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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (10 octobre 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : CD+DVD
  • Label: Roadrunner
  • ASIN : B005ERS9D4
  • Autres versions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Eyes wide open
  2. Not again
  3. Failing
  4. Wannabe
  5. Throw it all away
  6. Take a breath
  7. The bottom
  8. Now
  9. Paper wings
  10. Something to remind you
  11. Spleen
  12. For you

Disque : 2

  1. Making of staind music video

Descriptions du produit

Description du produit

Der Entstehungsprozess ihres siebten Studioalbums führte Staind in die dunkelsten Abgründe ihrer Karriere. Wieder aufgetaucht sind sie mit ihrem bisher härtesten und fesselndsten Werk, das konsequenter Weise 'Staind' heißt, denn es spiegelt den Kern dessen wider, was STAIND ausmacht. Die mehrfach mit Platin ausgezeichnete Band bestehend aus Aaron Lewis, Mike Mushok und Johnny 'Old School' April ist für ihr neues Album bis an ihre Grenzen gegangen. Die Bandmitglieder mussten dafür so einiges durchmachen, aber letztendlich ist es ihnen gelungen, ein Album voller harter und doch melodischer Songs zu schreiben ähnlich ihrem 1999 erschienenen Majorlabel Debüt 'Dysfunction', aber angereichert mit der Erfahrung aus 16 Jahren Songwriting, Recording und gemeinsamer Touren, die sich natürlich auf ihr musikalisches und lyrisches Verständnis ausgewirkt hat. Staind haben weltweit mehr als 15 Millionen Alben verkauft, hatten acht Top 10 Singles, darunter sogar drei Nummer 1 Hits, und haben mit 'It s Been A While' den meistgespielten Rocksong des letzten Jahrzehnts geschrieben. Drei ihrer insgesamt sechs Alben 'Break the Cycle', '14 Shades of Grey' und 'Chapter V' sind direkt auf Nr. 1 der Billboard Top 200 eingestiegen, 'The Illusion of Progress' 2008 auf Platz 3. Auf 'Staind' verbindet die Band ihre gewohnte Emotionalität mit technischer Finesse. 'Not Again', die erste offizielle Single, strotzt vor Lebhaftigkeit und wechselt zwischen treibenden Gitarren und einer prägnanten, packenden Hook.

Critique

Staind est, notamment grâce (ou à cause) de son chanteur Aaron Lewis, l’un des groupes les plus « virils » de la scène rock metal américaine. Ce septième album, qui est le dernier du groupe avec son batteur Jon Wysocki, qui a quitté la bande après l’enregistrement, renoue avec le son des débuts de Staind : entre metal, post grunge et rock alternatif guttural.

L’aiguille du tempo des dix titres de cet album homonyme se situe toujours, ou presque, au milieu du métronome, et les guitares lourdes, puissantes, assènent des riffs souvent imparables (« Falling », « Wannabe ») et mémorisables dès la première écoute. Evidemment, c’est précisément là que l’on tient l’avantage et l’inconvénient de Staind : l’efficacité au détriment de l’inventivité.

Il a en effet souvent manqué une once de spontanéité et d’originalité aux Américains. Cette lacune se retrouve ici, sur ce disque aux accents trop « teenage », au son bien trop formaté, au propos bien trop évident. Paradoxalement, c’est lorsque Staind tente sans aucun complexe le single radio, comme sur le culotté « Now », qu’il s’en sort peut-être le mieux, en augmentant le tempo et en proposant un gimmick aigu, qui vient contrebalancer avec la voix et les guitares noyées dans la testostérone… Avec Staind,

Staind ne fait ni plus ni moins que du Staind : un rock lourd et violent qui rentre dans les cases sans jamais dépasser. Cela manque de sueur, de frissons, d’envie ; mais cela sent déjà le carton dans les fins de soirées de campus américains. Si c’est le but, c’est tout à fait réussi.

