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Days Are Gone

September 30, 2013 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: September 30, 2013
  • Release Date: September 30, 2013
  • Label: Columbia
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  • Total Length: 44:07
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  • ASIN: B00FAXLCWW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (273 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,411 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

I really liked the entire album!!
Beverly Plumbtree
Amazing album, the vocals has a very unique sound making it an amazing thing to listen to.
Karun Tran
Heard them on SNL and had to hear the album - and bought it.
Maryann J. Tillson

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31 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Madeline on September 30, 2013
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2013 has been the year of Haim. From dominating the summer festival circuit to performing for prime ministers and gaining rabid fans the world over--these three sisters from California have done all of this without an official LP to their name. Now that it's finally here, it's both what I had hoped for as well as refreshingly surprising. To say that their music contains a whole host of influences is an understatement, yet the sisters ground their many influences in their sweet perfect harmonies and bouncy feel good attitude floating throughout the entire album.

The Haim sisters come from a family of accomplished musicians which makes sense as their technical skill and ability to craft songs is borderline genius. The flitting nuances and subtleties come not just from musicians who love music and can sing and play, but those who have deeply lived and breathed music their entire lives as well as exposed to an incredible range of music from birth. Thus the music has an organic and effortless appeal despite the many disparate tones which belies the tremendous talent it takes to create an album like this. Musically, this album really surprised me as it manages to both be almost immediately accessible as well as satisfying with real weight.

The first three tracks off the album make for a 1-2-3 punch of frankly some of the best pop music of 2013. "Forever" is my favorite out of the three currently, but ask me in another month or two and it might well be "The Wire" or "Falling." "If I Could Change Your Mind" has a nice r&b influence, and while upbeat is one of the more serious and emotional tracks on the album.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By robhartj on October 21, 2013
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I kept hearing about this band vaguely. At first I didn't really pay attention to them. All I heard was that they were a band of sisters who decided to start a band with the influence of their parents who enjoyed good rock music! I didn't go crazy to look into the band though. Then I heard that the sisters debut album kept Justin Timberlakes second "20/20" album from the top spot in the UK charts. That is impressive. If there's one thing I know, its that the UK usually foreshadow a groups success in the US. So I read more into the bands impressive upbringing and I heard the song "The Wire" on the radio and liked it a lot. I previewed other songs from the album on YouTube and I could not help myself, I had to get the CD. Their sound is so 80s, yet futuristic at the same time. There is even some R&B influence in there. I also agree with many people who compare them to a more modern Fleetwood Mac, the music my parents liked! So after a few good listens of this great debut album from 3 sexy, yet talented sisters, here is a track by track review.

1. Falling: The pulsing beat and guitars in this song are so relaxing yet danceable! The singing is swift and heavenly. Very sexy! Some have even compared the vocals to Michael Jackson and I can't disagree. There is something just majestic about this song. The music video really suits the feel of the song. Great song to start off this classic album! 10/10
2. Forever: The transition into this song is just clever! This really sounds like a lost 80s hit pop song! Her vocals make me melt! There is a nice guitar section in the a little over halfway that leads into one of the most infectious bridges I've ever heard in any song in recent memory.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Natalie B on November 24, 2013
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These three sisters from Southern Califonia are straight up musicians! They write and play everything themselves, and it is crazy how talented they are. Expect percussion-driven pop rock, a lot of which sounds like it could be from the 80s thanks to the use of the synth. I find myself choosing a new favorite song every time I listen to Days Are Gone, but some of the definite stand out tracks are "Forever," "If I Could Change Your Mind," "Don't Save Me," "Falling," "The Wire," "Go Slow".. okay I'm just naming every track. The point is, do yourself a favor and buy this album. TODAY!!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Josh Mosqueda on October 30, 2013
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It takes a certain kind of person to enjoy Haim, but the ones who do should absolutely love them! Their talent and energy levels are through the roof, and together they make intense, unique music. Please see them live if you have a chance! They are one of the best bands I've ever seen live.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Andre S. Grindle TOP 1000 REVIEWER on October 15, 2013
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One of the critical factors I've observed in a lot of things having to do with a retro 1980's pop production in contemporary music is generational awkwardness. While that type of production attitude is becoming more and more appealing these days,many people born in the late 80's and beyond simply hadn't developed that well rounded musical 60's/70's flavor that made 80's songwriting so vital: if one strips all the electronics and other instrumentation away,was there really strong singing and song craft underneath? Honestly? It's been somewhat hit and miss with the modern appropriation of the 80's sound. Este,Danielle and Alana Haim,natives of LA have had somewhat an advantage because the musical world and industry around them is so diverse and fluid-just about every style imaginable and record labels from indie to major to pick up on any talent with something to say. In the case of the Haim sisters,they got snagged up by Columbia. Working with two producers in Ariel Rechtshaid and James Ford-both adept in producing big name stars and more indie oriented acts these sisters-already a promising based on their debut EP,were off to the races on their full length debut.

"Falling" starts out the album with a wonderfully upbeat dance/pop number that's fluid enough to have a strong pop/rock flavor and keep up a slick funky groove. "Forever" adds a more upfront bass line to the sound as well a mild ska influenced rhythm that adds to the deeper groove and thick vocal choruses whereas "The Wire" adds a strong shuffling rhythm to their basic dancable pop uptempo sound"If I Could Change Your Mind","Don't Save Me" and "Days Are Gone"-co-written by the very talented Jessie Ware all follow that same funky dance/pop flavor to them-and emerge as superb examples of the albums strengths.
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