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Hate Yourself Change

4.8 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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2005 album from guitar driven Bright Eyes collaborators.

About the Artist

Neva Dinova has been through several incarnations since 1992, when guitarist and vocalist Jake Bellows and bassist Heath Koontz began writing songs and performing. Its current lineup includes Bellows and Koontz, guitarists Mike Kratky and Tim Haes (who have been with the band since 1999), and drummer Rodger Lewis (who joined in 2003)

Sonically, the presence of three guitarists has allowed for rapid development of the band's trademark sound, marked by swirling countermelodies and assorted textures. It is around this musical fabric that Bellows' poetry-based lyrics are centered. Experiments in ambient sound give the songs impact, while the melody and lyrics act as tethers to reality, driving each songs direction and purpose.

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 8, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sidecho Records
  • ASIN: B00079HZWK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #405,226 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Matt Stephens on February 17, 2005
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I've followed this band for a while now, yet all of the CDs I've ended up buying by them have been collections of very good songs with mildly interesting ones sprinkled in throughout. Hate Yourself Change is different. Every song grabs you and makes you want to hear it again, just to make sure you heard it right. This CD really shows Neva Dinova's musical maturity, yet not losing any of that personal feeling to the music that makes you like them in the first place. Two of my favorites from the album would have to be "Can't Wait to See You" and "She Can't Change". "She Can't Change" really lays their band's composition open at the end, when they slow it down and then build back up, showing their instrumental layers as they layer three guitar parts and then the drums and it really catches hold of you. This album is a big step, very accessible and the ending makes you want more.
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I'm not gonna go on and on about how perfect this album is. Anyone that has listened to it knows exactly what I mean when I say it is "melodramotically exceptional."

I heard it playing overhead in a music store and was instantly hooked. From the slow, to the catchy, each song will make you reflect on life's circumstances.

Do not expect an instrumentally complex album. It's simple, but very effective. The lyrics are, deep, rich and emotional...be prepared, this album will break your heart, then make you smile.

Mark
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I'm definitely glad to buy this and anything being put out by Jake Bellows or Neva Dinova. Easily one of my favorites, even though they don't have as much recognition as they should.
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I got this album before it came out in stores and really just sat down and listened to it last night. This album got me from the start with the acoustic opener. From then on, the album keeps building and building and the music just flows so easily and every song is emotionally charged. "Yellow Datsun" is probably the most upbeat on the album and is an instant earcatcher. The last song ends with a chorus of telling the world it sucks. I felt like, damn, what the hell, and then he comes back in to say, just kidding, i love you world, which leaves you with a smile.
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This album helped me get into the grove of this surprisingly under-known band. One would think that after their ep with Bright Eyes, their new release would do very well, but i have found that many people just dont know about them. I suggest buying both of their albums, but you may have to listen to them a few times to really get a feel for them, which will then make you fall in love with their very distinct style.
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