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Rock Crown

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 3, 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B000002JDB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,693 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This full album I would consider it more folk rock music then grunge , it is vary mellow, and reminds me of Bob Dylan's music, a lot. I am pretty sure if you like Bob Dylan's kind of rock music you will enjoy this Seven Mary Three studio album. But as far a mellow stuff, this stuff is pretty good in my opinion. Great acoustic guitar sound on most of the songs. This is not much of a hard rock album but I think most will enjoy it anyway. I recommend this album to all light rock listeners only or both hard and soft, Because, this album is not like the "American Standard" album and I truly think that hard rock fans will be disappointed in this album. Don't buy this (Seven Mary Three) studio album if you can't stand to hear mellow rock music because i'm sure you won't like it. Even though this is a mellow rock album I didn't get board through the most of it. Not like the Best Of Pink Floyd I reviewed earlier for sure. Like I said before it is nothing like the "American Standard" studio album that one was truly grunge and this album here in this review does not qualify as grunge or hard rock. Don't say I didn't warn you

I am a music lover at heart and, like both hard and soft rock. That is why I rated this 5 out of 5 stars for being the best mellow rock CD I heard so far in my collection of music.

This album has 15 songs and is about 52 minutes long
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Compared to American Standard, this CD has a bit more depth, perhaps more gloom, but absolutely more creativity-- not that American Standard is not in itself a good CD. According to the Seven Mary Three site, Rock Crown is a personal favorite of the band, and by no doubt, it is highly creative. Every song has its own personal feel to it, although some songs may be too solemn, or too deep for the mainstream audience to fully appreciate, perhaps this is why Seven Mary Three isn't as acknowledged as they should be.
As with solemnity, some songs are indeed very slow and filled with emotion that such slowness can accompany-- songs such as Oven and Lucky-- and this might not be accepted by listeners who prefer the more upbeat 7M3 songs reminiscent of hits like Cumbersome and Water's Edge from the previous album.
Rock Crown is an album loaded with creativity and individuality. It definitely stands out from the other 7M3 albums.
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By A Customer on November 8, 1999
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If you think this album is good then u have to try their b-side and other rareties, that is the best album i have ever heard in my entire life. Its simply amazing
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Many times in the history of rock music, a landmark album slips through the cracks. This was certainly the case with Seven Mary Three's "RockCrown" album. It's a shame that such an amazing album is only in the hands of probably less than a million people in this world. This album is without a doubt one of the top 100 rock albums of all time. No question about it. It's a rarity to hear an entirely different story in each track on an album. Jason Ross' poetic lyrics shine throughout the album, and you can tell the band was connected in an unexplicable way during the recording process.
A few of the standout tracks for me are, "Houdini's Angels", "The Needle Can't Burn...", "Home Stretch", and "This Evening's Great Excuse".
How many other albums like this have slipped through the cracks, when they should have been enjoyed by several million?
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Their second album was a BIG evolvment from "American Standard". Jason Ross uses his voice and lyric writting abilites in a much more suiting manor. The song that got this album atention, and one of my favortie 7M3 songs, "Lucky" is the perfect choice for the start of the album. It is a preveiw of what you'll be hearing. Emotinal ramblings would be the best way to discribe this album. The lyrics are witty and very honest to human spirit and nature. My only complant about the album would be some of the songs seem incompleate. Like "Gone Away" for instance. The emotion in that song is incredable. But it ends just as it draws you in. The songs that do leave you with a compleated feel, such as "Lucky", "Oven", and "Times Like These", are nothing short of amazing. With thier talents for song writting only improving in their third release "Orange Ave.", I look forward to their next album due late this summer.
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By A Customer on February 1, 1999
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I in no way enjoyed the empty screaming of cumbersome from their first album, but one day i heard "lucky" on the radio, got up outta my seat and went to buy the cd, i was incredibly impressed,"lucky" isn't even one of the best on this cd. "People like new" is beautiful, "Gone away" & "Times like these" are awesome. Followed by "I could be wrong" and "Oven" this cd is incredible, Its hard to find artists who have talent and write with passion. This cd is a prime example of passionate work. Worth Every Penny.
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I don't understand why 7M3 is not more popular, as they are an outstanding band. Unlike the reviewer from Ontario, Canada, the singer's gravelly voice moves me to my very soul! It's almost unheard of these days for ANY CD to have more than two or three good songs (if you're are lucky). Both American Standard and Rock Crown more than surpasses that number (I haven't heard Orange Ave). No doubt about it, the best song on this CD is HONEY OF GENERATION ! ! ! The minor chords in the song is pleasantly haunting. May 7M3 keep on rocking for a long, long, time. Thanks 7M3!
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