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Redécouvrez le disque The Walking Wounded avant la sortie prochaine du nouvel album de BAYSIDE. Produit par SHEP GOODMAN (HEAD AUTOMATICA) et KENNY GIOIA (MARCY PLAYGROUND), The Walking Wounded est le troisième opus du groupe. S'inscrivant comme le nouvel espoir de la scène émo-rock avec FALL OUT BOY et PANIC AT THE DISCO, BAYSIDE a su rapidement s'imposer parmi ses confrères grâce à un son puissant et des mélodies imparables. Retrouvez dans The Walking Wounded - Gold Edition toute la saveur de cet album entré directement dans le top des charts américains lors de sa sortie ainsi que de nombreux bonus exclusifs venus agrémenter le DVD qui l'accompagne.
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As some have suggested, this album is 'softer' then previous Bayside albums. However, don't be fooled by that statement. This is the second album which lead singer/guitarist Anthony Raneri primarily wrote the lyrics for. These lyrics I feel are a true reflection of his life. An example of this are songs like 'Dear Your Holiness'. In a journal that kept up with the recording process of this album, Raneri mentioned his frustration with religion and the possible existence of God. That frustration ultimately evolved into 'Dear Your Holiness'.
Another big factor is the fact that Raneri was engaged, about to be married, to his current wife. For someone in this state to have the same harsh lyrics, like the ones featured on 'Bayside', is just hard to imagine. That is not a knock on the album or Raneri as a songwriter at all. I feel these songs are great because of the deep, emotional lyrics that may have been inspired by this part of his life. This album is an example of how you have to let it all out when trying to make a great album. Listening to the album top to bottom, it appears that no emotion is left out.
Aside from the deep, meaningful lyrics on this album, the general sound is quite pleasing. The debut for Chris Guglielmo as drummer was a good one. They may not be the most unique drum beats, but they are definitely good ones. They seem to go with the general feel of the lyrics that are in the song. Another thing to note is the guitar work. Jack O'Shea remains in my mind, a very underrated guitarist. His solo on the first song, 'The Walking Wounded', was astounding. The producers simply let the man go crazy. Also to mention are how the guitars flow well with the lyrics. My personal favorite is the way they are used in the second song 'They're Not Horses, They're Unicorns'. They are heavy and rough, just as the lyrics seem to be.
Although this may not be the harshest Bayside album, even a bit soft, I still feel it is their best to date. The emotion that went into the album is second to none. Raneri has evolved as a songwriter right before listener's eyes. He has learned to let all of his emotions flow into the music, which is the reason this album is a must-hear to those who want emotional music written from the heart.
The title track "The Walking Wounded" send you on a rolercoaster ride of highs and lows culminating on a brilliant arrangement of song and sound. The songs are not about cutting their wrists over a girl slapping them in the face or whining about a bad relationship. They are about living life to the full and learning from your mistakes and they don't have to scream to get their point across. The sure single "Duality" finds a balance between feelings of hopelessness and feelings of truly being alive. "Carry On" tells a story of being able to move on despite adversity and struggles in life and describes how difficult it is to overcome it all. But even more amazing is how the arrangement of the music in the song develops as the lyrics do (high, low, soft, and strong). Amazing.
The CD is on loop in my car and I enjoy it more and more everytime I hear it. But don't be fooled, this is not one of those albums that you "have to hear twice to appreciate". You'll appreciate the first goaround. Buy this album and you will just be another victim of succumbing to brilliant music.