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Page Artiste Spin Doctors


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  • CD (14 mai 1996)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000002B0W
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Mini-disque  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.7 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
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Disque : 1

  1. You've Got To Believe In Something
  2. House
  3. Dogs On A Doe
  4. I Can't Believe You're Still With Her
  5. She Used To Be Mine
  6. She's Not You
  7. To Make Me Blue
  8. 'Bout A Train
  9. Where Angels Fear To Tread
  10. If Wishes Were Horses
  11. Sister Sisyphus
  12. Bonus Track 1

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Par gégé-blues TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 15 septembre 2011
Format: CD
L'album sort en 1996 et si le premier titre est prometteur avec son intro au piano et un développement mélodique à la rythmique syncopée, le reste ne surprend pas. J'aime bien « To Make Me Blue » et « Sister sisyphus » mais le rock alternatif de Spin Doctors aux rythmes funky finit par me lasser au bout des 52mn que durent les 12 titres ici proposés.
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Y a rien de pénible la dedans, chaque morceau t'envoie au 7eme ciel sans promesse de retour!! Quand je passe ça, y en a pas un qui fait" statue", ça gigote ferme,et le bar à intérêt à être ouvert, parceque leur musique à tendance à assoiffer la meute. Maintenant si t'écoule ça en révisant tes maths, tu peux arrêter, tu seras pas reçu!!!
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Les Spin Doctors continuent de baisser en régime, c'est toujours bon à écouter mais c'est moins percutant, moins puissant. Il se diversifie un peu mais ça reste gentil.
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HASH(0x9fa3b69c) étoiles sur 5 This Album Deserves Some Respect 26 août 1999
Par Madcat (madcat797@yahoo.com) - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The failure of this album boggles the mind. Personally, I think it's fantastic. Maybe people were hoping for a re-hash of Pocket Full of Kryptonite or something. Well, that's obviously not what this album is. A lot has changed since those days, some for the better, some for the worse, but in the end, the Spin Doctors remain a great band with a great sound. The title song which opens the album has a lot of soul to it, and it's unusual sound shows that the Doctors aren't afraid to try something new. The real highlights are She Used to Be Mine (the single they released----very funky and catchy----it should have been a hit), She's Not You (the SD's first slow, sad, love-song. It's beautifully written and played, and conveys a lot of feeling), To Make Me Blue (a charged, energetic song with great guitars), and Sister Sisyphus (a funk song that reminiscent of some of their earlier work). If Wishes Were Horses is also worth mentioning. Someone criticized it for it's goofy rhyming, but I think that person misunderstood the song. The lyrics are SUPPOSED to be a bit goofy. It's the way the song is----a bit silly, sometimes almost nonsensical, and just plain fun. Also, don't forget the SD's version of That's the Way I Like It (not listed on the album cover). It's another really fun song to listen to. Actually, all of the songs are good, except for Dogs on a Doe (#3), which was sort of lame and seemed out of place on this album. All in all, You've Got to Believe is something is a energetic, funky, fun, rock album that is a refreshing answer to the SD's second CD, the somewhat tired Turn it Upside Down. It is yet another example of a great work that has gone unappreciated. The people who decided not to buy it are missing out on something great.
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HASH(0x9fa3baa4) étoiles sur 5 Wonderful. . . 5 août 2000
Par Cameron White - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I am an oddity, as far as Spin Doctors fans go. The first SD album I bought was Here Comes the Bride, which I bought on a whim because I had heard their songs "Two Princes" and "Little Miss Can't be Wrong" and thought that they were good. I enjoyed Here Comes the Bride a lot (even though they sounded quite a bit different than they did on those two singles, I had little idea of their history at that time) and wanted more of the Spin Doctors great instrumental expertise and wacky lyrics. I spent a few months hunting for PFOK (cuz I knew it was their most popular, and their first mass-released album) and finally found it in the back corner of a Sam Goody's (in the Tri-Cities of Washington) slowly gathering dust.
