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Awesome Album from an Awesome Band

As owner of all of Five for Fighting's albums, I have to say that this is their most solid release to date. 1)Freedom Never Cries: 6/10: A meaningful song, but it is missing something. 2) World: 9.5/10: Incredible song. Catchy melody, powerful message, seriously grooving. 3) California Justice: 8/10: A nice break from Ondrasik's usual piano ballads, this one isn't as thought provoking, but it is still catchy. 4) The Riddle: 9/10: A piano piece with striking similarity to Superman, 100 Years, and World 5) Two Lights: 8/10: A touching piano piece that packs an emotional wallop. 6) '65 Mustang: 7/10: A free-wheelin' song characteristic of the song's subject. 7) I Just Love You: 6/10: Ballad, and by this point, the ballads are getting boring. 8) Policeman's Xmas Party: 6/10: Is it catchy? Yes. Is it a nice break from piano ballads? Yes. Does it make sense on his album, in this setting? No 9) Road to Heaven: 7/10: A whimsical song about make-believe, this song fails to deliver, but it does have catchy parts. 10) Johnny America: 7/10: A solid song with a nice melody and inspiring message, but it's not the album's strongest song.


unlike most artist, five for fighting's songs have meanings.this album proves, especially world


I really like their music.My favorite song on this album is The Riddle


Formed: 1997 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Five for Fighting is the one-man band of John Ondrasik, who rose to fame in 2001 on the strength of the pop/rock ballad "Superman (It's Not Easy)." Although originally released in 2000, the single became popular after the events of September 11, 2001, which shone new light on Five for Fighting's tale of flight, insecurity, and heroics. Another Top 40 hit, "100 Years," followed three years later, thus cementing Five for Fighting's status as one of the decade's leading balladeers. Born and raised...
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