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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. So Vain
  2. Back to You
  3. Give You Love
  4. Bluesy
  5. Yomp
  6. Hiding Out
  7. Crazy Tuesday
  8. Idle Lover
  9. Shelter
  10. Wind Up Dead
  11. People
  12. Another John Doe
  13. Jokes on You
  14. You Gotta Wait
  15. Life Off


Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 31, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music
  • ASIN: B001TH15WA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #134,259 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I bought this on a whim, and it's been making regular appearances on my ipod now for a few months. Didn't know what to expect, just had the image in my head of Dhani playing at Concert for George.
This is wonderful, inventive music that is intelligent rock with some tasteful electronica touches. Shelter and Wind Up Dead are favorites, but I really like the whole album. Looking forward to a sophomore effort and hopefully seeing them at Lolla this year.
Give this a try... it'll stick with you, it's good music.
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I really like this band. Very innovative and very listenable. Percussion is interesting. Diverse use of guitar, even within the same song. Lots of synthesizer. It's moody, acid-y, techno with genuine lyrics. The voice of Dhani Harrison is rich and versatile. Not a bad track on the album.
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This is a fantastic debut album from thenewno2! The album was originally released on iTunes last August, and has had a few different incarnations, both online and in the SanDisk slotMusic format, but I am extremely happy to finally had a physical CD!

The songs themselves are hard to describe. They are all very different, but mesh nicely into one cohesive album. The album encompasses dream-like ambient songs, rockers and electro-blues songs, and mellow acoustic-y songs, and more.

I'm also very happy that the CD also contains the 4 bonus tracks, which have appeared on various other formats of the album at different times. We get People, Life Off, You Gotta Wait, and Jokes on You!

I highly recommend this album, as it is one that I have been listening to non-stop since last August. It's an album that is never boring, as each listen brings out something new. Buy it and enjoy!!!
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With the release of You Are Here, Dhani Harrison and fellow thenewno2 members (Oliver Hecks, Jonathan Sadoff, Jeremy Faccone, Nick Fyffe and Frank Zummo) give us an album built around an eclectic mix of modern musical genres - part rock, part techno, part electronica, part pop, part psychedelia, part Indian. The result is a unique sound world with lots of texture that holds together. In short, it's a good vibe and sonic ride.

It's surprising the degree to which Dhani has embraced and deploys the new digital musical technologies in a way that his father, who liked to record "real instruments" as he called them, did not. But then again, maybe not, as George liked his effects pedals too.

For me personally, it's also an interesting experience to listen to Dhani's voice purely as an instrument. I'm sure that Dhani, like other children of former Beatles like Julian and Sean Lennon, dislike vocal comparisons to their fathers for obvious and understandable reasons. Nevertheless, I must say that as a lifetime Beatles fan, who saw Dhani's father live 4 times and who enjoys singing himself, I found myself really impressed. George's voice was often described as being "thin" or "reedy". There is a similarity, yes - but Dhani's voice has a timbre and a soulfulness that is his alone. As an instrument it grabs your attention and draws you in.

There are some great individual songs on this recording - So Vain, Give You Love, Another John Doe, Yomp - but the whole album is impressive and bears repeated listenings. A lot of musical creativity, playfulness and ability is displayed.

Dhani's' his own man, following his own path, finding and exploring his own sounds with his friends. The result is in a word - beautiful.

It's always great to hear a new artist making beautiful music. After listening to You Are Here, I look forward to the future of thenewno2.
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Dhani Harrison's first effort would make his daddy proud. He's off to a good and very promising start. While George's career with The Beatles was over and he had completed his excellent "All Things Must Pass" album at Dhani's age, being 32 now is considered much younger than it used to, so Dhani has time to make a solid solo career for himself. It's in the genes.
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I was floored by the TNN2 song which ran on the credits of the Beautiful Creatures film. The chord changes and overall sound were top shelf. This sent me seeking out their other work. I immediately purchased this disc and their debut disc, thefearofmissingout. I listened to this one first figuring that the 5 intervening years would produce the best music. I was very wrong. The debut disc is more varied and musically sophisticated. Unusual seeing that it was produced by the band themselves instead of pHd who produced this. I think that the reduction of synth players from 3 players to one on this cd (who didn't play on the debut) was a mistake. It is obvious that the debut was more of a collaborative effort. I think that along with the different producer who may have been shooting for a more salable product, the preeminence of Dhani, undid this effort. The lyrics on this disc are too "the girl" oriented. Come on man! That schtick went out with the early efforts of your dad's band. The backing vocalists chosen for the debut also made a superior contribution. I do not like the comments of those who want to compare your work to your dad's Dhani. I bought your work based on the very fine song I heard on BC which was not your dad's sound. You have your influences as he did (him obviously being one) but I admire that you have cut a more independent course compared to some of other mop tops brood's efforts. The apple doesn't fall far from the tree. The obviously more collaborative effort of your debut and the group control of production was simply superior to this. If you wish to bring in a competent like minded producer may I suggest George Martin's son who put together the Love CD? His work and yours sound like a perfect match to my ears. That said, this CD is being resold, the debut is a keeper. I will however be watching your progress at a more cautious distance. Namaste.
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