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Poets of the Fall

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Biography

Poets of the Fall is a rock band formed in 2003 in Helsinki, Finland composed of singer Marko Saaresto ("Mark"), guitarist Olli Tukiainen ("Ollie") and keyboardist Markus Kaarlonen ("Captain"). They gained their first fame by recording the title theme of Max Payne 2, Late Goodbye. In June 2004 it was later released as a single and followed by Lift in September, which turned out to be a big hit. Their first album, Signs of Life was released in January 2005 and immediately went to number one on the Finnish Top40 list and remained on the chart for over a year. Their sophomore record Carnival of Rust was released in April 2006, preceded by a title track single, Carnival of Rust in March and providing another hit. The next singles were Sorry Go 'Round and Locking Up the Sun. Both albums have reached platinum status in Finland.

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Top Songs

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  1.  
    Lyrics
    To breathe the name
    Of your savior
    In your hour of need
    And taste the blame,
    If the flavor should remind you of greed
    Carnival of Rust  -  1,950,577 plays
  2.  
    Lyrics
    In our headlights
    Staring, bleak
    Beer cans
    Deer's eyes
    On the asphalt
    Late Goodbye  -  924,978 plays
  3.  
    Lyrics
    Hear your heartbeat
    Beat a frantic pace
    And it's not even seven AM
    You're feeling the rush of anguish settling
    You cannot help showing them in
    Sleep  -  974,875 plays
  4.  
    Lyrics
    Times when I just can't
    Bring myself to say it loud
    Afraid that what I'll say comes out somehow awry
    That is when it seems
    We move in circles day to day
    Lift  -  741,991 plays
  5.  
    Lyrics
    I've walked the distance, I paid my dues and tried to have a go at what I thought I knew was real, held
    No appeal
    I've been to places, I've seen the tidings,
    I bought a book of rules for every coin that I could steal
    And so I came to gaze upon the stars, when they were yet unborn
    Roses  -  695,811 plays
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