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.
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Best CD yet| Posted August 27, 2007
this is Falling Up's best work yet!!!!(i haven't heard much from captiva though so this might change) i love just about every song on this cd. high points: broken heart, new hope generation, jacksonfive, places, and falling in love. i suggest you go out and buy this cd right now.
Crashings| Posted August 10, 2007
I love this album. Probably my favorite Falling Up CD they've done. This is something that's fun to dance to at their concerts. They have one rap song in it which features Jon Michah Sumrall from Kutless, Paul Wright, Ben Hubert, and Ryan Clark of Demon Hunter. The song that really jumped out at me was "Symmetry". This is an amazing album by an amazing band. buy this CD, and go see the band in concert.
Yes, a New Hope Generation| Posted July 17, 2007
This was their debut CD. Without hearing their sophomore CD, one would expect exactly what this CD brings. Falling Up brought a fresh sound, a new mix, and of course, some rough patches. But overall, Crashings isn't too shabby.
There are a lot of songs that stick out like "New Hope Generation" and "Symmetry." Falling Up presented a unique blend of rock, pop and rap. I felt that some songs were a bit awkward in beat, as melodies and rhythms changed within a song a bit strange. There were times where I got the feeling that they were trying to do a little too much that it was a bit overwhelming. And for that reason, I wouldn't recommend picking up this CD immediately if you have 25245234 other CDs on your to-get list. But if you have a few bucks to spare, Crashings would definately satisfy your appetite for a while.