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  • Audio CD (May 1, 2000)
  • Original Release Date: October 31, 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Geffen
  • ASIN: B000050HZO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (629 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,247 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Hanging By A Moment
2. Sick Cycle Carousel - Lifehouse
3. Unknown
4. Somebody Else's Song
5. Trying
6. Only One
7. Simon
8. Cling And Clatter
9. Breathing
10. Quasimodo
11. Somewhere In Between
12. Everything

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No Name Face is an auspicious debut from a band seemingly made to rule the airwaves. The insinuating melodies that mark Lifehouse's radio-friendly sound are not unlike those of matchbox twenty or Live in their softer moments. From the first single, "Hanging by a Moment," to the emotive and uplifting "Quasimodo" and the wonderful "Trying" (think Crowded House at their lilting best), Lifehouse are self-possessed and focused. Young singer-songwriter Jason Wade (the son of two ministers) imbues Lifehouse's vibe with a spiritual quality that's never heavy-handed, delivering the goods with the authority of an experienced troubadour. No Name Face may be a first offering from a young band, but it looks to signal the beginning of an estimable career. --Katherine Turman

Customer Reviews

It is one of the best albums I have ever heard.
Mark T. Brody
Usually when I buy a CD, there is always a few tracks that I don't like, but to be honest, on this cd, I listened to and LOVED every single song.
Lila
Lead singer Jason Wade has a very spiritual way of writing songs and his voice is deep, warm and carries every song beautifully.
Bruno Mertens

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197 of 203 people found the following review helpful By Matt Paproth on January 27, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I first heard these guys during an episode of Roswell, during which the song 'Everything' played in the final scene. I remembered seeing the cover of the CD in a record store and went out the next day and bought it.
Unlike most of the people writing reviews here, I had never heard 'Hanging By a Moment' when I bought the album. As you can tell by the five stars, I am incredibly glad I did.
I can't imagine anyone NOT liking this album - honestly, it is a collection of 12 incredibly good songs. In trying to choose my favorites, I find it nearly impossible to mention one or two and slight the others.
Hanging is a great radio track, but, in my opinion, one of the weaker tracks on the disc. Track 2, Sick Cycle Carroussel, is really an amazing song -- the kind that will never be released but is the reason you love an album. The same can be said for The Unknown, track 3, which is wonderful (but one of my least favorites). The quality picks up as we reach track 4- Somebody Else's Song, a good pick for the second song released. It would put similar-sounding track by Creed or Bush to shame. Trying is the fifth song, the softest song on the album and just incredible if you're in the right mood for it. If you like to feel 'moved' by a song, Trying is the one to do it. Only One is the sixth song - another great rock song. Midtempo, and, like all these songs, fully fleshed out. You never feel that the potential of the song was unrealized. They wring everything possible out of each melody.
In the second half of the album, the quality continues. Simon, track 7, is in the same category as Sick Cycle - one of the album's best, but not the kind you'd hear on the radio. I absolutely love this song. Song 8 is a bit harder sounding - if you like Hanging, you should love this song.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Just-a-girl on July 2, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is only the second CD that I've purchased that gave me chills and brought tears on the first listen. These songs penetrate straight to your soul, to the questions and issues that are most pressing on your heart. Faith, love, sadness, confusion, hope...it's all here. The vocals are perfect with that new alternative sound, and the choruses have some incredibly inspiring lyrics. Here's an example:
"There goes my pain
There goes my chains
Did you see them falling?
There goes the world off of my shoulders
There goes the world off of my back
There it goes."
These songs remind me of the spiritual things that sometimes get lost in life. They are the perfect combination of catchy music and beautiful writing that will last for years in my collection. I highly recommend purchasing this album! You will find these tunes in your head all of the time, and it's hard to resist from taking the CD out to the car, then back inside just to keep listening.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By karen mulhern on November 3, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Jason Wade (vox, guitar) and Ron Aniello (producer) are the incredible songwriting team that is Lifehouse. Aniello's previous credits include a partnership with Jude Cole, known in industry circles as one of the best pop music writers and major soundtrack contributor. With Cole as manager, Aniello as producer and Wade as frontman, I predict No Name Face will bring Lifehouse much recognition.
Centered mid album, Trying (track 5) might be described as the band's signature song. An acoustic intro gives rise to Wade's soft yet gravelly, restrained yet emotive vocals. Next, send in a cello, more strings, then the lovely voice of kendall payne backing the first chorus; enter drums on verse 2, more strings, louder guitar, then keyboards with a chorus of backing vocals. The bridge that follows is simply beautiful--Wades sings "Well I haven't got it all figured out just yet" with an authenticity you can feel. This song, and others on this debut cd, pay homage to the universal fear of never quite realizing one's dreams, be they people, places,or shapes of the heart.
There are no weak tracks on No Name Face. Even the heavier songs are tempered by a unique mesh of acoustic elements. The lyrics are intelligent with a central theme of "i'm not quite there yet, but I know where I'm going" Buy this cd, and go along for the ride.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By A music fan on January 30, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I bought this CD because 'Hanging by a Moment,' reawakened in me a sense that true rock music was still alive. In an era of sickly sweet pop delivered by boy bands and teen princesses and acidic, cacauphonic noise produced by artists like Limp Bizkit and Kid Rock, it is on this music that I hang my hopes for rock. That this is Lifehouse's first major label album is simply amazing. It is a wonderful CD wtih a sound that you would expect from a seasoned band, not a newcomer.
It's an incredible CD with many absolute gems. Their first single, 'Hanging by a Moment' is no fluke. With great cuts such as 'Sick Cycle Carousel,' 'Only One,' 'Simon,' 'Breathing,' and 'Somewhere in Between,' to mention only a few, it seems as though Lifehouse is destined for greatness with their brand of poetry with a rock guitar. The lyrics are stunning. This is music with heart and soul and you can feel it when you listen to it. Jason Wade's voice has a unique quality to it, unmistakable, soothing, and rough at the same time, it creates an almost hypnotizing effect. Their sound is very different from Everclear's, but like that band, I believe that Lifehouse will come forward as purveyors of great rock music in our time.
If you liked the feel of Matchbox20's 'Yourself...' or Third Eye Blind's self titled debut, or the honest, emotional storytelling of Everclear, you can't go wrong with Lifehouse's 'No Name Face.'
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