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Scream

Tokio Hotel

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Album Review

The members of Germany's Tokio Hotel started their careers when they were in their early teens, and while they still look youthful on their album covers, they've obviously grown since their 2005 emo/punk-pop debut, Schrei. Comprised of translated versions of songs from Schrei and Zimmer 483, their English-language debut, Scream, opens with the title song and immediately highlights the most obvious change the band has undergone — that of puberty. Fortunately, the lowering of lead singer Bill Kaulitz's vocal range (and subsequent lowering of the album's pitch) has not diminished the songs but enhanced them, bringing depth — no pun intended — and power to his work that was previously lacking. Tokio Hotel may have lost a bit of the innocent tone that endeared them to their early fans, but it has been replaced with a stronger, more assured sound that is just as appealing. That said, there is an interesting dichotomy that takes place on Scream — while Tokio Hotel are growing up, they aren't grown up. The sound is polished and the melodies catchy, but the lyrics veer toward melodrama, especially on tracks that deal with social issues such as "Don't Jump" and "Forgotten Children." There's also a problem concerning the band's overall musicianship. While the performances from each of the members are solid, there's nothing exceptional or particularly inventive that takes place on the album. It could be a turn-off or disappointment for those hoping that age would give Tokio Hotel a rougher edge, but it's nothing to fault the band for. Despite the occasional misstep, Scream shows that the bandmembers are ready and able to embrace their growing abilities.

Customer Reviews

Tokio Hotel

Tokio Hotel are my favourite band, and Scream is their best album [in my opinion] so this gets 5stars from me. Monsoon is the best song here closely followed by Sacred. Having said that, every single one of these songs has the potential to be a hit! I love Tokio Hotel, please iTunes, get Humanoid and the rest of the videos on here!! d[-_-]b

great album!!!

tokio hotel are my favourite band! after hearing monsoon I fell in love with them ever since, its good that itunes are getting more and more of thier songs on here! humanoid would be the next as i already have the album but want the bounus tracks...but i would recomend scream to any one! its an AMAZING album! :)

Scream till you feel it!!

I bought this album after watching the Monsoon video and have loved the band ever since. To me this an excellent album and considering that english isn't the guys first language they sing in it really well. Bill (singer) has done his best to translate the original songs from german to english which I think everyone if most people can relate to.
Go Tokio Hotel!!!

Biography

Formed: 2001 in Magdeburg, Germany

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The emo-pop quartet Tokio Hotel emerged in 2005 as one of the most successful German acts of their generation. Scoring three number one singles with their debut album, Schrei, the teen musicians also found an international audience for their music, eventually going platinum in multiple foreign countries. Twin brothers Bill and Tom Kaulitz had formed the group in their native Magdeburg in 2001, when the siblings were just 12 years old. With drummer Gustav Schäfer and bassist Georg Listing rounding...
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