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No massive anthems but still decent album

There isn't gonna be a track on this album that will reach number one thanks to the trash that is popular these days but in my opinion a very decent album. An album for those people who enjoy adele more than gaga, sheeran over one direction, basically decent music over teeny bopper nonsense. However may be a tad overpriced but I'm not gonna complain too much.

A safe third album

Scars and Stories, the Fray's thirs studio album, was greeted with much anticipation by Fray fans after the beautifully composed and heavily underrated 2nd album entitled "The Fray". After listening to each song in turn, i found it difficult to instantly connect with a song, which i had with the previous two albums. This album seems to struggle to find that one hit that can make an album heavily remembered, and they seem to have suffered a slight identity crisis after the success of their previous albums. The album seems a very safe, which was a bit disappointing for me.

However, despite this, the album does begin to grow on the listener after a while. The songs "Munich" and "Be Still" being personal favourites. The album should do "ok" in the charts, but nothing on the heights of the pevious two albums. Hopefully, the Fray will begin to think where they want to move and take their music, and in their next album, we will hopefully begin to hear some new musical direction emerging.

All in all a safe, but easy listening album 4/5.

Great album

From start to finish a really great album,best out of the three they have released :)


Formed: 2002 in Denver, CO

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

By pitching their music somewhere between the arena-friendly style of U2 and the mature pop/rock of bands like Maroon 5 and Counting Crows, the Fray rose to commercial prominence with their 2005 debut, How to Save a Life. The Denver-based band had formed three years prior, when former schoolmates Isaac Slade (vocals, piano) and Joe King (guitar, vocals) unexpectedly bumped into each other at a local music store. The pair began a series of two-man jam sessions and soon expanded their lineup with two...
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