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When I Go Out Fan Video - Five Iron Frenzy - The Rise And Fall Of Five Iron Frenzy (DVD)

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  1. The End is Near marks the end of this band's long career, but Five Iron Frenzy's message and music will echo in the hearts of fans for decades to come. Thanks guys for a great run. And thanks for putting forth what is arguably your best record yet and therefore going out with a bang. The End. - Review date: 7/8/03, written by John DiBiase.
  2. This 2 disc DVD collection features 15 years worth of footage, tracing the band to their humble beginnings, to their final show, and finally to current happenings with the members. Features music videos, live footage, short films, commentary and much more. This is a must have for any FIVE IRON FRENZY fan.
  3. Get Five Iron Frenzy tickets. See every Five Iron Frenzy concert and Five Iron Frenzy live stream. Check out Five Iron Frenzy tour schedule, live reviews, photos, and details.
  4. The first disc is the feature presentation, "The Rise and Fall of Five Iron Frenzy." It totals three hours and fifteen minutes and spans the band's entire career. It features interviews all throughout from all of Five Iron's bandmembers, including their original guitarist Scott Kerr, but excluding Reese Roper, who is actually the man behind the.
  5. For nine years, Denver, Colorado's Five Iron Frenzy walked a fuzzy line between a hard-working, heavy touring ska-punk band and a successful Christian mainstay. This DVD chronicles their journey from pre-inception to post-breakup in its three hours and 15 minutes of footage, photos, interviews and more. Yes, I did say three hours and 15 minutes.
  6. Five Iron Frenzy is an American band formed in Denver, Colorado, in Best known for playing ska punk music characterized by an offbeat sense of humor and prominent Christian themes, Five Iron was one of the pioneering figures of the Christian ska movement which emerged with ska's mainstream revival in the s. Since , the band's music has shifted away from ska to embrace stronger.
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  8. The OFFICIAL Five Iron Frenzy YouTube Account. We post things that we've been working on from time to time. If you're a fan of the band subscribe for the lat.
  9. In the crowd of such bands, Five Iron Frenzy, a ska punk outfit from Denver, became one of the few Christian bands to achieve modest appeal outside of their core religious fanbase in the late 90’s. It turns out all that was needed were some catchy, upbeat ska tunes and a .

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