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Crashings [edit]
by Falling Up | Genre: Pop/Rock | Release Date: February 24, 2004

Crashings is an album by Christian rock band Falling Up. It generally has a heavy rock sound; however, during songs like "Jacksonfive" and "Falling In Love", it draws upon hip hop and soft piano (respectively). "Broken Heart", "Escalates", and "Bittersweet" were released as singles, and all three hit #1 on the Christian rock charts.

Produced by Aaron Sprinkle (Kutless, Anberlin), Falling Up Describes their sound as 'pash rock,? the group combines their influences of rock, hip-hop & R&B. Combining the intensity of modern rock with all the emotion involved in traditional praise and worship, Falling Up is here to prove their radical style is not a fleeting attempt at sticking to a trend, but a true declaration of the passion they hold for their ministry. Crashings features guest vocals from Jon Micah Sumrall from Kutless, Paul Wright and Ryan Clark of Demon Hunter.

Track Listing
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01. Bittersweet
02. Symmetry
03. Broken Heart
04. Escalates
05. New Hope Generation
06. The Gathering
07. Jackson Five
08. Divinity
09. Places
10. Falling In Love
11. Ambience
12. Arafax Deep

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Nathan (188)

This Album takes no falls! | Posted August 06, 2007
Falling Up's beginning CD, Crashing, is an impressive rock album that is a sign of what's to come for the band. The music is alternative rock which offers a great style. The only draw back is there is not enough originality between all 12 tracks, but there are more than a few songs that stick out.

The intro the first song (bittersweet) is only the beginning of a great song and CD. Falling Up doesn't touch hard Rock, but does slow down on a couple of tracks. New Hope Generation" is one of the "stand out" songs, as is the awesome sounding, broken heart.

Unlike future CD's, Falling Up messages are more straight forward. It's a great start, but the Album could have used more diversity.

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Crashings | Posted September 13, 2009
This band is really good. I love this cd too. My favorite song is bittersweet. I also like Broken heart, New hope generation, and Ambience. this is one of the first christian rock cds i owned, i think the third one. I love it from the beginning, and i still do. So i would recommend this to anyone.

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eah92 (49)

WOW | Posted June 17, 2009
This band is extremely talented. They have so many great songs out there and are sure to come out with more. Falling Up has a unique sound are the songs are inspiring. Falling in Love is a great song, among many others.

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Sonic Energy | Posted October 19, 2008
This is honestly one of the best debut cd I've ever heard! You don't have to wonder why Tooth & Nail signed them. Falling Up has a sonic energy that comes through on every song and Jessy Ribordy is an awesome lead singer!!!!!!!!

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IT"S A HIT!!! | Posted September 09, 2008
falling up's first cd is awesome! i love the music, the lyrics, and everything about it! God bless them as they continue to shine !!!!! ROCK ON!!!~~~~~~~

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djgreen (15)

Incredible! | Posted May 28, 2008
Falling Up is my favorite artist and it all started with this album. Crashings is a great debut and has a ton of great songs. There is only one song I don't completely love, and there are also some really incredible songs, including "Escalates", Bittersweet, and the most played Christian rock single of 2004 "Broken Heart". A great album, must buy.

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username2 (378)

A Really Good Debut | Posted May 26, 2008
Even though Falling Up's debut album is not up to par from their later releases, this debut has a fun, light-hearted nu-metal sound with catchy lyrics and beats. In just under 40 minutes you will become familiar with any of the old school Falling Up songs from this album.

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irocketh (88)

Great relese | Posted March 24, 2008
This isn't as bad as you think it would be. The last four tracks are the best on the album. Jackson Five is the most random track ever.

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RossMan (134)

niice | Posted March 10, 2008
love it this is my second favorite album by these guys i love places and bittersweet

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Phil413 (45)

Crashings | Posted February 11, 2008
Great debut. I loved this album and it's probably still my favorite Falling Up CD. It has great song after great song with the only exception being Jacksonfive.

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