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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 2 octobre 2016
Par Kenneth Jones - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It's Ben Folds. What else is there to say.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 His recent EPs collected 12 avril 2011
Par Martin H. Franzen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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For those (like me) who didn't buy Ben Folds' EPs, this is the catch-up disc. Solid throughout, but with more profanity than I would have liked. Folds' songwriting always shows great maturity. He doesn't need the R-rated material. For fans of Billy Joel and Elton John.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Ben Folds is a foul mouthed song writing great 22 février 2008
Par Lawrence B. Ripp - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Ben Folds seems to like to run the scales from the pretty to the profane. This is fine except there doesn't seem to be a reason for the profane other than Folds thinks it cute to write songs with bad words in them. His talent is such that this sort of acting out for his own proposes seems beneath him and his conciderable skills. Since these are older songs from an earlier part of his career my feeling is he has indeed moved beyond this sort of childishness and with later works like "Songs For Silverman" he now is in full flower. So, while this older CD of internet "goodies" is interesting it's also very hit and miss both lyrically and tunefully...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Ben dones it again 1 janvier 2007
Par Jeremy L. Mcdowell - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is yet another great ben folds cd. All the songs are great. If you have liked other ben folds music, you must buy this on too!
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Could've / Should've Been Better 12 mars 2009
Par Gregory William Locke - Publié sur Amazon.com
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"What could've been." That's my three-word review for Ben Folds' latest album, Supersunnyspeedgraphic. To start the gripes off right, what's with the effortless title? And the album's artwork? Thrown together, possibly by a middle school Photoshop student. A damn shame, I say, considering the origins of the songs.

In 2003 Folds gained unlimited access to a studio and recorded a no frills EP with Ben Kweller and Ben Lee under the name of "The Bens." Along the way he had an idea: "Why not record just for fun and sell whatever comes out online as MP3 files for a buck a piece?" The result is a series of four Eps, all of which were also eventually released as CDs via Folds' website.

Says Folds about the releases, "As time went on a part of me that's still stuck in the old school wanted a copy I can hold, break, scratch, throw away or use underneath the leg of the coffee table. Something I can't delete; a full-length long play record album. To be in the store!" Hearing this (after buying all of the 5-song EPs, mind you) I was excited at Folds' appreciation for the diminishing art of actual album craft ... and then I saw the pre-release tracklist. Ugh.

How Folds can leave "Wandering," his best ballad since "Brick," off of SuperSunny is bewildering. How can he include his embarrassing Dr. Dre cover and not one of his most brilliant songs ever is offensive. This is the guy that released Whatever and Ever, Amen and Rockin' the Suburbs - two seamless full-lengths - how can he botch this, a surely classic album? Well, he did, says the obsessive, opinionated music aficionado.

To most, Supersunnyspeedgraphic is just another killer Ben Folds album. And fine, it does have a lot of good tunes on it, but again, "What could've been." Starting off with a cover of The Cure's classic "In Between Days" is a fine choice, considering he meets the "if you gotta do it, do it better or do it different" criteria for a cover song. Folds - believe it or not - does it better, changing Robert Smith's new wave cult favorite into a timeless pop song.

The next four songs, "All You Can Eat," "Songs of Love," "There's Always Someone Cooler Than You" and "Learn to Live with What You Are" are classic post-Suburbs Folds, arguably creating the best top five tracks on any of his albums.

The seven tracks that follow are spotty. Had Folds chosen different songs (ahem, "Wandering") from his EPs - and maybe even "Heist," "Still" and/or "Family of Me" from his rececnt Over the Hedge soundrack - he'd have on his hands his fourth great album. Instead, we get a thrown-together time killer to hold us over until Folds' upcoming studio album. Oh, whatever and ever could've so easily been. (Greg Locke)
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