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Made in Canada: The 1998 - 2010 Collection [edit]
by Thousand Foot Krutch | Genre: Pop/Rock | Release Date: October 15, 2013

For those who’ve been following the Ontario-bred players since their formation in 1998, it’s been a continuously escalating highlight reel that includes best-selling albums, four top 25 Active Rock hits (including the top 20 smash “Fire It Up”), plus a slew of soundtrack slots. In fact, the group has literally infiltrated every facet of pop culture, from ongoing ESPN appearances, to various NASCAR, MLB, NHL and NFL airings (including the 2010 Super Bowl), along with the “GI Joe” movie trailer, WGN-TV’s “Smallville” and EA Sports’ “NHL 2010” video game.

The first hits collection for Thousand Foot Krutch (TFK), Made In Canada: The 1998-2010 Collection, features 12 hit songs, plus 2 new songs never heard before. With nearly 1 million albums sold across their 15 year career, TFK continues to reach new fans every year.

Track Listing
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01. Phenomenom
02. Move
03. Fire It Up
04. Rawkfist
05. This Is a Call
06. Falls Apart
07. What Do We Know
08. The Flame In All Of Us
09. Bring Me To Life
10. Breathe You In
11. Last Words
12. Welcome To The Masquerade
13. Searchlight
14. Complicate You

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A Collector Item | Posted October 22, 2013
In a interview ofor HM Magazine, Trevor said: "This was a “greatest hits” type of release our former label wanted to pursue. We assisted them in that, but tried our best to make sure it didn’t interfere with the other new material or releases we as TFK independently were releasing or working on. These are both songs that were written during the last two albums that we loved, but didn’t quite fit the body of each record. We thought it was only fitting to record them and include them in this compilation.
They are not an indication of what the new album will sound like (or a window into what’s next). They’re a fun new addition to the records we made during this time. They’re both a little step outside the box for TFK as well, so we thought it would be fun to share them. "
 I've been following Thousand Foot Krutch since Welcome to The Masquerade, and since then I seen them evolve until today. This album is a really good example of that change. Phenomenom, Move, Fire It Up, Rawkfist, This is a Call, Falls Apart, What Do We Know, The Flame in All of Us, Bring Me to Life, Breathe You In, Last Words, Welcome to the Masquerade shows how they have been evolving as a band, this songs are well know and that's why I said this is a Collect Item for all  TFK's fans and for the first time listener, it's a great way to get to know TFK in all angles.
On the other hand, we have  Searchlight, and Complicate You. Each one of them are different. Searchlight shows the great voice and the usual capacity of Trevor  to transmite the feeling. Complicate You is as they say, different to TFK's style in the last album, but is nice to see they haven't been stuck in just one kind of music. I love the new songs and I'm with the expectative of the new coming soon.

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