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  • Audio CD (21 Nov. 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Emd/Capitol
  • ASIN: B000051767
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 311,475 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Everclear ~ Songs From An American Movie Vo

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 8 Dec. 2000
Format: Audio CD
After the slightly dissapointing Volume 1, which despite it's occasional moments never really satisified our lust for the balls out rock we expect from this Californian three-piece. Volume 2 is a somewhat different album, a more typical Everclear album in structure in that it has the heavy fast rock stuff, e.g. "All f**ked up" and "When It All Goes Wrong Again" along with the sweet melodic pop e.g. "Overwhelming" and "the Good Witch of the North". Whilst Sparkle & Fade and So Much For the Afterglow had a summery feel, this one is far more bleak, pissed off and primitive. Alexis rages against relationships, romance and love in general. Outstanding tracks are "Rock Star", a great rocker, the gorgeous "Overwhelming", and the beautifully confused happy/sad "Songs from an American movie part 2". As usual the lyrics are heartfelt, easy to relate to, and pretty much spot on. Whilst not as instantly loveable as the two aforementioned albums, Good time for a bad attidude is a great album, perhaps let down by the fact that the songs will never be as powerful as the songs on Sparkle & Fade, but hey, you can't have it all. And one last thing - live they really should get rid of those 3 extra members... we want it pure guys.
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Wow what an album sequal to make pure punk pop rock brilliance, this is an album worth buying on import as I don't know when it is comming out over here yet. The songs are packed with Arts past few years of pain and suffering due to a divorce from his daughters mother. The songs are really strong and well thought out as are all of Arts lyrics.They touch a raw nerve sometimes which are hard to listen to because they are so damn emotionally honest, too honest at times with lines such as "sometimes I feel like I'm out of control" and "Like my life is on a slide" in slide. Rock Star is a good story about wanting to break free from the norm of being expected to get a normal job and following society,it tells how Art wants pay back for all those years of struggle and how he wants to be finnaly recognised as a "rock Star" at last. This album tells a story of a jurney of despair and pain to joy and jubalation in the final cut called Songs from an American Movie pt 2. Art is telling us that life is hard at times but if you weather the emotional storm then you will see the magic rainbow at the other side. Halloween Americana is like el Distorto on the SMFTA album an all out assault on guitar distortion great when you are feeling down. Baby Talk is another ditty that glides along majesticly, Short Blonde Hair is very poignent and typically Everclear in sound and production. This album is really one continuous album if you stick "Songs From An American Movie pt1 Learning How To Smile" together with this then you will see the whole album as one, I Don't know why Art released them the way he did but it could have been done as a double album but hey we are not all perfect.Read more ›
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Wow. I have only been listening to Everclear for about six months, all albums, but it is only with this one that I truly realised what they are all about. I can best describe listening to their music as a journey through the life of Art. There are so many emotions and feelings that come out through the music. It all seems to end in a culmunation with the last song. Here he sees the light ahead and how everything for him is going to better in the future after a highly turbulent life. He seems to sum up and bring to a close all the music and feelings that have come before it from Everclear. So much so that it almost seems difficult to see where they can possibly go from here. Bring in great melodies and sounds and you have one of the best albums of all time, though not to necessarily put it above any of their other albums. This offering will be most appreciated for listners of the previous albums. I love it!!!
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By A Customer on 3 Dec. 2000
Format: Audio CD
Ok, I've been a massive Everclear fan ever since I first heard "Amphetamine" ages ago. On the strength of that song I bought all their albums and patiently waited for SFAAM:Part 1. When it arrived my faith in Everclear was almost destroyed, after being used to their post-grundge beats I was presented with what basically was a pop album.
Now SFAAM:Part 2 is out, and the song "All F**ked Up" was the song I was waiting to hear throughout the entire off Part 1. This is Everclear back to what they do best, Rock. As others have said before me, this is the accumalation of everything they have experimented with so far presented on one cd. In my opinion this is on par with SMFTA and that is the highest praise I can give an album.
I certainly look forward to knocking myself out air-guitaring to this album as I did to SMFTA :)
Just Buy it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 29 Dec. 2000
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This C.D is amazing. It takes the sound of 'Sparkle and Fade', the lyrics of 'So Much for the Afterglow and a little of the mellowness from 'Vol 1', and mixes them altogether to make possibly their best album yet. A must for all their fans.
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