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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (29 mai 2006)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Bonus, Import
  • Label: Island Def Jam
  • ASIN : B000EXO9YG
  • Autres versions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. The rules
  2. Born to lead
  3. Moving forward
  4. Inside of you
  5. The first of me
  6. Good enough
  7. If I were you
  8. Without a fight
  9. Don't tell me
  10. Look where we are
  11. Say the same
  12. If only
  13. More than a memory
  14. If I were you
  15. Born to lead

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HOOBASTANK Everyman For Himself (2006 UK 15-track enhanced CD album - The follow-up to 2004s Reason features the singles If I Were You & Born To Lead; complete with their accompanying CD-Rom Videos)

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10 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par MrPomme le 3 juin 2006
Format: CD
Un album tout simplement génial.

Les titres s'enchaînent et ne se ressemblent pas pour mon plus grand plaisir. Il était plein de promesses et il les tient toutes.

Beaucoup de "ballades" mais quand on écoute le superbe "Moving FOrward", le sublime "More Than A Memory" avec son accompagnement acordéon, flûte, trompettes et le genialissiment "The First Of Me" (ma préférée de cet album), on ne regrette pas du tout. Cependant, les amoureux des titres qui font bouger ne sont pas oubliés avec "Inside Of You", "Without A Fight", "Born To Lead" et son sergent de l'arméee en fond sonore.

Un album vraiment travaillé dont les gars d'Hoobastank peuvent être fiers.

Et de plus, le contenant ne gâche rien du contenu. Je trouve l'idée de cette empreinte digitale très bonne et le résultat est magnifique.

Mes coup de coeurs : "The First Of Me", "Moving Forward", "Without A Fight", "Say The Same", "If Only", "More Than A Memory", "Finally Awake" (bonus japonais), "Face The Music" (bonus)
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32 internautes sur 36 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
At Least They're Moving Forward... 16 mai 2006
Par Andy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
One thing you can't say about "Every Man For Himself" after a good, solid listen is that it is "more of the same."

From the opening song, "Born To Lead," it's obvious the band has changed. Like the rest of the album, this song has a familiar Hoobastank mark on it, but yet, sounds nothing like anything they've done in the best. Perhaps this change could be attributed to all Hoobastank have gone through in the past two years. Their last album, 2003's "The Reason" took off when it's title track became the biggest crossover hit of the year, and just about every other single got plenty of room on radio. On the flipside, however, founding bassist Markku Lappalainen left the band last year, which could very well have inspired the title, "Every Man For himself."

Whatever it was that caused Hoobastank to turn on a dime, I'm personally thankful. I loved "The Reason," but I find that a lot of the songs don't have much shelf-life, and that there isn't a whole lot to seperate it from their debut and the hordes of Incubus clones that have popped up in the past five years. "Every Man For Himself" isn't a complete abandonment of the Hoobastank sound, as songs like "Good Enough" and "Without A Fight" fit in with the old stuff, but the bulk of the material here is a bit broader. My personal favorite track so far would have to be "Inside Of You," a funky little number that is a bit reminiscient of their "Basketball Shorts" days, and shows that the band still have the ability to have good fun. The first single "If I Were You," a tale of karma based on Scott Weiland (the Velvet Revolver frontman, whom Hoobastank shared a tour with) sounds like an attempt to capitalize on the band's ballad abilities, as does "If Only." On the flipside, however, songs like "The First Of Me" and "Don't Tell Me" seem like a bit of a backlash to the band's sudden popularity. "More Than A Memory," the album's closer, is probably the best way Hoobastank have ever closed out an album, with a spacey 7 and a half minute song. Truly, this is a different album than it's predecessors.

If you hate bands that experiment or just can't handle something a little different, don't bother with this album. Instead, just safely listen to the old stuff and keep your narrow views to yourself. "Every Man For Himself" requires an open mind. It may not be chock full of hits like it's predecessors, but I think that's the idea. Hoobastank have finally branched out and grown a little, and this results in a sound that has become their own.
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Now a new “reason” to buy Hoobastank 16 mai 2006
Par Amanda Richards - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Like many people, if you say the name “Hoobastank”, I automatically start humming their huge 2004 hit single “The Reason”. For those in the know, “Every Man for Himself” is in fact the group’s third studio album, following the self-titled album in 2001 and of course “The Reason” two years later.

