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  • CD (11 octobre 2005)
  • Date de sortie d'origine: 30 août 2005
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Elektra
  • ASIN : B0009X777W
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Disque : 1

  1. Run away
  2. Right here
  3. Paper jesus
  4. Schizophrenic conversations
  5. Falling
  6. Cross to bear
  7. Devil
  8. Please
  9. Everything changes
  10. Take this
  11. King of all excuses
  12. Reply

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CHAPTER V


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Bon, allez, faut noter cet album, ça serait dommage, et il n'a pour le moment bénéficié que d'un commentaire très... "subjectif" un peu plus loin ^^
De fait, après avoir écouté toute la discographie de Staind, je ne suis resté scotché que sur celui-ci. 14 shades était sympa mais des fois un peu laborieux, seuls quelques morceaux "décollaient" vraiment. Là, ça se sent que le temps passe et que ça trouve son aboutissement :-)
Il ne faut s'attendre à aucune révolution dans le petit monde du gros rock US, mais chaque morceau trouve son envolée et y a toujours un petit brin de la mélodie qu'on se trouve à siffloter à un moment ou un autre ! On retrouve les atmosphères un peu sombres liées au groupe, mais cette fois-ci la lumière perce toujours à un moment.
Peu de déchet ainsi, et au contraire quelques morceaux qui flambent sérieusement comme Schizophrenic Conversations ou encore Take This. Mais là c'est du personnel, à vous de trouver votre graal ^^
Au final un album quasi dans la lignée d'un Papa Roach : on a l'impression que c'est purement inconséquent, mais l'énergie est telle et si envoutante que ça devient vite un indispensable dans notre discothèque perso !
A écouter indéniablement, ne serait-ce que pour se faire un ptit plaisir :-)
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Par franky le 28 février 2010
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j ai achete cet album cd sur amazon parce qu'on ne le trouve plus dans la ville ou je vis.ce groupe est tres tres bon a ecouter egalement du meme artiste 14 shades of grey
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HASH(0x981b624c) étoiles sur 5 Something Old, Something New. 10 août 2005
Par Andy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Well, one thing you'll notice upon your first listen to Staind's new album, "Chapter V," is that frontman Aaron Lewis seems to have moved past the "high on life" attitude he toted throughout much of 2003's ironically titled "14 Shades Of Grey." Not to say he's angry again, but gone are such sweet ballads as "So Far Away" and "Zoe Jane." If "Chapter V" is like any Staind album, it's probably best compared to "Break The Cycle." Taking turns between moody, introspective ballads and raw, in your face cuts that are likely to inspire a moshpit. Although they are far from reinventing themselves, Staind take a little bit of their past, and update it, and mix it up with feelings of today. In the past,they took things to extremes. If you wanted to kill yourself, "Tormented" would be your soundtrack. If you finally found inner happiness, "14 Shades Of Grey" would be your cup of tea. "Chapter V" takes the challenge of balancing all those emotions. From low lows, to high highs, all the bases are covered on this one album. I think it's safe to say that Staind have created an album that will appeal to most everyone.

With David Botrill (Tool, Silverchair) producing, and with guitarist Mike Mushok sporting a lush head of hair, Staind are back. "Chapter V" begins with one of the best, "Run Away," which takes things to a new level for the group. Mushok's guitar parts are more expressive than ever, and truly define this one song. It's a perfect way to kick off things, with a song that carries so many dynamics, much like the entire album itself. Fans of the group will find familiar fare in the mid-tempo, semi-ballads "Right Here" and "Schizophrenic Conversations," but the group truly reaches it's peak with the mezmerizing and touching "Everything Changes." On the other end of the spectrum, "Paper Jesus" and "Falling" will most likely appease fans of "Tormented" or "Dysfunction." It's important to note that the lyrical content of this album takes things in a whole new direction. Aaron seems to be a bit more ambiguous this time around with his messages, which is actually quite refreshing, from someone who wore his feelings on his sleeve for four albums prior. The tone of the album is neither negative, nor positive. Yes, the man found happiness, as was well documented on the last album, but he obviously still is living on planet Earth and still has things on his mind, which is what "Chapter V" is all about. It's not whiney, it's not preachy. It's not angry, it's not joyful. It is quite simply, human.

