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  • Audio CD (April 11, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Eleven Seven Music
  • ASIN: B000EHSM8G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (138 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,051 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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With a mix of bracing riffs, deep grooves, soulful vocals and swirling harmonies, "Fifteen" which was originally issued in Japan last October showcases the guitar-driven, bluesy-rock with the hard edge the band is known for. Co-produced by Nelson with Mike Plotnikoff and Paul DeCarli, the album is filled with highlights like "Out Of Line" as well as "Sorry", a ballad co-written by Marti Frederiksen (AEROSMITH).

Buckcherry reestablish their status as one of the most raucous and delightfully dirty-minded acts in the industry today with 15, a truly bombastic rock & roll blast. Vocalist Josh Todd leads this high-energy act into battle with the colossal one-two-three punch of "So Far," "Next 2 You," and "Out Of Line," each anchored by the weighty rhythm section of drummer Xavier Muriel and bassist Jimmy Ashhurst, then elevated by the Olympian guitar attack of Keith Nelson and Stevie D. But while an appropriate levity prevails on those tracks and others--such as "Crazy Bitch," "Broken Glass," and the good time stomp "Brooklyn"--the band also find time to show a more sensitive and mature side with the hit-worthy and country-inflected "Carousel," plus the unapologetically melancholy "Sorry." If there's a fault to be found on 15 it doesn't reveal itself easily, and if there's a fault to be found with Buckcherry it is perhaps that they imbue listeners with a zest for living. But that clearly is no crime. --Jedd Beaudoin

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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WOW - REAL HARD ROCK IN THE 21st CENTURY! April 23, 2006
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Five years and three band members removed from their sloppy sophomore album, Buckcherry is back. The time spent re-charging themselves and re-filling band vacancies was definitely time well spent. Fifteen, named for the number of days it took the band to record it, is a bundle of energy and testosterone that harkens back to the stadium rock sounds of Guns N' Roses and Aerosmith.

Fifteen is an aggressive blend of southern blues and classic rock, with charismatic vocals. Replacing a drummer (Xavier Muriel), guitarist (Stevie D.), and bassist (Jimmy Ashhurst) may sound like a completely different band. It is, but in a good way. The changes are not as drastic as INXS' hiring of J.D. Fortune. Buckcherry's two founding members, Josh Todd and Keith Nelson, remain. The three new members energize the band, bringing energy and enthusiasm for the material that was absent from the last offering. Buckcherry has never sounded this solid. Tattooed lead singer, Todd's vocals have an enchantingly rambunctious quality; pulling listeners in from the first time you hear him utter a word.

Todd displays his vocal abilities proudly on "Everything". The soaring anthem's change from laid back to all out rocker allows Todd's vocals to shift from intimate to a classic stadium yowl. Strong vocals throughout the album captivate the listener from the distorted entrance of the storming "So Far" until the frantic conclusion of "Broken Glass". Thankfully, the band only slows down the party for one lighter-inducing rock ballad. "Sorry", co-written with Aerosmith's Marti Frederickson, serves up typical rock ballad material, rescued only by Josh Todd's Axl Rose quality vocals.

The album is overflowing with party music.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally April 22, 2006
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While all those pop-punk stars are whining about how hard it is to be half a man in this cruel, cruel world, Buckcherry are screwing their girlfriends. Great album
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Allow me to tell you about this CD..... October 13, 2005
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Benefit of being stationed in Japan while in the Navy? Early access to new music, such as the new Buckcherry album! After the release of Josh Todd's "solo" album, I had some trepidation about how the 3rd Buckcherry CD would turn out. I was worried that maybe they were "getting the band back together" for a final cash-in on the Buckcherry name. Well, no one needs to worry about anything because this album is *solid*. You may have heard "Crazy Bitch", as it was released online, but that will not be the first single. The strongest songs are Out Of Line, Next 2 You, Everything, Onset, and Sorry. (Sorry being a ballad, but still very good)They even toss in a cover of Pump It Up, which may just be a Japanese bonus. Keith Nelson did the production work, but sounds like it could have been handled by Rick Rubin or Bob Rock - it's that good. I know all the Buckcherry fans will be buying this album anyway, but anyone who digs solid, catchy, guitar-driven hard rock will appreciate this CD.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A Solid Rock n' Roll Album November 13, 2005
By G.Q.
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I've been a fan of Buckcherry for a while, so when I heard about "Fifteen," I obviously was overjoyed. Sadly though, it's only been released in Japan thus far, but lucky for me, I got my hands on a copy for an unbelievably small amount of money.

So how's the album shape up?

There are two ways to look at this album; from the perspective of a Buckcherry fan and from the perspective of a Rock n' Roll fan. If you're a fan of Buckcherry, you may do a bit of skipping in some of the earlier tracks to get to more of the dirty Blues-laced Trash Metal we've come accustomed to from Josh Todd and gang.

From the perspective of a Rock n' Roller looking for a good band, you may find yourself bored as the album comes to an end. From this perspective, the album seems to peak at "Crazy Bitch" and then go downhill. Tracks like "Everything," "Crazy Bitch," and "Next 2 You" are stands on the album, with other trakcs becoming toss up's to where you stand on Buckcherry.

Here's my personal rundown of the album:

1. "So Far"

A quick paced, catchy track that is a solid intro to the album. Not amazing, but it's definately a good Buckcherry track.

2. "Next 2 You"

One of my personal favorites, "Next 2 You" is catchy and delivers that Buckcherry cockiness in a solid three and a half minutes. Incredibly catchy chorus.

3. "Out Of Line"

Hard Rock hasn't sounded this good in years. It's a good track, which seems to begin the change from classic Buckcherry to a more mature sounding band. While not quite leaving dirty Rock area, it's still a enough to be noticably different.

4. "Everything"

A slower track, which old Buckcherry fans may not like that much.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
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After a five year hiatus Buckcherry are back with "15," (2006) the band's third album.

"15" doesn't sound like a radical departure from the band's self-titled debut (1999) or "Time Bomb" (2001). It's the same mix of Guns N' Roses, Black Crows, and AC/DC that so defined the band's first two albums. Founding members Keith Nelson (guitar) and Josh Todd (vocals) are in their element and do what they do best-meat-and-potatoes, kick-ass rock n' roll.

"15" isn't terribly challenging or revolutionary, but if you're not looking for Rush or Axl's upcoming epic and merely want an old-school album that rocks, "15" will do the trick.
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is the song "crazy bitch" on this cd?
Yes, but it's also on the US version of "15" which is way cheaper.
Jun 25, 2006 by ThePlayer |  See all 2 posts
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