particular the ballad "You and I Tonight" and the hit single "Get Up and Dance." Aside from a wretched cover of the Cars' "Just What I Needed," the album hits the mark....but one wonders why the band changed the formula of what worked so well before.

This sounds more like Metro Station than it does a straightforward rock album, which their debut for the most part was. If you like that change, then you will find the songs here quite pleasing and embrace the album.

If you prefer the sound on "Seven Second Surgery," just be warned that this sounds like a different band altogether. The debut album sounded as if it were a labor of love that took a long time to write and record. This album, though well done, sounds like it was whipped together in about 3 hours. But it's a matter of taste. Again, the songs are pretty good....but as a professional writer and music critic, I don't take this band as seriously as I once did.
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Bleh.. What a waste... Jan. 23 2010
By Darrin Pfaff - Published on Amazon.com
I was anticipating the release of Faber Drive's second studio album as soon as they announced it coming out. And then I heard the single 'Get Up and Dance' and was completely confused as to the direction this band went. Veering from the catchy and harder hitting rock, to a Metro Station or Cobra Starship sound mixing in electric beats that personally I think are a waste of the music they could have made. But I bought listened to once and probably wont listen to most of it again. With the success of their first album why the drastic shift in to a crappy autotoned electronic sounding band??

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