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  • CD (24 octobre 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B005MAHXFS
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Track By Track: Go Radio 3 mars 2011
Par wcreiniger - Publié sur Amazon.com
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While MP3 samples are just way too short, Jason Lancaster's brief explanation of each track on Go Radio's "Lucky Street" album - told to Alternative Press below - made the Amazon MP3 purchase of the entire LP worthwhile and a decision I will never regret. The bonus track of the original "Forever My Father", Jason recorded with his sister and brother, priceless!

Lucky Street
"Lucky Street" is a song we wrote for the Do Overs And Second Chances EP, but we all kind of thought it was on a different level than the rest of the songs. I wrote it about a dream I had about the end of the world. In the dream, I was in New York City standing on Lucky Street, and I was watching everything crumble around me. It was so vivid and so amazing to see. The beauty was terrifying. In the end, there were only a few people left, and no one even seemed aware that it was over, or that everything we knew had changed. Everyone was staring into the sky and watching it fill with floating balloons.

Any Other Heart
This song is a delayed reaction to being abandoned by my stepmother after my father's passing. She cut off communication with all of us, stopped calling, writing, anything. We found out later that she had remarried and just started over about six months after we last talked to her. The time between the funeral and her deciding to start over? Roughly two weeks. Janet (or whatever your name is now), you deserve what you get.

Singing With The King
"Singing With The King" is really a song to celebrate life. We all dealt with a lot of loss during this past year. Between friends and family, it really didn't seem fair. We started talking about how lucky we all were to have the chance to know those people, how much of an impact they had on our lives, how much they all meant to us in this life and how if there is a next life, how much they will mean to us then. It made us all really grateful for how much we have. This song is all about saying, "Hey, if it's my time to go tomorrow, then I'll be okay. I'm fine with what I've done and the decisions I've made. I've loved and lost. I've cried and I've found ways to smile after. And at the end of the day, that's more than a lot of people get to say."

Strength To Stay
We wrote this right after my grandmother passed. The chorus happened on a car ride home from visitation. Then more inspiration came from watching a close friend of ours smile through terminal cancer. She was a saint and an angel. Watching her hold on and fight for everything to the very end was both the hardest and most awe-inspiring thing I've ever seen. Carly Driscoll, we love you. You and your family touched us more than we could ever say in a song.

Swear It Like You Mean It
This song actually came to life a couple years back when our guitarist Alex [Reed] first moved to Tallahassee. He started playing this piano progression while we were at our studio working on demos and immediately started working with it. The lyrics reflect on the dissolving of my relationship at the time and became the first song Alex and I ever worked on together.

Why I'm Home
"Why I'm Home" was originally released as an iTunes single long before the making of Lucky Street. It really caught fire on the internet and became an instant fan favorite. It was definitely something we were really excited about when we had the opportunity to work with strings and make the song even bigger than the original.

Kill The Beast
"Kill The Beast" is an anthem to us. It's a song about being so happy about where we are, and the road we've taken to get here. It's about how we've never stopped believing in what we do, and how it's so amazing to see other people believe in it with us.

Hold On
"Hold On" is another anthem for us. It's about using every ounce of your strength and not being able to go any further on your journey, but somehow summoning enough energy from somewhere deep inside of you to carry on. This is one of the songs on the album with a string quartet on it, and we especially love the pizzicato parts.

Forever My Father
This is a song to my father. It's a cry for something to help fill the void that was left when he passed, and it's an oath from myself, my brother, my sister and my best friends to never forget the man he was or the people around us we love.

Fight, Fight (Reach For The Sky)
"Fight, Fight" is a song that very nearly didn't make the record. We loved the riffs and parts of the song, but we went into the studio with only a verse idea for vocals. We thought that it might be just a little too different for the rest of the album, but [producer] Tim O'Heir insisted that it wasn't and that we had to put it on the record. Thankfully we did, because this song turned out awesome. Our good friend Matt Agrella from Look Mexico recorded the horns at his practice studio in Austin, Texas, and e-mailed us the files. It's a fun one for sure.

House Of Hallways
This song is about the way we all seem to find ourselves in the situations we fear the most. It was the first song written for this album, and it's about fear and the realization that fear isn't going to get us anywhere. We're all in the positions we're in because of decisions we've made, and we can only count on ourselves to make it better.

Redemption In The Verse
This song is a rainy day "we can endure" story. It's "no matter what, if we stick together, stay positive and focused, we will triumph." The "la-di-da" parts kind of represent a choral singing, unifying feel.

The Truth Is
"The Truth Is" originated from a song that Matt [Poulos, bass] wrote for his wife when they were dating. It was the last song that we worked on for the record, and we went into it with the mentality that it was going to be the ending track. The song really took on a life of its own and ended up being very different than the original, but it's easily one of our favorites of the record.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent Effort 30 août 2011
Par Richard Fondrk - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I've been playing this CD all the time, and every listen gets better than the last. So many gems. Lucky Street is a great anthem to lead off the CD. Any Other Heart is catchy, but the lyrics and the message are scaving. House of Hallways is is introspective and thoughtful, with excellent, emotion filled vocals. All these songs are well written, with excellent lyrics that paint a colorful visual in every song. Buying the actual CD is a tremendous plus. Some of the music is explained, and the lyrics for all songs are there for you to emerse yourself in. The tribute to Forever My Father is powerfully moving. I cried the last 5 or 6 times I played the song, especially the version that Jaison's brother and sister join in. This is my favorite CD from this summer, probably for the year... don't miss out on this effort.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Some great tunes... 20 mars 2012
Par FridgeHB - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm what you'd call a casual Mayday Parade fan. Since I liked them, I thought I would like this band. I was right. Go Radio has really helped me find some good music in this world where music is getting worse and worse. I had listened to most of these songs prior to buying the album, thanks youtube, so I had a pretty good idea of what their sound was like.

After the buying the album and listening to the whole thing, I couldn't be happier with my purchase. Not only are each of the songs great, but the arrangement of the album give you a good mix of upbeat punk/rock with some nice chill power songs. Just buy it already...if you're reading this it means you like this kind of music and you won't be disappointed.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very Happy 3 septembre 2011
Par Todd Tyler - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I buy a lot of music and bought this album based only on Amazon.com recommendations. This does not always work out for me as I end up buying a lot of mediocre music. However, I can say that Lucky Street by Go Radio has made it into my regular rotation. This is the music that will probably never get played on the radio, but is an amazing stand alone album for those who appreciate great non-radio rock. If you are even reading this review, you probably already appreciate Go Radio or have an appreciation for music that is off the radar of the average radio listener. So go ahead and pull the trigger, you won't regret it.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Playing this album on repeat 6 octobre 2012
Par Kissa - Publié sur Amazon.com
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There are very few albums these days that I want to listen to all the way though. This is definately an album that you want to listen to every last song. I was always a fan of Mayday Parade's first album and when I learned that the lead singer for that album was now in a band called Go Radio I just had to check them out. And I am glad that I did because I bought every one of their albums, they are just that good.
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