Stanley Climbfall

Album: Stanley Climbfall (2002)
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  • Lead singer Jason Wade: "We decided to call the album Stanley Climbfall because the phrase seems to sum up how this is an action record. It's about movement. The character of Stanley Climbfall represents 'stand, climb, fall.' And that, to me, is life. You're gonna be up, you're gonna be down, you're gonna be everywhere in between." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Patti - Mahopac, NY

Comments: 2

  • Hope from Florence, MtThis is a great song about life. It's good to listen to when you've had a bad day. I really like it. A LOT! Ha ha.
  • Aj from Uae, OtherGreat Song,outstanding guitar performance
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