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L'année 2011 a vu un retour en force du genre Nu-metal/Grunge, avec System of a Down réunifiée et de retour sur scène, des Deftones trés en forme, et deux nouveaux albums publiés par les teutons de Guano-Apes et les amerlos de Staind.

Eh bien, le nouvel album (leur 7ème album studio),intitulé «Staind», apporte un changement majeur - ou plutôt, un retour aux initiales du groupe, noyau dur de style de leurs premiers albums, "Tourmenté" et "Dysfonctionnement" (traduction française). Cela a créé la surprise, étant donné qu' Aaron Lewis le chanteur a flirté autour de la musique country récemment, et que les 3 précédents du groupe ont été dangereusement au bord de ballades pop-rock...Ouf !!

L'album débute sur un ton très lourd, avec "Eyes Wide Open" et "Not Again", ces titres étant, à mon avis, les meilleurs morceaux. S'en suis "Failling" trés old school aux conotations Deftoniennes. Les ballades/titres plus lents, trés bien composées comme "Throw it All Away", "the Bottom" et "Something to Remind Me" se mellangent bien à l'ensemble.

Le retour à ses racines, cependant, n'est pas toujours la meilleure méthode pour retrouver son public, en particulier dans la "fausse note" de rap-style sur "Wannabe", en chantant à côté de Snoop Dogg: la guest star fait les choeurs.

Dans l'ensemble, les Staind sont à leur meilleur. Aaron Lewis reste, à mon avis, l'une des meilleures voix du métal contemporain, très proche de Serj Tankian.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Honoring the old ways. 15 septembre 2011
Par Ben - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Marked by the heavily distorted guitars of Mike Mushok and lead singer Aaron Lewis's ability to switch seamlessly from singing to screaming and back again at will, Staind's first two albums, "Tormented" (1996) and "Dysfunction" (1999), launched Staind into immense popularity. Their early success with this aggressive, angry brand of rock set them up for the superstardom they achieved with 2001's "Break the Cycle," an album that contained a portion of the same anger fans had come to know and love, but which was also unquestionably mellower and more accessible than its predecessors. Despite the continuation of this trend towards all things radio friendly in subsequent releases, the band readily acknowledge that most of their diehard fans still identify Staind's first two records as their finest.

Whether they legitimately wanted to get back to their roots or they were just sick of hearing their fans whine about how Aaron doesn't scream anymore, Staind approached producer Johnny K late in 2010 with one idea in mind: to make the heaviest record they could. And the finished product doesn't disappoint; "Staind" packs a punch.

As Johnny K states in the DVD (which I will mention more in depth later) that comes with the deluxe edition of this record, "Staind" is all kinds of heavy. It's punch you in the face heavy. It's hit you with a bat heavy. It's drag you across the ground heavy. Everything us Dysfunction diehards wanted is present.

The first thing to stand out is Mushok's riffage, which is superb throughout. He provides a dose of speed in tracks such as viral hit "Eyes Wide Open" and "Now" but is able to mix things up with a more controlled approach in slower (but still heavy- don't worry) tracks such as lead-off single "Not Again" and "Failing." Much to my enjoyment, he also brought back some of the strange sounds he used back in the day (see: "Crawl" off of the Dysfunction record), notably in the intro riff in "The Bottom." Most importantly, whoever has been responsible for keeping him chained on the other records finally turned him loose- he solos hard, he solos fast, and he solos often.

Aaron sounds phenomenal, as always, but this album is lacking in the last department one would expect: lyrics. While Aaron has never been one to avoid lyrical cliches, his sincerity and ability to convey emotion is second to none. And there is still a fair amount of that present on "Staind" (see: "Eyes Wide Open," "Paper Wings," and "Something to Remind You" to name a few), but tracks such as "Throw It All Away," "Take a Breath," and "Now" offer nothing new or interesting, which is unfortunate, because Mushok really knocks it out of the park on every track. I do, however, give credit to Aaron for trying something different: the track "Wannabe" is his take on rap-rock (but he keeps it mostly rock). Rumor has it that Snoop Dogg recorded the rap sections on this song, but they shelved his version and went with Aaron's. It's moderately entertaining and also contains a very catchy chorus.

