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Tales Don't Tell Themselves

Released on 14 May 2007

Artist: Funeral For A Friend

4.0 out of 5 (34 customer reviews) | Write a review

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  1. Into Oblivion (Reunion)
  2. The Great Wide Open
  3. The Diary
  4. On A Wire
  5. Raise The Sail
  6. Open Water
  7. Out Of Reach
  8. One For The Road
  9. Walk Away
  10. The Sweetest Wave

customer Reviews

 Average rating (34 reviews)

 AWSOME!

| | See all ukdale's reviews (2)

This album will truely take FFAF to a new level of popularity, this is simply there best album to date and shows the band at the top of there game, the story in the album is awsome and shows matts amazing abailty of lyrical content. i Highly advise this album certanly 5/5

 Funeral for Funeral For A Friend

| | See all lungboy's reviews (1)

Travelling down the Feeder route of getting softer as time goes, TDTT is an album that does contain some rare moments of guitar driven emotional bombast (Oblivion, Diary, Raise the Sail, Out of Reach), unfortunately drowned in insipid ballads (the last three tracks for starters). Unlike the softer songs on Hours, the concept of this album means the impersonal and bland lyrics fail to save the tracks that lack in pace. I'm buying it because i like FFAF, but i'll only listen to four or five tracks on repeat. Fear For A Future.

 Can Anyone Say Commercial Sellouts?

| | See all FUBAR1985's reviews (1)

This is the worst album I have heard in ages. When this band first started they had so much promise with the first EPs, even the first album was brilliant. Then came hours which was acceptable because of the legacy, but this one is just one panzy lyric too far.
The drummer wants to never scream or use a double bass pedal again, which was the main things that gave this band the edge. What with these selling out and Bullet becoming arrogant it seems that the welsh posthardcore scene is really dead.
Still if you are a 13 year old girl I am sure you will love this album.

 DONT LISTEN TO THE HATERS!!!

| | See all InsaneJay's reviews (8)

This album gets a few bad reviews but I cannot understand why, its absolutely incredible!!
Maybe it doesn't have the same amounts of screaming and shouting as 'Hours' and 'Casually Dressed', but the songs are still completely awesome. A must buy in my opinion.
My favourites; Into oblivion, the diary, on a wire, raise the sail, open water and out of reach

 Changed sound, not necessarily a bad thing...........

| | See all Chrisman's reviews (17)

Theres no doubt, there is a big shift in the style of Funeral's third album, 'Casually Dressed' and 'Hours' were both very impressive, but after intial concerns about this album I believe over time it will stand along side them. It's obvoius that they want to move away from the 'emo' tag, the song writing for example is the story of a fisherman surving being ship wrecked and explaining the feelings and emotions he experiences. Musically you can still pick up the trade mark guitar work, but put together with the rest of the band they have produced an album full of huge rock songs. This may lose original fans, but it's worth appreciating they decided to write a different type of album, it may take a few listens to fully get into it, but it's worth it. Stand Out Tracks 'The Great Wide Open', 'The Diary', 'Out of Reach' & 'Walk Away'.

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