While the album as a whole isn't perfect, it is still a five star album in my eyes, for it takes Staind to a whole new level. Now, at their fifth album (wow, time flies), they seem to be settling into a comfort zone, where they can handle all dynamics, where they are above and beyond the competition. The musicianship on here is excellent, a notch above, and Aaron's vocal deliver is stellar as always. Anyone who has followed Staind this far will find much cause for celebration with this album.
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HASH(0x981b62a0) étoiles sur 5 And the hits just keep on coming... 16 août 2006
Par firesoul51 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
While some may argue that Staind is becoming too soft compared to their earlier albums like Tormented and Dysfunction, that sentiment hasn't stopped them from putting out another great album packed with hits. This album blends their "hard core" metal beginnings with their greatly developed musical talents and abilities and the result is friggin brilliance. Aaron's vocals and Mike's guitar make this album worth buying.
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HASH(0x981b66d8) étoiles sur 5 Stop Hatin' 11 août 2006
Par hellrun - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Poor Staind. No one ever seems to understand them. Their first two albums, "tormented" and "dysfunction" were hits, showcasing staind's heavy blend of hard rock, and frontman Aaron Lewis's screwed up family angst. But after "dysfunction" staind started to play down the heaviness, and focus on their musical abilities. Lewis dropped the screaming for the most part, but his angst stayed the same. Still, all the wimps hiding behind their message boards talked crap.

With this, their fifth release, Staind continue pretty much where "break the cycle" and "14 shades of grey left off" the lead single, right here, is a breathtaking piece, followed by many more. I recently saw Staindwith three days grace and hurt on the Jagermeister world tour, and their show was a breathtaking experience for me, my girlfriend and our 2 friends.

So everyone who doesnt believe in evolution...stop talkin crap and go listen to your crappy pop-emo bands.........stop disrespecting legitimate artists like staind
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HASH(0x981b6aa4) étoiles sur 5 sweet a$$ album 14 août 2005
Par FO SHIZZY - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I've been a fan of Staind since the beginning. Im not one of these losers who thinks they sold out. Im just as big a fan now as i was back when they were into the heavier riffs of tormented. So take it from me...Staind still kicks. Im gonna break the album down a little and show you where im coming from.

Run Away....8.5/10...kicks ass...solid opening lick...kinda like....open your eyes from BTC

Right Here....9/10...take away the fact that the radio has it on way too much ... its still one of Stainds best ever

Paper Jesus...8.5/10...takes us back to tormented...complete chaos and yet o so sweet

Schizophrenic Conversations...8.5/10...aweomse song to put after paper jesus..takes things down a notch

Falling....9/10...awesome song...sounds kinda like 14 shades of grey with a little btc....really good message

Cross to Bear....8.5/10...gets better and better with every listen..awesome vocal harmony on the chorus

Devil....8.5/10...kinda creepy tune with soft guitars...really good stuff

Please....10/10...highlight of the album...just the best Staind has ever put out

Everything Changes...10/10...almost as good as Please...similar to so far away from 14 shades of grey but much deeper and more passionate

Take This...8/10...softest song on the album...chorus is kind of weak but the rest of the song is still great

King of Excuses ...8.5/10....similar to for you on btc...heavy song with killer riffs

Reply...9/10....awesome awesome song...great closer
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HASH(0x981b6b88) étoiles sur 5 4 for V 4 septembre 2005
Par Moses Shuster - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I have listened to System's new album...It was good!
I have listened to Disturbed's new album...It was ok...
I have listened to Ill Nino's new album...Dissapointment!!

I listened to Staind's new album...Some people may think im crazy, but along with Mezmerize, so far this is the BEST of '05. "14 Shades Of Grey" kinda sucked, but wow... This is so enjoyable. Heavy "Break The Cycle", and yes "DYSFUNCTION" type Staind, along withe usual Aaron Lewis type melody describes this album. The CD starts with "Run Away" which in my head is a perfect track..Reminds me of "Taproot- Poem", but with more emotion to it. "Right Here"...Dont get me wrong, this is a good song, but i tend to kind of dislike it, because its too soft, shouldnt have been the single, because it monotones Staind to the "14 Shades..." style. Then you get Paper Jesus and...D**N that is heavy! Its pretty catchy too. "Schizophrenic Conv." is a good song, probably good for a single as other people say, but it dosent get my attention..."Falling" is slow, but still has some good hard rock in it, and a very catchy chorus. "Cross To Bare" is kind of another song like Run Away....Fast paced, heavy, not too heavy, good song. Im gunna skip ahead to my other fave track on the album "King Of All Excuses"...I hear this track before anything else (besides for "Right Here") on Chapter V, and i gotta say...I was sitting in my chair STUNNED at what i heard Staind do...This is the track that said straight to me "Staind is BACK!". All in all, it still gets soft at some points, but i find this album REALLY enjoyable. As a matter of fact, i think this is the BEST Staind album ive ever heard.
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