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ideas above our station [import]hundred reasons (artista) | formato: audio cd descrizionebrani1.i'll find you2.answers3.dissolve4.what thought did5.if i could6.falter7.shine8.drowning9.oratorio10.silver11.gone too far12.avalanche
Who'd have thought that out of the messy sludge that nu-metal trawled out of the swamp with it, a glistening gem such as Hundred Reason's hotly-tipped debut Ideas Above Our Station could appear from Surrey and blow everything else out of the murky waters? Ideas Above Our Station is a genuinely solid rock album of immediate quality. Heavy metal? This is precious metal--a true diamond in the dirt: rock without pretension, but fuelled by canisters of sheer emotion and raw energy. It's exciting, it's immediate and it will start a fire in your belly.
There are shades of early Pearl Jam here, particularly in the first single "If I Could", but such comparisons on their own are unfair--witness the gloriously deranged guitar of "Shine" or the restrained brutality of live favourite "Silver". The only trouble is their immediacy often suffocates their fragile melodies, whereas bands such as My Vitriol and Feeder have always elevated them to the forefront of their songs. What it lacks in finesse it makes up for in sheer dewy-eyed belief--there may be silver here, but they'll have to dig a little deeper to produce pure gold. "In my hands good fortune", frontman Doran near-croons on "Falter". On the basis of this, it is well deserved. --Ben Johncock
What the what, what happened here? They deserved so much more than they got, this was a lost time in British music, after Brit pop had died but just before the rebirth with the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by KERRY JOHN
Hundred Reasons emerged from the small towns of Aldershot and Farnborough during the turn of the millenium, released a handful of EP's before they eventually released Ideas Above... Read morePublished on 21 Mar. 2012 by J. Clarke
If you like rock music - buy this! I'm slightly embarrassed to say that I've only recently purchased it, but it's been on constant rotation in my car. Read morePublished on 4 Aug. 2011 by Mr. I. Watson
In my opinion this is Hundred Reasons best album, if you are a HR fan and you don't own this, i strongly advise you order it immediately, and then buy Kill Your Own. Read morePublished on 19 July 2010 by Mr. D. Baker
An absolute joy of an album! It's such a shame their following albums failed to live up to this, but it's such a good album that everyone should own it!Published on 16 April 2010 by A. Wall
A really beutiful album, have now owned 3 copies, but they've all managed to get scratched with the amount ive listened to them! Read morePublished on 15 Aug. 2004 by "brucey_baby_101"
I am surprised to see so many good reviews of this record. I have to say this album is a great let-down. I can honestly say I only enjoy two tracks: "Falter" and "Silver". Read morePublished on 20 Jun. 2003 by "andy_abel"
I first heard Hundred Reasons on Kerrang Tv and I was addicted to them nearly straight away. They play real great music, Hundred Reasons are a refreshing change from the aftershock... Read morePublished on 17 May 2003 by "icon_redseal"