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Everything Will Never Be Ok
Fiction Plane
Everything Will Never Be Ok
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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All Artists: Fiction Plane
Title: Everything Will Never Be Ok
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Mca
Release Date: 3/11/2003
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Styles: Hardcore & Punk, American Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 008811319625, 0008811319625

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Some hope for rock?
redanman | Near Philadelphia | 05/25/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Opening Sting's intimate Irving PLace May 14th show in NYC (So as to not close the tour on Friday the 13th) I got my first introduction to Fiction Plane.

I knew they were "Sting's son's band", but I am a jaded 54 year old who has seen it all starting with my first concert being Hendrix in the fall of 1968. I went in early to see.

There is so much junk being passed off as popular music these days, heck Philadelphia even lost its only decent Alt Rock station earlier this year. Sons of popular performers have really done very little but coat-tail on daddy's name.

In spite of or because of his Father's influence Joe has put together a band that really impressed me. Live they were an opening act that you didn't really want to get off the stage. I bought the album at intermission (sorry, Amazon) and have been listening to it since, wishing I had been familiar with them prior to seeing them. Interestingly enough, I recognized nearly every track from the live performance first time round.

An occasional sophomoric lyric belies Joe's youth, but generally for a debut from a famous son this is a very hopeful album that is damn good as a stand-alone. Somewhat remininsent of the energy and pathos that forged the Police and the occasional uncanny resemblance of Joe's voice to Gordon's (especially "Silence"), this band is its own and by any standard of rock a band to be eagerly followed.

I look forward to what is hopefully to come and the next opportunity to see them in a live show."
Fiction Plane makes a stellar debut
venusprincess68 | USA | 03/21/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I try to be open to all genres of music, but I'm mostly into punk. Two weeks ago, I went to the Something Corporate & Juliana Theory show. I normally don't even make it to see the opening acts, but this time I decided to and I'm glad I did. At this concert is where I discovered the rocking new band, Fiction Plane. They've got that Brit pop/rock sound, but I really like it. They sound like a combination of Blur and Radiohead. They have great voices and sound really original (which is so rare now-a-days). I am impressed with the whole cd...so much so that I can't even pick a favorite. But "Everything will never be o.k." is my new favorite CD. Check 'em out."
A great new band
Justin Bairamian | Richmond, Surrey United Kingdom | 03/18/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I really rate this album. It's a very powerful debut from a band that I think we'll see around for some time yet. Enough of the Sting comparisons, the muscisanship is incredible - listen to that guitar on the opeining track - and the energy awesome."