As a whole, I was very impressed with "Staind." It's got catchy riffs, catchy vocals, Mushok's best solos to date, and a track reminiscent of both "Outside" and "Excess Baggage" to close out the album. Though it's nearly impossible to hear John April's bass in most of the songs, if you're a Staind fan you're probably used to that by now. I'll reiterate one last time: Staind really outdid themselves here. Unlike so many bands that try to recapture their "early" sound and fail miserably, Staind truly did create what Mushok dubbed "Dysfunction 2011."

For those of you interested the DVD that comes with the deluxe edition of "Staind," read on.

The DVD is a one-trick pony- you get the documentary about the making of Staind and that's all you get. Fortunately, it's actually really interesting and really entertaining, and it clocks in at 61:38, which is quite generous. I usually get bored with these "making of's" because few bands put any effort into them, but this one was surprisingly well done. Not only do we get to see the recording process, but we get to see the fights, the yelling, the stress, the jokes, and Johnny K having to act as liaison between band members so they don't kill each other. On top of that, Aaron and Mike Mushok discuss a number of other things, such as the concept of "selling out," fan mail, and how Aaron can't help but look at all the horrible things said about him and his band on YouTube and Blabbermouth by the pond scum who post on such sites. Where the album itself is 4 stars, the DVD is definitely 5; One of the best of its kind.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Simply Smoking Hot 2 août 2013
Par Popeloy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
First, simply take a glance at the cumulative score this record posted. Out of 99, now 100, this collection of tunes scores over 4.5, because I post it at 5. I've repeatedly listened to them all; every album the group pressed. All speak with a courageous personal voice. The lyrics of Lewis are replete with honest passion and penetrating human feeling. This I honor, and often do not find in the work of many fine bands. In this album they move to what seems an almost primal surge. The power of the complete arrangements is breath-taking.

The product summery for this album states that it is "the heaviest most hypnotic." Not only is this a reasonable comment, if one listens, quite clearly this collection is the most seasoned heavy-duty work Staind has provided. I sense, from the lyrics of the parting track, this may be their last. I for one do not wish to leave their space.

One review of this album suggests Break the Cycle to have been this bands' "peak." Break the Cycle is harmonically haunting with its' creation of vocal harmonic minor chords, yet it does not stand as the most sophisticated work of the group. Further, another review suggests something along the lines of "these old-dudes looking completely out of place." This seems to suggest that if you pass twenty-five, you shouldn't grind. The blending and coloring of music requires time. Refinement requires time. Shapes are envisioned, and tints added. Music is an art form. It's development, it's flavor, come only in this way.

As a general rule I, personally, do not grind non-stop. Melody matters, as does vocal harmony, a talent Staind displayed from the beginning. This sets them apart from the norm. Every other band grinds and screams, sound and fury amounting to absolutely nothing. So, when a band, this band, shows us both blow-dry power, and then slips into the nakedly personal "Something To Remind You," I'm onboard for "Staind." Note to self: all their other albums also sing. For those who have ears.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 For Fans of the "Old" and "Newer" Staind: This CDs Perfect! 28 décembre 2012
Par Tylerkills0012 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I consider my taste very wide in variety as I like harder and softer rock and have enjoyed the progression of Staind as they have worked towards a softer sound which they showed on The Illusion of Progress which I thought was a great CD though different then what Staind was founded on. Well with "Staind" Staind really shined showing they still know how to rock and that by trying to create something original they still know where their roots lie and have no problem producing a hard rock album. Even the band has said this is problebly their hardest CD and I would have to agree. Aggressive riffs with outstanding solos and heavy vocals make this much more heavy then that of Dysfuction and would match that of Tormented. Aarons lyrics have definately progressed and matured over time and other then Wannabe the cussing has been cut down and used in areas of the song to convey more emotion. I would have to say my favorite track on the CD is Failing. The amount of emotion in the song is emotion with harmonizing vocals that could be compared to an Alice In Chains song. It starts off softer but ends with a powerful bridge and solo. Definatly my favorite track. Whether a fan of the old or new Staind this CD is well worth the money and could be considered one of the best CDs they have put out since Break the Cycle.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 An AMAZING hard rock album!!! 30 septembre 2011
Par steeltides 79 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Energetic, raw, and honest ... this is definitely one of the best hard rock albums of the year. Every track stands its own ground and comes out swinging. These are the sort of songs that made Staind popular in the first place; they make no compromises and knock you flat. Mike Mushok is an extremely underrated guitarist, and his work here provides some of the most potent riffs he has done for the band in years. The guy knows how to SHRED. Aaron Lewis is the most talented, intriguing rock lyricist since Scott Weiland ... although it's hard to pinpoint any single member of Staind as contributing more to the success of this record than another (*despite the arguments and turmoil which reportedly occured during the recording sessions, the finished album provides songs in which all the musicians seem to be working in gutsy unison*).

