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Album Review

The first single from Faber Drive's second album, "G-Get Up and Dance," was a brilliant, over-processed piece of party rock that propelled the Canadian band back onto their country's charts once again. The accompanying record, which owes as much to dance music as rock, also helped cut and mold the band away from the sound of their first album (although Seven Second Surgery, the Faber Drive's debut, is still evoked on standout tracks like "Lucky Ones"). Can't Keep a Secret, the band's sophomore sampling, fits right into the 2009-2010 pop/rock blend alongside names like Hedley and Marianas Trench, complete with the requisite synthesizers and sirens. The strongest cuts come in the form of dance-rock anthems like "Never Coming Down" and "Just What I Needed," although the bandmembers prove they know how to cut a killer new-millenium rock ballad such as "You and I Tonight." The only major drawback to the album is the possibility that Faber Drive may not have found their own sound yet, drifting instead to whatever the current flavor of the times may be. However, numbers like "I'll Be There," a duet with Canadian country singer Jessie Farrell, suggest that just because Faber Drive are playing to the sounds of the times doesn't mean they can't produce terrific music that is always funky and fun, if not spectacularly unique.

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What Happened?

Faber Drive lost their main songwriters, not to mention their signature sound with the departure of their lead guitarist. What happened to these guys!? they were such a talented band! this dance stuff has GOT TO GO. Faber Drive was on track to being a band remembered for years to come, now they are just a part of the fad. "G-Get Up and Dance" might as well be the new "Hokey Pokey"! Not to mention the production cannot be matched to the last album. If anything, Faber Drive hasn't lost their ballad craft. If you are a balad fan, check out songs like "You and I Tonight" and don't waste your time with this album. Major bummer.


This album is really different from the previous one. Seven Second Surgery was more touching than this.
I mean, it's good and I'ma go buy it sooner or later, but it just doesn't match up with their first all. I miss the old band =/


Faber Drive's first album was great, lets all admit it. Most of their songs are most played in my library. And sure, their sound has changed a lot and they've taken a new sound to their music but that doesn't mean its bad. Sure, its a little more techno/electronic. But does that mean you have to say that its disappointing? No. Try listening to it and give it a chance. I know I like this album and I seriously like FD. Their old sound was great and I loved it. And I've seen them live, and they're amazing. Not to mention, they're great with their fans and definitely down to earth. But this new look on music is great and I hope they don't change completely because their old ways were what made them the band they are now.


Formed: 2004 in Mission, British Columbia, Canada

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A spirited pop-punk band with a devoted following in Canada, Faber Drive were originally known as Faber. Their original name was changed after the group signed to Universal's Republic imprint, due to unspecified worries over potential copyright infringement claims — it's unclear whether they were worried more about the American pencil manufacturer or the British publishing house — but the band came by the name honestly, given the presence (and surname) of bandleader Dave Faber. Living...
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