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Scars & Stories (Deluxe Version)


Download links and information about Scars & Stories (Deluxe Version) by The Fray. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:04:59 minutes.

Artist: The Fray
Release date: 2012
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:04:59
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No. Title Length
1. Heartbeat 3:40
2. The Fighter 4:20
3. Turn Me On 3:02
4. Run for Your Life 3:58
5. The Wind 4:14
6. 1961 3:54
7. I Can Barely Say 4:20
8. Munich 3:57
9. Here We Are 3:31
10. 48 to Go 3:22
11. Rainy Zurich 3:48
12. Be Still 2:49
13. Maps (Bonus Track) 3:18
14. Ready or Not (Bonus Track) 3:50
15. Why (Bonus Track) 4:00
16. Boulder to Birmingham (feat. Emmylou Harris) [Bonus Track] 5:07
17. Streets of Philadelphia (Bonus Track) 3:49



On its third album, The Fray journeys across physical and emotional landscapes as it fortifies its music with a bolder production approach. Producer Brendan O’Brien pushes The Fray toward a more muscular, aggressive sound while retaining the graceful piano interludes that defined the band’s earlier work. Lead singer Isaac Slade continues to project a heroic (if tormented) presence in defiantly idealistic numbers like “Heartbeat,” “Here We Are," and “The Fighter.” He takes on a seafarer's spirit in “The Wind” and delivers a compelling romantic vignette in “Rainy Zurich.” The band’s underlying Christian faith is expressed most clearly in the stately, hymn-like “Be Still.” At its best, The Fray has the power to disarm the most cynical listener with a heartfelt ballad—it does that here in “I Can Barely Say,” a falsetto-tinged confession of need draped with dramatic orchestration. Big in sound and ambitious in scope, Scars & Stories aims for a wide audience but doesn’t lose its humanity in the process.