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Fangs (album)

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Released  March 24, 2009
Length  46:52
Release date  24 March 2009
Label  BEC Recordings
Recorded  2008
Artist  Falling Up
Producer  Casey Crescenzo
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Fangs! (2009)  Your Sparkling Death Cometh (2011)
Genres  Experimental rock, Art rock
Similar  Captiva, Crashings, Your Sparkling Death Co, Dawn Escapes, Exit Lights

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Fangs! is the fourth studio album from experimental rock band Falling Up. It was released on March 24, 2009 through BEC Recordings.

Contents

Falling up fangs video trailer


Background

Falling Up announced Fangs in August 2008, recorded from September through November, and completed the album around late 2008. The material for the album was written during early and mid-2008. Album updates were announced via the band's MySpace blogs and official YouTube channel randomly during 2008.

On January 23, the band's official MySpace profile was changed to reflect the new album's artwork and style. The band added a new song, entitled "Streams of Woe at Acheron", to their Myspace profile on January 22 and announced the album pre-order on January 27. There are three pre-order choices, each consisting of the physical album and either band signatures or a t-shirt and plastic "fangs".

On March 4, Jesus Freak Hideout posted an album "PReview", which consisted of 20-second clips of every main track and a review, including track lengths.

On March 6, Falling Up posted a new song from the album, called "Goddess of the Dayspring, Am I", on their Myspace page. The track lengths for the version posted on Falling Up's Myspace and the one reported by Jesus Freak Hideout are, for no known reason, different.

On March 13, Amazon posted Fangs for pre-order via MP3 download, which included extended 30-second previews of each song. This posting confirms that "Goddess of the Dayspring, Am I" has a song length of 4:31.

On March 21 the album was leaked to the internet via p2p downloading networks.

Track listing

The album contains twelve songs and five transitional tracks that are not numbered. The transitional tracks are part of the songs they're listed before or after, more as introductions or lead-outs than anything. "Panic and Geo-Primaries" contains the chorus and main theme from "Arch to Achtilles" on the band's earlier album, Captiva.

  • "Blooming from the Corner"
    1. "A Colour Eoptian" – 3:48
    2. "Lotus and the Languorous" – 4:43
    3. "Streams of Woe at Acheron" – 4:20
    4. "Magician Reversed" – 5:07
    5. "The Discoveratory"
    6. "Golden Arrows" – 4:07
    7. "The King's Garden" – 2:34
    8. "Panic and Geo-Primaries" – 3:56
    9. "The Moonn and Sixpence" – 3:33
    10. "Our Lady Satuernn's Reef"
    11. "Goddess of the Dayspring, Am I" – 4:31
    12. "The Sidewinder Flux" – 4:36
    13. "Gears Under the Water"
    14. "The Chilling Alpine Adventure" – 3:39
    15. "Swimming Towards Propellers" – 2:04
    16. "The Signal From Forum A"

    Personnel

  • Jessy Ribordy – guitar, vocals, keyboards/synthesizers, songwriter, lyrics
  • Jeremy Miller – bass
  • Josh Shroy – drums, percussion/loops
  • Casey Crescenzo – additional guitar and vocals, songwriter except on tracks 6 and 12, producer, engineer, mixer
  • Troy Glessner – mastering at Spectre Studio
  • Songs

    1A Colour Eoptian3:47
    2Lotus and the Languorous4:43
    3Streams of Woe at Acheron4:19

    References

    Fangs (album) Wikipedia


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