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Smoke and Mirrors

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 17, 2015)
  • deluxe_edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Interscope Records
  • ASIN: B00QXKB7X0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (488 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,109 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I remember when "Night Visions" first came out. Imagine Dragons was virtually unknown. I purchased the album the day it came out partially as an impulse buy and partially because of the sleeper hit song "It's Time". The album had a familiar yet unique catchy sound that I really enjoyed. They aren't in my top 10 favorite artists, but I thoroughly liked them immediately. Then the song 'Radioactive' became one of the biggest hits of 2013 and propelled the band into super stardom. I digged the song, but I honestly never really loved it like most. Mostly because it just didn't fit the style of the majority of the other songs. Some other bands even rode along with the success of the band with similar sounds such as American Authors. There were also the detractors. People who labeled the band the next "Nickelback" in a negative way. Needless to say, I was anxious for their next move. Their second album would decide whether the band was a fluke or in for the long run. Finally they released their lead single for their second disc. "I Bet My Life" had the same sound as many of the songs from NV but with a slight soulful backdrop. I enjoyed it nonetheless. They released another song titled "Gold" which I was disappointed in initially because of its electronic sound trying to emulate "Radioactive" but just sounding much less memorable. I was starting to not feel that interested in buying the new album in fear of it having too much of the electronic 'Radioactive' ripoff sound. Before I spoke too soon they released yet another song which was said to be the official second single "Shots". The title suggests party shots, but the songs lyrics turned out to be so deeply beautiful and infectiously delivered in a dance rock manner that I was excited again for Smoke and Mirrors.Read more ›
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In the Spring of 2012, I was listening to a random movie trailer, and I heard the song "Demons" playing. I immediately connected with it, and sought out what it was. Upon discovering that it was from this EP Continued Silence by some band I'd never heard of, Imagine Dragons, I read the reviews here on Amazon, and listened to the clips. Really liking everything I heard, I bought the EP, loved it, procured every other song they had come out with on their previous EPs, and put those songs into heavy rotation as the Summer rolled around. I talked up Imagine Dragons to everybody I could, and never once had any of them even heard of the band. I actually predicted on Facebook in July of 2012 that this band would blow up over the next year, but even I couldn't have forseen just how right I was!

Fast forward to now, and the release of this amazing band's Sophmore LP. In spite of Imagine Dragons' tremendous success (and, perhaps, because of it), critics seem to love to "hate", or at least underrate these guys and their efforts, leading to one of the most schizophrenic array of reviews I have ever seen. While I have no problem with somebody not particularly liking Imagine Dragons, and respect the fact that musical taste is simply a matter of personal opinon, some of the critical reviews of this album have bordered on a histrionic denial of reality, on par with saying the earth is flat, or stop signs are blue, or we breath water not air! For anybody to say that ID are typical, boring, unimaginative, or simply ripping off other bands in their music - especially on this album, is sheer absurdity of the highest degree! I have one of the most varied and eclectic musical pallates of anybody I know, and ID are one of the most diverse, and original bands amongst all of the artists I listen to.
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I was a little concerned about how I'd feel about Smoke and Mirrors. . . After an album as amazing as Night Visions, I just wasn't sure if Imagine Dragons could pull off another compilation as incredible as the first. Too often, we see sophomore albums pale in comparison to their freshman counterparts.
I'm thrilled to have my concerns proven wrong. I've read a few of the smug reviews from some of the out of touch, condescending magazines panning Smoke and Mirrors but they come off sounding more annoyed than anything at the spiritual undertones in some of the songs and as if they were just waiting to publish their self important criticisms long before the album was released.
Whatever the case, this is a pretty great bunch of songs put out by a truly incredible, unique band.
Shots, the first song on the album feels like it goes back to their roots a bit- classic Imagine Dragons- it's got a fun, energized beat but with thoughtful lyrics. That's something that throws people off a bit but I love that they take a different approach to some of the emotions they express in their music. They handle difficult or uncomfortable subjects in so many various beats and compilations that everyone will find something that speaks to them. Shots would be my favorite song on the album if I had to choose.
Some of the strongest songs (though a case could be made for all of them) are Smoke and Mirrors, Polaroid, Dream, Trouble, and The Fall. If you bought the deluxe addition, Thief and The Unknown are pretty awesome as well.
Smoke and Mirrors is raw, beautiful, and offers a surprising, strong chorus even amidst its gentle tone. Polaroid is fun, really catchy, and thoughtful but is on a different vein from Imagine Dragon's other music.
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