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  • CD (5 décembre 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Century Média Records
  • ASIN : B000C1OYO0
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par AN le 14 août 2005
Format: CD
Tous les ingrédients sont réunis dans ce nouvel album de Emery que je trouve même meilleur que leur précédent "The Weak's End".
Bien entendu des voix exceptionnelles (non plus besoin de le dire.
Des mélodies qui font rêver.
Des morceaux entraînant qu'on ne peut s'empêcher de chanter. Des morceaux forts en émotions qui sont susceptible de vous décrocher une petite larme.
Des morceaux plein de messages sur la vie en générale .
Il est vraiment excellent de A à Z. A écouter et réecouter...
Si je pouvais mettre plus d'étoiles je l'aurais fais sans hésitation...
Si vous voulez avoir la réponse à "The Question", Achetez ce CD , il vous sera impossible de le regretter !
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13 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Emery at it's best 13 décembre 2005
Par J. R. Morales - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Emery's debut album blew it's listener's with witty lyrics and and driven guitars, not to mention that they created a huge splash when they got on the scene. Now, with Emery's second release, listeners are in for it once again.

Although, the sound may be a little more commercial, it's Emery at it's full best. Not since Blindside's "Silence" have I purchased an album that I can listen to from beginning to end without skipping any tracks. There are a few things that stand out from this album: the lead voclas, for instance, are only a part of the entire vocal composition of the album, not the central piece. The harmonies are brilliant, with a mixture of classical choir intonations (on some tracks, like "Miss Behavin'") and modern vocal stylings that are just genius, not to mention perfectly executed.

Musically, Emery takes bold steps with this album, creating a musical atmosphere like nothing one's experienced. The ripping guitars, the syncopated rythms... all fused inside intricate progressions that will keep you guessing from start to finish. The album focuses on vocal arrangement this time around and not so much on the progressions of the music (although, they are still very much there). The result? An album that will take the emo genre to the next level. Very few albums explode with such originality as "The Question" by Emery.

This album is an all-around good buy. If you're exploring artists of the genre, look no further. If you liked their last album, what are you waiting for?
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Among the Greatest 19 mai 2006
Par IAmMichael - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
To begin, Emery is one of the best rock/screamo/alternative bands ever, and if I could I would give this and their last album both a 6/5. They take screamo to a completely different level. I won't ramble here I'll just give out the pros and cons.


~ Amazing voices! These guys can SING!

~ They can scream too! The background screaming UNDER the beautiful vocals of Toby Morrell and Devin Shelton just gives me chills. And the fact that screaming isn't focused on as much as vocals is what really blows me away. In screamo, vocals are underappreciated.

~ Complex. Two/Three guitars, two lead singers that switch off, and Josh Head screaming his last name off make one of the most complex and impressive sounds since screamo became a word.

~ Heavy yet melodic.

~ So much energy.

~ Emotion is relayed through the melody of the singing, screaming and even the instruments, which doesn't happen too often.

~ Power and emotion without swearing. Props to any band that does this. Emery doesn't resort to throwing in four letter words to fill in enough syllables or make lines rhyme.


~ I can't think of one.

~ Some may consider this a con, some may consider it a pro; there is screaming in almost every song, if not every single one.

Emery is as close to perfecting their sound as any band in their genre. This album is worth every penny and then some. If you liked "The Weak's End", you'll love "The Question". Emery has only gotten better since "The Weak's End". If you haven't heard any Emery, but you like the screamo genre go buy both of their albums. You won't regret it.

Songs to check out for samplers:

- "Returning The Smile You Have Had From The Start"; one of the heavier, more screamy songs on the album. This song throws you right in the middle of heavy guitars and pissed off, scratchy screaming.

- "Listening To Freddie Mercury"; melodic, slowish, poppy

- "Studying Politics"; a single with a music video, good display of general Emery sound

- "The Weakest"; very little screaming, singers really sound great in this song. They sing over eachy other, different words, but it fits (that's one of the coolest things about Emery).
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Emery ~The Question~ 22 décembre 2005
Par RaY RaY Pine - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Follow-up to the acclaimed debut The Weak's End finds the band getting more aggressive but not letting go of any of the vocal melodies that make them who they are. Emery have made their name in the emo/screamo scene by saturating their songs with rich vocal tapestries. While other bands will let the music do the talking, Emery rarely leaves a section of music without a vocal section.

