The Drug in Me Is You

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All Music Guide - Gregory Heaney
Written while serving time in a Nevada jail, singer and former Escape the Fate frontman Ronnie Radke makes his return to music with a new band on Falling in Reverse's debut album, The Drug in Me Is You. With a sound that toes the line between melodic post-hardcore and pop-punk, the album takes listeners on a reflective, guitar-driven journey through the mind of Radke, who turns the camera on himself with a collection of songs that feel more genuinely personal than his earlier work. As his first musical outlet since his release, there's a real sense of urgent catharsis at work, as if these songs needed to get out of him as fast as possible. The show isn't all about Radke,...
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All Music Guide - Gregory Heaney
Written while serving time in a Nevada jail, singer and former Escape the Fate frontman Ronnie Radke makes his return to music with a new band on Falling in Reverse's debut album, The Drug in Me Is You. With a sound that toes the line between melodic post-hardcore and pop-punk, the album takes listeners on a reflective, guitar-driven journey through the mind of Radke, who turns the camera on himself with a collection of songs that feel more genuinely personal than his earlier work. As his first musical outlet since his release, there's a real sense of urgent catharsis at work, as if these songs needed to get out of him as fast as possible. The show isn't all about Radke, though. The rest of the band puts together a sound that's able to match the frontman's sense of drama nicely, making things sound big and sweeping when they need to up the emotional intensity, and pushing the heaviness when it's time to get into the real angst and pent-up aggression. This combination of a tight, talented band and a tortured frontman doesn't necessarily make Falling in Reverse a revelatory band, but is does make The Drug in Me Is You a very solid album that will give fans of Radke's a chance to get reacquainted with the notorious post-hardcore bad boy.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/26/2011
  • Label: Epitaph / Ada
  • UPC: 045778714728
  • Catalog Number: 87147
  • Sales rank: 7,723

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Falling in Reverse Primary Artist
Dave Holdredge Strings, Keyboards, Vocals
Michael "Elvis" Baskette Strings, Keyboards, Vocals
Jef Moll Vocals
Ronnie Radke Vocals, Group Member
Ryan Seaman Drums, Group Member
Bryan Ross Guitar, Drums
Derek Jones Guitar, Group Member
Jacky Vincent Guitar, Vocals, Group Member
Mika Horiuchi Bass, Group Member
Technical Credits
Dave Holdredge Programming, Engineer
Michael "Elvis" Baskette Programming, Producer
Omar Espinosa Composer
Jef Moll Digital Editing
Nick Pritchard Artwork
Ronnie Radke Composer
Matt Grayson Band Photo
Bryan Ross Composer
David Holdredge Composer
Elvis Baskette Producer
Devin Taylor Cover Photo
Michael Baskette Composer
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  • Posted August 6, 2011

    HEYYYY PEOPLE

    hey this is an amazing!!Cd for a band that just got together ronnie sounds as amazing as ever. The music is awsome u cant help your self u just wanna git up & dance^^ its fanfreakntastic u gotta listen to it!!!!*

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    Posted September 10, 2011

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