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  • CD (21 janvier 2014)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00GJSWWTY
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle
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Disque : 1

  1. Slow Dive
  2. Anagram
  3. It's About Time
  4. Crystallized
  5. Mind Over Matter
  6. Daydreamer
  7. Firelight
  8. Camera
  9. In My Home
  10. Eros
  11. Teachers
  12. Waves
  13. Paralysis

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Étonnant de ne remarquer aucun commentaire pour ce groupe pourtant majeur aux États-Unis. En effet ces derniers font salle comble la bas et ont un beau succès depuis la sortie de leur premier album éponyme il y a 2 ans de cela grâce à des tubes comme appartement et my body. Sur ce deuxième album le groupe enfonce le clou avec encore plus de hits comme it s about time, crystalised ,mind over matter ,camera, éros etc...La production est propre et le mixage parfait. Young the giant fait du rock alternatif,mais sort des sentiers battus grâce à un chanteur qui une voix admirable et grâce à un binôme de guitariste qui vous balance des arpèges sublimes et des riffs bien trouvés.Le groupe sera à la maroquinerie de Paris le 26 mai. Allez les voir car c'est un groupe live impressionnant.
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HASH(0x8b82681c) étoiles sur 5 Thanks YTG! 27 janvier 2014
Par Haley Kupper - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Tracklisting:

1. Slow Dive 0:47
2. Anagram 4:54
Cookie cutter YTG. Nice way to open the album.
3. It’s About Time 3:48
The first single I heard off the CD before it was released. I was already a fan of Young The Giant and was greatly anticipating this album. The song is catchy for sure…that CHORUS can definitely lodge itself in your mind and I don’t even care when it does. Lyrically I never really knew what he was singing about until I looked them up and I still don’t have a clue what their about but who cares?! The melody and riffs are awesome.
4. Crystallized 4:00
Another super catchy tune. Follows “It’s About Time” very nicely. It’s toned down a bit with more lyrical depth and singability. “When the beat of my drum / Meets the beat of your heart / You know I couldn’t love any other – any other / This is where I come from / This is where I belong / With the beat of your drum / Not any other” I am also a huge fan of the bridge in this song 2:17-2:40. I am predicting this track gets some air time very soon.
5. Mind Over Matter 4:04
Follows “Crystallized” beautifully. This album has GREAT flow. Another extremely catchy chorus here. I crank the volume on this track as lead singer Sameer Gadhia’s vocals give me goosebumps.
6. Daydreamer 3:58
Decent song but not the most memorable or favorite of mine. Because of the wonderful flow of the entire CD, I listen to it unshuffled track 1 – 13. Daydreamer fits within the album, but by itself I would probably skip over it.
7. Firelight 5:34
Besides the intro, every track up until this point has been pretty upbeat and unrelenting so “Firelight” is a welcome change of pace. Lyrically nothing is really profound, I am more partial to the story told in the vocal inflections and melodies. He could be singing about finding his lost dog here and I wouldn’t really notice. Much more in tune to the the instrumentals and vocal harmony. Another small criticism is the length of the song. For a middle track, I kind of just wanted the song to be over before it wasn’t. I would have shortened the song or put it at the end.
8. Camera 5:12
YAY! My favorite! I am in love with the lyrics, with the emotion in the vocals, with the strings, with the verse/chorus dynamic, everything about this song. If I don’t feel like listening to the entire CD I go to this song. If I want to introduce someone to the new YTG CD, I go to this song. Because this song feels a little more “advanced”, if I wanted to introduce someone to YTG altogether, I would probably choose “It’s About Time”.
9. In My Home 3:40
Bringing the tempo back up after two slower tracks, “In My Home” is sure to have you singing at the top of your lungs with the band while fist pumping and burying the needle (if you’re driving). Reminds me of Jimmy Eat World in a way.
10. Eros 4:10
“Eros” sticks out as the quirky track of the album. Slightly experimental feel that still has familiarity. It won’t leave listeners who aren’t completely immersed in the alt-genre feeling lost or uncomfortable, and it will keep listeners manifested in the album interested. A couple listens is enough for me and if the track plays while I’m shuffling through my music collection I would give it a Skip.
11. Teachers 3:40
Lyrically and musically this track seems to me to be the most tormented and although with YTG I don’t usually don’t pick up on negativity/anger/frustration/despair, it’s here now. The song is great at building up to the finally minute or so in which guitars, drums, and howling vocals are crashing into you with hurricane force waves.
12. Waves 4:38
Again with wonderful flow – “Waves” comes in after “Teachers” and it just makes sense. Still emotional, still raw. More vulnerable.
13. Paralysis 4:35
Synths! Breathy vocals! Very dramatic song. Not a typical direction for this band, but it fits nice. This is also my favorite song, lyrically.

