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All Artists: Pfr
Title: Disappear
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Word -- Word --
Release Date: 7/17/2001
Genre: Christian & Gospel
Style: Rock & Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 080688615628

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Mike S. (capnsmith) from TULSA, OK
Reviewed on 12/1/2006...
This is pre-release version of the album that became public 7/3/2001. The CD has a "pre-release" label, and the back cover indicates "pre-release."

The track listing is the same as the public release.

There is no CD cover for this pre-release version.

A rare novelty for PFR fans.

CD Reviews

Waiting for the sun to come out again
Caleb White | Melbourne, Vic, Australia | 07/18/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"PFR have returned! I waited expectantly for this new release despite the fact that I couldn't wait! Now, expectations sometimes spoil the taste of a new album. Not so here. What I expected was more great songs from one of the greatest, most underrated bands ever, and that was exactly what I got! On their previous album, Them, PFR embraced a rockier sound, with driving, four on the floor grooves, and wailing distortion, with Hanson's superb voice soaring above the tight rhythm section. More of the same here. That is to say, if you liked Pour Me Out, Line of Love, and also Last Breath from Great Lengths, you'll love this album. Amsterdam opens with a thick groove before clearing out for a flowing verse, then rocks back into a catchy chorus. The next song, Gone, has a hook the size of Texas, and is backed up by Hanson's earnest vocal, or is it the other way around?Other great moments include the album's longest track, Missing Love, a moving prayer, All Ready, a loping, 6/8 groover that just screams, "We're back and we love it!" Well, I can't list the high points or low points, as both are non-existent. PFR simply puts out good stuff. They don't rehash old melodies or hooks, as the music just flows out of them. Get it ASAP! Find out what you're missing! And if you already know what you're missing, what's taking you so long?"
Missing band
Dralenan | Caldwell, ID United States | 08/18/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I, like so many others, was disappointed at PFR's split in 97. Of course, this was marked by periodic reunions (the Phoenix benefit concert, "Kingdom Come", etc.). So, finally, the band reunited to do an album. What to expect? Well, expect many bands, people expect an artist to simply redo the previous album. And like the greatest bands, PFR wasn't content to record "Them - Part II". Every PFR album has been totally different from the others, they are a band willing to experiment. But mostly, this album reminds me of a more alive version of Great Lengths. It's the music of a PFR that has aged well.Problem is, the album is impossible to find. For some reason or another the label, Squint, put this out of print very quickly. If you want this excellent CD, you'll have to check with used places ..."