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All Quiet on The Noise Floor
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on 31 January 2010
Thank goodness there are people like Jason Falkner and Roger Joseph Manning jr around to brighten the world with melodic power-pop of the highest order. This latest album has some very well crafted songs, along with a couple of older tunes re-recorded and a couple of weaker tracks. The production quality on this and his previous solo album seem not quite up to the awesome standard of Can You Still Feel - drums are a little tinny - but still pretty good! Soon to be released in the US with new artwork and a couple of different tracks (I'll have to buy that as well!)
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on 12 December 2009
Jason's latest solo record chock full of great melodies - anyone who has Jellyfish & Roger Manning in their collection should buy this - but perhaps wait for UK release, on second thoughts maybe not as they usually remain expensive imports.
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on 21 April 2010
Yet another great album from Jason Falkner, pity the guy cannot get a UK or US deal when he is so obviously talented.

He has played with people such as Paul McCartney, Beck, Brendon Benson, Air, Daniel Johnson, Travis and Aimee Mann.

Not forgetting he was part of Jellyfish for the Bellybutton album.
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on 9 April 2010
Another fantastic album from Jason, chock full of catchy pop songs - as strong as all of his previous albums. He never disappoints! Too bad this album is difficult to find.
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on 29 June 2013
I took the plunge to get this, despite the expense, as JF is a quite extraordinary artist. It's worth every penny - smart, beautiful sounding rock.
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