Emery's vocal attack consists of three separate singers, two of which sing clean while the other, their keyboardist, does all of the screaming. The band's sound focuses on the harmonies and melodies of Devin Shelton and Toby Morelle while being layered by the screaming of keyboardist Josh Head.

It's hard to pin an exact sound on Emery as they've been able to find their own niche in the emo/screamo community. While the band will deny most influences, it's very easy to pinpoint Thursday and Blindside as two bands they may have been listening to when writing this album... but the vocal arrangements will always give them that unique perspective (see "Listening to Freddie Mercury").

The band boarders on aggressive but never really gets much harder than Thursday does on Full Collapse. Imagine the sound that Thursday achieves on that album musically along with the vocal styles of Beloved on Failure On and you get an idea of what Emery sound like.

This band seems to have mass appeal due to the nature of the vocals; i.e: they're not whiney; they sing and are pretty damn good at it too!

By far one of the most interesting bands in the genre, this release is highly recommended, along with their debut album, The Weak's End. Be warned, this is a Christian band. I've always been a believer that Christians just seem to do it better in this genre than any other. This release is no exception! Another album of the year nominee!

For Fans of: Beloved, Thursday, Dead Poetic
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Emery ~The Question~ *bonus 24 novembre 2006
Par RaY RaY Pine - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I am a diehard Emery fan. Saw them on their first tour, loved The Weak's End, loved The Question and am a huge fan of the acoustic disc they released as part of the prerelease package for The Question when it originally came out.

This re-release, from a musical standpoint, isn't very good.

I'm not a bonus DVD guy, I admit that. I could honestly care less about back stage footage and behind the scene's information... that's all worthless to me. I'm in this for the sole purpose of new music or new versions of songs so, if you're into DVD's, maybe this will be your thing. With regards to additional versions of songs (and new songs altogether), let me give you my best synopsis of what we have here:

If you own the Presale Exclusive CD already from The Question, you already own the best acoustic stuff this band has to offer. The releases acoustic material is overproduced, somewhat lifeless and, in some cases, just plain bad. The idea of hearing the song "Fractions" appealed to me greatly until I heard it for the first time on this disc and realized that it was bluegrass version that I was mildly embarrassed for the band in having made it. This may be a fun version of the song for the band to play... but for those of us that actually wanted a serious, heart on the sleeve, acoustic version, this was a slap in the face. It's not listenable.

The demo versions of the new songs are just that, demo versions. They're not overly impressive and we might have been better off not hearing them at all. There's nothing truly special about either of them at this point, though they may develop into something great down the road.

The only standout track on the album is the piano version of "Ponytail Parades." Otherwise even diehard fans, such as myself, will be disappointed with the overall package you're getting here. This just appears to be another way for Solid State/Tooth and Nail to make another easy buck as they are the kings of re-releasing albums... unless you find this for the same price of the original album, this is NOT worth it!
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Very Pleased 15 janvier 2006
Par Ray Kay - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Now almost all bands either fall into a sophomore slump, or their second album totally blows the first away. Not with Emery. I am very glad that they found a steady level at which to keep their work. There are three main things that makes The Question such a buyable CD.

1. The clever lyrics. [funny, deep, thought-provoking]
2. The leads' voice [I love them]
3. The actual music. [still hard rocking, still knocking me down]

My favourite song to listen to is Listening To Freddie Mercury. This album has songs with hook after hook from the second you hit 'Play' to the minute your batteries in the CD player dies.
I have this album in constant rotation since I got it. If you liked The Weak's End, sample some of the songs before purchasing this. It's a little different. Don't listen to people who say the album sucks because Emery is "going mainstream." If they chose to make their music more accessible, it does not mean they are selling out. Don't think they suck because they are a Christian band. I'm a Catholic [not a practising one though] and I like it. They aren't Creed [bleh!], for sure.
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