Further Seems Forever - Hide Nothing album FLAC
Further Seems Forever is an American rock band formed in 1998 in Pompano Beach, Florida. Over its initial eight-year run the band experienced several lineup changes, resulting in a different lead vocalist performing on each of their first three studio albums. Original singer Chris Carrabba recorded The Moon Is Down (2001) with the group before leaving to start Dashboard Confessional.
Band Name Further Seems Forever. Released date 24 August 2004. Labels Tooth And Nail Records. 4. Like Someone you Know.
8. Light Up Ahead Lyrics. 11. Make It a Part, All Rise (acoustic) Lyrics.
Further Seems Forever - Light Up Ahead (acoustic; Album Version) (03:04, 192Kb/s). Further Seems Forever - Light Up Ahead (03:09, 320Kb/s). Further Seems Forever - Pictures Of Shorelines (03:13, 320Kb/s). On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Hope This Finds You Well (Best Of) (2006).
We live and we learn and crash and we burn and were gone (We live and we learn and crash and we burn and were gone) We take what we know and we learn as we go and we run. Run until that day We can see who we are Have the final say We can be who we are As love lights the way to the last day And no one can take it away
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2000, Further Seems Forever releases their debut The Moon Is Down with Chris Carrabba as vocalist. It was, indeed, one of the best CDs of the year, and stood out as one of the better Tooth & Nail records of all time. It might seem a bit extreme, but this was one amazing disc. It wasn't all good though; Shortly before The Moon Is Down was released, Carrabba left the band and started the now highly-lauded Dashboard Confessional. Futher Seems Forever needed a quick replacement. His voice was, indeed, quite similar to Carrabba's raw, emotional voice. It begins with the moving "Light Up Ahead," a song about redemption. Further's emo/rock sound has never sounded better, and Bunch's voice, the third one to have done so, plays perfectly on top of it.