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Album Review

Like their former tourmates and eternal soulmates Buckcherry, Hinder work real hard to have a real good time. This is especially true on Take It to the Limit, a sequel to their 2005 debut, Extreme Behavior, where they take their surprise success as vindication for bad behavior. Hinder show a great love for Guns N' Roses, recycling the escalating chromatic riff from "Sweet Child O' Mine" on the album-opening pair of "Use Me" and "Loaded and Alone," which also finds lead singer Austin Winkler adopting an Axl Rose growl, which is a welcome departure from his node-busting scream. Not that Hinder is quite stuck in the past: their great innovation is marrying this raunch to Goo Goo Dolls power ballads. However, like anybody too beholden to their idols, they often tread familiar ground too carefully.

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Just Good Music

Once again Hinder delivers. Nowadays people want to make a perfect album be one that has deep lyrics with melodies that are progressive or groundbreaking. That is not what you are getting here. With Hinder you get the party. A throwback with a little new flavor to that classic arena rock of the 80s. You have the lyrics of Bon Jovi with the melodies of Journey crossed with modern beats and riffs. I am not trying to sound like a huge critic but this is just great feel good music. With Hinder, like Nickelback or Daughtry you are getting good old fashioned rock. This is an album I can throw in my car and listen to all day long. They continue with the formula that brought them success before and there is nothing wrong with that. Bands like Hinder are the new rock music of our generation. We will never have that huge rock awakening we had in the 90s. Rock now days is more commercial and this is what you can call true American rock. It isn't full of long emo lyrics or song titles, just good old fun that makes you want to bang your head, raise your hand, spark your lighter and enjoy the ride or play these tracks on Guitar Hero (they would fit perfect there). I for one am glad that rock has returned to this style, it makes you feel good and want to party. Sure they have the slow melodic songs in the likes of "Lips of an Angel," but they also continue in the uptempo style of "How Long" or "Homecoming Queen" off of Extreme Behavior. Overall, great second ride, it has that continuation feel to it, just like Coldplay did when they followed Parachutes with A Rush of Blood to the Head, though their song styles are totally different, the point of band continuation is what I am alluding to. Please buy this CD, I have seen them live countless times and they rock the house each time. Their lyrics and songs could put them on par to be the Aerosmith of our generation if they stay around long enough. That of course is a bold statement but I saw them open for them and they rocked just as hard as the old pro's. Extreme Behavior was a great album you could listen through from start to finish and it looks like they easily did it again. (I apologize for the long article/review, all I can say is please buy this album you will not be disappointed if you like good, fun rock and roll.)

Someone wake me for work

In 1978 I was listening to KISS. In 2008 my daughter turn me on to Hinder after I let her listen to Forever - Sorry KISS Lips of an Angel got me interested and here I am after midnight started on track 1 and I'm on track 12 and got replay all on - Smiling. I think I'm going to be late to work in 6 hours. Thanks Hinder - I maybe old but it doesn't mean I don't know GREAT rock.

Finally!

Do you know how long I've been waiting? Finally TITTL is HERE!!! Buy with all speed, because of course, Hinder can't fail to deliver an amazing album! It's not gonna convince any skeptics or haters to like them, but it's definitely another great delivery for any old fans! Use Me: Great song, but a little misleading as the first single. Makes you think it'll be a replica of Extreme Behavior, when it's not. Loaded and Alone: One of my favorites! The story of a guy that leaves behind his family and his girlfriend because he wants fame so much, and he loses himself in the process. Last Kiss Goodbye: Good song, and I guess I don't have any additional comments because it's not a standout in my mind. Up All Night: Fun, upbeat song! Maybe one of my favorites. Without You: Great second single! If only it got more radio play. I was so sure it would be a hit. Take It to the Limit: How did a band like Hinder get Mötley Crüe's lead guitarist to play for one of their songs? Ah, well, it's another fun song. The Best Is Yet to Come: Oh, another ballad. Makes me wonder who's wrote this song about lessons learned in high school. Heaven Sent: One of my favorites! Fans who have gone to concerts might know it as "Heaven Sent You" or "Heaven Lost You". It's amazing… Thing For You: A ballad that I could swear would be the first single. It's pretty good! Lost In the Sun: Is this another song recalling a summer love? But it's also that he's gotten over her and doesn't want her to bother him anymore. Far From Home: So good… Heartless: Another about a cheating girl, but I think this one is better than Last Kiss Goodbye. After all, it's a favorite… One Night Stand: Another fun song! Like I said, buy with all speed!

Biography

Formed: 2001 in Oklahoma City, OK

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Hinder began crafting cocky, raucous post-grunge in the early 2000s, when Oklahoma City residents Joe Garvey and drummer Cody Hanson found Austin Winkler singing cover songs at a college party. The three formed the nucleus of Hinder, and the group started landing local gigs opening for such bands as Theory of a Deadman. Lineup changes brought guitarist Mark King and bassist Mike Rodden into the fold, and the quintet signed with Universal after issuing a self-released EP. Their 2005 full-length debut,...
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Alternative
  • Released: Nov 04, 2008

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