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The Fray - The Fray This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.

By Jillian, East Grand Rapids, MI

The Fray's self-titled album is a fantastic blend of pop and rock music that grabs listeners and throws them into a whirlwind of rock tempos and deep lyrics.

When I first picked it up, I felt like putting it back. The cover art had a dark feel. But after I put it in my car stereo, my opinion changed. Within the first 30 seconds of the song “Syndicate,” my foot was tapping and my fingers itching to turn up the volume.

All these songs have a lot of meaning to them. After ­listening to “Happiness,” I paused it for a few minutes and thought about what it meant. I had a similar reaction to “You Found Me.” These songs have several hidden messages. Some could incorporate them with their religion and others may relate them to a relationship.

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