Fast Forward Eats the Tape

Infobox Album |
Name = Fast Forward Eats the Tape
Type = Album
Artist = Belvedere

Released = 2004
Recorded = Fall 2003?
At the Sundae Sound Studios, Canada
Genre = Melodic hardcore
Length = 40:56
Label = Union Label Group
Producer = Blaire Calibaba and Belvedere
Reviews = *Allmusic Rating|4.5|5 [ link]
* Rating|3.5|5 [ link]
*Sputnikmusik Rating|4.2|5 [ link]
Last album = "'Twas Hell Said Former Child"
This album = "Fast Forward Eats the Tape"
Next album =
Misc = Singles
Name = Fast Forward Eats the Tape
Type = studio
single 1 = Closed Doors
single 2 = Slaves to the Pavement
single 3 = Elementally Regarded

"Fast Forward Eats the Tape" is the fourth and last album by melodic hardcore band Belvedere, from Canada.
Beside 'Twas Hell Said Former Child it was their most successful recording and became one of the reference CDs for the genre. The album contains two re-recorded songs from their previous album, " 'Twas Hell Said Former Child". The pieces are "Two Minutes for Looking So Good" and "Brandy Wine".After an extensive touring during 2004 and 2005, Belvedere decided to disband.


*01. Subhuman Nature (2'18)
*02. Three's a Crowd (2'46)
*03. Closed Doors (3'20)
*04. Unplugged (2'27)
*05. Quicksand (2'30)
*06. Two Minutes for Looking So Good (2'43)
*07. All About Perspectives (3'02)
*08. Elementally Regarded (1'21)
*09. Brandy Wine (2'52)
*10. Stain (3'16)
*11. Slaves to the Pavement (2'59)
*12. Early Retirement (1'24)
*13. Popular Inquiries into Everyday Disasters (3'12)
*14. Bad Decisions (2'30)
*15. Anesthetic (4'08)


*Steve Rawles (Vocals, rythm guitar)
*Scott Marshall (Lead guitar)
*Jason Sinclair (Bass)
*Graham Churchill (Drums)

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