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  • Audio CD (8 Jun. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: EMI Music & Marketing
  • ASIN: B003DU50NQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 213,229 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Format: Audio CD
Well, yes and no. Anyone who has listened to and appreciated Saving Abel's self titled debut will already have one eye on what to expect here. Rather surprisingly however, "Miss America" is a step backwards for the band.
I felt myself feeling somewhat disappointed, you know when you have alot of left over food in the fridge and you make what can only be described as a "bung it all in curry?" Well that's exactly what Saving Abel have done here, they've bunged all there creative influences into one basket without much thought. Rather like a bung it all in curry, the result is an album that at time presents moments you'll love, and others you won't.
Take the rather strange choice for the lead single "Stupid Girl, Only In Hollywood," it's a straight up rocker but there's nothing special about it, its an album track at best, not a single.
In fact flirting thought the top half of the album you'll find very similar numbers in "Contagious" and "Bloody Sunday" before the second half of the album starts to pick up.
"Mississippi Moonshine" has a good melody and is probably the albums catchiest song, before mid tempo ballad "Angel Without Wings" proves they can throw out a decent cigarette lighter moment.
Overall though, "Miss America" is not a strong as their self titled debut.
Anyone who is new to Saving Abel needs to be checking out that album first, before giving "Miss America" a listen. It's grown on me a little since its first spin and it'll be doing the rounds on my iPod in due course, but make no mistake about it "Miss America" feels rushed and incomplete.
Saving Abel may not avoid that second album slump after all.
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Great voice - well constructed songs.
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Amazon.com: 4.4 out of 5 stars 54 reviews
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome Southern Rock 'N Roll with a Unique Style! 21 Jun. 2010
By Flan Man - Classic Rocker - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This disc ROCKS! Saving Able's gritty Rock 'n Roll coupled with their unique style and beat makes this a great one to rock out with. This equals their debut effort which was Awesome!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great album from track 1 through track 11 26 Mar. 2011
By Mar - Published on Amazon.com
Don't listen to the naysayers about this album. I am a huge fan of rock music and this album does just that.... rocks!!! Their first album was pretty good and this one is even better. The tracks Contagious, Mississippi Moonshine, Miss America and Bloody Sunday are classic rock songs. I purchased the album several weeks ago and can't seem to stop listening to it. It brings me back to good ol' fashioned rock music. It takes me back to the music I listened to in the late 1970s and 1980s. I hope these guys put out another album soon because I am certain to purchase that one, too.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Glad to see a new Saving Abel Album! Their best yet! 17 Jun. 2010
By J. Forrester - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I am soooooo glad to see that Saving Abel has put out a new album! It by far is the best, and you can tell they have really come along from being that new band with a new sound 6 years ago. I hope they have many more albums in the future! I think this one will be one to create a new following of Saving Abel!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Sophomore album.... 14 July 2010
By E. Stealey - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The album begins with the track "Tap Out." It begins like a show would with a lot of different sounds entering and exiting until the band walks on the stage. The guitars start up with a bang, ripping up the stage as the drums enter with a bang. The vocals stroll in with a catchy lyrical set in their hip pocket. It gets into what they are about almost instantly. The backing vocals come in to enhance the lead at all the right times. The guitars soar in and out hitting incredible notes and kicking ass. The lead single "Stupid Girl (Only in Hollywood)" steps up next with an odd beginning until the meat comes in. the track is a bit slow as it cruises in for a killer chorus that you can see being screamed at a live show. It's a decent track that I'm sure most people will like, but I know there are others that I would put above it. I do like the backing vocals during the track. They are perfectly placed once again, but other than that they are controlled and well executed. "Contagious" gets going with huge drums that gets you mouth watering. They do tone it down when the vocals come in which I was disappointed in, but it does turn out to be an okay move. I don't see it doing much on the radio or anything, but if it does make it into a live set it will be a huge hit. It has that live vibe to it and the guitar solo will make the crowd go nuts. The vocals are really clear and should transfer well into a live act. "The Sex is Good" comes in with a seductive style of vocals that transitions into a bit of fun love. They bust out the acoustic guitars on this offering and hits an awesome groove. For me this is their "She Hates Me." It's not as fun as POM's track, but I think it will explode onto the scene. It's an awesome track that you can bet your ass on that it will be blasted everywhere there is a stereo and speakers. "Bloody Sunday" picks up the pace with high flying guitars and solid striking drums. The vocals are clear and crisp. They are easy to follow and sign along with. It's a great track that I could see everyone rocking out to on a daily bases. "I'm Still Alive" brings a lot of elements to the table and lays them all to see. The string additions are placed in all the right places. Jared hits some incredible notes while the guitars roar. I would love to hear this track live for the simple fact that I want to physically see Jared hit those notes and hearing the strings. "Mississippi Moonshine" puts that sweet southern groove out for you to enjoy like the so sweet sun tea. Jared's vocals are silky smooth as the guitars roll along. It's a fun sounding song that the ladies might get involved in a bit much (if you know what I mean.) "Angel Without Wings" begins with a very slow pace as the guitars enter all alone. The vocals come strolling in with passion as the music gets tunes up a bit. The emotional track is sure to bring out the lighters and cell phones. The spotlight is definitely on the vocals and the lyrics as you will close your eyes and enjoy everything that is flowing at you. It's a huge track that I'm sure will make its way to the movies at some point. The title cut "Miss America" steps up next. It begins with a blast then slows back down to deliver its huge message. The chorus kicks the tempo up a bit then tunes it right back down. I really enjoyed every aspect of the song and I would love to hear it live. It has to be even more powerful than it is on here. "I Need You" is an okay track with driving drums and a cool little guitar effect. The vocals really take over the track being pushed by the drums. It gets the job done. "Hell of a Ride" is a great way to end the album. It turns up the dial with an insane guitar solo and sly vocals that will get you in a mood. It closes out the album with a bang. Overall the sophomore album is pretty good. I won't say it's the best or even in the top 10 of the year, but its good. There are several tracks that I would listen to nearly ever day. The lyrics are really good. They took their time on them and it shows. The music is well organized as well. I would have like to see them get more into it and really hit things harder. That is the only flaw in the album for me. A more aggressive music style in some tracks would have made this album and its lyrical content even better.

Rating: 8 out of 10

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Contagious, Miss America, Hell of a Ride
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Sophomore Effort 30 Jan. 2011
By P. Collins - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I saw these guys at ROTR in Columbus two years ago and I liked their live show so that's why I wanted the CD. Great music fun to listen to, I also have their first album.
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