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Everything that made Chris Daughtry insufferable as a contestant on American Idol — his utter lack of humor, his oppressive earnestness, his desire to sing every song in the same gut-wrenching fashion, a style that only suited the post-grunge brooding that is his chosen specialty — work for him on his post-Idol debut album, Daughtry. Technically, this is not a solo album, it's the debut of a band called Daughtry, which is actually spelled all in capital letters, which could be seen as a sign that Chris Daughtry might have a bit of a credibility complex. It certainly seems as if he thinks he'll only be taken seriously as part of a band that, like lots of bands from the grunge revolution, is spelled in a specific, exacting way, even if it means that by the rules of the internet he is, quite literally, shouting at us — which is only appropriate for a singer who is fueled by Fuel and lives by Live. And, let's face facts, DAUGHTRY was formed by Daughtry not only after his run on American Idol, but after he recorded this debut album: the band is for show, to prove that he's the real deal, baby, not some pansy TV singer. It's a posture that's not only just a teeny bit defensive, but one that's utterly unnecessary because the album DAUGHTRY is actually very good, whether it's judged by the standards of American Idol or by the standards of Fuel or Nickelback. Compared to Fuel — the band that invited Daughtry to be their frontman after he was voted off Idol — Daughtry has a lighter touch not just in his delivery but also in his songs, which are far hookier than most post-grunge; and if he's compared to Nickelback, he's a far more appealing frontman than that lunkhead Chad Kroeger, with a greater vocal range and far more sensitivity in his singing. Daughtry's way with a hook and empathetic emoting are placed far up in the unapologetically professional mix on DAUGHTRY, which is designed to cross over not to the pop market — everybody involved knew that DAUGHTRY had that anyway thanks to Daughtry's TV celebrity — but to the rock market, so everybody involved made sure not to temper the guitars with layers of synths or even to indulge in too many power ballads. The resulting album may play strictly by the rules of mainstream post-grunge and it may never achieve the sweat and grit that real rock bands do even after they've been cleaned up in the studio, but it follows the modern rock blueprint exceedingly well, creating drama even in its pedestrian moments. It also helps that the songs are sturdier than most post-grunge, with big, anthemic hooks on the choruses and verses that are lively enough not to bore. In short, it sounds like the work of a bunch of professionals, which is true to a certain extent: it was produced by Howard Benson, best-known for LPs by My Chemical Romance and All-American Rejects, but Benson and DAUGHTRY didn't draft in a bunch of pros to write the songs — each tune bears a writing credit by Daughtry, and most of them are solo credits. Listening to these songs, it would be easy to mistake them for the work of seasoned pros: they not only follow the template of post-grunge well, they do it with better hooks and a commercial flair lacking from bands like Fuel and Shinedown, bands that have inspired Daughtry but who he betters here. To put it mildly, that's a surprise — not just that Daughtry pulled off the tricky move of being pop enough for his Idol fans and rock enough for post-grungers, but that he pulled it off on the strength of his own work. While he hasn't shaken off all the problems that plagued him on the show — he still could learn that a sense of humor helps add depth to his music, or at least he could realize that rock & roll should be fun at least some of the time — but he's made those qualities work on a debut that's not only a lot more credible than any American Idol-affiliated rock album should be, but it's a lot easier to digest than most of its ilk.

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what the heck?!?

that is not rite how they make some songs now $1.29 and they leave some songs at $.99, cant they just leave all of the songs at one price!


Oh, Chris Daughtry, how we love thee. Amazing artist, I'm glad you lost Idol, no offense, because if you had won you would have never given us such amazing music!! Breakdown: It's Not Over (10/10): Indeed, its only beginning. Catchy kick-off track, its like your riding a bike into the album, and this track comes out and ambushes you with its awesomeness. Don't overplay this one though, it will wear on you. Used Too (8/10): A weaker track, this simply pales in comparison to It's Not Over. Too bad, its pretty good, lyrically. A good "save the relationship" song.. Home (9.5/10): I originally found this song to be annoying, but after a couple dozen listens it grew on me. This is another ambush after Used Too. The line "Be careful what you wish for...Because you just might get it all.." is priceless, best part of the song. Over You (9/10): The juggernaught breakup song, pray your significant other isn't playing this when you get home. I would rate it better if the radio didn't kill it and beat its dead hulk into your brain everyday.. Crashed (10/10/): Really, if I had to choose, this wins for best song on the album. Perfect beginning, great chorus, and a nice wind down into the next song. The first paragraph of lyrics are gorgeous, as is the whole song. Feels Like Tonight (7/10): Of the whole album, this gets lowest. Why, you ask? Because, 1) The radio just will not let this song die so we can enjoy it ourselves, and 2) it just breaks up the flow in between Crashed and What I Want. It should have come before Crashed. Good song in its own right, however. What I Want (9/10): Great rock out track, too bad it got the short stick on length. Slash has a pretty good solo, and overall the song is another ambush after Feels Like Tonight. Breakdown (10/10): This is a perfect song. Why? Because it starts off soft, and angsty, then it just goes into full out rock mode. Love it, very passionite. Gone (7.5/10): Another Used Too, it just got stiffed in track position. Ok song, but I actually didn't like it that much. There and Back Again (10/10): If badass had a theme song, this would be it. Really, just the opening and you are spoiling for a fight. All These Lives (7.25/10): This is the worst flow breaker of the album. I originally liked it better, good lyrics, good vocals, etc, but it really breaks the vibe. It just seems out of place all over the album, but it is a good song by itself. What About Now: (9/10): This is all of what Feels Like Tonight should have been. It was played on the radio just enough to make you really like it, then it sort of vanished. You gotta love how it winds down the album in preperation for the next song. Soul touching music video, as well. Sorry (10/10): If Over You is the break up song of its year, this is the song you would use to undo the damage. The lyrics are ungodly good, and the whole song is just gorgeous. Perfect end to a perfect album. Overall: 5/5, Great songs, great band, and of course Daughtry himself. A couple mess ups in order, and the radio just eating up his songs somewhat defeats this albums awesomeness, but in the end it just cannot be stopped. If you buy any of it, get the singles, plus Crashed and There and Back Again. Sorry and What I want are also very good as stand alones. Perfect debut album, Chris, keep it up.


This album is one of the best!! Great music for all ages!!!!!! From 5 to 45, something for all you friends, family and loved ones!!!!! Download "It's Not Over", "Home", and "What About Now"!!!!!!!


Se formó en: 2006 en McLeansville, NC

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '00s, '10s

Chris Daughtry demostró que American Idol puede generar un rockero exitoso fuera del contexto del programa. Audaz y calvo, fue la imagen del rockero moderno que vive según las reglas de Live y Fuel. Estas fueron las cualidades que contribuyeron a que Chris Daughtry fuera el cantante de rock & roll nuevo más exitoso de 2006. Después de que fue eliminado de Idol, rechazó la oferta de Fuel para reemplazar a su cantante líder y firmar con RCA Records. Cuando se produjo su debut en noviembre,...
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