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Time Of My Life (Deluxe Edition)

19 Jun. 2014 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan. 2011
  • Release Date: 19 Jun. 2014
  • Label: Spinefarm Records UK
  • Copyright: (C) 2011 Universal Republic Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
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  • Total Length: 56:14
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  • ASIN: B00L8WKKZY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,676 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr. N. J. Henderson on 19 July 2011
Format: Audio CD
Since their multi platinum debut released back in 2000, 3DD popularity has gradually been waning. Not that there's any fault of their own though, times change. Personally I've always really enjoyed their music; mainstream alternative rock has suited them very well for the past decade.

"Time Of My Life," is their fifth studio album, slightly heavier then their predecessor and in turn a superb return to form for the band. Lead single "When You're Young" is typical 3DD, a great melody with meaningful lyrics, one of the lighter songs on the album overall but a great choice for first single.

A heavier tone on the record picks up with songs "Race For The Sun," Every Time You Go" "On The Run" before ballads "What's Left" and "Back To Me" slow down the tone.
Deserving of a special mention though is the albums best track "Heaven," a moody, emotional power ballad with superb lyrics, easily should be the third single and is such a good song it could be a worldwide hit for the band.
Elsewhere the melody is uptempo, the albums latter stages feature a few standard rock songs, closing track "Believer" although short is a heavy song with a noteworthy guitar solo.

Bonus track wise you get a bog standard rocker in "The Silence Remains" before acoustic versions of the songs "When You're Young" and "Every Time You Go," both of which suit the acoustic version rather well.

In summary then, "Time Of My Life" is an excellent record. If modern alternative rock is your scene or if you've lost touch with the band since their debut then this is a great place to pick them back up again. Alternative rock has rarely sounded better, welcome back 3 Doors Down.

4.5 stars
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Persaud on 16 Aug. 2011
Format: Audio CD
Whether on stage or in the studio, you can always rely on Brad Arnold and the boys to give one hundred percent. This brio can help you get past the fact that the odd track is vaguely reminisent of previous work, but then you hear tracks like the extremely catchy Round and Round, and the moody What's Left and you realise why they are such a compelling band. The robust guitar burst into title track of Time of My Life, paves the way for a reassuringly familiar sound that glides effortlessly through mid tempo numbers and crunching guitar propelled fist pumpers that gets better with every listen. If you like Adult/Alternative rock - you won't be disappointed.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Inferno on 20 July 2011
Format: Audio CD
If you like strong songs, superbly crafted; and if you've always had a sneakin' regard for Southern Stars like Skynyrd, Hatchet & Special (as in Lynyrd, Molly & .38), then this latest release from multi-platinum US rockers 3DD will have you raisin' a large glass of sour mash in sheer celebration. The title track/opener is a superb statement of intent, riding the sort of greased rails that .38 Special put their mark on back in the day, and what flows from there is always of a genuinely high standard. You also get some quality bonus material, including a studio cut that could easily have made the album proper, and hopefully more UK dates and festival appearances to come. If you've ever wondered why 3DD have sold 16 million albums (and counting), this will answer your question in spades.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By K. Buxton on 8 Nov. 2011
Format: Audio CD
First of all let me say that I'm not one of 3DD greatest fans but this album is excellent, I had this on and my son thought it was nickleback, okay the voice is similar being strong and forceful. I get fed up listening to albums that have no melody or catchy tunes and sounding just the same all the way through, but not this album, strong songs and catchy tunes make this highly enjoyable, I highly recommend this album, just enjoy it!
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This new 3DD album was recommended to me by a friend and on listenning to the trailers, it seemed to be something possibly special. However, having bought this and listenned to it a number of times, I am not that sure about the quality of this album. I am concerned that, like 'Theory of a dead man', there seems to be a tendancy to go all mainstream and be too close to the stock 'Nickelback' style music. Yes, there are some treasures - like the title track, but too many are mediocre at best. You could lift a number of these tracks and plonk them on a Nickelback album, which is a shame. I wanted something different - 'Time of My life' track promises post-grunge combined with classic heavy rock, yet the tracks that follow simply dont hold up as anything new or interesting. When you see bands of real talent call it a day due to lack of commercial success (like Audioslave), you fear that so many others sacrifice doing something different to ensure sales. An opportunity missed, I am afraid.
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As a relatively recent fan, I have been catching up on 3DD's back catalogue, so it was good to see some new material from the band last year. Was it worth the wait? A qualified yes. It's a solid album with two or three stand-out tracks that's sacrificed a bit of creativity on the altar of commercialism. However, there isn't a single "duff" track on the album, and it does have two or three stand-out tracks - in particular, the anthemic ballad "What's Left", the nostalgia tinged "When You're Young" with its trademark 3DD hooks, and the title track, "Time of My Life". The Deluxe edition is worth getting for the acoustic versions, and the re-worked classic "Train" from the eponymous 2008 3DD album. Worth a listen, but the casual fan may be better off cherry-picking some of the tracks.
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