New Again (Std. Release) CD
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fourth album, 'New Again', represents a rebirth of sorts. A new direction.
Guitarist Mr Mascherino has moved on to pastures new since 2006's 'Louder Now'
and replacement Mr Fazzi seems to have filled the hole without creating significant
turbulence. If there has indeed been a renaissance in the intervening period then I
am unable to identify any significant differences or innovations myself.
The formula which has served them well so far seems to have survived intact.
Competent power-pop, energetically played and infused with a greater sense
of melody and lyricism than many of their peers seem able to deliver.
The eleven songs in this collection plough a fairly even furrow; largely similar
in density and tempo throughout - not that I believe this to be a bad thing;
what they do they do very well and I feel fairly certain that the material will
scrub up rather well in live performance.
Mr Lazzara is a functionally effective communicator of the songs; a little shakey at
the top of his register truth-be-told but more than good enough to carry the show.
Drummer Mr O'Connell, now as before, deserves a special mention.
His rock-solid contribution never fails to keep the proceedings firmly on the rails.
Opening track 'New Again' has a chorus not a stones throw away from
'Liar ( It Takes One To Know One )' from their last album and sets the stage
and standard for pretty much everything which follows.Read more ›
The DVD content displays the band actually behind the scenes (compare Artwork by The Used, not worth the DVD extra) and you see how the band interacts with each other which is quite interesting considering Fazzi's brief time in the band. As they also go through the album track by track, although nothing controversial or major is stated, you do get to find out who came up with certain parts of different songs.
For those who haven't heard the album, this is my favourite of the TBS albums, but tends to not win over the hardcore Nolan-era fans, which I am less a major fan of. Sink Into Me is the poppiest song on the album, so if that's the only track you've heard I wouldn't say it's the most representative. I'd say this is probably their heaviest album, and lyrically more angry. Where You Want to Be is I think the closest style out of TBS' catalogue.
Highlights for me are Swing, Carpathia and Everything Must Go. Even fans who aren't in love with this album tend to agree it has the best closer (Everything Must Go) that TBS has ever written. Overall I would recommend this album
Stand out tracks for me are 'cut me up jenny', 'Sink into me' and 'New again' so cant wait to hear these live in Liverpool.
I would highly recommend anybody to buy this album two thumbs from me
'New again' seems to be a bit more mainstream than the others however its still a great album. The 3 stand out tracks for me are 'Swing', 'Everything must go' and 'Where my Mouth is'.
I've currently got 'Swing' on repeat, its very catchy and as always, best played loud!
If you like their previous music I'd reccomend buying this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This album is bound to be badly recieved by many fans of the original TBS, but anyone who can't cope with their changing style is not a "fan" of this band - their line up has... Read morePublished on 23 Jan. 2010 by C. allanson-campbell
Thought Louder Now was best thing since etc...
Didn't even mind teenage angst of their first few albums on strength of L.N. Read more
Well the album just flies by and i'm finding myself play it through again and again...so i suppose that means it earns the full five stars. Read morePublished on 6 July 2009 by Thelomi