We As Human

June 25, 2013 | Format: MP3

$7.99
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  • Original Release Date: June 21, 2011
  • Release Date: June 21, 2011
  • Label: Atlantic Records
  • Copyright: 2013 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States
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  • Total Length: 34:46
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  • ASIN: B00DAKX2CK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,457 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

A very talented, engagingly intelligent group of guys.
Clarke Mason
For Sever, they could not use the EP version since it was recorded in a different studio, but he said it was pretty much the same song.
Mathachew
I look forward to future music from these guys for sure.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mathachew on June 25, 2013
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I am a big fan and supporter of We As Human. I discovered them in early 2011 on Pandora and started searching them out, only to discover the only music readily available was their Burning Satellites EP, which is no longer available here or other stores (look it up on YouTube). I enjoyed everything I heard, and then they came out with We As Human EP, which I could not get enough of. Strong vocals, great rhythms, I believed that this was a band that needed more exposure and a chance to make a full length album*. Well, now they have it! When a band I like releases a new album, I usually approach it with some trepidation, because what if I don't like it? What if they go in a direction that just doesn't work? I discovered Red around the same time as We As Human and became immersed in their first three albums. Then Release The Panic came out. Truth be told, it was a bit of a let down as many of their songs deviated from what many of us grew to enjoy and love, and though I have grown to enjoy it for what it is, I still favor their previous works. So does We As Human's self titled debut match up to their two previous EP's? Mostly, and strongly.

The album leads off with their first previewed track, Strike Back, a lyrically simple, yet solidly strong song that I love to crank up and repeat. Next up is Dead Man, the band's third iteration of the song. Like the previous two versions, it does not disappoint and is still a fantastic song. I honestly do not know which one I like more because they all sound great.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Andrew on June 28, 2013
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I was really excited when I found out that We As Human were going to finally be releasing an album that I could still find. I'm probably going to be tougher on them than they deserve as I really like this album (and the band). But there's some stuff that about this album that "makes you go 'hmmm'".

It's probably worth noting that what makes this album a great album is Justin Cordle's vox, which are a more melodic and less whiney version of Jonathan Davis from Korn. They go well with the music, also, considering the fact that WAH use a lot of 7-string guitars.

1)Strike Back - This song has gotten an immense amount of radio airplay on Orlando, Florida's "The Rock" station. I really like this song and it's a great way to begin an album. What stands out to me the most about this song is actually the bass, which is VERY present in this song. It's well mixed and engineered. It has a fairly subdued guitar solo, very appropriate for the song.

2)Dead Man - No. No no no no no! When the Beach Boys were making "Pet Sounds", a disgruntled Mike Love told Brian Wilson, "Don't mess with the formula". That's not exactly what he said, but you get the idea. This was not a song that needed to be re-recorded. Howard Benson basically took a great song (I'm basing this on WAH's latest EP) and gave it a heavy dose of valium. Part of what made the earlier version better is that it was much more raw and more punchy. The difference between this version and earlier versions is the difference between Metallica's "Master Of Puppets" album and "The Black Album". Both are great, but when you add the ridiculous amount of production to it, you lose that rawness and punch that you loved about the band to begin with. It's too bad, really, because this is one of my favorite songs of theirs.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jenna on June 25, 2013
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Soooo happy that they finally came out with this album! The sound quality, emotion, special features Lacey Sturm and John Cooper, the whole message of the album make this a must buy! Anyone and everyone should get it, hands down. There is a little bit for every type of person, I agree with the first commenter, these guys deserve so much. God has blessed them and has been guiding them and preparing them for each step on their journey. Way to go WAH. We love you!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gabriel P Matthews on June 25, 2013
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I've been a fan of We As Human for a few years now, so this isn't the first album that they've released. It is, however, the first album on a major record label, and it does not disappoint. Their sound is mature, the lyrics are deep, the riffs are heavy and precise, and the sound is pristine. This is an up & coming band on their way to fame, and if you know the guys, I'm sure you'll have to agree with me: They deserve it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Richard on July 1, 2013
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Truth be told, I picked up this album as a blind buy. It was offered at a discount price if purchased with Skillet's newest album, "Rise". To my great surprise, this is a more than solid introduction to WAH. Solid guitar and vocals, thought provoking lyrics, all give us the impression these guys could be around for a while. Sheppard by Skillet's lead John Cooper, they definitely have a bright future ahead of them. Definitely recommend this to any Panhead out there or persons that enjoy this music genre.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Steven515 on June 28, 2013
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If you are debating on whether to get this album or not, stop and buy it already! You won't regret it, I promise. I was trying to decide whether to buy this album or the new Skillet album. I'm so glad I went with this one. By the end of I was saying, "Skillet, who's that?"
This is a beautifully orchestrated album. The lyrics actually have depth and the music behind them just brings it all to life. I remember listening to these guys when their first album, which was an EP, thinking to myself, "These guys have potential." Well I was right because their evolution in this album is nothing short of astonishing.
I won't go into depth on each track as they all have their strong points and weak points so just go buy it and judge it for yourself. The biggest weakness of this album are the two songs we've seen on previous albums (Dead Man, Sever) but they are very strong songs and hardly take away from that experience of listening to a new album for the first time. I just hope this band gets the recognition they deserve as this is impressive than most of the music put out there today.I just band just moved up into my top 5 favorite bands because of this album.
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