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  • Audio CD (August 10, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Wind-Up Records
  • ASIN: B0002IU988
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (353 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #124,791 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Find The Real
2. One Day Remains
3. Open your Eyes
4. Burn It Down
5. Metalingus
6. Broken Wings
7. In Loving Memory
8. Down To My Last
9. Watch Your Words
10. Shed My Skin
11. The End Is Here

Editorial Reviews

Alter Bridge is: Vocals: Myles Kennedy Guitar: Mark Tremonti Bass: Brian Marshall Drums: Scott Phillips The evolution of Mark Tremonti, Scott Phillips & Brian Marshall as artists is marked with the debut of Alter Bridge. After selling 28 million albums, these members of Creed have chosen to pursue new creative directions. The band saw countless industry accolades, two # 1 albums & played to more than four million fans live. Guitarist, songwriter Mark Tremonti states, "I have decided to move on & explore new territory. With this line-up in place, we really have created something that can best be described as true." The band features Tremonti, alongside drummer Scott Phillips & bassist Brian Marshall, with the addition of Myles Kennedy, formerly of the Mayfield Four, serving as the act's frontman. Tremonti's search for a vocalist began in late 2003. "I knew Myles was a great singer from when the Mayfield Four opened for Creed in 1998," Tremonti recalls. "No one matched Myles' voice & passion -I knew he was the guy. Then he came down to rehearse with us in Orlando, & everything just clicked with all four of us. As we were running through the songs, the future fell into place before our eyes." The name Alter Bridge comes from a long-standing bridge near Tremonti's childhood home in Detroit, which was often regarded as a boundary to the children in surrounding neighborhoods; beyond it was uncharted territory. The small bridge epitomized "choice" & "the unknown" for Tremonti. While there remains a sense of familiarity amongst Tremonti, Phillips & Marshall, there is a natural level of excitement that is evoked from what is new, & ultimately unknown, about the future- they are truly starting a new chapter in their lives. Tremonti notes, "It's a new road ahead of us, but the essence of this band is organic & honest rock n' roll. The music is driven by melody & instrumentation. It is all about fun, & if it weren't, I doubt any of us would be committed to the new band to the level that we are." Alter Bridge's debut album One Day Remains was produced by Ben Grosse (Filter, Sevendust).

Customer Reviews

Alter Bridge is a great band that plays great music.
Colin
This is the first CD that i BOUGHT with just knowing ONE song...and i like the ENTIRE ALBUM!
Mook
It has a very catchy chorus, great guitar solo, and great background vocals toward the end.
B. Gilbertson

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By sbrozo on January 29, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I am so glad I found this CD. The music is very emotional, very powerful! There are some harder music too, but I enjoy the more ballad type of songs: "Open Your Eyes" is the top song, right up there with the best Rock band ballads. Then the songs "Broken Wings", "Down To My Last," "Shed My Skin," and "In Loving Memory" just make me feel good everytime I listen to them. One of my favorite more heavier rock songs is "Burn It Down." However, "Mentalingus" is everything a rock song should be, and I think it should of had grammy consideration!! Also, I am sure the people that prefer the more heavy rock will call out of few of the other songs!

Just a great all around album, I can't wait for their next album!! I may even prefer this album more than the Creed albums...and that is saying something because Creed was great!! Scott has a fantastic voice, but Myles is right up there with him and beyond. I think if you like Creed, you more than likely will like Alter Bridge too!!!
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76 of 95 people found the following review helpful By K. Sullivan VINE VOICE on December 1, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I was disappointed when I heard that Creed had broken up because their music was very good (whatever may be said about some of the distractions with either their popularity or "good guy" image). When I heard that the "band" and Stapp would each be coming out with new albums, I was eager to hear what they had to offer. Whatever the future may hold for Stapp, and I am not terribly optimistic, Alter Bridge's "One Day Remains" is simply a phenomenal rock record.

The new lead singer, Myles Kennedy, is a top-quality vocalist. I think that was a problem with Creed. I enjoyed Stapp's lyrics - I found them deeply emotional, personal, and meaningful. But Stapp was not a remarkable vocal talent. He had the baritone sound embraced in the 90's and 00's, but he was not a powerful singer. He was better in the studio where he could get help. Often his live vocals were subpar. He didn't have much range. Goodness knows the same cannot be said for Kennedy. He has a tremendous voice. His range is out of this world. He is a fantastic lead for the band. I read some other reviewers complaining about his "ohs" and the like. I actually find it appealing that, as the others play their instruments, he uses his voice in similar fashion. That seems like what being a vocalist is all about (not that he doesn't play guitar as well).

Aside from the vocals, Tremonti's guitar has never sounded better. The same can be said for the rest of the guys. While the lyrics are very good, I do feel they are a little weaker than Stapp's. Nonetheless I think Tremonti did quite well in his own right.

The band recorded a good balance of hard rocking tunes and more melodic pieces (which are often my favorites: "Open Your Eyes", "Down to My Last", "Shed My Skin", and "The End is Near").
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Kunkle on August 10, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Finally a rock band splits up and 3/4ths of the band actually produce a recommendable, quality, and actually down right rockin' album! Lead singer Myles Kennedy makes you listen and say to yourself Scott who? Kennedy can be described simply as Chris Cornell meets Ian Thornley. The resemblence to the Audioslave frontman is erie on "Find the Real", "Broken Wings", "Shed My Skin", and "The End is Near". Of course the anthem song of the album is "Open Your Eyes"...a song that sends chills up your spine and motivates you to take on the world! As far as the rest of the band, former Creed members Mark Tremonti, Brian Marshall, and Scott Phillips are stellar and actually turn it up a notch from their previous performances. If you want to know what Soundgarden meets Creed on steroids is like, buy the album...you won't be disappointed!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By presypclhs on January 2, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I'll admit, I was a bit skeptical of how this band would work, as the most memorable part of Creed had always been the vocals. Sure, Scott Stapp is not an especially strong vocalist, the studio does a good job of cleaning up his voice and covering up the weaknesses. In fact, Stapp is notorious for giving some of the worst live performanes in the past 10 year, including one time where a vast majority of the audience asked for their money back. Fortunately, however, Alter Bridge had put together an exremely pleasing album. Myles Kennedy's voice has grown on me, and Mark Tremonti puts on a guitar clinic. Some of his solo's are absolutely execeptional.

The songs:

Find the Real -- A strong opening track which gives the listener a good impression of how this album is going to go: Kennedy shows off his range, while Tremonti shows how capable of a guitarist he really is. The drumming fits in perfectly with the guitar, although the bass is a bit lost in the mix. 5/5

One Day Remains -- The title track is just as strong as the opening track. Kennedy's range has increased even further. Also, the bass is used perfectly. This is one of the best tracks on the album. 5/5

Open Your Eyes -- The album is still going strong with "Open Your Eyes". Kennedy's voice is fairly calm until the very end of the song, when it really explodes. The lyrics are a little repetitive, which is Alter Bridge's biggest problem on this album. Also, a good thirty seconds of the song is devoted to Kennedy going "ooooooooooh" over and over again. If the time was cut in half, it would fit in nicely, but the song picks up again after some nice guitar. 4.5/5

Burn it Down -- This track showcases what is probably the best lyrics on the album.
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