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Jukebox the Ghost’s third album Safe Travels marks a period in the band’s career that’s steeped in change, both personally and professionally. Relationships dissolved and crumbled. Loved ones passed on. The band, themselves, relocated from Philadelphia to New York City and played over 200 shows since the release of their last album in 2010. In the midst of so much change, ... Read more in Amazon's Jukebox the Ghost Store

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  • Audio CD (22 April 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Rebel
  • ASIN: B0014DBZYW
  • Other Editions: Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 329,139 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Good Day
2. Hold It In
3. Beady Eyes On The Horizon
4. Under My Skin
5. Miss Templeton's 7000th Dream
6. Static
7. Victoria
8. My Heart's The Same
9. Lighting Myself On Fire
10. Fire In The Sky
11. Where Are All The Scientists Now?
12. A Matter Of Time

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. Spencer on 9 Feb. 2010
Format: MP3 Download
It's easy to point out the similarities inherent in most music released subsequent to something else. If we had no cultural reference points to the artists we already adored then it's most likely most people wouldn't spread their wings to try something else.

I can't deny there's a Ben Fold's influence, in fact the band even supported him. But to say that they sound like him because they play piano driven rock is not giving them fair dues, you might as well say that Queen already did these songs in the 1970s and ignore the great diversity of influences upon Messrs Deacon, May, Mercury and Taylor.

My exposure to Jukebox came about in the usual way for me, an esoteric link through another artist, in this case Jenny Owen Youngs who had recorded a shared single with both artists covering and collaborating on each other's songs. This was my first exposure to "Good Day" and had me in no time searching for more tracks here on Amazon.

I was quite delighted by the sound of the opening tracks, the former and "Hold It In" really storming in such good feeling exuberance which really sold the whole album to me. It must be said that in it's entirety this album will take you through many moods. After the lively boost of the start, "Beady Eyes on the Horizon" brings a very surreal twist prompting some snorts of hilarity if you're paying attention to the absurdity of the lyrics, which are fashioned in the style of some revelatory prophecy. "Under My Skin" if anything, owes the greatest debt to Queen's bombastic pop with classical flourishes giving it quite a refined air.

The mood quickly cools to give a breather before "Static To The Heart" ratchets up the pressure and creates, not ironically, something quite electric pulsing life back into the listener.
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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. T. Cassidy on 8 Jun. 2009
Format: Audio CD
Its not a bad albumn but its not brilliant either. There music is so close to Ben folds five that sometimes it is hard to tell the difference.
The track 'hold it in' is what made me buy the c.d in the first place. It is a brilliant catchy little tune. Maybe the albumn is going to be a grower. They just need to get away from the Ben folds five sound and develop there own. It is there first albumn so you have to forgive them a bit.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I've been waiting for something like this... 21 Jun. 2008
By Michael D. Chaleff - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
what can i say?? amazing, amazing, amazing! i've been into them for a little while now, before the full cd actually came out, and boy, did the whole thing really exceed my expectations, which were already high. static to the heart is definitely one of my favorite songs of all time (not like that list is small, heh), and so many more get trapped in your head, and you'll be singing along all day. with music really breaking boundaries nowadays, and influences molding and paving ways to new beginnings and genres, Jukebox certainly is leading the way to a great future. songs about waking up to the beatiful, ugly, odd, and raw things of life, with upbeat, toe-tappin, good fun driving it all to catchy satisfaction. i highly reccommend checking them out and adding this great cd to your collection, and enjoy a sampling of the some of the new music with true heart and passion these days, that are breaking the mold, and leading soundtracks to prevalent, and humble issues of what were all feeling in life right now. let live, let ghosts, and let jukebox rock your socks off!!!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Amazing 1 Oct. 2008
By Dusky the rabbit - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I loved the band as soon as I heard the first single "Hold it in". The only drawback is that I have listened to them so much lately that I burned myself out.

Definitely a must listen if you like Ben Folds, Dismemberment Plan and possibly The Beatles even, as their music reminds me of a cocktail made up of the previous two with a splash of the third for good measure.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Clever, Energetic, Playful, Talented 10 Jun. 2008
By Matthew Gill - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Jukebox is a trio from DC including 3 George Washtington students and this is their debut album. It's extremely energetic and poppy, even the somewhat tongue in cheek songs about the impending apocalypse. Alot of people compare them to Ben Folds, which is a fair comparison. They use drums, keyboard, and guitar for the most part and the piano-driven songs create great little pop tunes on this debut album. Their energy live also makes for a fun live show. I would say this is a great album if you are looking for some quirky pop songs that deal with subjects a bit of the beaten path, but still want a fun energetic romp.
So grateful to have discovered these guys 25 Mar. 2009
By Taryn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I saw these guys open for Ben Folds last night and I was blown away! Openers can be hit or miss so often (they were more of a miss last time I saw Folds), but these guys were just as entertaining as the main event! Sadly, the manic energy they have live can't quite be translated onto a recording, but their quirky, infectious music certainly stands on its own. When I was watching them, I kept thinking of how much they reminded me of Queen--particularly Ben Thornewill's vocals and Tommy Siegel's guitar style--and apparently everybody has heard the same thing. They also have a lot in common with Ben Folds Five in the sense that they tend to produce quirky material a bit off the beaten track, but there's a lot more optimism going on in this album, whereas Ben Folds Five (and Folds continued this trend) have more of an edge of darker humor. I absolutely recommend this album to pretty much anybody!
A great up-and-coming band 22 Mar. 2009
By M. Simmons - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I just saw this band open for Ben Folds last night and had not heard of them before. They play an awesome and very energetic live show. Their songs are catchy and even though I had not heard them I found myself following along with the beat and enjoying every minute of it. My first thought when I heard them play was they were a mix of Ben Folds and They Might Be Giants and I agree with the other reviews that state the same and other similiarities. Based on seeing them open for Ben Folds I will definitely get their album.
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