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Артист: Poets Of The Fall Название: Discography Жанр: Rock Год выхода: 2004-2006 О музыке: Poets of the Fall is a rock band formed in 2003 in Helsinki, Finland composed of singer Marko Saaresto
, guitarist Olli Tukiainen ("Ollie"
and keyboard-player Markus Kaarlonen ("Captain"
. They gained their first fame by recording a title theme of Max Payne 2, Late Goodbye. In June 2004 it was later released as a single and followed by
Lift in September, which made the big hit. Their first album, Signs of Life was released in January 2005 and immediately went to the number one on
Top40 list and spent there for more than a year. Their sophomore record Carnival of Rust was released in April 2006, preceded by a title track single,
Carnival Of Rust, in March and bringing another hit. The next singles are Sorry Go 'Round and Locking Up the Sun. Both albums have reached
platinum status in Finland.
The name, Poets of the Fall, comes from the idea that two opposites form a whole, ie. there isn't one without the other. "Poets" here represent
the positive side and "the Fall" the negative. Of course, when you join these two concepts, the "Poets" starts to sound just a tad mischievious as
well... depends, of course, on how you perceive "the Fall". You might see it as a beautiful crisp season and the "Poets" are its insightful
Among many others, the trio has received the following awards:
* Best Finnish Act at MTV Europe Music Awards 2006
* Best Finnish Music Video of all time in TV2's Musiikki-TV; two bronze Muuvi Awards and Best Music Video of 2006 at The Voice (video Carnival of
* Two Emma Awards (the Finnish Grammys) in 2005 - the best debut album and the best new act
* Best Finnish band at the NRJ Radio Awards 2006
* Commercial Radio Stations' Newcomer of the Year Award in 2005
Late Goodbye (Radio Edit)
Late Goodbye (Unplugged)
Late Goodbye (Piano Instrumental)
Late Goodbye is a song by the Finnish rock band Poets of the Fall that appears in the 2003 video game Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne as well as on
the band's award-winning debut album Signs of Life which was released in Finland in 2005. It was also the first single released from the album
and reached rank 14 in the official Finnish single charts as well as rank 1 on Radio Suomipop's Top 30 chart.
The song Late Goodbye is based on a poem written by Sam Lake (written about a dream he had), writer for the Max Payne series of games.
Signs of Life
Late Goodbye (Theme From Max Payne 2)
Don't Mess With Me
Seek You Out
Illusion and Dream
Signs of Life is the debut album by the Finnish rock band Poets of the Fall. It was released in Finland on January 19, 2005 and went straight to the
top of the Finnish charts.It was certified gold on May 24, 2005, platinum on April 26, 2006 and stayed in the Finnish Album Top 40 for more than one
year(56 weeks).The album has been released on the iTunes Music Shop in Finland, Norway, Denmark and Sweden in August 2005 and went straight to the top
of the Finnish iTunes Top Songs list.It was also released in New Zealand and South Africa.
The booklet contains song lyrics as well as the special code to "elusive bogus" features on the band's official website, which include a remix of
the song Lift and several wallpapers based on booklet artworks and the Lift video.
Carnival Of Rust
Sorry Go 'Round
Carnival of Rust
Locking Up the Sun
King of Fools
All the Way / 4U
Maybe Tomorrow Is a Better Day (Remastered)
Carnival of Rust is the second album by the Finnish rock band Poets of the Fall. It was released on April 12, 2006 in Finland, September 12, 2006 in
Sweden, October 2006 in Australia, Russia and Ukraine, then on April 20, 2007 in Germany. The album went straight to the top of the Finnish Top40
album chart and stayed inside the Top40 for 26 weeks. It was certified gold in Finland on May 24, 2006and platinum on December 11, 2006. On December
17, 2006 it was announced that the album is featured in Helsingin Sanomat's "Best albums of 2006" article.