Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Airwave Blog 2: Red Jumpsuit Apparatus go 'Face Down'


Red Jumpsuit Apparatus latest single, "Face Down" off the band's CD Don't You Fake It (Virgin Records) is a killer of a song, and who would have thought that I would actually like it. Lead singer Ronnie Winter, is fabulous on this song, and the rythum fits in nicely.

A pebble in the water makes a ripple effect
every action in this world will bear a consequence
If you wade around forever you will surely drown
I see what's going down.

I see the way you go and say you're right again,
say you're right again
heed my lecture

Do you feel like a man when you push her around?
Do you feel better now as she falls to the ground?
Well I'll tell you my friend, one day this world's going to end
as your lies crumble down, a new life she has found.

Face down in the dirt, she said,
this doesn't hurt, she said,
I finally had enough.

The Flordia quintet is turning in an awesome band on its own and the more and more I listen to Los Angeles rock station KROQ (106.7) the most I'm impressed with the talent of all the bands that play on the air.

Just like the station turned me into love My Chemical Romance (I told you that song, "The Black Parade" is totally genius!), AFI, The Killers, Evanescence, and all the others Red Jumpsuit Apparatus is up there too.

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