TFSOP

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TFSOPThe Fake Sound of Progress (Lostprophets album)
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Debut album The Fake Sound of Progress achieved Platinum status with sales of more than 300,000.
"It's a fluid model which we're going to grow with, it's almost going back to the beginning like how we approached our first album The Fake Sound of Progress.
The band have come a long way since recording their first album, The Fake Sound of Progress, at Birmingham's Dep International Studios, which is set to be demolished as part of the city's Eastside redevelopment.
I guessed we were on to something big when we were doing our demo, the one which later became our debut album The Fake Sound of Progress. We knew something special was happening.'
Old favourites The Fake Sound of Progress and Shinobi Vs Dragon Ninja still sounded great, but the band knew to keep recent hits Last Train Home and Burn Burn to the very last moment.
The Lostprophets were immediately loud and the crowd were immediately in full voice for The Fake Sound of Progress. Oh, and the mosh-pit stewards immediately had their hands full.
Perhaps Lost Prophets are best placed - their anthemic debut album The Fake Sound of Progress was released in 2001, but incessant touring has raised their profile ever since, and the prospect of a sophomore release this year should see their songs gracing the higher echelons of the charts.
Material from their album, The Fake Sound Of Progress was prominent and the title track sums the band up - power chords, harmonies, the essential loud/soft nu-metal dynamic and the scratching that really sets The Lost Prophets apart from their contemporaries.
Kicking straight into The Fake Sound Of Progress, they went on to play a killer set, avoiding the albums subtler moments in favour of punishing machine rhythms and heavy detuned guitar.
Their debut album, The Fake Sound Of Progress, had excellent reviews - but was hampered by the fact that only about five copies were produced.
Signed to the Visible Noise label, the Cardiff-based outfit is set to release its debut album, The Fake Sound of Progress.