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Somewhat disappointingly, theres less vocal input from drummer Ryan Richards, whose gutsy death-metal howls always proved the perfect foil for Davies sensitive, pitch-perfect tones. Its not quite enough to unbalance Funerals perfect balance between sweetness and savagery, mind: for every "Drive" a chiming, lighters-out moment that sounds unnervingly, towards the end, like Bright Eyes theres a raging, thrash-tinged "The End Of Nothing" that reminds you exactly why Funeral For A Friend are still more vital, important, and plain enjoyable than 95% of the other nu-emo bands out there. --Louis Pattison
One of my all time favourite albums, every song is catchy and well written, with a cracking sound to it (so clear and sharp). Read morePublished 18 months ago by JBT
Equally as good as Casually Dressed and Deep in Conversation, sound-wise its the same.
The next three albums are more refined but nonetheless, full of quality tunes. Read more
I loved Casually Dressed'. It was in my car in repeat when I first got it for weeks on end. This, however, got one listen and put it back in the box. Read morePublished on 2 Sept. 2011 by James Morris
The rest of the stuff they have done is just not my thing. This album is the one that sticks out of the crowd from the rest, great songs, full of power and emotion, the lead guitar... Read morePublished on 8 Oct. 2009 by roadbloc
This album is absolutely fantastic, and is one of the best in its genre. Each track has fantastic lyrics and musicality, defined by perfect soaring guitar lines and incredible... Read morePublished on 20 April 2008 by Elspeth Jones
ive had dis album 4 ages nd coz im seein em soon thought id write about em
dis album was the first 1 i got i dnt remember y i decided to get it but i deffo am GLAD its AMAZING... Read more
An amazing album by one of my all time favourite bands, its just one good song after another! My personal faves have to be 'Roses for the Dead' and 'The End of Nothing'. Read morePublished on 13 Mar. 2007 by Ms. R. Hall
I was tempted to give this cd 4 stars as it does have some generally good songs. The album starts strong with tracks all the rage, streetcar and roses for the dead the album then... Read morePublished on 6 Nov. 2006 by Mr. Lg Iles
It was actually my friend who introduced me to Funeral for a Friend for the first time last year and ever since, I have been listening to Hours on my Ipod. Read morePublished on 28 Aug. 2006 by S. Higton