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Although Lifehouse has built its career with a tenacious work ethic, Almería ably demonstrates the quality that’s helped the band outlive most other post-millennial rockers: adaptability. Although the tunes are still hung on singer Jason Wade’s throaty delivery, Lifehouse's sixth studio release introduces a welcome suite of time-honored rock textures and more traditional influences. Lots of Hammond organ, bittersweet harmonies, and subdued grooves stand in contrast to the soaring post-grunge ballads of the band’s early breakthroughs. Guest appearances by Peter Frampton (“Right Back Home”) and Natasha Bedingfield (“Between the Raindrops”) make a diverse, broad-ranging pair of highlights.

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What could prove to be the band's best release yet

While some may criticize Lifehouse's new effort as sounding "too commercial", I commend the band for their efforts to diversify and experiment a bit...and from the sounds of "Almeria" thus far, the album could prove to be a truly splendid offering. From the radio-freindly str8 up pop songs such as 'nobody listens' and 'between the raindrops" to the slower more introspective offerings such as "aftermath", Almeria appears to be a mixed bag of delicacies. I am most excited about "Only Your the One" and "Where I Come From"....two Lifehouse signature-stamped anthems drenched in atmosphere and beauty. "Ameria" should prove to be a nourishing and affirming experience!

A little mixed up, but as a whole if fits.

You can't sit down and listen to this thinking you are getting the second coming of "No Name Face" or "Stanely Climbfall". You aren't even getting something close to "Smoke and Mirrors" so leave all expectations at the door. This is a little more old school rock mixed with a little country done in Lifehouse fashion. I remember them saying albums ago they never try to recreate an album with what they are working on. I have much respect for this. As for this album, it's very easy listeing, mellow, and although not as reflective as previous albums it still hits that note also. Aftermath is a song that takes me back to the Blyss days (True fans would know this). Right Back Home is something and Nobody Listen are songs I would have never expected. The rest seems to fall somewhere inbetween. I feel the weakest song on the album is "Between The Raindrops" because I don't feel Natasha Bedingfeild was needed and created something awkward to listen to.
But as I have said before, step back, listen, and remember things change over 12 years, and desearve to be judged based upon what they are and not what someone thinks they should have been.

What happened???

I have always been a die hard Lifehouse fan, been to several concerts, bought all their albums, I even had the great experience of sitting next to them on a plane to Germany.
Sadly this album is beyond far I have only found 2 songs on this album that I like, usually it is the other way around. What happened lifehouse??? I don't think I will be buying this album, sad day...


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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Almeria (Deluxe Version), Lifehouse
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: Jan 01, 2012

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