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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: #4,564 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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Format: Audio CD
I first heard of Collective Soul with the single "Shine" and I was a little impressed, but not enough to buy the CD. When "Disciplined Breakdown" came out, I decided to give it a shot. WOW!! Talk about major growth as artists!! I was amazed at the complexity and layers of their music as well as the deepness of their lyrics. "Precious Declaration" is one of my favorite songs to rock out to, "Listen" is very artistic pop/rock, "Maybe" is one of my favorite songs - speaks of the feelings you experience of losing someone close to you - beautifully acoustic guitar here. "Full Circle" and "Blame" are gems of pop/rock music as well with very intense lyrics. This was one of the most under-sold and under-rated CDs of the 90's and remains one of my most-played CDs even today. I highly recommend this band to people who value deep lyrics and artistic music... Collective Soul does not disappoint!
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By Jon Harbison on Feb. 22 2003
Format: Audio CD
I love this CD and Collective Soul. They are absolutely amazing
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By Justin on Sept. 4 2002
Format: Audio CD
Collective Soul's third release, and my personal favorite, is Disciplined Breakdown. The album didn't do as well as some of their others, probably due to the fact it is lighter and slower. However, this release shows a new level of creativeness and songwriting. Every song on the album is musically and lyrically amazing. Maybe is a cry of hope to a lost friend, Blame questions the use of anger("question your answers, truth has no anger")and critizes those who would tear others down, Forgiveness finds the writer searching their heart to learn to forgive, and In Between tells of two people who are divided because of their fear of confrontation. Those are just a few examples of the lyrical genius in this album. Overall, this is one of the bands best releases, not to be missed out on.
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This is one of my favorite and one of the best album titles I've ever heard, and Collective Soul is a great name too. But on to the album. This is a great whole album, as hard as it is to get past Precious Declaration because it's such a great song. Then, after I listen to it and rock out again, I move onto Listen, which, like Precious Declaration, is another great song that I must listen to twice. Then I push on and Maybe is just great and I'm afraid I'm not going to get through the whole album once without listening to each song twice first. Full Circle is where this come to a halt, but then it starts up again on Blame and Disciplinde Breakdown, both great, great songs. But I won't keep going on like this and bore you, but I will finish off by saying this is not only a great Collective Soul album, but it is a great rock album and a very underrated album. It gets my highest recommendation.
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By Ms Diva on May 29 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is my favorite Collective Soul CD. The lyrics are even more intelligent in "Hints...", and the sound is cleaner; more precise. The album overall has a very polished feel to it without being overproduced. Every song on here is utterly great to listen to, although my favorites are Listen, Disciplined Breakdown, Everything. This is a band that knows how to balance fun with meaningful lyrics, which is my main criteria for a CD.
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By A Customer on April 5 2002
Format: Audio CD
this is collective soul second best cd. there 1995 cd call collective soul is the best. disciplined breakdown is also good. it is also there last great cd. there last 2 or 3 cd were not as good.
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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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