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Faulter

Despite some fashionable punk-pop and emo trappings, Southern California quintet Faulter is at heart an unapologetic pop band with clear mainstream aspirations, like some kind of chart-bound cross between Jimmy Eat World and the Killers, or perhaps a Duran Duran for the Hot Topic generation. Formed in Orange County in 2003 by high school friends Andy Carpenter (vocals, guitar), Jonathan Carpenter (keyboards, guitar), Mike Levindofske (guitar, vocals), Jarred Dooley (bass), and Richard Boutwell (drums), Faulter got an early hand up through a friend of the Carpenter family. Producer Jon Saint James was a fixture on the Los Angeles new wave scene of the early '80s, engineering punk and death rock records by the likes of the Minutemen and Christian Death on one hand and discovering synthed-out dance acts like Berlin and Stacey Q on the other. Becoming Faulter's manager as well as their producer, Saint James groomed the young band, openly supplanting their lack of studio polish with studio musicians Josh Freese (drums) and Jason Freese (keyboards), who had between them previously worked with Nine Inch Nails, Green Day, and the Goo Goo Dolls. Completing their debut album, The Darling Buds of May, at Saint James' studio, the band self-released a limited-edition version as a combination demo and calling card for other labels. Abacus Records, a primarily metalcore label distributed by EMI through their Caroline imprint, signed Faulter in 2006 and reissued The Darling Buds of May with new artwork in September of that year. ~ Stewart Mason
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Boring, sounds like a hundred other whining 'emo' bands which are all annoying
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I finally was able to get the CD again. Found it through a Japanese vendor. Been blasting it in my truck.
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I liked these guys a lot in high school and then honestly forgot about them. I love all of their songs and am happy I rediscovered them. I have been trying to find a copy of their CD online, but can not find one.
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went to high school with Mike's younger brother. I discovered this band my freshman year in HS and have loved them every since, kept in touch with them through high school but since then not really still love their music.
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clayd1
Okay, seriously? The bio above clearly states that this band is made up of people who could not play instruments well enough to make a marketable product, but their producer bandaged up the situation with session musicians. WHY!?!?
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bert.certain
Ha! Nirvana, MCR, and Faulter. Three completely dissimilar bands.
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nik_dangr
Another Nivana clone. How exciting. Or are they My Chemical Romance in disguise?
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nadia_keren
i like them (( me gustan)) :)
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apparantly they have the same sound as the Maine because they popped up on my the Maine station....
They are pretty good....
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shleyshellba b e
I had never heard of them, but really enjoyed the song October 16th. Planning on listening to more of them.
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i like the bands sound
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i like them, and they are so hot!
i like the melodies. fairly original, which is hard to come by these days. xoxo
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haha they popped up on my Hush Sound station.... theyre pretty good. wish they were a little more creative and unique, but for what they are theyre good. but the more i listen to them the more i like them...
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inmissbronte s a t t i c
I had never heard these guys before they popped up on my Lifehouse station, (go figure!) but they're pretty good and I really like their song October 16th.
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krme0501
I came across these guys because they were compared to The Starting Line, but I also think they sound really similar to Jimmy Eat Word. Nice style.

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