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thenewno2 (as in "the new No. 2," a line borrowed from TV's The Prisoner) is a London/Los Angeles based group led by singer/guitarist Dhani Harrison, Paul Hicks (keyboards/programming), Jonathan Sadoff (keyboards/guitar), Jeremy Faccone (guitar), Nick Fyffe (bass), and Frank Zummo (drums). Since its inception, Harrison has tirelessly expanded thenewno2 as an art collective. Along ... Read more in Amazon's Thenewno2 Store

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  • Audio CD (July 31, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hot Records
  • ASIN: B0089X38A4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #58,824 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Editorial Reviews

thenewno2 announces the release of their second full-length album, thefearofmissingout, on July 31 via H.O.T. Records Ltd. The album was produced by pHd, the moniker for band members and Grammy Award winners Dhani Harrison and Paul Hicks, and recorded in both Los Angeles and London.

Following their debut album You Are Here (2009), primarily written and recorded by Harrison, thefearofmissingout is the first recording as a band featuring Harrison, Hicks, Jonathan Sadoff, Jeremy Faccone, Nick Fyffe and Frank Zummo.

Employing a combination of live and programmed instruments and adding in obscure samples to create an intricate collage of electronica sounds, the sonic textures in thefearofmissingout were enhanced by Harrison as well as guest vocalists RZA, Ben Harper, The Black Knights, Throunn Antonia (Fields, Beck's Record Club) and Holly Marilyn (The Child).

The fear of missing out is the title and driving concept behind the album. To Harrison, everything in life boils down to FOMO. "Everyone suffers from it in a different way," he says. "We all have a fear of missing out on something." The result is an album with a multitude of themes, including avoiding change and of course fear.

Combining their inventive sounds with creative visuals, thenewno2 recruited notable London street artist Ben Eine to design the album art for the new project. Known for his prolific typography in his own trademark colors, Eine reached international fame when David Cameron presented one of his works to President Obama as a gift on his first official state visit.

Customer Reviews

I'm a fan of many types of music.
Nico, class of 76'
I highly recommend this album; and congratulate Dhani on putting out such diverse music.
lindakay1
I honestly think a lot of this album sounds like Dhani talking straight to George.
A.Ridenour

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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Dingleberry on July 31, 2012
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Fans of Radiohead may want to take a listen to this, the second release by Thenewno2.

Thanks again to NPR.com for streaming the whole thing for the week preceding its release. After liking a couple of the songs at first I gradually found myself loving all of them except one. Not being a fan of rap I found its low vibration on 'The Wait Around' brought an otherwise great tune down. Even so, I find myself singing the first part of it all the time. Highlights include, well, as I said, pretty much everything.

It's so interesting to hear Dhani Harrison, sounding so like his father on some tracks, singing these songs. Like Radiohead, there's a great mix of guitars and electronics but the sounds that hit me first were piano and (like Phil Selway's work) the great drumming. Frank Zummo sure can pound those things.

This record is not just the son of a Beatle messing around with some mates to pass time, this is a serious, mature, rounded group effort. It's up there with the best music released so far this year. I didn't buy the first Thenewno2 release when it came out but I'll be checking it out now and I'll certainly be getting their next one.

So, ahem, definitely no air freshener required with this number two (sorry Dhani).

Update......

Tragic news from New York recently. After writing a three star review of 'Thefearofmissingout' Rolling Stone reviewer Will Hermes was rushed to hospital with what doctors are describing as the worst case of someone having their head up their a$$ that they have ever seen. Due to the depth of the insertion the rescue team that helped save those Chilean miners last year has been called in to help.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Andy O' on November 2, 2012
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Admittedly I checked out thenewno2's new album out of curiosity...so THIS is Dhani Harrison's band etc.
It is just brilliant music! These guys mean what they play! It's an album you can listen to over and over. I know I have been wearing out my speakers since I downloaded this kick ass album. I don't concern myself with how much Dhani looks or sounds like George....DUH....it's the family trade. Dhani learned much from his Dad but he has much more to offer than memories of George...This is some badass music.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Nico, class of 76' on September 27, 2012
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I'm a fan of many types of music. I saw the Beatles in 66' and grew up waiting for each new album. The 80's gave us electronic and dance, rap and alternative. This group combines these sounds with the sounds of today. I hear the vocals and wonder why they bring back memories of my youth?
What would it sound like if you could take a trip back in time and bring a talented star back with you to the present. The vocals are eerie because George Harrison's son, Dhani is singing and playing guitar. This is one of most pleasant surprises of the year. I'm now a HUGE fan of 'Thenewno2.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Lauren Headrick on August 1, 2012
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It's been 4 years since thenewno2's debut album You Are Here was released, and the follow-up album from this incredible band does not disappoint! The album has a great feel to it with everything from electronica to rock to rap to ambient sounds. It's hard to describe thenewno2 in a brief review -- their songs are each so different, and yet FOMO comes together as a complete work of art. Buy this album now to avoid the fear of missing out on some fantastic new music!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By I.M. Boring on September 3, 2012
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I could listen to this for hours. In fact, I do. Try as I might, as seems to be our nature, I can't find anything wrong with this album! (Is the word "album" still relevant?) This album is relevant. And original. Dhani Harrison could be the son of anyone, this isn't Rubber Soul or All Things Must Pass, it's THEFEAROFMISSINGOUT and it's great...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. Scott on January 15, 2013
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The more you listen to it, the more songs you may find yourself liking...a lot. These guys are on to something here and the potential growth from Thenewno2 and Harrison is unlimited. Congrats to the band for exploring different music and not just churning it out like most radio play these days. Almost 5 stars from this old rocker.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By steve_manassas on November 10, 2012
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This is actually Dhani Harrison's third album overall and the second with his band thenewno2 (the first was You Are Here). Dhani's other project was As I Call You Down (Dig), with Fistful of Mercy, his side project with Ben Harper. Now Dhani is back with thenewno2, and has produced a very melodic and well-produced album (although I could have done without the rap track). And boy, does he sound like his dad...so much it's scary!

All in all, a fine effort, and something a little different from the norm.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By lindakay1 on September 2, 2012
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As a huge Beatles fan, and with George being my favorite I was excited to hear this album. It does not disappoint; Dhani has a beautiful, haunting voice, and a great band. I highly recommend this album; and congratulate Dhani on putting out such diverse music. Buy and crank it up and enjoy.
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