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Truth of the World: Welcome to the Show

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Dreaming About Real Life has led to the Truth of the World

Evermore has produced their most complete album to date, and this has little to do with the fact the songs meld together brilliantly. Whilst some have criticised the album for this interesting technique, the fact that the songs run together – and in fact some songs share phrases and tunes – reinforces the message of the album and joins it together as one big song. Songs like Plugged In and Between the Lines – Evermore’s homage to Muse – Join the Party and Everybody’s Doing It show Evermore’s move towards a far more traditional rock round, whilst still managing to put their own edge on the sound, keeping it unique and fresh, and not at all mainstream. “Max Is Stable” whilst short and seemingly squished between lead singles Between the Lines and Hey Boys and Girls is hugely fun and has a great beat, with a very sharp view being taken by the boys of some forms of medication. For fans looking for another Light Surrounding You, piano tracks Tonight On The Show and The Lonely Ones are as close as you’ll get, with both songs brilliantly written and delivered. The album has very few weaknesses, with Girl With the World on Her Shoulders one of the few I’m not yet a fan of. Infotainmentology and Front Page Story are also quieter songs more reminiscent of Dreams, with a Panic at the Disco style seemingly influencing Infotainmentology. Chemical Miracle / Faster is frustrating in that Faster has a brilliant hook and catchy beat, but lasts for little over a minute, with the song dedicated more to the Chemical Miracle portion, whilst still a good song as a whole, more could have been put into developing the strand that was Faster. Over all there is very little weakness to this album, traditionally I’ve found Evermore have dropped off as an album has progressed - Goodnight is Not the End and Moving On are probably my two least favourite songs from Real Life and Dreams respectively - but this album finishes on a great note, and I hope the alternativeness of the album doesn’t see it miss out on a deserving nomination for Album of the Year.

One of the all time best overall albums I've heard!!!

one of the best albums i've evr heard as a whole. Definitely much better than Real Life which was a slight let down after Dreams which was just the best. Truth of the World, although very different is my favourite album from the boys, a true rock, but Evermore sounding album. Its amazing. Completely recommend this to anyone who just wants something really good to listen to. Standout songs are: "Hey Boys and Girls" - one of the catchiest songs ive heard in the past 5 years, guitars sound sweet in this song as well. "Between the Lines" - probably one of my favourite songs of all time, just one of the best songs to come out of any band "Everybody's Doing It" - Bit weird to be a catchy song about shooting up and drugs but its really mad, and some of the lines are crazy! "Diamonds In The River" - Something special about this song, just love hearing it :P "Can You Hear Me?" - probably the deepest felt song on the entire album, a song about escaping a car crash, sinking in water, but the lyrics are genious and are sung so well, the music is mad and its just one of the best album enders from Evermore or any band. One of my favs I like at the end of the album at the end of Can You Hear Me? the little message as a song from Jon and Dan under the title "Until Next Time". They are singing ending the whole "Truth of the World" TV show thing and the last line heard from the whole album is "until next time, your on truth of the world....." made me full excited for their next album. Can't wait. One of their best, should stay for a while, it never gets boring.!

Stayed up all night

I stayed up all night listening to this... It it something else. JUST LISTEN. It's out of the this world! You have to listen from beginning to end, it all makes sense that way. Can't wait to listen again.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

New Zealand alternative rock trio Evermore comprised the three Hume brothers: singer/guitarist Jon, bassist/keyboardist Peter, and drummer Dann. Weaned on their parents' record collection (the band's name originates with the classic Led Zeppelin ballad "The Battle of Evermore"), the Fielding-born Humes played music throughout their adolescence, first collaborating under the Evermore aegis in 1999. A year later, they claimed top honors in the annual Kiwi high school band competition Rock Quest, channeling...
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Truth of the World: Welcome to the Show, Evermore
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  • $16.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 20 March 2009

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