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Album Review

As the daughter of singer/songwriter/guitarist Billy Falcon, who scored a Top 40 hit in 1991 with "Power Windows," Rose Falcon is a second-generation rock artist. And she hewed closely to her father on her self-titled debut album, to the extent of co-writing six of the eight songs on the brief disc with him and covering his song "Breathe." But however genuine her musical roots, she came along at a moment when Avril Lavigne was pushing aside teen pop queens like Britney Spears with her brand of guitar-based pop/rock, and, in record-industry terms, the 19-year-old came across as Columbia Records' answer to Lavigne. The energetic rock sound of tracks like "Fun" and "Up Up Up" seemed designed to deliver more of the same to young music fans mesmerized by Lavigne. On the video for "Up Up Up," included as part of the CD's multimedia content, Falcon even appeared to be trying to do for fedoras what Lavigne had done for skinny ties. She may have had more to offer than just cloning a trend, and indeed, the recording contained hints that she did, but on her first album, Rose Falcon appeared to be bowing to typical music-industry trend-chasing.

Customer Reviews

Wow

i'am sooo glad i found this CD it took me a while though. Rose is such a good singer, i remember the song up up up in 2nd grade, but until then i total forgot about. then i was watching disney channel and in the backround of the movie (confessions of a teenage drama queen) up up up started playing & i rememberd the song. i didn't know what the song was called so i googled it and there u go rose falcon. this album is a definet buy

5

Back in 2003, I would watch Disney Channel almost everyday. To help advertise their upcoming movie (Inspector Gadget 2), they would play the music video for "Up Up Up" just about every other commercial. I immediately fell in love with it, but once Disney stopped airing the video, it pretty much dissapeared from my memory, until last week when I re-heard it in the background of a vacation commercial. I did some research and eventually found this CD on iTunes. While the other seven tracks on this debut don't live up to "Up Up Up" (which is a must-download), they are still worth listening to at least once.

shes cool

i met her at a concert...way nice person. she was able to stand two 9 year olds freaking out. she willingly gave autographs (still have it) unlike greg raposo (very rude) i got her cd and adore it. even though she isnt big any more i still like her.

Biography

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Rose Falcon is the daughter of singer/songwriter/guitarist/producer Billy Falcon and his wife Myla Falcon. Her early years were spent in a studio apartment in New York City, though the family moved to New Jersey when she was old enough to attend school. Her mother was diagnosed with cancer in 1987 and died two years later, after which she was raised by her father, with whom she traveled around the country as part of his music career. (They eventually settled in Nashville.) Billy Falcon encouraged...
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