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  • Audio CD (16 May 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Canadian Imports
  • ASIN: B0007ZHWQI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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The difference can be heard right away: ten seconds of strum-my, hammering guitar. It could be the Strokes, the Vines, or Jet, but then, in comes Jann Arden's familiar vocals, albeit amidst a very uptempo backing band. As Jann herself describes it, the disc is "teeming with a really joyful spirit and full of bliss and optimism," quite a statement from the woman who wrote "Insensitive" and "Sorry for Myself." Indeed, Arden has a great gift of capturing aching beauty and a heart's deep hurt, but it is also refreshing to hear the new CD's first single, "Where No One Knows Me" and feel the riding-with-the-top-down positive vibe: There are also some sonic departures as well; Arden's whispered, reigned in vocals on "Life Is Sweet," with all it's hushed-ness, could, given a slightly different melody, be a contemporary, downtempo number straight off the U.K. charts. Equally delicate and also a treat is the CD's final cut, a new version of her previous hit "I Would Die For You", this time as a duet with fellow Canadian singing legend Sarah McLachlan. There is no question that this record is a bit of a departure for Jann and her band; that said, it is just different enough to keep it fresh and interesting both for the singer and her fans. Thankfully, the trademark goodness remains intact, and this will likely be a loved disc by her longtime fans, and possibly a new introduction to the unconverted.
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really, really good. How it's been missed by most people is a huge surprise.
Listen and buy.Her best yet.
Anthony.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9b819f30) out of 5 stars 17 reviews
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HASH(0x9b826a80) out of 5 stars Second only to Living Under June 28 April 2005
By J. M. McGregory - Published on Amazon.com
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All of Jann's CDs are good. But, I can't lie, the last couple---although each song was good---as a whole got a little monotonous. Great lyrics, great voice...just a little unexciting. Not this one!

What great sounds. Great instrumentation to compliment the great vocals and lyrics.

Great CD! If you like Jann because of Living Under June...you should like this one. If you like her because of her last few CDs...you should LOVE this one. :)
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9b826eac) out of 5 stars A great return to form....... 26 Nov. 2005
By J. Bilby - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
thought Jann could never top "Living under June", wouldn't really want her to repeat the same style but this new collection finds the Canadian song stylist dishing out some

uptempo grooves along side her trademark melancholy heartaches,

but what makes this set stand out is her willingness to explore

some new sounds without chasing away fans who expect to hear

familiar. It nice to hear favorite artists expand there sound and come up with a gem like this, much like the new Bonnie

Raitt "Souls Alike" the heart and soul is still left to the

music but some fresh air is thrown into the mix to challange

listeners who come to expect the same old, same old, Jann Arden

continues to stand out with her one of a kind style.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9b826f00) out of 5 stars Life Is Sweet(er) 29 April 2005
By Larry Joe Sullivan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Jann Arden has always written songs with a bitter-sweet edge and with her new cd she has found a fresher, sweeter sound, to take the edge off of the bitter.

Her strong voice is as clear and cuts as deep as ever. Her lyrics get to the heart and soul of her message, and her listeners, as always.

The only thing that's different from her past recordings, is the lushness of production and the use of bright and colorful sounds to caress her passionate vocals.

"Where No One Knows Me" should be a hit single, as well as "All Of This"...Both songs rock sweetly...and no less, "Rock This Girl"..a bit naughty and sexy.

This is one of those cds you can put in the player, and enjoy from the first song to the the last...Highly recommended!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9b829264) out of 5 stars Back to Jann!! 23 April 2005
By The Soft Needle - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Yes!! After several recent missteps, Jann Arden has given us a CD we can own, savor and sing along with. She is still not a very happy person. From the beginning of her recording career, she's sung about deep misery (boy, that first bad experience really must have crushed her!!). And despite what she may say about this record, there's still plenty of anger and hurt here. But there's a fabulous melodic pop to the uptempo songs and a quiet, singular beauty to the acoustic numbers. I was just listening to "Happy?" and thinking about the incredible lyrics and sad but intense delivery in that CD. Although I think the last couple of songs on this new one miss the center of the target, this CD may actually be better. In my opinion, "Living Under June" is still her standard, but on the first several listenings, she is back and sounds great. What a voice! Fine production. Of special note is the duet with Sarah. Wow, girls, you've made an interesting song sound unforgettable. Please, Jann, come to Ohio soon and share your great musical gifts with us.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9b8294b0) out of 5 stars Brilliant - Fun, insightful, dark 25 April 2005
By David Gardner - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Jann Arden, a master poet and musician, has accomplished something few muscians can muster: she has laid her soul bare to the world against a melting pop of pure radio pop, hopefully melancholy, and joyful bliss. From the synth-pop brilliance of the first single, "Wher No One Knows Me", to the dark, haunting story of "How Good Things Are", Arden has captured all the elements of real life and daily existence in twelve perfect little vignettes. Standout tracks include the eerie, Bjork-reminscent "Life Is Sweet", the guitar-ladden prayer "Calling God", the ambient, heart-wrenching "Beautiful Pain", and the simple, yet joyous "A Perfect Day". For long-time Arden enthusiasts, there is an updated version of Arden's timeless classic, "I Would Die For You", featuring none other than Canadian chanteuse Sarah McLachlan on duet vocals.
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