The track on this album that comes closest to the made-for-radio appeal of the aforementioned hit would be the single “If I Were You”, a ballad with simple lyrics but a lot of emotion:

“If I were you

holding the world right in my hands

the first thing I'd do

is thank the stars for all that I have

if I were you”

For rock fans, the tracks for you are “Born to Lead”, “Inside of You”, “Without a Fight”, and “Look Where We Are”, and if you’re a power ballad lover, you just have to hear “Moving Forward”, “The First of Me”, “Good Enough”, “Don’t Tell Me”, “Say The Same”, “If Only” (great song – hope they make it a single) and “More Than a Memory”.

If you were lucky enough to get the two bonus tracks, “Finally Awake” is a driving rock performance and while “Waiting” is a little softer, it’s also very good.

Almost an hour long, this is another CD worth collecting.

Amanda Richards, May 16, 2006
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Limited Edition? 17 mai 2006
Par Justanothercrow123 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The only thing different about this edition is the color. No extra videos, or tracks.....but who cares? This album blows 'The Reason' out of the water. They rock hard on this one, folks, and every song is just a pure blast to listen to. You can tell they had fun writing and recording this one. This is the 'Stank's best since they first showed up with "Crawling in the Dark". Like usual, the lyrics are uplifting and well written, and the instrumentation is simpl, yet highly effective. "If I Were You" is a better version of "The Reason", and "Born to Lead" is another great starter track in the vien of "Crawling" and "Same Direction". This is one of So-Cal's best bands, so if you like that scene (I lve it) then you'll eat this stuff up. Enjoy!
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Beautiful range of songs, some of which are stunning 5 juin 2006
Par Thomas Hochmann - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
After seeing Hoobastank perform "Inside Of You" on the Tonight Show a little while back, I ran out and snagged this album. I didn't even do my usual fiddling around with previewing the other tracks on the net, I just had to have it. What a fantastic album it is!

There isn't a single song on this album that I dislike, which is more than I can say for most albums I've bought over the years. Some of the offerings are rather weak - I personally do not care much for "Moving Forward" and "First Of Me." They're not bad songs, but they're nothing special and not ones I go out of my way to listen to. The rest of the tracks range from very good to downright awesome. In the latter category are songs like "If I Were You" and "Born To Lead" (which has strong resonance with me, having been on the other side of the military fence for a while).

Perhaps the best song on the album is "More Than A Memory", which has an almost heart-wrenchingly beautiful quality to it. It is clear that this song was not merely written - it was created, sculpted, fine-tuned, and lovingly put together. This is truly a standout track, with the flourishes of accordion backing the guitar and other instruments, raising the music to very emotional levels. "More Than A Memory" is one of those rare songs that transcends mere music to communicate images, feelings, and thoughts.

If you buy "Every Man For Himself", you will not be disappointed. For fans of rock, there is truly something for "every man" on this CD. Sure, my personal pick ("More Than A Memory") will not be topping the radio charts anytime soon, because it's far too deep and high-quality for the lame popular radio stations. But there's also plenty of standard rock hits on here that will satisfy just about anyone.

Recommended, no matter who you are!
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AWesome! :D 19 mai 2006
Par bunnywunny_ - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I wasn't sure what to expect from this album. I remember when I first heard The Reason and I didn't feel it was as good as the first one. None of the songs seem to linger, and it took me a couple of listens for it to finally grow on me.

With this new album I was completely blown away. First listen I was immediately into all the songs. There isn't one song I don't like on this CD. Of course I do have some that I like more than others, like "If Only" and "More Than a Memory". I particularly like "More than a Memory" because they added a lot of different instruments (flutes, sax?, plus others I'm sure...) and sounds into the track, which is completely different from what I heard on their other albums, and I really like that. Actually throughout the album, they played with different sounds, such as sirens (In "Born To Lead" - it really works!), They've changed SO much, but in a good way. It still sounds like their signature sound, but there is a lot more depth into it.

This CD has a lot more substance than their previous albums. I do think it is a lot more serious as well, but it shows growth. I've been abusing this CD since I got it. Definitely by far, their best album IMO.
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