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  • CD (6 octobre 2008)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Downtown Records
  • ASIN : B001DNQTB2
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
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LOYALTY TO LOYALTY

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En 2006, le single puissant « Hang Me up to Dry » avait fait la réussite amplement méritée du premier album de Cold War Kids, Robbers & Cowards… même si la voix de Nathan Willett avait pu en agacer plus d’un. Loyalty to Loyalty était donc attendu avec impatience.

À la première écoute de ces treize chansons, on s’interroge sur ce qui a pu se passer entre les deux disques. Cold War Kids auraient-ils été enfermés par des chamanes à subir des élixirs douteux et à écouter toute la journée le Jefferson Airplane ? Impression étrange, donc, mais loin d’être négative : Loyalty to Loyalty est un excellent album ressuscitant toute musique proche du psychédélisme dans les années 1970 (et cela en fait beaucoup). Et qui contraste intelligemment avec les prises de position textuelles du groupe, qui ne vante pas précisément les vertus de l’hédonisme…

Refusant l’homogénéité, l’album s’affiche comme inégal, évitant l’ennui et les répétitions. S’y détache l’évident tube « Something Is Not Right With Me », qui électrise par son rythme saccadé et son chant furieusement poignant, proche de la crise de nerfs. Loyalty to Loyalty recèle d’autres bijoux : un « Relief » risqué et réussi, un hypnotique « I’ve Seen Enough », ou encore un « Mexican Dogs » que ne renierait pas un Jimi Hendrix.

Nathan Willett demeure sans conteste le point fort du groupe. S’investissant dans chacun des morceaux comme si c’était le dernier, il impressionne toujours par sa force d’interprétation. Certains l’accuseront de surenchère, mais tant d’émotion non feinte ne peut que servir ce rock abrupt et ambitieux.

- Copyright 2016 Music Story

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Certains trouvent la voie du chanteur énervante, personnellement j'adore, l'émotion passe. Ce disque a été mal noté à sa sortie, pourtant il est dans la continuité du premier, avec peut être plus de morceaux minimalistes mais tout aussi excellents.
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HASH(0x8f2d9120) étoiles sur 5 Cold War Kids - Loyalty to Loyalty 6/10 24 septembre 2008
Par Rudolph Klapper - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Indie rock derived from the back roads of some of the best Americana music tradition is not a particularly new idea nowadays, as bands struggle to try to outdo each other with a sound that hasn't hit it big yet. The National, Band of Horses, Midlake, dozens of bands are lining up for a swing at that big `ole `70s bluesy sound. Luckily for Fullerton, CA band Cold War Kids, they've already made a name for themselves with 2006's critically acclaimed Robbers & Cowards, a vibrant piece of indie rock that incorporated the best of old-school blues and backwoods country rock. The Kids wade in even deeper on Loyalty to Loyalty, and while much of this sophomore effort captures the urgency of their debut, at times the Kids drag rather than kick things up.

Singer Nathan Willett is a big reason for the band's appeal, a divisive vocalist with a raw, less trained Jeff Buckley-ish set of pipes and a penchant for preaching. But just as he uplifts some of Loyalty's best songs with a raspy passion on the down `n dirty "Mexican Dogs" or with smart lyrics on the thumping drums and sexy rhythm of "I've Seen Enough," his voice can turn from interesting and fresh to grating and intolerable with just a few misplaced falsettos. Single "Something Is Not Right With Me," although musically spot-on, is derailed by Willett's ranting shouts, while the band's decision to lift Willett's vocals way above everything else on the much-too-slow "Avalanche B" and the otherwise catchy "I've Seen Enough" make one wish Willett took more lessons.

The rest of the band is as on top of their style as ever before, cranking out track after track of irrepressibly bluesy, bar band-esque rockers that roar along on menacing guitar ("Mexican Dogs") or lilting, jazzy piano melodies ("Every Valley Is Not A Lake"). And while closing songs like "Relief" collapse under the weight of their own pretensions and Willett's howling, a tasteful mood piece like "Golden Gate Jumpers," with one of the record's best lyrics and melodies, remind one why Cold War Kids became famous in the first place.
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HASH(0x8d77ab34) étoiles sur 5 Different from robbers still distinct and strong 24 juillet 2009
Par Bruce Bucknell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Robbers and Cowards is an excellent album, full of energy and emotion. Loyalty has a different approach, yet maintains what made Robbers so strong. The lack of a single rhythm guitar through every song and their use of different instruments to drive songs forward is a nice change from the present mainstream song formula. The album starts strong with six unique songs, all different but with an energy running throughout, Something is Not Right With Me is poppy, but is not your typical teeny-pop sound or lyrics. I can't get into Avalanche in B or Every Man, but there are amazing counters like Dreams Old Men Dream and Golden Gate Jumpers that are easy to relate to with reflective lyrics.
It is not Robbers and it shouldn't be, but after a few listens through it is just as strong overall.

