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Best album yet!

I have been a Fighting Gravity fan now for over 11 years and have watched them evolve from a ska band to a world beat band and to the band that you hear on this album. The more I listen to it the more I want to hear it again. I have heard every album they've released and so far this one is the best. Of course, I seem to feel that way about each successive album they release. From the days of playing at the Flood Zone in downtown Richmond to today, their music has only gotten better and more refined. I certainly do hope the day comes soon that the rest of the world will get to experience the music of Fighting Gravity as those of use here on the east coast have been fortunate to do for so many years now.

Check them out!!!

I saw Fighting Gravity in concert in Richmond last year and they were amazing!!! They have so much energy, it's a great show to go to! This album is great but it's a lot more rock than there previous albums! Check out "Message", "Lost Our Way", and "I Disagree"!!

More Like FG fading to black...

Guys this album is terrible. I remember this band in their hey day and this product does them no justice. As FG's final aldum they have nothing better than bad original cuts and a handful of recycled losers. It is sad to see such a great band go out on such a sour note. What happened FG? :(


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Richmond, VA-based ska outfit Fighting Gravity comprised vocalist Schiavone McGee, guitarist David "Tree" Triano, bassist Dave Peterson, keyboardist Eric Lawson, trombonist Chris Leitch, saxophonist Karl von Klein and drummer Mike Boyd. Formed while its members were attending Virginia Polytechnic Institute during the mid-'80s, the group -- originally dubbed "Boy O Boy" -- spent the next decade touring relentlessly, playing between 150 to 200 dates a year up and down the Eastern seaboard. After...
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