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  • Audio CD (11 May 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Roadrunner
  • ASIN: B000228EPO
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 53,169 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen  1. Falling To Pieces 3:21£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. Come Again 3:48£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. So Far So Good 3:21£0.79  Buy MP3 
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Listen  8. Bright Side 3:16£0.79  Buy MP3 
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Listen10. Found Another Way 3:08£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen11. All Comes Out In The Wash 3:42£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen12. The Lies That I Believe 6:01£0.79  Buy MP3 

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By "arfarfa" on 31 May 2004
Format: Audio CD
If you loved Big Wreck, you can't go past this. When I first heard "So far so good" on [...] I had to get the cd. On first listen I picked out a few favourites and let the rest grow on me... and grow it has! So far "Come Again" and "Easy Comes" are wearing my ears out. If you want kick arse rock, cool lyrics and that satisfying ringing in your ears after musical healing then this band is for you! Do yourself a favour and order it now!
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Sr Harrison on 2 Jan. 2005
Format: Audio CD
Thornley are the vocals of Soundgarden,the power of Anthrax,and the melody of nickelback all rolled into one.
Each song has a strong melody and thick riffs leading you from hook to hook.
If i was to have any bad points about this album it would be thats there little in the way of climax to there songs as there so stripped down they show there colours quite eirly on.This isn't a problem really as the melodies will go round in your head forever and never tire.
Excellent work and I seriously hope they do well in the future to reqrd them for all there good work
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Thornley - kicks ass and rocks hard!!! (as did Big Wreck) 15 May 2004
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I've been a fan of Big Wreck since the days of "That Song". I think everyone was hooked at that point. Anyway, when I saw them in 2001 at Roy Thomson Hall performing with an orchestra - yep that's what I said, an orchestra! At first I thought, hmmm it's probably some sort of unplugged thing and I was't overly sold on the whole idea; but I wanted to see Big Wreck. Let's just say, I was floored when they started playing. It was an amazing, totally kick-ass night. Now no one can say I haven't been to the orchestra - haha. Ok, so I'm off track here...simply put, Ian Thornley is one amazing, gifted Canadian guitarist/artist. Naturally, I had to pick up his new Thornley CD. Awesome!!! Actually reminiscent of Big Wreck at times; but still completely new, fresh and just literally pounds out pure hard rock, Thornley-style...the way it was meant to be played. Anyone unsure about this CD, take my advice & don't think twice. If you liked Big Wreck, you'll love Thornley. One sidenote for 'ya... if they're anything like Big Wreck, you have to see them live to appreciate this music. It's as simple as that. The CD is terrific and all; but truly, there's nothing comparable to the real deal of live music played like this. Besides, do that and you'll never take the music out of your player.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Ian Thornley moves onward and upward 24 Nov. 2006
By Amazon Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I found Thornley before I heard of Big Wreck. Listening to Ian's former band, I heard great potential - good musicianship, catchy songs, and probably the best rock vocalist since Chris Cornell. I've fallen in love with Big Wreck since, but notice that they had a tendency toward long, drawn out, and often over produced songs - several verging on forgettable.

Not so with this album. Ian Thornley basically cut the fat, made melody king, and pushed his shockingly unique and versatile voice to the front of the mix. Most of the album pushes into post-grunge with some slow, plodding grooves, but the riffs and melodies are fresh and exciting - if lacking the sprawling arrangements of Big Wreck.

I disagree with other reviewers who say this is a step backwards for Ian Thornley. This album reflects an artist who has capitalized on his strengths, and minimized his weaknesses. Above all, it showcases a great guitar player, solid songwriting, and a voice that you simply can't get enough of. Bring on the sophomore release!

Recommended for fans of: Soundgarden, King's X, Earthshine, Audioslave, STP, and Brother Cane.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Bruising hoser rock! 19 Jun. 2005
By Brian Kralowetz - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Canada's finest are here to beat your @ss with their debut album "Come Again." You may not know much, or anything, about in Vegas they only had modest radio airplay with "So Far So Good," and I would guess they've fared about the same in many other areas of the country. Too bad for them, and too bad for all the people who missed it--this is some great stuff.

