Daughtry (Deluxe Edition)
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See all 16 tracks on this disc
|1. It's Not Over [DVD]|
|2. Home [DVD]|
|3. Over You [DVD]|
|4. Feels Like Tonight [DVD]|
|5. What About Now [DVD]|
|6. Breakdown [DVD][Live]|
|7. There and Back Again [DVD][Live]|
|8. Bonus Material [DVD]|
Japanese version includes the bonus track "Sorry".
Chris Daughtry starts his first post-American Idol disc with a song whose title reviewers coast to coast will be grateful for: "It's Not Over." What an understatement. For the Idol-watching rock fan's money, nobody--not even Southern-fried heartthrob Bo Bice in season four--stormed the stage with more raw talent. That it translates so well to a solo disc (Daughtry was recorded with studio musicians; future discs will include a Daughtry-assembled band) proves all he needed was a little prodding, the kind the tube has gotten so good at. Here are a dozen songs that'll flick your rock & roll switch, whether you're a Creed fan, a club kid, or a mambo king: "Used To" and "Over You," a couple of early tracks, ought to arrive bundled with a road map they're so highway sing-along-ready, and "Feels Like Tonight" screws the lid on the premise that Daughtry can deliver a punchy pop-rock song without flinching. Elsewhere, the North Carolina family man lets his inner (and outer, actually) goatee- and eyeliner-type guy rip: his built-for-the-hard-stuff voice bites down appealingly on "Breakdown," a dark serenade to mental health, and also on "What I Want," an '80s-style fist-pumper featuring Slash. The loud mad dash of those songs leads to a midtempo wind-down ("All These Lives," "What About Now"), but as a mix, it works. Daughtry is a man of many moods--contemplative, explosive, insistent, humble. No matter which pokes through on a given song, he steadies it to a place as honest as it is accessible. Rare is the rocker who lays out so broad an on-ramp. --Tammy La Gorce --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.
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I was lucky enough to be at the Good Morning America studios on November 21st when Chris & his band celebrated their new cd. This is a small excerpt from my record of the experience:
"When the first strains of “It’s Not Over” hit, if the roof could have blown off the ABC building, it would have. It was absolutely amazing how many people knew every word and sang along with Chris – a measure of the intense dedication of his fans. This young man, who had uncompromisingly refused to give up his principles to the AI juggernaut, proved that he is a rock star of the first order. To quote the much maligned Mr. Simon Cowell in one of his kinder moments “Thank God for Chris!”
From the time Chris came out to the time we left I took one picture, I could not take my eyes off him long enough to bother with the camera. I had waited months for this - what a beautiful man, and I am not talking about his physical attributes but the soul you see in his eyes. He lives those songs, he feels every word and every beat of the music. He epitomizes what you would like to see in every person in the public eye - a love and committment to what he is doing to the nth degree. There is no acting here - he is the real deal. I can honestly say that I felt such pride in what he was doing, the same kind of pride I feel for my own son and the accomplishments he has achieved in his life. Chris’ parents and Deanna must be about bursting, I know I was.
When I first heard all the tracks from VH1, I became concerned about how well the 4 J's would do and if they could do justice to the songs ......... my worries are over.Read more ›
Judging by what I have heard on this album- Daughtry is the real winner of American Idol.
Some are a little too hard rock, but you just have to crank up the volume and you're addicted. Really, really good CD. I listen to it all the time. I LOVE Daughty!!! He writes his own music and man he nails it!!!
Although he is a rocker, his ballads are better. I felt his voice got lost on this cd. In the rock songs, the music overpowered him. The ballads were better. Hopefully his NEXT cd will show more of what he alone can do.
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A must have if you LOVE music with a beat and a HEART....Does not disappoint.Published on Feb. 23 2011 by lukas