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Item No: 12076
Thousand Foot Krutch offshoot FM Static returns with the groups first concept album where every lyric is the innermost thought of a soul- searching teenager. Although Dear Diary is a work of fiction, Trevor McNevan says, "the songs reflect thoughts me and my friends all had growing up. And there's a lot of me in the more serious songs toward the end." Includes "Man, Whatcha Doin?", "Take Me As I Am," "Sometimes You Can Forget Who You Are," and more.
- Release date: 4/7/09
- Number of discs: 1
- Label: Tooth & Nail Records
This Alum Provides a little power pop, with pop/rock/with rock n' roll, and ballads, this album has to be the best album I've spent my money on!
Daniel: great cd i like it alot! - daniel m.
- Says this item fits: "1/2 Size Smaller"
haven't listened to it yet, saving it for a gift
Hannah: This is a really great cd!! I was so happy to get it :) - Hannah N.