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listen  5. I Lost Everything TodayRA 3:19$0.99  Buy MP3 
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 21, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Republic
  • ASIN: B0009S2TFW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #177,895 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

Ra is back with their sophomore album that features the single 'Fallen Angels'. Universal. 2005.

Customer Reviews

Every song is great, really no weak tracks.
H. Clifton
I was an extremely big fan of Ra's first cd, "Frome One", it got contstant play time, at times it was the only thing i wanted to listen to.
Cleaver
Ra has an unbelievable unique sound and their lyrics are, for the most part, very thought provoking and well written.
G. Kraemer

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Moscatello on July 22, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Now I never really got into Ra's first cd for some reason-it just didn't sink in."Fallen angels" came into my life in about April and I knew it was then that RA's new CD was gonan be mind blowing-it was by far the catchiest rock track I had heard so far this year, other than "Remedy" by Seether.So out comes the CD, after having heard not a single second of any other cut...and I'm floored.I PROMISE you there is not one bad song on here..even the two intro thingys are cool (the CD is divided into the "fear" and "love" sides...hence the song titles for each section)."Fallen Angels" was a great standout and good foot forward for the disc."Tell Me" is mind boggling in its goodness, "Take me Away" is infectious as it gets, "I lost Everything today" shows off Sahaj's true vocal talent."The Only One" has sort of an early 90's feel to it.Of course, there is the cover of Sting's "every Little thing she does is magic", which is absolutely fabulous."Far enough" follows and is easily one of my favorites just catchy and hooky as hell.Now seriously, I am beating the crap out of this CD in my stereo but it doesn't bore me...ever.Not once have i told someone to skip a song or pop in a new disc whent his one is on.A TRUE MODERN ROCK MASTERPIECE-THIS IS RA...THIS IS ART...THIS IS PERFECTION
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Laplante on May 15, 2008
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This CD is spectacular from start to finish. If it were marketed well, this could have been huge and Ra would be a new major force in the Rock world. Unfortunately, this CD was not promoted AT ALL. It makes me sick that excellent artists and records do poorly because of lack of promotion while inferior artists get promoted to the masses and are extremely successful. In my opinion, that is a major reason why the record industry is dying a slow death. Maybe these big industry moguls that put millions of dollars behind Kid Rock and Nickleback should reevaluate their music taste and look at talented bands like Ra, Dream Theater, and Alterbridge, just to name a few.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Charles J. J. Miller on January 4, 2007
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I've been into Ra since they came out with From One a few years ago - since I first heard "Do You Call My Name" on the radio, I was hooked. That CDs probably towards the top of my list just in terms of how much I listened to it.

That being said, I haven't had Duality for long. I actually only knew it was out after I saw them perform at Locobazooka last summer. It was pretty much the next CD I bought, and it does not fail to deliver.

Like on their first CD, Ra continues to play interesting, unique music, backed up by Sahaj's amazing vocals. A friend of mine once said "you know a band is great when they have their own sound - when you can hear them and instantly recognize them, even if you don't know them well." I've always believed this, and for Ra, it's certainly true. They have a very distinctive, unique sound, and that is something which is becoming increasingly hard to find in the music industry these days.

Put simply, Duality is incredible. It starts off with a semi-odd track of a man talking which segues into "Fallen Angels," a hard hitting song that sets the tone for the rest of the album. This CD stays strong towards the middle and end, and doesn't get boring. Especially interesting on this CD (to those of use that remember this song) is Ra's cover of "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic." It's well done, and puts a smile on my face every time I listen to this album.

Overall, this is a great CD that doesn't fail to disappoint. For those of you that haven't heard Ra, this is great for fans of Pulse Ultra, Chevelle, Memento, and old Incubus.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ryan on July 6, 2005
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The second release by RA picks up right where their 1st album left off. The songs are sophisticated musically, lyrically, vocally, and production wise. I don't think there is another band out there that can make heavy music sound this melodic. The compositions and production of the songs are very well thought out and the vocal harmonies are superb. Plus the songs are almost overly infectious. Plain and simple, RA is a damn good band! But....

In spite of all this I have one big dissapointment with this band and this current album. Their songs are too formulamatic (is this a word???) Every song is basically between 3 to 4 minutes in length and follows the same V-C-V-C-B-C formula. In my opinion RA is the modern metal equivilent to Collective Soul (I have the same complaint about CS.) I think that if RA reached out and crafted songs that ranged in the 4-6 minute range maybe with even the occassional 7-8 minute song their popularity would rival bands such as Dream Theater, Queensryche, and other more sophisticated melodic metal acts of the last 15 years. Right now I think their music is too forgettable and doesn't seem to capture me at a deeper muscial level but certainly the potential is there.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By El Pollo Volando on November 21, 2005
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Okay, I have figured out why some people don't like Ra. The answer is, some people don't have ears. I firmly believe that anyone is entitled to his or her opinion, but I've seen a lot of people on here who seem to be cutting Ra down simply to be different. That having been said...

I really love this album. I appreciate the work that Ra puts into their music. Sahaj's vocals are exceptionally unique, the only way that my friends and I have been able to describe what listening to him sing is to liken it to flying. It's airy and fluid, making you feel like you're looking down on the rest of the world.

I also appreciate the fact that this band can actually PLAY their instruments. There are too many bands nowadays who decide that just pounding away on the drums as fast as they can and ripping on their guitars as loud as they can will be sufficient. Ra is different. They have enough respect for music to take their time and put all of their love and thought into what they create.

This album, like their first, is superb. I think that their cover of "Every Little Thing She Does is Magic" is one of the best I've ever heard. It follows in the footsteps of Disturbed's cover of "Land of Confusion" and Metallica's treatment of "Turn the Page." This has truly become a new song. I also recommend listening to (of course along with the rest of this album)"Fallen Angels." It will make you feel as though you can see Sahaj singing these heartfelt and powerful lyrics.

So, in short, buy this album. You will not be disappointed.
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