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Who We Are
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by: Lifehouse


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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0602517359055
Feature: Lifehouse Who We Are CD
Format: CD-ROM
Item Dimensions: 3955920496
Label: Geffen
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Geffen
Model: 2312068
MPN: 915302
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: June 19, 2007
Publisher: Geffen
Release Date: June 19, 2007
Studio: Geffen

Features:
  • Lifehouse Who We Are CD



Disc 1:
  1. Disarray
  2. First Time
  3. Whatever It Takes
  4. Who We Are
  5. Broken
  6. The Joke
  7. Easier To Be
  8. Make Me Over
  9. Mesmerized
  10. Bridges
  11. Learn You Inside Out
  12. Storm
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Lifehouse is singer-guitarist Jason Wade, drummer Rick Woolstenhulme and bassist-singer Bryce Soderberg. These three guys are a hit making machine!

Jason Wade proved himself a gifted songwriter with Lifehouse's first record, 2000's multiplatinum No Name Face, which spawned the #1 hit "Hanging by a Moment." Calling that song a hit, however, is a bit of an understatement as "Hanging by a Moment" was the most-played song of 2001.

Stanley Climbfall, the band's Top 10 follow-up, was released in 2002.

2005 saw the release of their third album simply titled Lifehouse which included the undeniable hit #1 multi-format hit "You And Me" and kept the band out on the road touring for over a year.

With Who We Are, Lifehouse takes another evolutionary step making an upbeat album full of potential hits sure to please fans and make new ones.

Amazon.com:
Who We Are is another set of rousing anthems from this reflective trio. On their fourth full-length, the Los Angeles three-piece sets the template for a harder-rocking effort with dynamic opener "Disarray," in which singer/guitarist Jason Wade admits he doesn't know where he's going, but "wouldn't have it any other way." The band rocks even harder on album highlight "The Joke," a song inspired by a real-life suicide. It's a risk that pays off, although the lyrics almost make the subject seem more defiant than regretful. Throughout the record, Rick Woolstenhulme's drums sound like they're cranked up to 11--not that there's anything wrong with that (Bryce Soderberg holds his own on bass). In other words, the music isn't shy (or subtle), but Wade's words read more like questions than answers. Granted, closing number "Storm," with Rocco DeLuca on organ, brings things to a gentle close, but most tracks follow in the over-sized footsteps of post-grunge precursors, like Live and Stone Temple Pilots. Then again, as Abigail Van Buren used to say, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." If Lifehouse ever find what they're looking for, to paraphrase yet another sage, they may as well pack it in. --Kathleen C. Fennessy



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