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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In episode 191 of The WebVideo/{{Oddity Archive}}, host and musician Ben Minotte mentions that one of The Fray's members nearly became the bass player for his backing band. [[note]] This would have likely been either Joe King, Dave Welsh or Dan Battenhouse, as they all performed bass guitar, and likely went to the same college, the University of Colorado-Denver, in 2004.[[/note]]

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In episode 191 of The the WebVideo/{{Oddity Archive}}, host and musician Ben Minotte mentions that one of The Fray's members nearly became the bass player for his backing band. [[note]] This would have likely been either Joe King, Dave Welsh or Dan Battenhouse, as they all performed bass guitar, and likely went to the same college, the University of Colorado-Denver, in 2004.[[/note]]


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In episode 191 of The WebVideo/{{Oddity Archive}}, host and musician Ben Minotte mentions that one of The Fray's members nearly became the bass player for his backing band. [[note]] This would have likely been either Joe King, Dave Welsh, Dan Battenhouse, as they were all able to perform bass guitar in 2004, as at the time, Ben had just started going attending the University of Colorado-Denver. [[/note]]

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In episode 191 of The WebVideo/{{Oddity Archive}}, host and musician Ben Minotte mentions that one of The Fray's members nearly became the bass player for his backing band. [[note]] This would have likely been either Joe King, Dave Welsh, Welsh or Dan Battenhouse, as they were all able to perform performed bass guitar in 2004, as at guitar, and likely went to the time, Ben had just started going attending same college, the University of Colorado-Denver. Colorado-Denver, in 2004.[[/note]]

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In episode 191 of The WebVideo/{{Oddity Archive}}, host and musician Ben Minotte mentions that one of The Fray's members nearly became the bass player for his backing band. [[note]] This would have likely been either Joe King, Dave Welsh, Dan Battenhouse, as they were all able to perform bass guitar in 2004, as at the time, Ben had just started going attending the University of Colorado-Denver. [[/note]]


* FirstInstallmentWins: ''How to Save a Life'' contains three of their biggest hits, the title track, "Look After You", and "Over My Head (Cable Car)". While their follow-up "The Fray" had another big hit "You Found Me" and the album topped the Billboard 200, it didn't prove to be as popular as the first in the long run.
* MemeticMutation: The music video to "How To Save A Life" was a viral hit on Youtube.

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* FirstInstallmentWins: ''How to Save a Life'' contains three of their biggest hits, the title track, "Look After You", and "Over My Head (Cable Car)". While their follow-up "The Fray" ''The Fray'' had another big hit "You Found Me" and the album topped the Billboard ''Billboard'' 200, it didn't prove to be as popular as the first in the long run.
* MemeticMutation: The music video to "How To Save A Life" was a viral hit on Youtube.[=YouTube=].


** No love for "Syndicate"? Or "Heartless"?

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** No love for "Syndicate"? Or "Heartless"?"Syndicate" and "Heartless".


** No love for "Syndicate" ?

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** No love for "Syndicate" ?"Syndicate"? Or "Heartless"?


* FirstInstallmentWins: ''How to Save a Life'' contains three of their biggest hits, the title track, "Look After You", and "Over My Head (Cable Car)".

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* FirstInstallmentWins: ''How to Save a Life'' contains three of their biggest hits, the title track, "Look After You", and "Over My Head (Cable Car)". While their follow-up "The Fray" had another big hit "You Found Me" and the album topped the Billboard 200, it didn't prove to be as popular as the first in the long run.


* CriticalDissonance: ''How to Save a Life'' gained mixed reviews from professional critics who thought it was too similar to fellow piano rock contemporaries Music/{{Keane}} and Music/{{Coldplay}}. However, listeners praised the album's honest, natural sound and it later became the best-selling digital album of all time.



* CriticalDissonance: ''How to Save a Life'' gained mixed reviews from professional critics who thought it was too similar to fellow piano rock contemporaries Music/{{Keane}} and Music/{{Coldplay}}. However, listeners praised the album's honest, natural sound and it later became the best-selling digital album of all time.
* EarWorm: "Over My Head (Cable Car)"


* PainfulRhyme: "Her back is now much '''heavier''' / I wish that I could '''carry her''' / But this is our '''ungodly hour''' / Ungodly hour..."

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* MemeticMutation: The music video to "How To Save A Life" was a viral hit on Youtube.


*** Or, [[GreysAnatomy Grey's Anatomy]].

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*** Or, [[GreysAnatomy Grey's Anatomy]].''Series/GreysAnatomy''.

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*** Or, [[GreysAnatomy Grey's Anatomy]].

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** No love for "Syndicate" ?

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