These guys are an incredible live show, most energetic live show I've seen in years-it is easy to see they love what they are doing.
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HASH(0x8ef9a864) étoiles sur 5 Great second coming from the Cold War Men 29 janvier 2009
Par DIOONER - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If you've heard Cold War Kids' debut, "Robbers & Cowards", you'd probably agree that despite key tracks such as "We Used To Vacation", "Hang Me Up To Dry" or even "Hospital Beds" and an overall seductive energy, its full length listening was somewhat irritating, mainly due to their singer Nathan Willett's off-key, even mournful at times, falsetto.

Well, it's more of the same on this second effort, except that this time you won't run to the skip button after 30 seconds of any track; the whole mood is rather more downbeat, dare I say soulful, and this time around they have enough good songs (greatness is even overwhelming here on at least four of the 13 tracks) to make a full album, where their debut could (should ?) have been an awesome EP. The piano hard-chords and the guitar twists collide more gracefully, and a few of the vocals even recall the late and great Jeff Buckley, in a far rawer mode for sure.

Highlights ? Well, opener "Against Privacy" sets the mood for most of the album, before "Mexican Dogs" provides a soul-rock anthem of epic proportions. First single, the aptly-titled "Something Is Not Right With Me", melts an almost disco bassline with Willett's sensible roars over an increasing intense backbeat. This should be a hit, but not in The Jonas Brothers' sense for sure... Still, the most rewarding efforts here are when CWKs slow down a bit, to let their truly original musicianship take control of their (and our) senses: "Every Man I Fall For", "Dreams Old Men Dream" (which sounds almost like a harsher, punkier U2 'circa "Boy") and "On The Night My Love Broke Through" (all in one go) form an intense and quite inspiring suite of songs most bands of their generation would kill for (and older ones too, at that).

If you're looking for a truly original noisy-pop band that manages to pull out accurately its passion, anger and emotive skills, and to brilliantly wrap great music at that around them on one single piece of plastic, "Loyalty To Loyalty" provides all of this and more.

Highly recommended.
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HASH(0x8d5b872c) étoiles sur 5 If sharks don't get you first, crabs will have their way with you. 4 octobre 2008
Par Jason Stein - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Cold War Kids second album "Loyalty to Loyalty" might not be as good as their 2006 debut "Robbers & Cowards". The band have chosen a less mainstream approach, and their influences here are apparent--The Doors, Led Zeppelin, U2 and Violent Femmes.

The band delves into blues, rock and funk, except this time the songs are not as catchy. The lyrics are bleak, and the mood of the disc is somber with a wry wit. Standout tracks like "Every Valley is Not A Lake" or "Something is Not Right With Me" or "Welcome to the Occupation" give "Loyalty to Loyalty" some spring, whereas "Golden Gate Jumpers", "Dreams Old Men Dream" and "On the Night My Love Broke Through" add a moody atmosphere to the proceedings.

As a whole, "Loyalty to Loyalty" hangs together well, but in the end you are left wondering what was that I just listened to? I think their debut was more original than "Loyalty to Loyalty". Their sophomore slump might do them in if they can't come up with something magnificent to return with. I mean, there are no "Hang Me Up To Dry's" or "Hospital Beds" here, but there are a few good songs and overall and dour, depressed mood which isn't a bad thing if that's what you're in the mood for.

So, three and a half stars for "Loyalty to Loyalty". I'm hoping next time the band will try and rock out more.
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HASH(0x8d5b9af8) étoiles sur 5 Silly quick raters 27 septembre 2008
Par T. Longwell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
How many times have people listened to this album before accusing it of being a sophie slumper? I find this album to have less energy and I would argue that this is absolutely a positive. The first album was bursting at the seams with energy, it could become grating to listen to from start to finish. This album is very dynamic and the song composition is very interesting, all of which stays constrained enough as to not become fatiguing. If anything I think that this is a wonderful complement to their first album.

Can't wait to catch them at the TLA with this new material!
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