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Customer Reviews

Why all the hate?

Pete, you have done an exceptional job on this album. Support Pete, and his music will support you. Keep livin' your dreams!

Not Dispatch, but still great stuff

No, this doesn't have the same upbeats as dispatch or even the same catchy lyrics, but Pete is still very good in this album. He did what he was trying to to-- the chill type of album, so don't judge this because it doesn't have the energy of a Bang Bang. You also have to consider the fact that every solo artist is a lot more chill than his past band, simply because one man can't play but one or two instruments. As a side note to the other Dispatch fans out there, Chad's band, State Radio, released a great new album that's on iTunes, and while Braddigan is probably the least successful in the post-Dispatch era, he has a few good songs on his CD, Watchfires

i love it!

I love Pete Francis. He keeps Dispatch alive and sounds like them a lot. I love Dispatch and if you do to then you will love this album. You have to listen to it for yourself.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Guitarist, bassist, and vocalist Pete Francis Heimbold originally gained a cult following as one-third of the group Dispatch. Heimbold was all of 21 years old when he met up with guitarist/bassist/songwriter Chad Urmston and drummer Brad Corrigan at Middlebury College in Vermont, where the three formed a band under the moniker One Fell Swoop, but soon changed the name to Dispatch due to a St. Louis group also with the name One Fell Swoop. Between 1995 and 2001, Dispatch put out five releases and...
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