"We've heard it enough!!!!! "I want your never-released songs 'Color of Water' and 'Master of Disguise!!!!'" Well, you finally have a chance to own some extremely rare demos from FF5 lore. A limited number of Junk in the Trunk EP's will be available for purchase (in physical and digital formats) through a website called Pledge Music. Along with the EP, this site will also offer amazing opportunities to have access to exclusive FF5 video chats, a VIP store, and behind-the-scenes info!
Just to be clear. You canNOT buy the EP off of our merch store. It is exclusively on Pledge Music. But it is okay, you get access to way cooler things by buying it there instead."
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PARTY| Posted April 25, 2012
As a long time die-hard Family Force 5 fan this album was just incredible, 5 tracks 2 of which we've come to love and the other 3 un-released tracks we have come to crave as downloads! First off the 2, when I first heard "Kountry Gentlemen" and "Numb" were on here I was wondering "Why?" but when I heard them I instantly saw the goodness in them. Sure we had heard them but as a lover of FF5's style I enjoyed getting to hear these two tracks in original form. Now for the other 3, it was awesome seeing "Master of Disguise" and "Color of Water" released as buyable tracks and it culminated with the first time ever release of "Gold" an awesome worship song! I highly recommend the Junk in the Trunk ep for any fan of Family Force 5!
A Worthwhile EP| Posted March 13, 2012
This is what Family Force 5 was back then, during the Gotee Records days. And for the first time, they release 5 (coincidence, much?) tracks that were extremely hard to find, and they released it off their record label III Entertainment, and sold it ONLY during their Junk in the Trunk promotion. We kick it off with two "BUF/PITB" demos of "Kountry Gentleman" and "Numb", and they sound extremely similar to the main tracks (except for "Kountry Gentleman", it's lyrics are set up differently). Then two more tracks, one from a previous EP ("Color of Water") and one that wasn't even on a CD ("Master of Disguise"). Finally, we have "Gold", a rare song that's mostly played at shows, which is an acoustic take on the band's sound, and this is personally my favorite. Normally I would whine, saying, "there's more songs they haven't released to the public, and blah blah blah", but for now this will hold me off.