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** In fact, ''Between the Stars'' is this in sound compared to their previous albums, featuring a more straight AlternativeRock and Pop Rock sound, as opposed to the Alternative Metal and Post-Grunge of those albums.



* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Usually about a 6, but they've done everything from 2 to light 8.

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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Usually about a 6, 6 for their first three albums, and usually around a 4 for ''Between the Stars,'' but they've done everything from 2 to light 8.

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* PopPunk: ''Between the Stars'' has moments of this. Songs like "Magnetic" and "Sober Serenade" wouldn't sound out of place on Music/{{Paramore}}'s ''Riot'' or ''Brand New Eyes''.


* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Varies wildly. They've covered everything from 2 to 7 over the course of just two albums.

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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Varies wildly. They've covered Usually about a 6, but they've done everything from 2 to 7 over the course of just two albums.light 8.

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The band is currently inactive, having gone quiet since the departure of Kristen May in 2016.


Flyleaf is a {{Post-Grunge}} / AlternativeMetal band from Texas formed by Lacey Sturm ([[TheMaidenNameDebate formerly Mosley]]), lead guitarist Sameer Bhattacharya, rhythm guitarist Jared Hartmann, bassist Pat Seals, and drummer James Culpepper. They are notable for their Christian faith, although their music is [[NotChristianRock not explicitly labeled Christian]].

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Flyleaf is a {{Post-Grunge}} / AlternativeMetal PostGrunge[=/=]AlternativeMetal band from Texas formed by Lacey Sturm ([[TheMaidenNameDebate formerly Mosley]]), lead guitarist Sameer Bhattacharya, rhythm guitarist Jared Hartmann, bassist Pat Seals, and drummer James Culpepper. They are notable for their Christian faith, although their music is [[NotChristianRock not explicitly labeled Christian]].


* RockBand: "I'm So Sick" is one of the 13 bonus songs in the original game, which is probably the first place many tropers heard of them.


* ShoutOut: In "Cage on the Ground": "[[Music/PinkFloyd Welcome To]] [[Music/WishYouWereHere The Machine]], it's a currency generator, and then it's a guillotine..."

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* ShoutOut: In "Cage on the Ground": "[[Music/PinkFloyd Welcome To]] to]] [[Music/WishYouWereHere The the Machine]], it's a currency generator, and then it's a guillotine..."


* ''New Horizons'': Their third album, released in October of 2012. One week prior to its release, the band issued a statement saying that Lacey was leaving the band to focus on her motherhood. The split appears to have been amicable, and Sturm has been replaced by former Vedera singer Kristen May.
* ''Between the Stars'': Their fourth and most recent album, released in September of 2014. It is the first to feature the new singer and be funded through the online direct-to-fan platform PledgeMusic.

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* ''New Horizons'': Their third album, released in October of 2012. One week prior to its release, the band issued a statement saying that Lacey was leaving the band to focus on her motherhood. The split appears to have been amicable, and Sturm has been replaced by former Vedera singer Kristen May.
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* ''Between the Stars'': Their fourth and most recent album, released in September of 2014. It is the first only album to feature the new singer Kristen May and be funded through the online direct-to-fan platform PledgeMusic.


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** For most of Kristen's run, she shared the spotlight more evenly with the rest of the band.


The band has released three albums so far:

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The band has released three four albums so far:



* ''New Horizons'': The most recent album, released in October of 2012. One week prior to its release, the band issued a statement saying that Lacey was leaving the band to focus on her motherhood. The split appears to have been amicable, and Sturm has been replaced by former Vedera singer Kristen May.

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* ''New Horizons'': The most recent Their third album, released in October of 2012. One week prior to its release, the band issued a statement saying that Lacey was leaving the band to focus on her motherhood. The split appears to have been amicable, and Sturm has been replaced by former Vedera singer Kristen May.
* ''Between the Stars'': Their fourth and most recent album, released in September of 2014. It is the first to feature the new singer and be funded through the online direct-to-fan platform PledgeMusic.


** They pretty much gave up on arguing after the second album's release, though. They're also in a ChristianRock game, "Guitar Praise" (which is an obvious copy of GuitarHero), despite not being a Christian Rock band.

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** They pretty much gave up on arguing after the second album's release, though. They're also in a ChristianRock game, "Guitar Praise" (which is an obvious copy of GuitarHero), ''VideoGame/GuitarHero''), despite not being a Christian Rock band.


* ShoutOut: In "Cage on the Ground":
->"[[Music/{{PinkFloyd}} Welcome To The Machine]], it's a currency generator, and then it's a guillotine..."

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* ShoutOut: In "Cage on the Ground":
->"[[Music/{{PinkFloyd}}
Ground": "[[Music/PinkFloyd Welcome To To]] [[Music/WishYouWereHere The Machine]], it's a currency generator, and then it's a guillotine..."


* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: The version of "Tiny Heart" that ended up on ''Memento Mori'' compared to the original demo. Surprisingly, this trope hasn't been seen too terribly much in response to the replacement of the lead vocalist.

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*TheyChangedItNowItSucks: The version of "Tiny Heart" that ended up on ''Memento Mori'' compared to the original demo. Surprisingly, this trope hasn't been seen too terribly much in response to the replacement of the lead vocalist.


* TheCoverChangesTheMeaning: "[[TheNightmareBeforeChristmas What's This?]]" [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C26KKL8uMu0 used to be so...happy.]]

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* TheCoverChangesTheMeaning: "[[TheNightmareBeforeChristmas "[[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas What's This?]]" [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C26KKL8uMu0 used to be so...happy.]]

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* ShoutOut: In "Cage on the Ground":
->"[[Music/{{PinkFloyd}} Welcome To The Machine]], it's a currency generator, and then it's a guillotine..."

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