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Wanderlust is the debut solo album by Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale released by Interscope Records in June 2008. It is his first LP since Institute's Distort Yourself in 2005. The lead single "Love Remains The Same" was released digitally on April 1, 2008. The album was produced by Bob Rock and finds Rossdale collaborating with drummer Josh Freese, guitarist Chris Traynor (also formerly of Bush), bassist Paul Bushnell and keyboardist Jamie Muhoberac. Gavin was the lead singer/songwriter for the UK post-grunge rock band Bush. Their first album, Sixteen Stone (1994), was a huge commercial success. Almost overnight, Bush went from playing small pubs in London to headlining arenas in the US, the result of extensive, non-stop touring. Fast forward to 2008, married with children with Gwen Stefani of No Doubt fame.

1. Can't Stop the World
2. Frontline
3. Forever May You Run
4. The Skin I'm In
5. Drive
6. Future World
7. Love Remains the Same
8. If You're Not With Us You Are Against Us
9. This is Happiness
10. Another Night In the Hills
11. The Trouble I'm In
12. Beauty In the Beast
13. This Place is On Fire

Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 3, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: June 3, 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Interscope
  • ASIN: B000ZJZYOS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #116,012 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4.2 out of 5 stars

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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By TorridlyBoredShopper VINE VOICE on July 18, 2008
Format: Audio CD
First and foremost, this is not a Bush album and I know that bothers a lot of people. I was taken aback by it a little at first --- not really in a "dislike" aspect but moreso in a "how does this make me feel sense of the world. I guess that happens when you have listened to something from the beginning and sort of expect a sound when you unwrap the security decals and hit the "play" button. As I listened to the album, I found this to be a good thing, though, surprising in some respects and simply touching in others. After the third "go", I think it became evident that this had potential to grow on me and grow on me it did.

As far as the album itself, it has a lot to offer but does so in a cleaner way than most Bush albums had forgotten how to do. I'm not sure that was a bad thing: when I purchased my last Bush album, I really loved some song, found some songs replayable, and found a pocket of outsiders that I really did not want to bother with. With this solo offering it is a tad different --- sometimes I was happily surprised by the melodic undertones of a song and sometimes I was outright impressed by what Gavin had managed to construct from this solo piece. I say that because solo pieces are oftentimes disappointing, brining to light what you liked about a band and then hoping this isn't the progression that the lead singer hopes to follow. And while I cannot say I want Bush albums to sound this way in the future, I can say I liked what I heard and it made me appreciate Gavin even more.

Some songs did sound a bit like Bush songs (understandably so), and I loved them.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Organic Mama on July 24, 2008
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A Bush CD this is not, but I don't think that was the intent. What this is is an honest, thought-provoking and beautiful solo effort by an artist who seems to have poured his soul and life experiences into this project. When I heard the CD for the first time a few days ago, it got under my skin and I haven't been able to stop listening. "Can't Stop the World", "Forever May You Run" and "Love Remains the Same" are a few of the songs that grabbed me right away. There are a couple of songs towards the end of the CD (like "If You're Not with us You are Against us") that I don't enjoy as much and that don't quite seem to fit with the rest of the music, but altogether this is a great album. If you love classic Peter Gabriel, Sarah McLachlan, etc., you may just find yourself drawn into Wanderlust.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By S. Schvartz on June 10, 2008
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Reading the reviews, it strikes me that a lot of people are disappointed that this album isn't more like Distort Yourself (by Institute, Gavin's fleeting band of almost 3 years ago), however that album was not terribly popular, as is shown in its very low sales, so the comments are surprising.
Most of us mid 90's grunge lovers who hung on Bush's every word have a more mature outlook on life now, over ten years later, and Gavin Rossdale has grown right along with us.
Not Bush, not even similar in sound, this album is more melodious and heartfelt. It's deep and soulful, the lyrics are meaningful and the gravelly sexy voice combined with Rossdales upper class English accent just hits the nail on the head.
Don't put this on if you are having a freshman dorm room party but instead enjoy it over dinner with a glass of wine and mellow conversation.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bambam on June 23, 2008
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Gavin was Bush.... great solo album! It is a little different than what you have heard him perform with Bush, but it is in fact his own sound. It is just a more mature version. I was a great fan of Bush and was glad to hear Gavin's voice again. I hope he keeps creating great music.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By hella_good_girl on June 27, 2008
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Ok...we have a winner! This CD has not been removed from my car or home stereo since I purchased it. I'm a huge Gavin fan, Bush fan, Institute fan...you name it. I was worried about Gavin crossing over to the pop side & my worries have all but disappeared. This CD is fantastic, I dare you not to fall in love with all of the songs...from "forever may you run" to "love remains the same", they're all fantastic, Gavin's voice has never been better. If you're looking for hard rock then you should have bought Gavin's Institute CD or go listen to all his Bush CD's. Wanderlust will have you aching for more GAVIN ROSSDALE. No back up band needed! Gavin, you've done it with this one!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By BullyMom on July 4, 2008
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I was expecting more of a 'Bush' type cd but was pleasantly surprised by this cd. Gavin Rossdale has made a cd that sounds like he become his own individual as did his wife, Gwen. He has done a really good job on this cd and I would recommend it as a must have if you like Gavin Rossdale.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Grungeinspired on June 19, 2008
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People had me so worried about buying this album....and I worried for nothing. I've always been a pretty big Bush fan, and I thought Institute's Distort Yourself was a great record. This is different, but not necessarily bad. I had the first track, "Can't Stop the World," for months before Wanderlust came out. That song has been stuck in my head ever since. This album has slow songs, rockin' songs, and many songs with elements of both. The people who strictly like songs like "Little things", "Machine Head", "Bulletproof Skin" etc, you may not like this album. I personally think 8,9, and 10 have great energy. I may be the minority in this, but I also liked a lot of Bush/Institute's slower material : "Letting the Cables Sleep", "Straight No Chaser", "Ambulances", "Out of this World" etc. This album has some great songs in that category. Gavin's vocals are fantastic on this record. I think every album he has been apart of has its place for his fans. If I want to destroy something I'll pop in Sixteen Stone or Distort Yourself...I find Razorblade Suitcase so atmospheric...Science of Things had so many great songs and sounded other worldly at times, and I really liked Golden State. I thought that album was seriously underrated. If I want to kick back and sing some great songs then Wanderlust will definitely fill my need. I only give this album four stars because there are one or two tracks I didn't care for, but that is normal for me.

Favorites so far: Can't Stop the World, If You're Not With Us You're Against Us, Future World, and Drive
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