You may have already read numerous reviews here that compare Ian Thornley to Chris Cornell. Yes, they do look and sound similar to each other. Does that make Thornley a Soundgarden ripoff? I don't think so. I've heard similar accusations toward Earshot, whose singer does sound very much like Maynard James Keenan of Tool. If you listen to the musical stylings of Earshot, I think it's a little absurd to call them a Tool ripoff just because their singer happens to have a similar voice.

But back to Thornley. OK, their sound isn't real far from that of Soundgarden. Imagine a record that Soundgarden would put out right now if they were still together and picked up some new musical influences such as Fuel and Oleander. I believe it would sound a lot like what Thornley has created. That is not a bad thing at all.

"Found Another Way," "So Far So Good," "Bright Side," "The Going Rate," and "Clever" are all very cool grungy rock songs, and "Easy Comes" is a particularly crunchy mosh-pit-inducing bruiser that is destined to be the favorite of many. However, the title track "Come Again" is easily my favorite song on the album. As a matter of fact, with its simple but cool-as-hell riff that just sticks in my head, "Come Again" is my favorite song...period. It has to be something special to stick out among the crowd of great songs on this album.

"Come Again" is one of those fairly rare albums where I like every song, even the couple of slower songs like "Beautiful" and the closer, "The Lies That I Believe." After hearing "So Far So Good" on the radio a few times, I took a gamble and won big on this one. I suggest you do the same.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Worth the wait. 20 May 2004
By Remi Savard - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Ever since the disbanding of Big Wreck, I've been awaiting this album with growing impatience. Now that it's out, I must admit it was worth the wait (although it WAS a long wait...).
Vocally speaking, Ian Thornley is as good and powerful as ever, displaying the wide span of his voice in most of the songs. Absolutely no problem on this part. The heavy sound of former BW still lives on, amplified and louder than it ever was - that's what you get for changing band members but keeping the same band leader. And yes, it IS nicely loud and heavy, following, in my opinion, the path that was traced by In Loving Memory Of... and The Pleasure and The Greed, as the sound I.Thornley imposed to the albums got progressively heavier.
Beats and riffs are solid, contagious and the melodies often catchier than expected (I found myself whistling So Far So Good for a whole day, ad nauseum). Powerful, intense music, propelled forth by I.Thornley's incredible vocal power.
As for the downsides... Fans of BW were used to more songs for their money, although 12 songs is more than what some rip-off artists come out with. Some songs do sound redundant after the first listenings, which might discourage some non-BW fans out there. The album has a slightly more commercial feeling to it, too, but who's going to complain for that: after BW didn't get what it deserved, you'd expect a guy like Thornley to get a little more "accessible" for a larger crowd.
Definitely a CD worth buying, especially while it's fresh out of the studios, before it does get very popular... It WILL.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Modern rock done right 5 Jan. 2005
By Joe - Published on
Format: Audio CD
My introduction to Thornley came when I saw them last June (opening for Sevendust). The first thing I noticed about him was that he looked like Chris Cornell. Next thing I know, he says "This next song is going to f@$% you up", and they started playing. And these guys sounded great onstage. It was enough for me to pick up the CD a couple weeks later. And I like it a lot.

The CD kicks off with "Falling to Pieces", a melodic and heavy song, which is pretty damn catchy. Now that I think of it, ALL the songs on here are catchy; whether it be from the riffs or the lyrics, Thornley's an excellent songwriter. The title track is great too. My favorite song on here is "So Far So Good", which is just excellent all-around. Brilliant lyrics, great music. They turn the volume up to 11 and just rock on "Easy Comes", the heaviest and loudest song on here. Then the next song is the melodic, calm "Beautiful", which provides a nice contrast. "The Bright Side" has a catchy riff, and some good hard rock. Closer "The Lies That I Believe" is the albums best piece of songwriting though. It's the longest track on here, and the only track with a full guitar solo; a great piece of music. The acoustic guitar in the intro/outro of the song sounds great too, and helps to make this one of the best songs on here.

In conclusion, Thornley can best be compared to a cross between Soundgarden and Nickelback; just because that's about where this CD is soundwise. But it is a very good CD. Every song is well-written on here, I don't think any of them are bad. If you're a fan of modern rock music or 90's rock, you can't go wrong here. Definitely check this CD out. 9/10.
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