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Category: Modern Hard Rock
Label: 19 Music / RCA
Catalog Number: 88697-54008-2
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Chris Daughtry vocals, guitar|
Brian Craddock guitar
Josh Steely guitar
Josh Paul bass
Joey Barnes drums
Phil X additional guitars
Aubrey Haynie fiddle
Howard Benson keyboards, programming
Jamie Muhoberac keyboards
Michito Sanchez percussion
Vince Gill guest vocals on "Tennessee Line"
|1. ||You Don't Belong ||4:00|
|2. ||No Surprise ||4:29|
|3. ||Every Time You Turn Around ||3:39|
|4. ||Life After You ||3:26|
|5. ||What I Meant to Say ||3:09|
|6. ||Open Up Your Eyes ||4:19|
|7. ||September ||4:00|
|8. ||Ghost of Me ||3:38|
|9. ||Learn My Lesson ||3:50|
|10. ||Supernatural ||3:38|
|11. ||Tennessee Line ||4:37|
|12. ||Call Your Name ||4:01|
|13. ||Get Me Through Tour edition bonus track ||3:44|
|14. ||What Have We Become Tour edition bonus track ||3:47|
|15. ||One Last Chance Tour edition bonus track ||3:40|
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|Total Running Time:|| 57:57|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: September 16, 2009 at 9:34|
||Date: September 22, 2009 at 17:58|
|"Wookie," you are high! Daughtry is great. They are one of the only few bands putting out straight ahead rock and roll; something direly missing in today's music.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: September 22, 2009 at 18:17|
|They sound like Creed playing Bon Jovi songs.
||Date: September 26, 2009 at 4:55|
|Doghouse, thank you, I was looking for a way to decribe the drivel this turd plays...that describes it perfectly...and I like Bon Jovi, or used to anyway. Doug, if you think that is "straight ahead rock" I feel sorry for you.
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
|From: Blue Charvel
||Date: September 26, 2009 at 19:25|
|Yeah I'd be lying if I said there was no modern influence in this but the bottom line for me is it's got a shitload of hooks, and I like it. But I liked some Creed too, what can ya do. :-)
||Date: September 28, 2009 at 11:51|
|I stand behind Blue Charvel!
||Date: September 29, 2009 at 22:46|
|Not as good as the last effort and lacks the creativity. Just a few good songs. 68/100
||Date: October 11, 2009 at 23:25|
|Very good disc, but maybe a few too many ballads this time round? Like Doug says, this is good solid commercial rock. The single, 'No surprise' is still one of my favourite songs, along with the killer rocker 'Ghost Of Me' (man I wish there were more like this on the CD) and 'Supernatural' is also great. Good disc, not sure if I prefer this or the debut to be honest.
||Date: October 24, 2009 at 10:12|
|This is a great follow up to the first record. 80/100
||Date: October 28, 2009 at 13:21|
|I became a Chris Daughtry fan while watching American Idol (stop snickering, my wife made me...blowjobs were involved, that's all I'm sayin') and thought the debut was really good. Not convinced this sophmore effort is in quite the same league, but if it ain't, it's not missing the mark by much. This is high-quality modern hard rock, done with big production and even bigger hooks, just the way it should be. A couple of clunkers ("Tennessee Line"...what the hell was he thinking?) but overall, this is a great CD for just popping in the car stereo while you're cruising around town.
|From: Photochromic Steve
||Date: January 22, 2010 at 17:37|
|They sound an awful lot like The Calling, with a dash of Matchbox 20 to me.
||Date: September 3, 2010 at 11:37|
|This kind of commercial crap will never light my day. That's why I will never find anything positive to say about this unnecessary cow droppings.
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