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on March 24, 2015
This is an upbeat joshua. An experimental album that is fun to listen to. I am really shocked by some of the negative comments because I really think this is one of his best. I think joshua heard you loud and clear because after this he's gone back to his slow whisper style. I think he even mentioned in his concert that he was not exactly pleased with this recording or at least implied it. These songs are very catchy and a recording I can listen to with my top down in the sunshine rather than under the moonlight in the rain like his prior and after recordings.
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on November 6, 2010
This is my first exposure to Joshua Radin. I'd heard his name bantered about, but haven't checked him out before this. I finally clicked here and listened to his latest CD. So without yet hearing his earlier CDs, let me say that I love this one. I'm a huge fan of acoustic music, so I'm guessing I'm going to also love his earlier stuff, but I totally enjoy the variety of the songs here -- the upbeat ones, the slower ones, the ones with more of a "band" sound. Very beautiful. I bought it right away and will now go check out his earlier work.
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on November 30, 2010
Good effort, but Joshua Radin is no rockstar. Radin has a special vocal and lyrical gift that speaks to a very particular soft spot in your heart. It's something most singer-songwriters can only dream of having. He should use what he has and run with it. Instead, this album tries so hard to be something it just cannot be. Anyone could have written and recorded this in their garage with their buddies who are musicians by night and accountants by day. I'm totally disappointed and confused. Mr. Radin, "Know Thyself".
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on October 22, 2010
I loved this cd! I love all the old songs and the slower more laid back style, but the new up-beat songs are great too. Joshua has a great voice and can carry any style and I like the change. The old syle is still in this cd too. I have loved him since hearing him on Grey's Anatomy years ago and he just keeps getting better. You also get a concert dvd with a mix and new and old songs that is really good. Would love to see him in concert. Can't wait for his next cd, no matter what style.
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on January 9, 2015
I have no idea why so many reviewers are thrashing this CD. Yes it's different but it still has the foundation of great song writing and great vocals. I like this Cd very much it has to be listened to with an open mind, not expecting the usual Joshua. It's a lot better than than that junk that Ed Sheeran: X put out that everybody gave 5 stars. This is not all acoustic music but very good none the less. It's good to veer out of your comfort zone every now and then.
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on December 3, 2012
I love Joshua Radin's earlier albums and the stripped down acoustic sound he's known for. This is a definite departure from that vein and it took me a couple listens to love it. The bigger sound still suits his amazing voice and this album is now one of my favorites of his. Artists are always evolving and hopefully he doesn't lose his quieter side but I think Joshua Radin has just found another sound to add to his amazing talents.
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on December 3, 2013
Just have to say that this is an excellent album. It is so funny reading the other reviews that slam this album for not being Joshua Radin. In essence calling him a sell-out. Not sure I understand this line of reasoning. It's definitely Joshua Radin and there are some excellent tracks. Definitely worth a listen!
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on November 4, 2010
I met Radin Monday at a concert that he opened for the Irish band The Script. I have to say he sounds better live, but what I like about this album was a couple times he wasn't afraid to just rock it out! I've listened to this album on loop this week and it's good music to just kind of live your life with.
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VINE VOICEon August 6, 2012
listen to the samples first. If you are used to his typical acoustic music you may not like this. Its not bad, just a different style. Joshua needs to find his niche and stay with it and if its not his old style music I will pass.
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on November 24, 2010
This is a good third album. You can hear there is a bit of the first and second albums in this album sound wise. If you like his first 2 then i would def give this a listen.
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