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He's changing...

Well I've been a Never Shout Never (I miss the '!') fan since the beginning. The Yippee EP is one of my favorites, and Me and My Uke is cute, but Chris seems to be moving towards mainstream music, and I hate it. He's gotten popular so fast and I think it's starting to get to him. But I'll rate each song anyway: Happy: 2/10. It's cheesy, and sugar pop. Hummingbird: 7/10. This reminds me of Myfriendjane, except worse. I Just Laugh: 6/10. It would get a 10/10 if Chris used the same technique with the acoustic and techno in this song, but without it is too mainstream. Simple Enough: 5/10. The old version called Stuckonyou was a lot better. This is just cheap sounding. On the Brightside: 10/10. The only great song on the album in my opinion. It's been out for awhile, so that might be why I'm in love with it, but it's really great and inspirational. Losing It: 8/10. It's pretty good, and a lot of kids could relate, but Chris, did we really need to know where you had sex for the first time? Liar Liar: N/A. I haven't listened to it enough to give it a fair rating. For Chris's next album, I'm hoping for more songs like Heregoesnothing, Smelyalata and Uraltalk. All in all, this album is so-so.


I used to be a hard rocker. All the death metal and heavy stuff I could find, I'd listen to it. However, I discovered NeverShoutNever!, or apparently now, Never Shout Never, and I realized just how amazing good, lyrical music can be! NeverShoutNever! has changed my outlook on music forever, and this CD just finalized it. The thing that I thought was just a little strange, was the addition the an electric guitar and drums. Will he keep this sound? With the amount of EPs and experimental stuff he's been doing, I doubt it. But this change is good, and if he kept it, I wouldn't care! Christopher is still great! Happy - 10/10 Very good introduction to his new CD. One of my favorites! Hummingbird - 9/10 Right away, the lyrics shine. Along with Christopher's voice. The thing that caught me off gaurd is the fact that there are drums in this song. Hmm... I Just laugh - 9/10 You've gotta love it! The new electric guitar and drums/tambourine make this new type of style for Chris great! The words are quite amuzing as well, a great song for a breakup. Simple Enough - 8/10 It was good, but there was really no WOW factor. The thing that really bugged me was how quite it was. It's still good, don't get me wrong! On the Brightside - 9/10 This is just great! The lyrics are very good: very funny at first, then actually gets deeper. It still has a "fun" feel to it. Not only that, but his voice just gets even better in this song. Losing It - 10/10 Wow... his voice and lyrics are just astounding. This song takes the cake for the CD. I fell very deeply in love with it. Liar Liar - */10 It's a bonus, sillies! It's a secret, I won't ruin it... just buy it!


I love chris so much, but he's changing for the worse. his old stuff was so raw and honest. now its just overproduced. but that's what happens when you make it big.


Formed: 2007 in Joplin, MO

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Never Shout Never began as a one-man band featuring Christofer Drew, a Missouri native whose songs straddle the border between emo and acoustic singer/songwriter fare. A product of the digital age, Drew originally built a fan base by posting his bright, soul-baring music to the Internet. After averaging over 15,000 online plays a day, he made Never Shout Never legitimate in 2008 by releasing his first recording, the Yippee EP. The Hot Topic clothing chain featured Yippee in its stores, and an appearance...
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The Summer EP, Never Shout Never
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  • $5.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Alternative, Indie Rock, Pop/Rock
  • Released: Jun 19, 2009

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