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The Fray Live At The Electric F

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  • Number of Discs: 1
  • ASIN: B000HRGZ4Q
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Recorded live in Philadelphia supported by bunch of teenage girls Oct. 20 2006
By J. Watanabe - Published on
Format: Audio CD
First of all, they sound pretty good live. As for this CD, it kind of reminded me of Dashboard's Unplugged CD. Most of the audience sounds like teenage girls as whenever the band performed their hit songs, you hear the high pitch screaming in the background, and they sing along word for word. If you are a hardcore Fray fan, you might enjoy some of the tracks where Slade talks to the audience. On one, he starts out, "It's a poem that I wrote as a small child...."
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
eh.... May 21 2008
By kellyp - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I think they sound great live, and it really shows off their talent, but i hated the screaming teeny-boppers singing along, they should have recorded this in a studio
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Great album! June 15 2007
By Wavaw - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I must say the Fray live is amazing! all the songs are very deep and there are some great vocals/
How to Save a Life:5/5
She is: 4/5 but becomes 5/5 in the second half or so
All at Once: 5/5
Heaven Forbid:5/5 Best vocals on the album and a cathcy melody
Vienna:5/5 great lyrics very touching
Dead Wrong:4/5 good but the is not as catchy
Over my Head (Cable Car): 4/5 good, but overplayed, and does not seem to fit well with everything else on the album
Look After You: 5/5 great music: vocals, melody, all amazing
Trust me: very relaxed and quiet, a great closer
With almost all these songs their chorus and/or middle is the strongest part (Vienna, How to Save a Life, Look after You) and their beginings tend to earn a 4 rather then a 5 but almost all amaze you by the end of the song.
It is great to hear a band that sounds as amazing live as they do in the studio! Aug. 2 2008
By Ivanlou - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I really commend The Fray for their excellent talent in and out of the studio! This live album is a great representation of the talent and emotion shown when seeing/hearing The Fray in concert. They put all of their feeling into these songs, which is obvious by the crowds reaction. It is hard not to scream every word of How to Save a Life when experiencing them playing it live. Isaac Slade does a beautiful rendition of "You are So Beautiful" at the end of "Look After You". If you have not had the chance to see The Fray live, or just want to experience it one more time, you will like this album. It is rare today to hear a band that sounds as great live as they do in the studio, but The Fray definitely does!

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