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Customer Reviews

New twist on Format favorites

1) Dog Problems - Nothing too different, but a nice live edition of a brilliant song 2) This Town.. - AMAZING. Such a fun cover (Sparks), and the note Nate hits at the end is phenomenal. 3) Inches And Falling - Again, not too much change from the original, but it's a catchy song, and a live edition won't hurt your collection 4) Matches - Very cool. What was a very simplistic tune has little embellishments here and there that really make this little gem shine 5) Faith In Fast Cars - Stripped-down, very emotional song. This just goes to show what kind of a range The Format has with their music. 6) Janet - Yayyy, AWESOME song. I actually prefer this live version to the original from the Snails EP. As far as albums go, this is live music at its best. Buy it - you won't be disappointed. =) This might also be a nice starting point for Format newbies.

The Format is the best thing that will ever happen to you. Point blank.

with horns

flawwwwwless. except for maybe the transition between tracks. besides that, how could anyone complain? maybe they'd complain about how it isnt 20 tracks of live format goodness? hmm but come on! JANET! WITH HORNS! and a nice clean crisp cut of this town. sparks should be proud. matches live:one of the best. oh and faith in fast cars is not dead. it still holds court and reigns supreme. t-


Formed: 2001 in Peoria, AZ

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Self-described as a "desert pop" band, the Format materialized around two friends, vocalist Nate Ruess and multi-instrumentalist Sam Means, in the early 2000s. Taking influence from '60s music to craft their own spirited indie pop melodies, the Arizona-based pair were barely in their twenties when they laid down a five-song EP with producer Bob Hoag. Next thing they knew, the first track from that EP -- the aptly titled "The First Single" -- found its way onto local radio and became a minor hometown...
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