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Album Review

Resurfacing with Digital Vein on an independent label after departing from RCA in 2012, American Idol Season Seven winner David Cook doesn't seize this new beginning as an opportunity to redefine his music. As it turns out, when left to his own devices, Cook is very happy to continue to make bombastic arena rock, favoring anthems that play to the rafters and power ballads designed for daylight hours. Crossover is where his heart lies, so he crafts Digital Vein — which largely consists of new numbers, although it revives the 2013 single "Laying Me Low," and reinterprets Chris Isaak's sexy standard "Wicked Game," so it feels slightly chillier — to be the kind of record that sounds equally at home over the loudspeaker in an outdoor mall, the waiting office of your local PCP or bumper music on the CW. Cook is hardly selling out. If anything, the fact that he channels such mainstream aspirations into a self-released record proves there's no cynicism in this enterprise: he believes in this stuff. That earnestness carries Digital Vein through patches of generic bluster — usually arriving in the ballads, but not always ("Kiss & Tell" sounds like sweetened Filter, for better or worse) — and if it's unlikely Cook could bring this brand of mid-2000s mainstream rock into the Top 40 in 2015, he at least delivers an album that satisfies. [A Deluxe Edition added three bonus tracks: “Where Do We Go?,” “Firing Squad,” and “But You Won’t.”]

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Awesome song from a very underrated artist

Digital Vein

Supporting my favorite Artist David Cook - been waiting and waiting for this new album, hurry, hurry September 18 - If you haven't heard this guy live, better do it at a show near you, He's that good !

Again Another Relly Good Song from this Artist

David Cook consistently puts out good well written wonderfly performed and nicely put together music. Why is it he is so underrated? I will never understand but if people want to listen to GOOD music this is the guy and this SONG is very catchy and adicting. I keep hearing it in my head over and over even after I am done listening to it! People this is a BARGAN for $1.29. You pay more for that for a Starbucks Come On.


Born: December 20, 1982 in Houston, TX

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The winner of the seventh season of Fox's American Idol competition, David Cook is a rock-oriented vocalist with a bent toward a commercial post-grunge sound. Although born in Houston, Texas in 1982, Cook grew up in Blue Springs, Missouri, where he first began singing in various elementary-school concerts. The budding musician then participated in his high-school drama program and appeared in many musical productions. During his junior year of high school, Cook formed the band Axium along with a...
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