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“There’s a certain uneasiness to the Toadies,” says Vaden Todd Lewis, succinctly and accurately describing his band—quite a trick. The Texas band is, at its core, just a raw, commanding rock band. Imagine an ebony sphere with a corona that radiates impossibly darker, and a brilliant circular sliver of light around that. It’s nebulous, but strangely ... Read more in Amazon's Toadies Store

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  • Audio CD (19 Aug 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Kirtland
  • ASIN: B001D0T4HG
  • Other Editions: Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 242,535 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I picked this up after playing guitar hero to the sound of possum kingdom, one of the bands earlier songs. I am glad I did, this album is excellent to drive to. I can't really liken it to any other band, maybe at a push a heavier kings of leon but that is stretching it.
Opening song "so long lovely eyes" is easy to pick up and sing to. Other songs are similarly easy to pick up others are slow burners. Try it.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
The Taodies are back.....With a Vengence!! 21 Oct 2008
By Green Level Clearance - Published on Amazon.com
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The Toadies rock. There is no better way to start a review of their new cd then by saying that. When their first album came out in 1994, they rocked. But now they are even better if thats possible.
The Toadies first cd was a tour de force of rock licks, catchy lyrics, and pure Texas attitude. With a dirty guitar and a almost ZZ Top feel. Then when Hell Below/Stars Above came out they almost completely abandoned their style. The album was more muted. Gone was a lot of the fire they made the debut such a gem. It seemed like the Toadies were done. But not so...
Not only are they back with No Deliverance, they are back with a vengeance! This is arguably the best album they have ever done. The licks are stronger, the rythum tighter, the vocals perfect, this is their defining cd.
Such songs prove this as the opener "Such Long Lovey Eyes" and the straight up southern rocker "I Am a Man of Stone". And the songs "Flower" and " Song I Hate" prove that not only are the Toadies back, but they are better than they were 14 years ago. Rock on!
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Stone-Cold Hard Rock Classic 28 Aug 2008
By Tome Raider - Published on Amazon.com
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I spend a lot of time and money seeking out great rock music. Most of my investment goes toward stuff from the late 60's and early 70's. I've long ago collected all the classic stuff, and now I focus on the obscure gems. But, occasionally, something new from the present-day emerges which captures my attention and earns my respect.

This is such an album. It has a unique sound, and each song is distinctive to the one before and after. Definitely hard rock, not pop or lite by a mile and then some. Driving, pulsating, but comfortable to listen to. No disonant sounds or songs which blemish. Honestly, I'll be listening to this non-stop for the next week or two. I don't do that often. Usually it is one listen and then the CD goes into the box until I happen on it again someday.

I will have to check out these guys' previous albums. They definitely know what they're doing, and I extend them my highest compliments.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Newbie To Toadies Gets Initiated 29 Aug 2008
By John Werner - Published on Amazon.com
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First off, I'm 48 years old and ever since I can remember I've had a strong connection to music. My tastes run more to Beatlesque pop than the heavy darkness of music like Metallica. That said, I still like the later in selected small amounts. I also very much like that which is in between and of high quality such as Led Zeppelin. While metal isn't my forte' I do very much like bands such as King's X that remain quite heavy while infusing it with pop melodies. King's X never enters the so-called "bubblegum metal" realm and I appreciate that. I would like to find another band such as this that I could enjoy and with that I ordered Toadies "No Deliverance".

The first time I listened to this album I thought I'd not want to listen to it again as it was so dark, so heavy, and, seemingly, light on melody and anything resembling a "hook". I did hear something compelling in that this band was tight, the vocals of Vaden, though angry, sounded absolutely perfect for this style of metal. The songs were compact and not at all plodding like some metal so after rethinking my expectations I decided to listen again. This time I was able to actually hear much more of what Toadies "No Deliverance" is all about and it is actually pretty good and much more listenable than I first thought. With repeated listens it continues to be easier to find somewhat more to appreciate. The track "Song I Hate" is a standout and wouldn't shame Nirvana in the least. "Hell In High Water" recycles that famous driving bass riff from Golden Earring's "Radar Love" and casts it in an angry metal mold that is tasty. The other songs are almost equally strong with some exceptions; "Flower" which I thought to be the weakest on the album, "One More" was either too dark, too enigmatic, or just not melodic enough to really engage me, and the last song "I Want Your Love" isn't really so much a song but a coda on what seems to be the theme that runs through most of the songs: The failure of obsessive love.

