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  1. The best way to classify October Fall's music is as power piano pop. Their best songs are the ones where the piano (not a synth-type sound) drives the melody (Hey, Hey; Second Chances; Caught In The Rain). On the whole this is a pretty good album, but lacks the caustic lyrics of their previous efforts/5(6).
  2. Watch the video for Hey Hey from October Fall's A Season in Hell for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  3. Hey Hey This song is by October Fall and appears on the album A Season In Hell (). Hey hey look kid You came around again Didn't think we'd see you, with how things ended back then Hey hey old friend I think it's been too long Grab the guitar, let's sit around, play our favorite song Our bodies breathe of the city street lights Lets set our watches, because tonight's.
  4. A Season in Hell Album & Lyrics October Fall CD 1; 1 Second Chances; 2 Caught in the Rain; 3 Keep Dreaming Upside Down; 4 Walking; 5 It Was Summer (Baby Steps) 6 Tongue Tied; 7 Hey Hey; 8 Here We Go From the Top; 9 Keep It Comin'; 10 A Part of Me; .
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for A Season in Hell - October Fall on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for A Season in Hell - October Fall on AllMusic - Hey Hey. Pat D'Andrea / Clark Harrison. October Fall.
  6. A Season in Hell October Fall. Hey Hey Lyrics. 8. Here We Go From The Top Lyrics. 9. Keep It Comin Album Credits. Featuring Hayley Williams.
  7. Season in Hell (Fire Suite) See the writting on the wall Ivory tower's bound to fall Voices whisper in the wind I can hear them calling Love is a fire, burning And I want to burn Darkest hour before the dawn Times we know will soon be gone Flames of freedom fill the air I can hear them calling Love is a fire, burning And I want to burn Love is a fire, burning And I want to burn.
  8. The band's first album, Tender Years, becomes a major hit, but recording their next album, A Season in Hell, turns out to be a nightmare. Inspired by the bleak, fatalistic poetry of Arthur Rimbaud, Eddie pushes his bandmates beyond their limits, musically and personally. Eddie wants to be great, but bassist Sal replies, "We ain't great.

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