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Baptized (Deluxe Version)

November 19, 2013 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: November 15, 2013
  • Release Date: November 15, 2013
  • Label: RCA Records Label
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  • Total Length: 55:28
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  • ASIN: B00GHA771M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (239 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,416 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

This is one of their best albums in my opinion.
Meredith
If you are a true Daughtry fan, you are going to like this album.
Jeffey A. Young
To me it sounded more like a One Direction album, very poppy.
RB737

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By JWink on November 21, 2013
Format: Audio CD
Having been a fan of Daughtry since his first album and seeing him open for Bon Jovi back then with his strong powerful voice belting out rock songs and power ballads, I looked forward to the continuation of his style of rock music. But with his fourth album, I got something different altogether. It almost sounds like he has been listening to a lot of Train, Lifehouse or Maroon 5 as I could almost confuse this album for one of those bands new release. A cross pop country sounding album more than a Daughtry rock album that I have come accustomed to. Maybe he has decided to experiment a bit or capture the Idol fans that got his start, I don't know and I won't say that this is necessarily a bad album but it also doesn't stand out as anything more than some of the same thing that we have heard from other bands such as those I have mentioned above.

In fact, I do like Waiting for Superman and Battleships and think they are the best of the album but not because it sounds like the style of Daughtry that I have heard before but more because they are decent tunes that someone like Maroon 5 could have been singing. The album overall is ok but there are some songs on there that I will definitely skip when they come up on my mp3 player. Cinderella should have stayed in fairy land and ironically Long live rock and roll is being sung about in a song that might just kill it.

I will admit that I am a bit disappointed here. I don't mind a band experimenting and doing something different but the thing here is that it doesn't sound like something new that I haven't already heard from other bands. Some of the acoustic stuff is good but please don't abandon the genre that fans like me have come to expect from you because you did it well.
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28 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Wendy Cleaves on November 20, 2013
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Oh everyone, lighten up! This is an album that is fun. Yes, it's different from his hard rock stuff, but it still has a lot to say. Do you really think Daughtry has lost his rock roots? I don't think so. He'll be back with more of that. Just give him a break and let him do something different for a change. I loved this album. I thought it was great, albeit not his usual. Daughtry seems to always have a way of finding the words to say the things we feel, but don't often define. A number of the songs on this album really struck home with me. I'm going to enjoy this venture and wait patiently for something a little harder next time.

Just a follow up after a couple of weeks of listening to this album - I think it's Daughtry's best album yet! You can actually hear his wonderful raspy voice over the music. As to the music which has received a lot of criticism - try listening with Bose headphones. There are so many layers and subtleties that make up the music on this album. I wish people would really give this album a chance before submitting negative reviews. I know it is not typical of Daughtry, but who wants to eat the same thing every day? "Broken Arrows" is my favorite Daughtry song ever!
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By J. Hoadley on November 22, 2013
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Always love Daughtry music. Just wish they would do more harder edged stuff. I think Chris has the versatility in his voice and the band has the talent to do just about anything.
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38 of 54 people found the following review helpful By John P. Baker on November 19, 2013
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Daughtry's other 3 albums have been at least kind of rockin'. After hearing all the hype about stretching the boundaries of music and how great this new album was gonna be, I pre-ordered Baptized. All I can say is I expected a rock album and what I hear is music more suited for Air Supply. If you like acoustic oriented bubblegum pop music, then you are gonna LOVE this. I hope it grows on me, that is if I can force myself to listen to it again. lol Everyone else may like this change to very dance/pop music, but it's just not for me and most of the songs even sound the same. I know all the Daughtry fans will be throwing hate my way, but i'm a Daughtry fan also. I have all the cd's, but I just don't like this and this is my review. Daughtry is a cool guy and I appreciate that he does class music without all the vulgarity that is in most of today's music. I just hope he goes back to more of a hard rock sound on the next album.
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19 of 27 people found the following review helpful By B. Fuller on November 19, 2013
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It's weirdly ironic that this album has a song entitled "Long Live Rock & Roll" when Daughtry used this album to abandon rock and roll. To be fair, there are some good songs here. I enjoyed Baptized, Wild Heart, The World We Knew and a couple others, but as others have said, there is NO need to break out that air guitar in hopes that a Renegade-type song will queue up so you can practice some air-shredding.

It seems obvious that someone like, um, Daughtry's agent, said, "We need to grow the Daughtry brand among the teenage girl set." He did warn us when he released "Superman" that he had gone a new direction. I feel the most sorry for the other guitarist in the band who will spend half of the concert tour standing dumbly in the corner.

Still, it is a decent pop album. We can only hope Daughtry and crew find the distortion knob on the amps for the next one. For a little post grunge rock that still has some rock in it, I highly recommend the recently released album from Vertical Horizon, Echoes from the Underground. It is excellent.
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