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Transit Of Venus
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2012 release, the fourth album form the multi-platinum selling and award-winning Canadian band. Three Days Grace embarks on new creative ground with Transit Of Venus, recording for the first time with acclaimed producer Don Gilmore (Linkin Park, Hollywood Undead, Bullet for My Valentine), at Revolution Studios in Toronto. Neil Sanderson of Three Days Grace comments on the musical direction of the album: "We went for a tighter, more articulated sound on this record. The music we were writing was a little more intricate than in the past, and we've been experimenting with new instruments. We wanted to present these new ideas concisely without going over-the-top in ambience and overall production.
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After listening to Transit of venus for the past few months I can say that its a decent album with a slightly different direction to their previous ablums and because of this it comes just short of my original expectations. This "new" type of music for TDG isn't exactly a bad thing its just not really what I had come to love. The passion and feel of their past work doesn't really seem to make an appearance in this album. One could argue that some of the past albums (One-X in particular with X-Lead Singer Adam Gontier issues) had heavy influences from situations that were occuring from real life experiences, enhancing the feel of the album/s. And perhaps this album lacks that "drive"? I wouldn't say that an album needs personal stuggle to make it good but you can tell a person deeply cares about their music even more so than normal when they're going through and coming out the other side of a bad situation.
Anyway, for me the album didn't really have a heavy hitting memorable song within it. Songs like "Never Too Late", "One" and "I Hate Everything About You" really stick in my mind and are fairly concrete in my top songs list. Nothing really stood out in Transit of Venus most of the song were good but plain with a couple of fairly lacking ones within it. If I had to pick a favorite song it would most likely be "Anonymous" as it has a aspects of the TDG I loved.
Anyone who has listened to TDG's old albums will hopefully see where this is coming from. All in all if you are open to different types of music and enjoyed their previous work then sure go for this album! I did enjoy the album, its just I wanted more than it offered.
This album is excellent, and could be perfect without a mickael jackson's song in the middle,and i really don't know why!
Three days for ever!!!
It seems a little brighter and happier than their previous albums, the message being more philosophical, but it's intense rather than superficial. Any TDG fan will love this album, you can really see how their music's evolved (but don't worry, the usual style is still very much there). My only complaint is the lack of a song that really jumped out at me, that had me listening to it for days on end, but instead there's several pretty good ones that I kept jumping between. It's an all-rounder rather than an album created to accompany one great hit. That can be a good or a bad thing depending on your opinion.
It's in a cardboard case which is nice but a little hard to get the disc out of if you're not careful.
If you like TDG you should get this if only to continue the collection.
The sound is much like that on Life Starts Now and less like their older albums. -Yeah, they've grown softer, but they still create some awesome songs.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Extremely fast delivery and the whole case and disc had no scratches in the slightest. Very pleased with this.Published 14 months ago by Elise Mosley
Great album (as expected from Three Days Grace!). Took me a little while to get used to the songs but I now love it just as much as any of their older albumsPublished 17 months ago by Joss 'Lemon'
The weakest of all their albums, sadly not as good as their previous records.Published 23 months ago by kirsty
This really grows on you. My favourite tracks are Happiness and Expectations, but they weren't when I first heard them- so if you've listened to some of the songs once and didn't... Read morePublished on 23 Aug. 2014 by T KEEN