Overall I am very impressed with this album and recommend it to current and new YTG fans. I give it extreme props on album flow and direction. There really isn’t a bad track. That being said — there are only a couple tracks that can stand out independently (IMO, “It’s About Time”, “Crystallized”, “Mind Over Matter”). Most tracks rely on previous or next tracks to make them shine and give them real depth. But that’s why you buy the whole album right? If you are just looking for YTG staples off the new CD, go for the three I mentioned up above. If not, splurge on the whole thing – it’s worth it.
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HASH(0x8b826690) étoiles sur 5 Third single's the charm... 4 octobre 2014
Par Jeffrey Newman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I had not previously been very interested in Young the Giant as I was only moderately intrigued by their last album, namely because of the unique tempo of "Cough Syrup." My interest in their new album was not very high after hearing their first single, "It's About Time," nor did it increase much with their second single, "Crystallized," though it was a better song.

Yet, when the title track, "Mind Over Matter" was released, almost half a year since "Crystallized" and the album itself were released, I was hooked. Sameer Gadhia's vocals, which I've always liked, took it to another level. The grandiose production of that song called for immediate attention. It also called for me to listen to the whole album.

Once I realized Justin Meldal-Johnsen produced it, I knew it had to be better than its first two singles had implied. The album starts with an unusual short instrumental intro that leads into an average song, "Anagram," followed by the first two singles. So far I'm not terribly impressed. Then the glorious third single erupts, and what begins is the true identity of this album, with the rest of the album being near-flawless.

"Daydreamer" is the kind of upbeat tune Young does very well, namely because it knows how to capture Sameer's phenomenal vocals and wrap a beautiful groove and melody around them. A perfect transition from "Mind Over Matter," by this point, I'm completely hooked. Highlights from the stellar collection that remains includes "Firelight," "Camera," and "Teachers."

My approach is definitely from the "new" fan's perspective, so I can't comment to the comments re: fans of the first album finding this one to be a disappointment. While I agree that the lyrics aren't anything to write home about, from the soul-touching capabilities of the music and vocals on "Mind Over Matter," one shouldn't be too hard on the lyrics. The production, sequencing and everything else more than makes up for average lyrics.
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HASH(0x8b5e7954) étoiles sur 5 An Oldster's Review of Young the Giant 23 octobre 2014
Par R. A. Williams - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Yes I am an oldster compared to most fans of this band--46 years. I've been trying to keep connected with modern music but I think most of it falls well short of the music from my youth. I'm glad I stumbled across Young the Giant from a Yahoo add because these guys are great. Sameer Gadhia is an amazing vocalist-one of the best singers ever in my opinion. My ten-year old daughter loves them too and I can play their music on my car MP3 player without having to worry about offensive lyrics, which is a plus for parents. I hope Young the Giant is around for many years. They have a lot to offer the world and I hope they can keep doing so for a long time.
HASH(0x8bb5abb8) étoiles sur 5 Slight Sophomore Slump 11 juin 2014
Par Freelancer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I don't quite get the reviews calling this album as good as YTG. Their first album is a masterpiece. This album honestly falls a little short. I think this album suffers from a little too much over production, which often happens when bands make it big. IMO the best tracks are Anagram, It's About Time, Daydreamer, In My Home, and Eros. Cut out the tracks Camera, Teachers, Waves and Paralysis and you have an awesome albeit shorter second album. Hopefully, YTG scales it back a bit on the synth stuff and continues to make good music. Definitely one of the best new bands of the decade and this album doesn't change that.
HASH(0x8b7fc4d4) étoiles sur 5 INSANE RECORD!!!!! 21 avril 2014
Par mandy gill - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Wow, was not expecting the second record to be this good. It's About Time was a good introduction to the album but Mind Over Matter, Camera, Firelight and Paralysis take the album to a whole other level. I just hope YTG finally get the attention they deserve. This record takes them up a level and for me, it's even better than the first album. Full of addictive hooks, shout along anthems and thought provoking lyrics. There are bands out there with half the creativity of YTG who are able to share their music on a world stage, YTG belong on that same stage and here's hoping this record takes them there...
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