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Crashings

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Released  February 24, 2004
Length  38:45
Artist  Falling Up
Producer  Aaron Sprinkle
Recorded  2003
Crashings (2004)  Dawn Escapes (2005)
Release date  24 February 2004
Label  BEC Recordings
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Genres  Alternative rock, Nu metal, Post-grunge, Alternative metal, Industrial rock
Similar  Falling Up albums, Christian rock albums

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Crashings is the debut full-length album by Falling Up. It generally has a heavy rock sound; however, during songs like "Jacksonfive" and "Falling In Love", it draws upon hip hop and soft piano (respectively). "Broken Heart", "Escalates", and "Bittersweet" were released as singles, and all three hit No. 1 on the Christian rock charts. The album reached the Billboard Top Heatseekers albums chart peaking at No. 42 and it also reached Billboard Top Christian albums chart peaking at No. 32. The album has sold over 50,000 worldwide.

Contents

Track listing

All tracks written by Falling Up, except where noted.

Credits

  • Jessy Ribordy — Vocals
  • Tom Cox — Guitar, Background Vocals
  • Joeseph A. Kisselburgh — Guitar, Background Vocals
  • Andrew "A-Dub" Wadlow — Keyboards, DJ
  • Jeremy Miller — Bass
  • Josh Shroy — Drums
  • Produced by Aaron Sprinkle
  • Mixed by J.R. McNeely
  • Recorded at Compound Recording (Seattle, Washington)
  • Songs

    1Bittersweet3:15
    2Symmetry3:13
    3Broken Heart3:08

    References

    Crashings Wikipedia


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