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The House of Life

This album never tires for me because of the solid songwriting, lyrically and musically. The writers are 'older than their years'. The (Perfect) Storm may be a parallel telling of John walking on the water to Jesus, but the music never panders to the Christian Rock label although it qualifies in terms of the spiritual themes. Disarray, Whatever It Takes, Who We Are, Broken, Make Me Over and Learn You Inside Out are all outstanding. And judging from the new production of Broken, I look forward to their next record. Well done boys!

Lifehouse at their best

Coming off of a gold-certified album (thanks to "You and Me"), Lifehouse has gone a step further with 'Who We Are.' While it may have a larger dose of pop, it only emphasizes that they haven't forgotten about their rock roots.

'Who We Are' differs from their self-titled record from being more edgy; while it was more cautious with a small drop of punch, this one adds more while mixing it to make a compromise. However, it still manages to achieve what I think Lifehouse does best: lyrics. Jason still writes some of the most meaningful lyrics I've ever heard, and relates to his personal experiences (Whatever It Takes), his friends' experiences (Broken), and non-personal experiences (The Joke).

As I said before, the biggest difference between 'Lifehouse' and 'Who We Are' is that the former is softer and the latter is more edgy. Not angry like 'Stanley Climbfall', but more grown up. That being said, the've added quite a bit more pop to it, which may turn some off, ("First Time," "Easier to Be," "If This Is Goodbye" anyone?) but in my opinion that's made it more interesting. It just works as a follow-up to 'Lifehouse.' There are many great songs on this record, namely "Whatever It Takes," "Broken," "Make Me Over," "Storm," "Broken (New Version)," and my two favourites, "Easier to Be" and especially "Mesmerized" (which is more of a bridge between the two records).

While this record "rocks a little harder" (-Jason Wade), it still sounds like Lifehouse. If anything this record it 3/4 'Lifehouse' and 1/4 'Stanley Climbfall' with a new sound added in. This to me is Lifehouse at their best. Plus, it's a great deal: 14 tracks for $8? Sign me up!

lifehouse <3

I love this album! Lifehouse is one of my favourite bands, they write such meaningful music. Jason Wade has a great voice that can move me to tears. Can't wait till their next album! Keep it up guys!


Formed: 1996 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Led by singer/songwriter Jason Wade, Lifehouse emerged in the early 2000s with a commercial blend of pop/rock melody and throaty, post-grunge vocals. Wade, who originally tagged the band Blyss upon its inception in 1996, was raised by missionary parents in a variety of locales. He eventually settled in Los Angeles with his mother and took a keen interest in songwriting. Bassist Sergio Andrade lived next door, and the two spent hours in Wade's garage, fine-tuning their original compositions and laying...
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