3 Doors Down CD
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This eponymous album dates from 2008 and was the first to feature Greg Upchurch who is the bands drummer. There has been a lot happened to the band since then with two members leaving and new guys coming in but they keep going. If you want a example of a classic 3 doors album then this is it. For me it encapsulates what the bands sound is all about and features some excellent material including the singles " It's not my time ", " Let me be myself" as well as album tracks such as " Your arms feel like home " and " Runway". Go check it out as its great ! Recommended especially for long car journeys in the Cd player !
However... it pains me to say that I do think they are starting to run out of ideas. Dont get me wrong, this album is great, its just some of the songs sound very simular to others found on their earlier albums.
Like all 3DD ablums, they all grow on you massivley in time and this will too but not as much as the previous 3 albums.
If you havent bought a 3DD album before, buy the first album 'The Better Life' if you want some harder rock. 'Away From The Sun' if you want a slightly more mature and slightly chilled rock album and 'Seventeen Days' if you wish for a mixture of the two. Get this album if you have all previous albums.
Still... its a darn site better than a lot of other albums out there!
Fair enough, but the problem here is every record just sounds the same, some mid tempo rockers thrown in with the odd ballad here and there.
Lead single "It's Not My Time" is a prime example, quiet verse loud chorus scenario, and to be honest there's only so much of that you can hear, before it just starts to sound alike.
It's not like this is a bad album, far from it in fact, but this has all been done before, and somewhat better.
Citizen/Soldier is a very good, powerful song and I also like the opening track, Train. However, the rest of the album seems to blend into one for me, there are no standout tracks that really resonate at all.
Unlike Seventeen Days I couldn't sit and listen to this album all the way through without getting bored and skipping to the next track to see if it was any better (which it never turned out to be).
Average album, I'd definitely recommend anyone to get Seventeen Days rather than this if I was trying to get them into 3DD - whom I have seen live and consider an excellent band... but this album was a bit of a let down.
To get the true measure of this band, you need to see them live. It's a real shame that their energy and passion doesn't come through on anything studio based.
The really interesting track for me is She Don't Want The World - an indication that Brad Arnold could break away and do a Rob Thomas if he wanted too. And maybe he should...
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