- Audio CD (25 Mar. 2013)
- Deluxe Edition edition
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Deluxe Edition
- Label: Polydor Group
- ASIN: B00BCY22TA
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (571 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 95,400 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Native Deluxe Edition
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Third studio album by the American band. Featuring the hit single 'Counting Stars' alongside 'Feel Again', 'If I Lose Myself', 'Something I Need', 'Love Runs Out' and 'I Lived', the album entered the UK Albums Chart at #9. This deluxe edition inluces two bonus and three acoustic tracks.
Top Customer Reviews
Sure, Apologise was a mega worldwide hit, and maybe Stop and Stare drew some interest.
But really, only All The Right Moves and Good Life made some minor impact in the states and these guys should be bigger.
Their first album - Dreaming Out Loud had some fine songs, but they kinda didn't sound very unique or exciting on a lot of the tracks.
Waking Up really saw the band flourish and find a more individual sound and identity. It was too bad the album didn't break out more.
This album follows on very well from Waking Up and moves a little more boldly forward.
So, all in all, this is a fine new album from the guys and hopefully they will get more recognition. They aren't just another indie, soft-rock band peddling Coldplay-lite songs.
These guys have their own unique sound and identity and they have some really great songs.
This album is a lot more upbeat in tempo and tone, Au Revoir being the only real ballad and a stand out one at that.
More electronic influences have crept into their sound, very comfortably so too. If I Lose Myself and Feel Again - as leading singles- showed this very well .
Standouts for me- the more stripped back Counting Stars is really vibrant and toe-tappingly infectious, great opener,
I love What You Wanted and the catchy guitar riff the song is built from,
I Lived is very catchy and screams single potential - such a great song and a great message too.Read more ›
'Native' has a logical growth from the first two albums but doesn't move completely away from the signature sound of what have gave OneRepublic smash hits in the past. It's a little more 'worldy', probably due to large parts of the album being recorded in France and parts in Greece. The standout track for me was 'Burning Bridges' for its sheer ability to move me and make me wish I had written the song about my life. There's plenty more to like here though. If you love those pulsating OneRepublic beats try 'If I Lose Myself' or 'What You Wanted'.
If you're new to OneRepublic (where have you been?) I always describe them as the best bits of Coldplay with all the right bits of commercial urban music.
The deluxe version is totally worth it not only for the acoustic tracks but the very anthemic 'Life in Color'.