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Page Artiste Relient K

Détails sur le produit

  • CD (2 novembre 2004)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Bonus, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000641ZOK
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. The One I'm Waiting For
  2. Be My Escape
  3. High Of 75
  4. I So Hate Consequences
  5. The Only Thing Worse Than Beating A Dead Horse Is Betting On One
  6. My Girls Ex-Boyfriend
  7. More Than Useless
  8. Which To Bury, Us Or The Hatchet
  9. Let It All Out
  10. Who I Am Hates Who I've Been
  11. Maintain Consciousness
  12. This Week The Trend
  13. Life After Death & Taxes (Failure II)
  14. When I Go Down

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Je conseil ce CD à tous les amateurs de rock,punk-rock!!!!
Les morceaux sont finement composé et très bien à écouter !!!!
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HASH(0x911dd558) étoiles sur 5 Fine CD as the band bridges secular and Christian music 14 juin 2005
Par Gary M. Greenbaum - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Relient K has gained attention and new fans recently while opening the "Noise To The World" tour for Simple Plan and Good Charlotte. This CD contains about half of the songs they played on the tour, but not older ones like "Sadie Hawkins Dance" and "Chapstick, Chapped Lips, and Things Like Chemistry."

Relient K puts together a CD full of upbeat, light pop-punk. To the casual listener, little more seems meant than songs about relationships (like "High of 75"), or lack of fulfillment ("Be My Escape", "I So Hate Consequences")

The Christian point of view quickly becomes clear. The "you" songs such as "Be My Escape" are addressed to could, if you want it to, be some girl the singer is trying to get to take him from an unfulfilling life, but it could be Jesus as well "You've told me the way, and now I'm trying to get there" "But I can't ask you to give what you already gave". "High of 75" plays on the pun between "sun" and "son", and the clouds battling for control of the sky could be good and evil.

Still, Relient K has cleverly done songs that set forth their point of view, but in a manner that all can appreciate, whatever their religious beliefs. They've joined the mainstream, but without selling out their religious beliefs.
15 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x911df93c) étoiles sur 5 Lyrically brilliant, musically great too! 27 juillet 2006
Par Trevor R. Raichura - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I have to admit, it took me awhile to actually enjoy Relient K. I used to think their music was very generic and their lyrics were cheesy. But this album changed everything for me. Matt Thiessen is such a clever lyricist, using enough word plays to delight the wordsmith in me, but also making me think more deeply about my relationship with God and others.

The band sticks to their standard pop-punk riffs on this album, though I believe they use smoother speed and instrumental transitions on this album. Example: Be My Escape starts with screaming guitars and a fast beat, softens down to keyboards, vocals and light drumming during the verses, back up to rocking during the bridge and chorus, and slows right down for a touching finish. There are several other songs that vary in a like manner.

Lyrically, I really enjoyed Be My Escape (but the beauty of grace is that it makes life not fair), Which to Bury, Us or the Hatchet (I move you, but you just wouldn't budge, I tried to hold your hand but you'd rather hold your grudge), When I Go Down (When I go down, I'll lift my eyes to You, but I won't look too far, 'Cause You'll be there with open arms, to lift me up again...). What a beautiful way to end the album!

Musically, many songs stand out - High of 75 is probably the most original song, starting with acoustic guitar, and including a drum loop in the chorus. Other highlights include Who I am Hates Who I've Been, and Life After Death & Taxes, which combines great vocals with some cool screaming!

