Seventeen Days

February 8, 2005 | Format: MP3

$8.99
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: February 8, 2005
  • Release Date: February 8, 2005
  • Label: Republic / Universal
  • Copyright: (C) 2005 Universal Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
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  • Total Length: 44:09
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  • ASIN: B0012X6XFU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (150 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,846 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

The first single off the album Let Me Go is one of the best songs I've ever heard.
presypclhs
I really liked "Let me go" which prompted me to buy the album, and as i listen to the album their were alot of songs that i enjoyed.
B. Hiro
Even though 3DD's third release has a different sound compared to their previous album, it's still pretty good!
Anna R Harris

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67 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Rudy Palma on March 13, 2005
Format: Audio CD
With their third studio album "Seventeen Days," 3 Doors Down have cemented their status as a formidable force in the music scene. The LP, while not as instantly likable as 2002's "Away From the Sun," maintains the group's radio-friendly tendencies for captivating melodies and cutting lyrics.

The set's lead single, "Let Me Go," a sizeable hit across several different radio formats, best summarizes the strength of the group. Still, superb cuts further abound, such as the stirring "It's Not Me," which was previously released on their 2003 live EP "Another 700 Miles." Over the top with conviction and passion, the performance is even stronger in its studio rendition.

The grating "Never Will I Break" and the soaring "Live For Today" rock hard and summon repeated listens, while "Father's Son" serves as a gripping tale of the plight of an illegitimate child.

"Maybe I'm just crazy or the devil got inside/But either way my soul is gone/I've learned this all night/The one hand throws the whiskey/And the other throws the gun/As he cries out to the heavens/I am not my father's son."

"Landing In London," which is performed with classic rock legend Bob Seger, examines the life of a traveling musician longing for his home and family, while the following "The Real Life," quite possibly is a continuation of the story:

"But I woke up to real life/And I realized its not worth running from anymore/When there was nowhere left to hide I found out/That nothings real here but I wont stop now /Until I find a better part of me."

"Be Somebody," which explores the relationship between a son and his mother, shoots a bulls-eye at the heart.
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39 of 45 people found the following review helpful By cplewis on February 16, 2005
Format: Audio CD
"Seventeen Days" sees 3 Doors Down take their Southern rock style and give it a harder, more metal edge (thanks in no small part to producer Johnny K, who has also worked with Disturbed and Drowning Pool). "The Real Life" alternates a wall of sound with more restrained choruses (perhaps they were influenced by Nickelback during their summer tour in 2004?), and harder/angrier songs like "For Today" and "Right Where I Belong" definitely show that 3DD is heading in a more hard-rock direction.

But the group returns to its trademark sound in the final track, the ballad "Here By Me", which blends a quiet melody with tender lyrics and a deeply personal vocal delivery.

All in all, it's definitely a solid album if you are a fan of this band.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By L. Ficks on August 10, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I enjoy the acoustic additions to this disc. Even without them, Seventeen Days is 3 Doors Down best cd. However, unlike the non-dual disc, this cd is copyright protected. Since I was unaware of this when I bought it, and Amazon does not mark it as such I thought you needed to be informed. This means that while it will most still play in (most) cd players, it cannot be played on the computer, thus it can not be put on an ipod or mp3 player! While I do not blame 3 Doors Down, I do have anger towards the record companies and thought others should be aware of this before buying this cd.

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Apparently this cd may not be copyrighted according to one reviewer. However, I did try the cd on 4 different computers and went to a computer genius for help. On all computers the dvd side worked and the cd side did not. So I guess try your own luck!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By J. Lamb on February 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
People trying to compare 3 Doors down to their First CD..The Better life..Should stop..this band has changed it's sound..and they're better for it..I'll just go track by track..

Right where I Belong-Fast and Furious opener with great heavy guitar work..Solid opener.

It's Not Me-Probably Their 2nd Single..Arnold Explodes in the chorus..Their next radio hit for sure.

Let Me Go-You've all heard it..probably the stand out track on the album.

Be Somebody-My Favorite So far..Arnold reaches deep into his emotions to bring out a song that anyone could relate too..beautifully done.

Landing in London-A Modern Turn the Page..With an appearence by Seger himself..Probably the third single..again slow and mellow.

The Real Life-A little harder..this is more for fans of the Better life..Which I didn't like too much..Skippable track for me.

Behind those eyes-Another one of my favs..Good work on guitars..Solid Ballad..Again Arnold's Vocals are damn near flawless.

Never will I break-Hard Track here..not my thing really..but still likeable.

Fathers Son-The Lyrics are quite intense and spooky..And I belive theres an opera in one part,hard rocking fun song..

Live for today-Like it..signature 3 Doors Down..don't want to spoil it for you..

My world-Damn similar to Road I'm On From Away From the Sun..This track is short..but it really builds up from the beginning with frantic hard rock in the middle..well done.

Here By Me-Easily the slowest Track 3 Doors Down has ever done..sappy sappy lyrics..and you know what..I like it...Arnold can sing anything well..and proves it here.

In conclusion..people need to get over themselves..3DD is never going to make another Kryptonite..
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