- Audio CD (16 Sept. 2013)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Virgin EMI
- ASIN: B00E95ED32
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (351 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 874 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Debut studio album by the Swedish DJ and producer. Featuring collaborations with Nile Rodgers, Mac Davis, Mike Einziger of Incubus and Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons, the album includes the singles 'Wake Me Up' and 'You Make Me'. The album debuted at #2 in the UK Albums Chart.
Top Customer Reviews
Whilst it can be debated whether or not the number one single Wake Me Up is really country music, there can be no doubt with the third track on this album, Hey Brother. You just know with some songs if they are one genre or the other, and Hey Brother is country music without question. Even though it has a beat to it and all the other EDM effects, it's more country than many country artists are now, even fused - and fused incredibly successfully - with Avicii's refreshingly diverse dance music ingredients.
It's not all country though, and the second track, You Make Me, is more in the vein of the music we've come to expect from Avicii - who is one of those rare DJ / artists who actually makes a real attempt for every track he puts out to sound unique and different from the others. Funk-tinged, infectious and offbeat, it's the second single for a very good reason.
The soul/pop of Addicted To You is an excellent gateway into what was already a fan favourite before this album even had a title - Dance In The Water, often wrongly accredited as featuring Lana Del Ray - appears here under the name Dear Boy.Read more ›
Hey Brother is an outstanding track, cant stop listening to it.
Would recommend this album to anyone, its energetic and relaxing all at once if thats possible and manages to cater to a broader market than just the dance/club scene Aviici was previously known for.
I dont think theres a bad track on it, and thats rare for any album to achieve. I think most people will recognise at least two tracks off the album even if they think theyve never heard any before as theyre everywhere - and with good reason!
I thought that DJs just played records but this guy writes his own and collaborative stuff and uses real artists not just samples to create addictive music.
Many different vocal and musical styles.
Deserves to be played LOUD!
Top of my list is the superb 'Wake Me Up' with vocals by Aloe Blacc. This is such a moving and uplifting song: it instantly catches your attention with its country guitar rhythm, the vocals start telling the story, and you're hooked as it moves towards EDM choruses. Incidentally, the accompanying video is a visual treat and, providing you take it at face value and ignore the storyboard inconsistencies and product placement that so irks some critics, it accomplishes the rare feat of actually enhancing the song. It features the beautiful Russian super model Kristina Romanova and the über pretty American girl model Lanya Grace. It tells the story of them finding their place in society. Nigh on half a BILLION hits and counting on a certain video website testifies as to how popular this song is.
Next favourite is 'Hey Brother' with vocals provided by American bluegrass singer Dan Tyminski. Another song which captures your attention instantly, this time with its vocals. There is an ear worm trumpet/dance beat and the lyrics are about family/friends and blood being thicker than water. Again a surprisingly moving song which had me thanking God for all the support my family has given me over the years.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good nothing else to say, its Avicii and we like most of his musicPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Brilliant CD, with the digital version a really good bonus. Something we have on the car, and all enjoy, even my 23 year old son, who is into metal and heavy rock.Published 1 month ago by Magenta
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