The Identity by Far From Breaking, released 26 August 2003 1. Think Twice 2. All The Difference 3. See Right Through You 4. Identity 5. The Bonds We Built 6. More Than Ever 7. You'll Never Change 8. Left Standing 9. What's It Worth 10. Made My Choice 11. Look Ahead 12. Same Mistake. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Like a boxer landing a flurry of punches, Far From Breaking makes their point shortly and succinctly. Only four of the songs on "The Identity" break the two minute mark, but what they lack in time they make up for in intensity. Well, evidently someone forgot to tell these guys, because this release harkens back to the days of bands like Youth of Today and Chain of Strength . This album could probably pass as a re-issue of some long forgotten hardcore band of the late eighties, but instead it's a release from this relatively new outfit. Far From Breaking blends what seems to be the poise of a veteran band with the youthful exuberance and passion of a young band.
Far From's one-sheet says The Identity is "all about playing with your hood up in 110-degree weather", and I'd love to see a hardcore band that doesn't look like angry jocks with hooded sweatshirts and songs that sound exactly like the ones they listened to before band practice. The Identity as an album is a clattering, annoying, foolish, amateurish wasted effort. This pointless band has no Identity to call their own, and Chain of Strength are in a room somewhere frowning at what they've accidentally unleashed on all ages clubs everywhere: raving jock-core
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The album art for "Identity," Far East Movement's first album since 2012. Courtesy of Transparent Agency. While in Asia, Far East Movement - which initially formed in Koreatown, Los Angeles, in 2003 - started producing for Japanese, Chinese, and Korean artists and began learning more about the region's music scene. Producing for artists in Asia helped Far East Movement gain a deeper appreciation, respect, and understanding of the scene and the culture, Nishimura said
Identity is the only album by Zee, a short-lived side project of Pink Floyd keyboardist Rick Wright, a duo partnership consisting of Wright and Dave Harris of New Romantic outfit Fashion, released in 1984. Wright later stated that he felt Identity was an "experimental mistake" that should never have been released. The album was written and produced by Wright and Harris and all the lyrics were penned by Harris.
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Simmons into the world of Spider-Man will affect the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This scene picks up right where Far From Home leaves off seeing Peter and MJ swinging through New York City. When MJ can’t handle it anymore, Peter drops her off in Midtown Manhattan/Herald Square which is when audiences can hear a news report playing. Simmons) appears on screen announcing that Spider-Man is a villain and was the reason behind the London attacks and Mysterio’s death.
Profile: American straight-edge hardcore band from Austin, Texas. Members: Jason Tarpey. The Identity (CD, Comp). Youngblood Records, Third Party Records.