I was delighted by their old sound, and that album solidified me as a die-hard Spin fan. I just recently got this album (their third mass-released) and was again delighted by it. It sounds a bit different than PFOK, and a lot different from HCTB, but it is still vintige Spin Doctors, and again shows their evolution as artists.
This album, needless to say, is great. Check out the title track, for it's joyful chorus. And the sad love song that is "She's not You." It brings a singular tear to my eye. Also notable at "Sister Sisphyphus", and their hidden track "That's the Way (I like it)", (stick around for the kazozs bit at the end of the song, it's very funny).
I recommend this CD to anyone who likes the spin doctors (or their singles), anyone who likes cheerful, soulful, and a bit goofy songs, and anyone who likes good music.
Keep the chee up, y'all.
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HASH(0x9fa3bb1c) étoiles sur 5 Their Finest Work 10 janvier 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The Spin Doctors are one of the most underrated bands of the past decade, and the commercial failure of this album is truly a crime. You've Got to Believe In Something recaptures in the momentum they had on Pocketful of Kryptonite, and in some cases, it even surpasses it. Unlike the second album (Turn It Upside Down --- a good one, but a little tired-sounded), this album is brimming with their familiar funk-rock-blues synthesis, and with energy and vigor. You've Got to Believe In Something is also the title of the opening tract. It's a bit different for the Spin Doctors, but it rocks, in fact, it even has a soulful sound to it. House has a lot of acoustic guitar in it in addition to the customary electric one, but it is a fun song that I would describe as I rock with a hip-hop influence. Dogs On A Doe is the albums one weak spot. It doesn't really fit on hear, and the doesn't sound all that great. I Can't Believe You're Still With Her is a pop song with excellent lyrics and a fun sound. She Used to Mine is the real treat on this CD though. It has everything --- a funky sound, great singing, a soulful chorus, and wonderful lyrics. It really, REALLY should have been a hit. She's Not You is slow, sad, and touching song. The next track, To Make Me Blue, is a marked contrast --- a very energetic rock song. 'Bout A Train is one of the best rock-blues songs you'll ever here. I can't do it justice ... you simply have to hear it for yourself. Where Angels Fear To Tread and If Wishes Were Horses are both very enjoyable pop songs, especially the latter (a bit goofy, but still great). Sister Sisyphus is a feast if you like funk-rock, like I do. Last but not least, there is the unlisted tract, a cover of That's The Way I Like It. It's obvious that the Spin Doctors had a lot of fun recording it, and I certainly have fun listening to it, although the part in the middle is ..... well, interesting (you'll see what I mean). On the whole, I was very impressed with both the music and Chris Barron's singing, and I think this is the band's strongest album lyrically. Also, it is just plain fun to listen too --- a good thing to pick you up when you're a bit blue --- upbeat, yet at the same time not overly perky or pop. People who turned away from this album don't know what they are missing.
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HASH(0x9fa3bab0) étoiles sur 5 Good Times, Good Music 28 juin 2004
Par J. Clark - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Youve got to believe in something is the soundtrack to the happiest times in my life. I bought it when I was 15 years old back in 1996. It is such an optimistic happy record with much heart and soul. If wishes were horses, Bout A Train and I cant believe youre still with her are 3 really good tunes to go along with all the other wonderful music on this record. Spin Doctors are truly one of the most underated bands in a long time because for whatever reason only their first album(and some recognition for their sophmore record) was recognized. This album would definitely be in my pick for one of the top ten of the decade. I bought it in 96' and I still love it today.
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HASH(0x9fa3bfe4) étoiles sur 5 Exellent! 2 janvier 2000
Par Chris (sinko25@hotmail.com) - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Why the heck did this album fail? Its a fun album only the Spin Doctors could pull off. The single (she used to be mine) is a little repetitive, but all the other songs are really strong. The docs should have released Sister Sysiphis as a single, thats the best song on the CD. its totally funky. House sounds a lot better live, but the bridge was really cool on this CD. Buy it! Its worth it!
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