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Utah-bred sensation THE PIANO GUYS return with an all-new album Limitless. The follow-up to the 2016 release of Uncharted, Limitless finds The Piano Guys continuing to showcase their talent for reinventing the music of any genre, from contemporary pop and rock hits to classical compositions, Hollywood scores and even never-before-heard originals. Having amassed over 1.5 billion views on YouTube for their genre-defying renditions, The Piano Guys return with yet another one-of-a-kind album. The 12-track collection includes their take on the latest pop hits, including a new recording of Shawn Mendes' hit single "In My Blood" as well as their previously released cover of Ed Sheeran's "Perfect," a fan-favorite that has garnered over 14 million views on YouTube alone. Known to bring music of different genres together for a sound all their own, Limitless also features their mash-up of The Chainsmokers' Coldplay-featuring hit "Something Just Like This" with Franz Liszt's "Hungarian Rhapsody." Rounding out the collection are recent favorites from the award-winning film The Greatest Showman as well as never-before-heard original compositions. The Piano Guys Steven Sharp Nelson, Jon Schmidt, Al Van der Beek and Paul Anderson became an online sensation with their immensely successful series of strikingly original self-made music videos, showcasing their highly inventive take on some of music's biggest hits. Now with over 1.5 billion views on YouTube and 6.5 million subscribers, sold-out concerts around the globe, a massive social media following and chart-topping hits, The Piano Guys continue to break barriers on their latest album Limitless, their seventh full-length studio album.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Language : English
- Product Dimensions : 4.96 x 5.6 x 0.38 inches; 3.52 Ounces
- Manufacturer : SONY MASTERWORKS
- Original Release Date : 2018
- Run time : 55 minutes
- Date First Available : September 20, 2018
- Label : SONY MASTERWORKS
- ASIN : B07HGNRJ49
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: #6,809 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Think instrumental John Tesh gigantically grinning Mormon pop classical-like mashup background New Age muzak for folks who want something less involving than zoning out to Enya droning monotonously. This is the druggiest piano pop kinda classical-like "up" mood music I've ever heard, heavy on the audio opium scale. It's spectacularly forgettable with lots of flash. I watched a short segment on the local PBS affiliate with fans gaping vacantly, smiling, gaping vacantly, looking vacantly, smiling, huge smiles, lots of vacantly gazing at the pre-concert setup, smiling, huge, giant, ecstatic, vacant smiles gazing all over..., showing so much vacantly smiling happiness. I was mesmerized watching so many happy teeth and just HAD to look up this catalog.
Monotonously, huge, gigantic, the smiliest piano music-like mood product I've ever heard. Although the piano work pounds the keyboard and there's lots and lots of notes, every time the tracks call for a bit of modulation to justify the incredibly bright and just over-the-top enthusiastic self-medicated happiness being sold here, the piece just pulls back. With lots and lots of notes pounding enthusiastically away. Lots and lots of big smiley notes. It's like hearing a runaway boogie woogie get out of hand and no one knows where it's going to end, the pianist furiously pounding away trying to get out of the trap.
Bombastic classical and pop music tends to have a series of increasing tension and release, more tension, more release, and the final ending crescendo and release, but the performances here just pull back, making the listener want to shout, "WHAT DO YOU MEAN, YOU'RE DONE???" There's not a lot of dynamic range. The performances make one think of Liberace playing snippets of well-known compositions, with extra mid-range fiddle (mellow cello) not going much of anywhere sawing away. It's Rocky Mountain John Denver New Age piano lounge muzak that wants to be turned up loud.
Two caramel-dipped onions of mood for your hi fi to put you both in a state of sleep and widely grinning awake.
Bought two of these as I love the tune "Perfect"....all piano
The other music in this cd is not what I like at all... NOT piano music... cheap and hypey jumpy bouncy dopey stuff... bad elevator music
I wanted PIANO music... from The Piano Guys....sad and disappointed