Relient K has made a fan out of me, and if you buy this album, it will do the same for you!
11 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x911df204) étoiles sur 5 World Enough In Time 2 novembre 2004
Par Adam C. Osborn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Relient K's fourth album, mmhmm, is simply excellent. On their first two albums, they were catchy, skillful, humorous, and religious. Their third album was less religiously emphasized, but still very catchy and rather entertaining. This album shows the maturity that one professional reviewer said theit third album still lacked, and it also shows that Relient K still intends to encourage belief with their music, but (still) is not doing so at the expense of their music or to the exclusion of all else. The songs on mmhmm are generally more serious and thoughtful, but their sincerity has not changed on their newest album. There is also evidence of their trademark sense of humor in songs like "My Girl's Ex-Boyfriend" and "The Only Thing Worse Than Beating A Dead Horse Is Getting On One" as well as a few others. As for the music itself, it remains energetic and catchy, and is even more skillful than ever. My personal favorites on this CD (so far, in no particular order) are "High Of 75", "Who I Am Hates Who I've Been", "The One I'm Waiting For" and "Be My Escape" but there is no song on this album which I dislike. This is an excellent investment for anyone who likes Relient K, pop-punk, or just rock music in general.
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HASH(0x911df9d8) étoiles sur 5 Their best album yet 3 février 2006
Par JenniF - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The boys have gotten a lot of undue criticism for this album from people who claim they're "going secular" or "not Christian enough," all because (unlike their past 3 albums) they don't say "God" or "Jesus" in every single song. Everyone who attacks this band for that reason clearly has not listened to this album at all because their message has not changed. In fact, it has become more mature, and, yes, more subtle, but there is definitely something to be said for subtlety. As an aspiring writer myself, I have taken numerous writing courses, and the one thing is constantly emphasized is to convey things subtly as opposed to beating your audience over the head with an idea. The audience (hopefully) has a brain, and can infer things, so it's better to suggest and let them fill in the blanks rather than make things blatantly obvious. In addition, it's difficult to bring Christ's message to a wider audience when non-Christians tend to turn off immediately anything that mentions "Jesus" or "God." In a way, this style of songwriting is a more effective evangelizing tool.

That being said, I maintain that this is Relient K's finest full-length album yet. As a Christian struggling with life and faith, "Be My Escape" brought me to tears the first time I heard it. This song is a poignant cry for help from God, literally begging Him to be our escape. "Who I Am Hates Who I've Been" is sheer lyrical perfection and captures the essence of repentance- I'm going to look forward and leave who I was behind because it is now hateful to me. "When I Go Down," "Let It All Out," "More Than Useless," "I So Hate Consequences," and "High of 75" are also all FANTASTIC songs...The entire album just leaves me speechless! Of course, they're not without the mindlessly fun songs like "My Girl's Ex-Boyfriend" that have become part of their trademark.

Forget what people say (including me, I guess) and get this album for yourself. It could change your life.
13 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x911de51c) étoiles sur 5 The Opposite of Redundant 23 septembre 2005
Par Loughstein, J.E. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Relient K is, and always will be, misunderstood. Like that reviewer that just couldn't understand the meaning of the words that the band was trying to get across.

I'm sorry, but there's no play here... no double meanings. The album is a very specific view of certain aspects of the Christian reality. No, it's not always posies and jellybeans... the toughest part of Christianity is yourself; and THAT'S what Relient K brings forth on this, their fourth release.

The song "Let It All Out" is a song where the narrator realizes everything that God has told him: "And You said: 'I know that this will hurt... but if I don't don't break your heart, things will just get worse. If the burden seems to hard to bear, remember: the end will justify the pain it took to get us there.'" What does this mean? Simple: If we want to please God, we need to stop sinning. Sin is human nature, so, it's hard and painful to go against your very self. However, the price of sin is death. So, we have choice: we go through some tolerable pain in exchange of an eternity of joy OR we don't negate our nature in an exchange of eternal death. So, God has to "break ouor heart" otherwise "things will just get worse." It's a voluntary and rewarding trajectory because it will all be worth it when we sing in Heaven. Heaven is the "end" that "justifies the pain it took" to get there.

With phrases like "...the beauty of Grace is that it makes life not fair [...]", refering to the grace of God, this album is deep in it's meaning and fun in it's music. A must buy for any good music fan.
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