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Disciplined Breakdown


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  • Audio CD (March 11 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B000002JCB
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #27,257 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Precious Declaration
2. Listen
3. Maybe
4. Full Circle
5. Blame
6. Disciplined Breakdown
7. Forgiveness
8. Link
9. Giving
10. In Between
11. Crowded Head
12. Everything

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Collective Soul out did themselves on Disciplined Breakdown. My favorite 3 Collective Soul songs are all on this album: "Precious Declaration", "Maybe" and "In Between". I can not truly put the greatness of those songs into words, so I'll let them speak for themself. Those 3 songs alone constitute the purchase of this CD for they are some of the best songs ever by anyone.
But there is more! The lyrically enchanting and calming guitar of "Forgiveness"; the incredible passive but powerful "Blame" with lyrics of "question your answers, truth has no anger"; the ever cheerful and optimistic "Link" which signifies the moving on in life that we must all face when life just isn't fun anymore...linking back to happiness and love; "Giving" is an upbeat but somewhat repititve song, not a "must play" song each but not a bad song either; "Crowded Head" has excellent lyrics and powerful guitar play; "Everything" is somewhat similar to "Giving" in that the chorus may come up a little bit too often and there are no bridges or whatnot, but is a good song to play nontheless. "Listen" is a pretty good song but after a few listens doesn't have the staying power as the others.
The other 2 songs, "Disciplined Breakdown" and "Full Circle" are really tough for me to get into. The music in "Full Circle is just unbareable and the vocals are a little too rushed inbetween the guitars, just not my thing.
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Collective Soul's third album, Disciplined Breakdown, remains Collective Soul's most underrated album to date. Critics were quick to jump on Collective Soul when this album failed to reach multi-platinum status as its predecessors, Hints, Allegations, and Things Left Unsaid and their self- titled album Collective Soul, did. In fact, Disciplined Breakdown was finally certified platinum on July 9, 2001- over four years after its release. Disciplined Breakdown's comparatively low record sales aside, this album, while not their best effort, is certainly not their worst. In fact, this album boasts two #1 hits ("Precious Declaration" and "Listen"), and is a solid effort from top to bottom. Many die-hard Collective Soul fans claim Disciplined Breakdown as their favorite album produced by the band. At certain moments throughout this CD, their thoughts are completely valid. Disciplined Breakdown flows from track to track in a more orderly fashion than any other Collective Soul album to date. The songs are not as arena rock oriented as were the songs from Collective Soul, but instead work on a more subtle level. While being far from a true experimental album, Disciplined Breakdown was Collective Soul's first step away from the vintage Collective Soul sound of 1995's self-titled release. "Full Circle", "Crowded Head, and "Everything" are certainly not typical songs for this band whose hits range from "Shine" from Hints, Allegations, and Things Left Unsaid to "The World I Know" and "December" from their self-titled titled album Collective Soul to the newer songs "Run" and "Heavy" from the 1998 release, Dosage.Read more ›
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The early '90s had popular music in a state of Nirvana while also eating some Pearl Jam. Just about every new band with guitars as their focal point were considered the band that could restore the true meaning of rock & roll. Collective Soul was one of those bands, but influenced more by early '70s rock than the punk music that later left those bands in the dust. Still "Shine" off their debut HINTS, ALLEGATIONS & THINGS LEFT UNSAID won airplay on both top 40 and modern rock radio. Talk about bridging the gap! They did the same with their self-titled second album, creating crossover hits with "December" and "The World I Know". The most amazing thing about those albums was that they followed within only 20 months of each other, which for most bands would be enough time to finish only about 3 songs on an album. But those two albums were equally great, indicating that Collective Soul really did not how to come up with good music in a flash. But their third album DISCIPLINED BREAKDOWN shows that even the most promising bands can find themselves at the end of their creative rope. This album wasn't the huge commercial success as their previous two, and in fact, none of their albums since then have generated that all-important crossover single. With DISCPLINED BREAKDOWN, Collective Soul just seemed to run out of hooks. The first single "Precious Declaration" had a grungy opening guitar riff that could have found its way on to radio stations of all kinds, but it certainly wasn't another "Shine", which just did so well at satisfying both mainstream rock and alternative's strict agendas. The second single "Listen" was a little better, albeit not as sonically loud as the previous one.Read more ›
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