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Anyone who lumped Eleven in with the grunge glut of the early '90s simply wasn't paying attention. Although it's true that the trio's excellent self-titled album (actually their second) was mixed with the guitars loud and fuzzy, the musical sophistication that distinguishes Eleven — including not only compositional prowess but sheer chops — leaves most alternative bands in the dust. Led by the husband/wife duo of Alain Johannes (guitars and lead vocals) and Natasha Shneider (keyboards and lead vocals), their primary calling card is a pair of extraordinary voices, both of which are capable of raw intensity and soulful understatement. And, while Johanssens' formidable yet immediately distinctive six-string skills — which employ a supersaturated, slippery legato and rich chord voicings — is impressive, Shneider's instrumental duties — which include not only providing the lush textural and chordal keyboard parts with her right hand, but also all of the basslines with her left, may be even more amazing. No-nonsense skinsman and former Red Hot Chili Pepper Jack Irons lays his grooves right in the pocket, giving the sometimes prog-influenced tunes a foursquare rock swagger. The band flesh out massive mid-tempo stompers like "Crash Today" and "Towers" with emotion and harmonic depth without sacrificing any of the arena-sized crunch. Eleven rocks hard and grooves from front to back, but is intercut with enough dynamic and tonal variety to make for a balanced listen. Possibly Eleven's best album, it certainly remains an underrated work.

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It's about time!

Have been waiting...and waiting...and finally it's here! It's amazing how strong of an album this is from start to finish. And a debut at that! You can see how the groundwork was laid for this incredible duo to create some of the most innovative and original music in the genre. If you're a fan, you probably already have this, but if you're new and even slightly curious, this is a must have. No one else sounds like Eleven (and thankfully no one ever will), so get it, get it, get it!

One of the great albums of the 90's

A guitar players dream. It is very hard to pull of great guitar lines and make a great song. Eleven succeeds greatly. A three piece that had grand sound live. When working with Cornell on his first solo tour chris was the weak link in the band seeming to be out of place. Like I used to do many years ago, just buy it, and listen to it over and over. This will be on heavy rotation for any rock fan. And for the rock girls, check out the great voice and keyboard/bass chops. She was a monster. RIP

Glad to see it!

I had a recording of Reach Out I made off the satellite tv station The Box 18 years ago. I still have the cassette (its a tutorial on math I taped over)but no cassette player anymore. Love this album.


Se formó en: 1990

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

Natives of Los Angeles, Alain Johannes (guitars, vocals), Natasha Shneider (organ, bass, vocals), and drummer Jack Irons formed Eleven in 1990. On three records in the early nineties, the band showcased its raw hard-rock with introspective lyrics. Irons left the band in late 1994 to join Pearl Jam; the band continued with a new drummer,...
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