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Floating Action

Started by Fully, Jan 19, 2012, 06:09 pm

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searchinbig


Wow I really love love love this new record. Can't wait to hear it on vinyl.

So I only got on the bus with FA for the last three records. I like the new one, Heartache Essentials, the best so far.

Does any serious FA fan know Seth's complete discography? Would much appreciate any info on that.
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Mr. White

Quote from: searchinbig on Jul 14, 2018, 09:16 am

Wow I really love love love this new record. Can't wait to hear it on vinyl.

So I only got on the bus with FA for the last three records. I like the new one, Heartache Essentials, the best so far.

Does any serious FA fan know Seth's complete discography? Would much appreciate any info on that.


Here's Floating Action on Bandcamp. Some of the albums are only available for order on CD or Vinyl. Some are available for download too. At least one is sold out in any format. I just noticed a live show from 2015 is available that I'll probably buy.

https://floatingactionlive.bandcamp.com/music
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Osistheones

https://www.discogs.com/artist/1577140-Floating-Action

Fake Blood and Desert Etiquette are probably my favorites, but the new one is great for sure.

searchinbig

Hey thanks you guys. Going to have to look into getting those earlier releases.
"Somewhere out there is a land that's cool, where peace and balance are the rule."

Osistheones

New tune, features Jim apparently



jttouch2

Listening now and really digging it, this man consistently pumps out great albums

Osistheones

Vinyl preorder comes with instant download

Osistheones

I love how he absolutely nails the Richard Swift aesthetic on the song named after him.

evilurges86

Floating action is a local band in my city. I love seeing them play, although the front man is kind of weird-- sometimes a little rude. The last show I saw him at, he just walked off the stage at the end of what was his last song for the night  :huh: . It was very unsettling. But, the band makes great music and I really enjoy the lyrics to his songs. Jim came here last month, He had Seth on stage with him. I thought that was pretty cool.
"Music was my refuge. I could crawl into the space between the notes and curl my back to loneliness"