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Song by Song Review

Why doesn't this album have more reviews? Now I'm somewhat biased towards Lifehouse, but this album is definitely a masterpiece! Every song on here is great, but I'm deciding to do a song by song review to get the nitty gritty of the album! 1. Disarray (5) - They could not have had a better opener...great rock, edgier song! 2. First Time (5) - There's a reason this was the first single...great lyrics and music and you'll be humming this quite a bit :) 3. Whatever It Takes (5) - I'm not just gonna put 5's for all the songs, but Lifehouse definitely put good songs at the beginning of this album! 4. Who We Are (4) - Who We Are is the title track, but the first three are killer and this is just one star under. No doubt though that this is a great song! 5. Broken (5) - I honestly didn't think they could top the songs above....'Broken' kind of shattered that thought! Completely unbelievable and perfect! 6. The Joke (4) - The lyrics of this song are quite deep and make you think...catchy song! Quite difficult to come right after Broken... 7. Easier To Be (4) - Catchy song with a good melody! 8. Make Me Over (5) - VERY GOOD SONG! They opened with this at their concert and it is an awesome song! 9. Mesmerized (4) - If I had to pick a least favorite from the album, this would probably be it, but I still listen to it and like it! 10. Bridges (5) - One of those songs that grab your attention the first time you hear it! It's a pretty edgy song! 11. Learn You Inside Out (5) - Great great song and is definitely one that grows on you! Quite different (and good choice) direction for Lifehouse! 12. Storm (5) - Absolutely great song! The lyrics are so meaningful and heartfelt! Knowing Jason Wade, this is more of a religious song...subtle and powerful! 13. If This Is Goodbye (5) - Great ender for the album, but makes you want more Lifehouse!! :) It's DEFINITELY not goodbye for Lifehouse! 14. Broken (New Version) (5) - Come on, it's Broken...everytime this thing comes on the radio, the radio volume goes up!!

Possibly the best album of 2007

From an outlook of 2007, through a stretch of similar music of melodic resonance entwined with other great rock/alt. alums, lies Who we Are; possibly the best album released in 2007 segued from a maturing self-titled Lifehouse. Whether this album truly deserves five stars (because I know someone is thinking I'm just a person who loves Lifehouse) should not be debated in regard to rating truly great music. If you just think Lifehouse is great because you heard them on the radio a couple of times, try listening to the lyrics closely (and don't automatically give it a "five"). Any real Lifehouse fans knows of Jason Wade[lead singer]'s deep lyrics from his religious background and feelings toward life. In No Name Face and Stanley Climbfall came the young group eager to express; and I know everyone has heard "Hanging On A Moment". The sounds of this album seem to come more directly from earlier works then from the self-titled Lifehouse (possibly too slow, at least for me). Highlighting the stronger sound of Who We Are comes songs you've heard, First Time and Whatever It Takes; though I believe the best music comes from a deep and intricate "Storm" and "The Joke", with slower verses ascending to an upbeat chorus, emphasizing the extremities of Jason Wade's voice. I may be a little late on a review of an album (why doesn’t it have more than like 100 reviews yet) I bought the day it was released, solely from my interest in their previous album. Yet I found an outstanding sounding rock album; which should not be passed without a listen. In regard to similar sounding albums, I was referring to a new sounding (happy, really) Matchbox Twenty, no "If You're Gone" in this one, and a very mature sounding Tom DeLonge in A&A (album: I-Empire), a must-listen for true blink-182 fans.


If I could I would listen to their songs all day. Lifehouse is beyond fantastic. Their songs are breath-taking and have meaning.


Formed: 1996 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Led by singer/songwriter Jason Wade, Lifehouse emerged in the early 2000s with a commercial blend of pop/rock melody and throaty, post-grunge vocals. Wade, who originally tagged the band Blyss upon its inception in 1996, was raised by missionary parents in a variety of locales. He eventually settled in Los Angeles with his mother and took a keen interest in songwriting. Bassist Sergio Andrade lived next door, and the two spent hours in Wade's garage, fine-tuning their original compositions and laying...
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