There are a few ballad-type tunes, to be sure - the eerie campfire vibe of 'Something to Remind You' and the tragic slow-burn crush of 'Throw It All Away' - the sort of tunes that alienated a certain amount of Staind's fanbase when "Break the Cycle" exploded onto the charts many years ago. YET some forget that every Staind album has had slower-moving songs, even as far back as their heaviest offering, "Tormented" (see: 'Four Walls'). Tracks like 'Failing' and 'The Bottom' reach a level of chilling honesty which most new rock groups aren't brave enough to even attempt. Their influences on this particular cd are clearly and frequently apparent - comparisons can definitely be made to Alice in Chains, Limp Biskit, Helmet, etc. But these songs are so powerful and solid - and the lyrical content so unflichingly aggressive - that the similarities to other bands seem complimentary and fitting, as opposed to forced or cheap. Staind long ago came into their own in terms of musical/lyrical compositions, surpassing many similar bands that influenced them.

Staind has staying power. They have released seven albums and outlasted the majority of their peers. I sincerely hope despite the dwindling support for hard honest rock records, this band will find a way to continue doing what they do.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 7th album is one of their best, 4.5 stars 25 novembre 2011
Par G$ - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Staind comes back with a very solid 4.5 star release for their 7th group album; after taking a break of 3years and a month since their last release (making it their longest break in between albums, barely). This is the 6th album of theirs that I own (I don't have their hard to find/rare self-released debut from Nov., 1996, "Tormented"). This one is definitely heavier/harder than their last few releases, but still not quite on the level of their earliest albums. As always you get some very good, deep & personal lyrics/songs as well as some that get you pumped. Shorter than most of their other works, with only 10 songs; you get 3 that are almost classic material, 6 that are good or real good songs, and 1 that I'd say is just average but nothing that I'd skip over & it can easily be listened to from start to finish without skipping any. Compared to their previous albums, I'd say its right up there with the best of them.

"Dysfunction" --- (4/99) --- 4.5 stars
"Break The Cycle" --- (5/01) --- 5/4.5 star (probably my favorite of their albums)
"14 Shades of Grey" --- (5/03) --- low 4 stars (my least favorite of theirs)
"Chapter V" --- (8/05) --- 4.5 stars
"The Illusion of Progress" --- (8/08) --- 4.5/4 stars

#1 - 8.5
#2 - 9.5
#3 - 9
#4 - 8.5 (a rarity for them where the lyrics are done hip-hop style)
#5 - 9.5
#6 - 9.5
#7 - 9
#8 - 8.5
#9 - 8
#10 - 7

Aaron Lewis (vocals/rhythm guitar) -- b. 4/13/72 -- b. Rutland, VT; moved to Longmeadow, MA
Mike Mushok (Lead guitar/background vocals) -- b. 4/10/69 -- b. Manhasset, NY; moved to Ludlow, MA
Johnny April (Bass guitar/background vocals) -- b. 3/27/65 -- Enfield, CT
Jon Wysocki (drums) -- b. 1/17/71 -- b. Northampton, MA; moved to Westfield, MA

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