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Album Review

Questions of identity seem to loom large in Lifehouse's mind. On their third album, they titled it after themselves, and now on the 2007 follow-up, they state Who We Are — a declaration that could easily be a question depending on the punctuation and emphasis. Does this fourth album add up to a statement or question? It's the former, but that doesn't necessarily provide a fulfilling answer for doubters. The curious thing about Who We Are is that the trio still parties like we've just left Y2K: there's no garage punk, no emo, no spacy precious pop, no electronic flourishes — it's post-alternative guitar rock preserved in amber. Guitarist/singer/songwriter Jason Wade contends that he's battling inner demons by wresting angels on the opening "Disarray," but Lifehouse don't hit as hard as they used to, since the bandmembers are starting to see the twilight of their twenties. Although there is little melody here, they're starting to mellow in characteristic fashion: with sincerity. [Universal/Geffen issued a bonus track edition in 2007.]

Customer Reviews

About time iTunes

This album was released in 2007 and its taken iTunes 2 years to put it on. Anyway, this album is abseloutley brilliant from start to finish, by far their best all round. I just hope iTunes get Lifehouse's third album on here. Track by track rating: Disarray 8/10 - sounds very Foo Fighters esque. First Time 10/10 -catchy Whatever it Takes 8/10 - another solid song Who We Are 7/10 - great song, could have been a single if it wasnt for the other songs on this album Broken 9/10 - Great song, one of their best The Joke 10/10 - Best song on the album, but I'm glad it wasn't a single Easier To Be 7/10 - Good acoustic track Make Me Over 8/10 - Yet another solid song Mesmerized 6/10 - Worst song on the album, just sounds sickly Bridges 7/10 - Not a bad track, but not particularly great Learn You Inside Out 6/10 - Easily forgettable but still a good song Storm 9/10 - Unbelievable lyrics, pity there was no big ending

Who we are

I had never heard music produced by these guys before and only decided to find out who they were after hearing their music on Gavin & Stacey.Boy am I glad I did,they're nothing short of sensational,the lead singer has a brilliant voice and the diversity of their music is proof they have produced some masterful tunes......this is brilliant.
Come on i tunes play the game,there are other albums produced by these guys yet we in the UK aren't privvy to them.... WHY?,their album "From where you are"is masterful and yet you don't give us the chance to share it,get your act together after all it's one of the few things good to come from across the water in a musical sense.

Excellent

Another great album from Lifehouse. I had to buy this in America because it took so long to release it over here. Come on Itunes release all of Lifehouse's albulms!!!! Dont understand why the UK is so far behind when it comes to some albulm releases.

Biography

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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