YMMV / Funeral for a Friend

  • Dork Age - Arguably, Tales Don't Tell Themselves and Memory & Humanity.
  • Epic Riff - "Roses For The Dead", "Recovery", "Serpents in Solitude", and "Spinning Over The Island".
  • First Installment Wins - Casually Dressed & Deep in Conversation remains their most critically acclaimed and popular album.
    • There are also a number of people who believe that their first or second EP is this trope, due to considering the band to have sold out by removing the screaming on the rerecorded Juno.
    • Some fans now consider "Conduit" to be their best release. It's certainly their darkest and heaviest release.
  • Narm - "Sonny", Oh god how Matt over-sings here.
    • He does the same thing on "Drive", especially when it sounds like he's chewing the microphone.
      • And on Faster, during the line 'when there's nowhere left to run.'
        • His more recent stuff live where he starts shouting a lyric randomly, not screaming it, but just shouting it for some reason.
  • Older Than They Think: This Letter, an acoustic song recorded during the Hours sessions, is commonly held to show how they went softer for that album. In 2013, it was revealed that they recorded an earlier version during the sessions for their first EP Between Order And Model. At this time the song was called "Grand Central Station". They didn't release it originally because it wasn't representative of their sound. It was a slap in the face to people who thought the band was just heavy during that EP's period.