All in all, within the realm of this type of music this is a good album made by seasoned pros that have a "spot-on" vocalist and a meaty guitar sound. I am not yet a "big" fan, but if you are predisposed to like dark metal this has got to be one of the better albums within that genre.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Toadies Return With A Modern Rock Homage 14 Sep 2008
By Mr. - Published on Amazon.com
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If you grew up in the 90's listening to alternative/modern rock, chances are you'll remember hearing the Toadies biggest hit, "Possum Kingdom," from their debut album, Rubberneck (1994), being played a lot on the radio. They would do one more album, Hell Below/Stars Above, nearly 7 years later in 2001 before splitting up. Lead singer, Vaden Todd Lewis immediately formed his next band, Burden Brothers, and released two more albums with them: Buried In Your Black Heart (2002) & Mercy (2006).

Nearly 15 years since their major label debut, The Toadies reunite with their 3rd studio album, No Deliverance. Basically an homage to 90's modern rock, No Deliverance features a plate full of ditties that sound and feel like songs from that era. You'll be reminded of other 90's bands like Stone Temple Pilots & the Foo Fighters (among others) with a number of tracks, like the opening hit, "So Long Lovely Eyes," and "Nothing To Cry About." Other cool songs include "I Am A Man Of Stone," "Song I Hate," and "One More."

While it's of course nothing we haven't heard before, No Deliverance feels as if it was made to get the band back into their old groove and enjoy that same chemistry they experienced back in the day. Listening to So Long Lovely Eyes reminded me, in many ways, of the band's own past relationship ("All good things must have an ending, how we lived loved laughed and cried...But now those days seem like just a fantasy...we got so far away from the fire that we started. How did we get so @#$%ing cold?" Their reformation is a welcome return and hopefully we won't have to wait another 7 years for their next release.

No Deliverance: Toadies are Back!

"You don't look so happy to me
You're so lost, you're so alone
And I'm standing here
I am a man of stone"
- V.T.Lewis/M.Reznicek/C.Vogeler

Also recommended:
Best of Toadies: Live From Paradise
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
T-Rex stomping classic metal with Texas flavor. 2 Sep 2008
By Joshua G. Feldman - Published on Amazon.com
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The Toadies latest, No Deliverance, is romping stomping metal in a clean and classic mode with a distinct Texas accent. The songs are tight, the message dark, the instrumentation and arrangement deliberate, fierce, yet almost minimalist. The recording is light on compression and feedback - it really sounds like you're hearing them live, front row, in an empty venue with absolutely no ambient noise. There's only a single track that resorts to high signal compression to create a crunchy texture (No Deliverance) - on all the rest its the energy of the band wailing away on recognizable electric guitars (Gibson is specifically credited on the CD jacket) that makes the crunch. No heavy filtering, no synth atmospherics. This is real rock metal with some western structure and flavor laid out direct and in your face with conviction and skill. David Castell should be lauded for mixing this way and the Toadies for playing this way.

They rock hard on most tracks, particularly the first "So Long Lovey Eyes" where there's some double time and thrash feeling. Most of the other tracks are more deliberately paced. In "Man of Stone" there's even a mention of playing 4/4 time in the lyrics. At its best (like in "Man of Stone") this deliberate pace is syncopated with huge guitar minor key stomp. Too many tracks just find a groove and stay in it - which gets old quick in my book. I like it when they make it melodically more interesting. My favorite track is the anti-love song "Song I Hate" - not because I'm a wimp and it's the only radio-friendly track with a sweet vocal ambiance - but because it's got variety and some melodic progression. It's a great song. In conclusion, there's only 3 songs I really like on this album (the aforementioned Lovey Eyes, Man of Stone, and Song I Hate) - but that's pretty good, all considered. This is clearly a band that has it going on. I'd definitely try to catch them live. I bet they really give your money's worth.
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