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February 5, 2014 (Los Angeles, CA) – OneRepublic announced new dates to their 2014 Native Summer Tour. Promoted by Live Nation, the Native Summer Tour kicks off Wednesday, May 28 at Red Rocks in Denver, CO and adds 27 new dates with shows in Atlanta, Austin, Dallas and New Orleans. Dublin rockers, The Script, and indie rock band, American Authors, will be special guests on select ... Read more in Amazon's OneRepublic Store

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  • Audio CD (18 Jan. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Deluxe Edition
  • Label: Polydor
  • ASIN: B0030DQ4AE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 64,109 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Made For You
2. All The Right Moves
3. Secrets
4. Everybody Loves Me
5. Missing Persons 1 & 2
6. Good Life
7. All This Time
8. Fear
9. Waking Up
10. Marchin On
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Disc: 2
1. Passenger
2. It's A Shame
3. Trap Door
4. Sucker Punch
5. Making The Record

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Waking Up is the second UK album from Grammy-nominated US rock-pop band OneRepublic, following on from their platinum-selling debut Dreaming Out Loud. Waking Up was recorded in the band's hometown of Denver and finds the band at their most epic, with more grand pop songs from songwriter Ryan Tedder (whose other writing credits include  Beyonce, Alicia Keys, Leona Lewis and Kelly Clarkson). Includes the single "All The Right Moves".

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P. Bean on 23 Nov. 2009
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I absolutely loved 'Dreaming Out Loud' and was looking forward to their new album, and stumbled across it on wikipedia but was slightly surprised that it is only available to download until january when the album gets released. However, it is a very worthy buy! My favourite tracks are - All The Right Moves and Secrets.
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By Matt182 on 6 April 2011
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As a big fan of the 1st album, it made sense to me to buy the deluxe edition of the sophomore effort with a bonus enhanced CD. This album must have received little publicity because I only discovered it was out after seeing the video for All the right moves on a music channel and then going to the bands website. I was definitely excited for a new album after being so impressed at the amazing Dreaming out loud and being a big fan. After I'd heard All the right moves I realised that the band had made a change in the style of their music, but at the same time it still sounded great. I thought the album was cleverly titled as a follow up to Dreaming out loud.

With this album the band made a change to make what I would call less emotionally deep music. Ryan says on the making of documentary that with the 1st album he felt like he had to be so genuine and wear his heart on his sleeve, but with this album, after making fresh music for the 1st time in years, Ryan wrote songs for entertainment. This is where the change really lies in that some of the songs are there just as feel good tunes like Made for you, Everybody loves me and even the title track. These songs can be interpreted as being about a musician/artist's life, whereas the songs on the debut were definitely 100% emotion and I think that's why I could relate to so many of them and why I love that album. I wasn't as impressed with this album on the 1st listen, but once I got past the expectations of OneRepublic's music as being really heartfelt I do enjoy this album, and the music is still genuine and real.

The first track Made for you is probably one of my favourites with a great sound which embodies what a lot of the songs are trying to say; that you should enjoy life.
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For alot of people, these guys are just one hit wonders (apologise) or two hit wonders if you accept stop and stare was a hit.

But, One Republic are one of the best new bands about in recent years.. their debut Dreaming Out Loud was good but it was a little patchy. This set is alot more self-assured/ confident and more cohesive as a result... ultimately, it's got the edge on their debut..

It seems Tedder and co. have learnt from the debut what worked well and honed in on it.

They have found themselves their own sound and stuck with it... at times, Dreaming Out Loud seemed to sound like just another American rock band. But Waking Up has that unmistakable Tedder production sound to it. There is defintely a greater air of confidence because they sound more experiemnetal and edgy on tracks like Everybody Loves Me or Missing Persons 1/2. They simply hadn't the confidence first time out to veer to far away from the the typical american indie/ rock band sound.
Now they do, and the album is much more interesting as a result.

The album flows alot better as a result of this sticking to their own sound too.

Stand out tracks for me:
Good Life - my personal fave, such a great upbeat life-is-good anthem.
Secrets and All This Time - both are really great ballads.
Marchin On- Timbaland collaboration again this time, this has a great beat to it, very anthemic ... you can see these guys blasting anthems like this out in a stadium.
Fear- a really great slow burner, very soothing.
All The Right Moves; really catchy, great up tempo track
Everybody Loves Me- great guitar riff, shows the bands edgier sound.
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The first time I experienced the sound of OneRepublic was when I heard the Timbaland- remix of "Apologize" (he actually have a remix of a song from "Waking Up" on his new album). I couldn't get the sound and music out of my head, which resulted in a purchase of their debut "Dreaming Out Loud". And since I really liked this album I was quite excited when I picked up that they were working on their new album. How was this going to be? Would they keep going down the same road from their debut or would they keep on developing their own sound and musical image? Or would they just be another one of those that you simply forget after their debut?

Luckily, Tedder and the rest of the band, as far as I'm concerned, have decided to keep on developing and exploring their own sound with "Waking Up". And the result is impressive; on "Waking Up" you will find a song for every singel moment of the day. Since the first time I listened to the album and to this very day, "Waking Up" has been on repeat for nearly every singel day during this period. And as mentioned; much of this is because the band dares to explore their own musical image and take the whole thing to the next step. I think that the musical painting this album and the songs it represents is more independent, more exploring and starts of where the first album stopped and paints a much more exiting picture. And by this I mean that the production and the muscial and the artistic side of the album represents more self-confidence and work all the way through concerning who the band is and what they wish to represent.

And as I mentioned; is it early in the morning, are you going to work, chilling out at home or getting ready to hit the town - "Waking Up" contains a song for every moment of the day!
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