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Page Artiste Spin Doctors

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  • CD (13 septembre 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : CD+DVD, Import
  • Label: Mis
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Format: CD
Le dernier album datait de 1999, longue pause due en partie aux problèmes vocaux du chanteur.
En 2005, cet album marque un retour très intéressant car on y retrouve un peu le rock funky et percutant du 1er album Pocket Full (1991 !)... avec la touche funky moins évidente parcontre aucun morceaux de remplissage comme on a pu avoir sur les précédents albums.
Cet opus est assez homogène contrairement aux dernières parutions bien que variées mais inégales du milieu-fin des années 90. On aurait pu espérer une continuité après cet album prometteur pour la suite mais non.......si, un album blues-rock en 2013 !!
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HASH(0x9ac04b88) étoiles sur 5 The Original Spin Doctors 15 septembre 2005
Par The Judge of the Value of all Entertainment & Art - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The reaction to this record in the press and on pompous music blogs is predictably lukewarm in some places. The Spin Doctors, they say, "don't know their 15 minutes are up." The CD is "irrelevent." They should just "quit." It's hard to tell why there is so much animosity towards the Spin Doctors amongst these people when the band's early-1990s success did not involve them breaking into people's houses and forcing them to listen to "Two Princes" thousands of times in a row at gunpoint (at least according to the federal judges who cleared the band of any wrongdoing in a 1993 case), but actually only occurred because the public enjoyed their hit singles and album "Pocket Full of Kryptonite" enough to catapult it to multi-platinum status.

For those who are actually interested in listening to the album rather than making jokes at its expense, it's actually really good. Though my first impression is that, quality-wise, it sits right below the first two albums and above the second two in terms of overall quality, it also combines some of the better elements of both the "original" era Spin Doctors and the "dark ages" when they lost Eric Schenkman and Mark White and added assorted members along the way. There is slight experimentation, as on the latter albums, but it is mostly reined in to conform to what the Spin Doctors do best, bass-slapping, guitar-shredding, catchy pop-funk music that defies the "jam" definition because, no matter how much old bandwagon fans may be loathe to admit it, the songs are full of hooks and accessible to an audience that might not be interested in going to see Phish or The String Cheese Incident.

Each band member has certain moments where they shine -- drummer Aaron Comess on "I'd Like To Love You, But I Think You Might Be Crazy," Schenkman on "Genuine" and at the end of "Can't Kick The Habit," Mark White on "Sugar" and "Safety Pin," and Chris Barron pretty much all over the place, singing with the most non-contrived sentiment since "PFOK," probably due to the long layover in terms of years and life experience (he went through vocal chord paralysis) since the last album.

Overall, this CD is a very good release from The Spin Doctors that captures the feel-good nostalgia of a reunion tour without being a redundant addition to their catalogue, even if the hook to "Genuine" sounds suspiciously like "Off My Line."

My only criticism here is that the Doctors, or their record labels, seem to have an uncanny knack for choosing singles that are virtually guaranteed to bomb on the airwaves. In the tradition of "Cleopatra's Cat," "Can't Kick The Habit" is a good song that just doesn't make sense on the radio. On a CD where nine songs can be mostly categorized as "pop," there isn't a good reason that an eight-minute contemplative ballad needs to be chosen as the "hit." The radio edit, furthermore, cuts out half of the song to make it short enough to be played, and as a result eliminates the ridiculous extended guitar solos at the end that help to make it a stand-out track in the first place.

That said, it is unlikely the band is releasing this CD to unleash a renewed torrent of "Spin Doctors-Mania" upon the nation; so perhaps it's best that it will only end up in the hands of the fans who have stuck by the band even as they have become a joke in the eyes of the mainstream.
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HASH(0x9ad4fc30) étoiles sur 5 Rockin', funny, heartfelt, great-sounding 15 septembre 2005
Par D. Levy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Wow, who knew?

This album just plain rocks... superior songwriting, humor, great musicianship (who plays drums better than Aaron Comess? WHO?), wicked guitar playing, utterly distinctive bass playing, and the beautiful humanity of Chris Barron's voice singing some of his coolest lyrics ever.

Some people are lucky to know how good the Spin Doctors are and were...others have yet to find out. If you liked Pocket Full of Kryptonite, you will really like this record..I'm not sure I could say that about any other Spin Doctors studio album. All of the qualities that made that a for-the-ages album: catchy songs, hard rockingness, humanity, funk, are here, too, but with a decade of life experience (not just for the musicians but for us listeners). Give this album a try...
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HASH(0x9ac04a20) étoiles sur 5 They're back, finally 14 septembre 2005
Par D. Heinz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Awesome new album by the Spin Doctors - the first new album since 1999 (Here Comes The Bride), but the first album by the original line up since 1994 (Turn It Upside Down)!

Ten songs in between funk, rock and pop - unforgettable hooklines (Margarita, My Problem Now, Nice Talking To Me) and great jams (Can't Kick The Habit, Genuine, I'd like to love you).

Definitely the best SD album since "Turn It Upside Down" - check it out, you won't regret it.

And the additional DVD is a nice treat as well: including a 10-minutes documentary and 4 live tracks. Great!
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HASH(0x9ad4f864) étoiles sur 5 not bad...not bad at all 14 septembre 2005
Par Carl Macqueen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a little different than I remember the Spin Doctors being but that's not bad. It's slick sounding but still "edgy" enough to be interesting. If you dig the old stuff you'll probably dig this too. There should be a bit more jamming to it but hey what can you do. This album is still a nice progression. Good to see the boys back.
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HASH(0x9ad4f4ec) étoiles sur 5 Great Band! 13 janvier 2006
Par hermitcrab - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
i have been fan since pfok and lost interest when eric left the band after tiud, when i was just surfing one day on the internet i thought id see what happended to the spin doctors a fav band back in the day, ended up checking out there website and found the free download of "can't kick the habit".....the song imediatly grabbed my attention, then found SD on myspace and saw they had "Nice Talking To Me" ( the song! ) for a stream ....another Great song! then soon after i ordered the album from the bands site in which i recieved 4 months ago.I am still listening to it almost everyday, it is one of those albums that your fav songs change from listen to listen as there really isnt a weak track on the cd, the production style is great too.. do yourself a favour a buy this cd for great songwriting, musicianship, production etc, "Nice Talking To Me" is a cd you wont regret getting your hands on, it totally kicks in every way a great album should, the spin doctors are back in a big big way, oh yeah and one more thing.....MARGARITA!, MARGARITA!, MARGARITA!!!!!, check it out today!!
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