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Making Moves

(From Autumn To Ashes, Engine Down)

Vagrant 416

Released on September 27, 2005

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Biology is the side project of From Autumn To Ashes drummer and vocalist Francis Mark. Also enlisted is fellow FATA member Josh Newton and Engine Down member Cornbread Compton. Biology was created by Mark after he started penning songs in his basement studio during some downtime from FATA. The songs are more mellow and introspective than anything he’s every written before. They bring together a straight-ahead rock vibe and pop sensibility.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Programming The Populous Voted #2  25%
2 Sophisdecay Voted #1  42%
3 The Measure Of My Worth  0%
4 Opinions Are Like Addictions Voted #3  17%
5 Public Art  0%
6 Arbitrary Stimulation  0%
7 New English  8%
8 Born Again Virgins  0%
9 Employment  0%
10 When Future History Became Current History  8%
11 Damaged Goods  0%
Come back on or after Tuesday, September 27 to vote for your favorite songs

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Daniel from Salinas, CA 
Nov 4 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this cd is pretty good a few tracks on here are worth listening to over,but i wasnt sure about how good the cd was over all,i think fran does a better job when he sings his solo songs on Abandon You Friends,but over all i give it a three, bye!!!

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Pontus from Linköping, Sweden 
Oct 17 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is one of the best records I have bought this year. The music is brilliant and with the lyrics it is something special. The lyrics is beautiful and realy thoughtful and it is something great to hear Francis Marks voice sing this kind of songs. First I was sceptical that he would do a solo album but now when I know how it turned out, I think he made a great decision, it turned out fantastic.

The records is one of those records that you play from the first to the last track whitout any interruption. After I heard it for the first time I know it was great and that it had strong and thoughtful lyrics that makes your ears want more. And after a few more hours I know that this is a album I will enjoy for a realy long time . It’s hard to explain the music but it’s smart, smooth and slow. The gittars has a great sound for this kind of songs, it realy flows and the drums has a realy good sound that fits perfect in the environment thats created on the record. I think that the lyrics had felt strange if the music had sounded diffrent, with this music the lyrics comes through in a wonderful way, lyrics and music is a perfect match. Francis Mark has made a intelegent and brilliant album that takes you on a sweet journey through the great art of music.

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Tim from Milton, ON Canada 
Jun 11 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This cd is Fran Mark expressing himself in different ways then he could in FATA, and just like Fran Mark this CD is introspective, intelligent, panicky, but most of all scrawny and weak. For the most part of the CD I was hoping that Ben Perri would explode onto the scene and bring some life and some strength into these songs. Don't get me wrong some of this CD works really well, I do love Fran's voice and the music is solid. It just feels like a half-handed attempt at making a statement that has already been made a million times already.

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Mike from Oakbrook, IL 
Dec 20 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I saw him pull this off while opening for his other band From Autumn to Ashes. He was so out of breath and tired. Anyway, it has a totally different sound. I have always liked his voice so I don't mind teh slowness of it. For die hards...and I am.

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