Dreaming Out Loud
 : Dreaming Out Loud

by: OneRepublic

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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0602517507197
Item Dimensions: 4749222559
Label: Interscope
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Interscope
Model: 3380358
MPN: 3036068
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Interscope
Release Date: November 20, 2007
Studio: Interscope

Disc 1:
  1. Say (All I Need)
  2. Mercy
  3. Stop And Stare
  4. Apologize
  5. Goodbye, Apathy
  6. All Fall Down
  7. Tyrant
  8. Prodigal
  9. Won't Stop
  10. All We Are
  11. Someone To Save You
  12. Come Home
  13. Apologize
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
2007 debut album from the band that was, just prior to signing with Interscope, the #1 unsigned band on Myspace's Top Artist charts. Now, they are ready to take on the world. Features the Timbaland collaboration 'Apologize, which is also the album's first single.
If, like most of the pop-listening public, you heard Timbaland's chart-topping remix of OneRepublic's single "Apologize" before you heard the original, you may be mildly confused about what kind of music the band makes. Timabaland's signature electronic swizzles and "eh-eh-eh"s leave the impression that OneRepublic is a style-heavy outfit a la Maroon 5, but frontman Ryan Tedder's plaintive words and woebegone themes don't fall far from forerunners Keane, Coldplay, and the Fray. Dreaming Out Loud chisels away at the dichotomy. "Apologize," stripped of its swizzles, is a gorgeous modern rock song made all the more gorgeous by the urgency in Tedder's striking, unscuffed voice, and a lot of the songs on this record stack up similarly. Which is to say that, although tracks like "Tyrant" and opener "Say (All I Need)" wrap themselves around some seriously stylish production, substance is really this band's thing. A piano played by turns ferociously and tenderly drives the point home, and so do some choice lyrics; if you are inclined to choke up at feelings laid bare, check out "Goodbye, Apathy" and "Come Home" at your own risk. --Tammy La Gorce

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