Fever by Bullet For My Valentine
The Last Fight
A Place Where You Belong
Pleasure & Pain
Breaking Out, Breaking Down
Begging For Mercy
Pretty On The Outside
I know I've said it both times I've seen BFMV in concert, but they actually ARE good, just not in concert. So no, I'm not being hypocritical.
This album is so much fun to rock out to on the highest possible volume (if it's a ten or an eleven, it's still loud ;). I've probably listened to this album 15 times this month! It's really that good.
Songs like "Your Betrayal," "Breaking Out, Breaking Down," "Dignity," and "Pleasure & Pain" are extremely catchy and I end up singing them in my head as I fall asleep every night.
A much more sad song, "A Place Where You Belong" is about a guy who's girlfriend committed suicide, and how he feels like he could have prevented it. He is miserable, wasting away, knowing he never got to say goodbye. He just spends his days locked away reading her suicide note and wondering what he could have done to stop her.
"Pretty on the Outside" is about how this guy hates this girl for being such an awful person. She's only pretty on the outside, he says. Burrrrrn.
I absolutely love this album and every song on it, but if I had to pick a favourite, it would probably be "Alone" or "Pretty On The Outside."
I recommend listening to this album.
Zoe Adler is a music journalist from Long Beach, California. Besides her website, which is her pride and joy, she works with the GRAMMY Foundation and the Long Beach Independent. Additionally, Ms. Adler is a musician, spending half of her time playing the flute, piccolo, trombone, and marching baritone. She has been with TeenView Music since the very start and hopes to make something of it in the future.