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Bleed American (Deluxe Edition)

Jimmy Eat World

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Reseña de álbum

After being dropped by Capitol, Jimmy Eat World returned in 2001 with their most consistent and accessible album to date. Recorded entirely on the band's dime, before they had a new record deal, Bleed American features compelling lyrics, driving guitar work, and insanely catchy melodies. Left to their own devices during the recording process, it wouldn't have been surprising if the band had turned out another layered, sprawling album akin to their previous full-length masterwork, Clarity. Perhaps sensing that they wouldn't be able to top their previous work when it came to spacy emo, Bleed American heads in a new direction. There are no 16-minute songs here, just straight-ahead rock & roll, performed with punk energy and alt-rock smarts. The title track sets the tone for the album with its blistering guitar attack and aggressive vocals. "A Praise Chorus" and "The Middle improve upon that formula, maintaining the forceful instrumentation but toying with the lyrical themes. "A Praise Chorus" uses the most basic of rock emotions for lyrical inspiration, "I wanna fall in love tonight," while lifting lyrics from Tommy James' "Crimson and Clover," They Might Be Giants' "Don't Let's Start," and Mötley Crüe's "Kick Start My Heart," among others. When used in a song about the comfort and trappings of nostalgia, this borrowing comes off more like a well-placed tribute than stealing. "The Middle" offers a pep talk about self-acceptance and fitting in, and one of the most memorable guitar riffs this side of Angus Young. Bleed American's quieter moments recall some of the band's signature instrumentation from their previous work. Gentle keyboards, bells, and stirring background vocals from former that dog. member Rachel Haden enhance the understated beauty of ballads like "Hear You Me" and "Cautioneers." Haden's most enjoyable contribution, however, is to the up-tempo rocker "The Authority Song." On the surface a song about a song (John Mellencamp's "Authority Song), it also name drops the Beatles' "What Goes On." The numerous references to other bands and other songs reveal that although Jimmy Eat World is a critically acclaimed and incredibly talented band, the members are really just rock fans themselves. If they maintain this level of quality, however, don't be surprised if the next generation of ambitious rockers start writing songs that pay tribute to Jimmy Eat World. [The 2008 Deluxe reissue of the album lives up to the deluxe tag, featuring an entire disc's worth of b-sides, live tracks, demos and an unreleased version of "Your House". Many of the tracks were released in Japan, the UK, or Germany, it's nice to have them all gathered together in one spot. None of the extras stand out as relevatory or essential, but they do add quite a bit of background to one of the few pop/punk or emo albums likely to stand the test of time.] ~ Mark Vanderhoff & Tim Sendra, Rovi

Reseñas de clientes

Great for the casual JEW fan who wants more.

Assuming that you already have heard the majority of these songs, own the original Bleed American album...then the extra songs are awesome. Especially if you're just a casual fan who wants to hear more, but doesn't want to track down all the EP's and singles. But even for the hardcore fans who have the physical CD with every song on here, it's worth the money just to get the new version of "Your House". Not overdone at all! It sounds like a cleaner version of all the live recordings of it floating around, and without an audience in the background. Casual fans will love the extra songs, and hardcore fans will love the new "Your House". Can't put it any more simpler than that (:

Amazing for hardcore JEW fans or the casual listener...

Being an avid fan of their work for the past 10 years, this CD gives me everything I could ever hope for in a re-release. Bleed American is easily in the top 10 alternative rock albums of all time, and on top of that you get an amazing mix of "extras" that most fans have never heard before. Everyone knows "The Middle" and "Sweetness", but honestly there isnt a song on here I havent listened to hundreds of times. Hardcore fans already know The Most Beautiful Things, No Sensitivity, and Splash due to their release on EP's in the past...but they are all 100% worth buying if you havent heard them yet. Personal favorites of the rest include The Middle (Acoustic Version) and Get It Faster (Sessions at AOL). The big kicker of the CD has to be, however, Your House 2007. Great re-make of an already great song in the first place. All in all, BA is just an amazing album and the deluxe version just adds to its greatness.

Is it posable to fall in love twice with the same cd?? 

I have all 5 of Jimmy Eat World's albums and I've been to three of their concerts, but the second release of Bleed American has made me full on obsessed with them.  This album has so much more to it.  Not only does it have all my favorite songs done in new and interesting ways, but it also features 8 unreleased tracks.   "Splash, Turn and Twist"  is definitely my new favorite song.  Thank you Jimmy Eat World!!!!


Fecha de formación: Mesa, AZ, 1994

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Once a trailblazing name in the mid-'90s emocore scene, Jimmy Eat World eventually found a larger audience by embracing a blend of alternative rock and power pop that targeted the heart as well as the head. The band's influence widened considerably with 1999's Clarity — an album that has since emerged as a landmark of the emo genre — it was the band's follow-up (specifically the infectious single "The Middle") that crowned them as major figures in commercial rock. The emo label proved...
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