- Disco de vinilo (26 de febrero de 2016)
- Fecha de lanzamiento original: 31 de octubre de 2009
- Número de discos: 1
- Sello: Atlantic
- ASIN: B002STRAHW
- Ediciones a la venta: CD de audio | Música MP3
- Valoración media de los clientes: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (3 opiniones de clientes)
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº53.494 en Música (Ver el Top 100 en Música)
Brand New Eyes [Vinilo]
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Ediciones en vinilos de estos discos de Paramore, uno de los grupos de rock con más tirón entre el público adolescente. All We Know Is Falling fue lanzado el 24 de julio de 2005, y alcanzó el número treinta en la Billboard Top Heatseeker. Riot!, grabado en Nueva Jersey y producido por David Bendeth, fue lanzado al mercado el 12 de junio de 200761 y debutó en el número quince del Billboard 200 y en el veinticuatro de las listas de popularidad británicas. Los miembros de Paramore escogieron el nombre Riot! porque uno de sus significados es «un arrebato de emoción incontrolada», palabra que «resumía todo el disco». Brand New Eyes se publicó el 29 de septiembre del 2009 y alcanzó el segundo puesto en la lista de ventas americana.
Lista de canciones:
1. Careful (Album Version)
2. Ignorance (Album Version)
3. Playing God (Album Version)
4. Brick By Boring Brick (Album Version)
5. Turn It Off (Album Version)
1. The Only Exception (Album Version)
2. Feeling Sorry (Album Version)
3. Looking Up (Album Version)
4. Where The Lines Overlap (Album Version)
5. Misguided Ghosts (Album Version)
6. All I Wanted (Album Version)
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Nearly half the tracks from the album were released as singles, but only three stand out as worth of the distinction. "The Only Exception" with melancholy lyrics and haunting vocals by Williams accompanied by acoustic guitars not only showed Paramore's versatility exploring a new musical theme while not losing themselves. "Brick by Boring Brick" features Paramore going energetic and dark creating a wonderful display of Williams' vocals and Jeremy Davis' bass. "Ignorance" gives off the feeling of 'classic' Paramore but only more advanced in their music and was the perfect first single off the album.
The other two singles off the album unfortunately while solid songs didn't feel worthy to be singles considering better songs had been selected representing the themes the band displayed on the album. Both "Careful" and "Playing God", the former is a fantastic opening track for the album displaying 'classic' Paramore while the latter shows the momentum shift to a more emotional tone.
The six tracks that weren't singles display two that I personally thought would have been better selections. "All I Wanted" the ending track of the album starts slow then ramps up as it progresses as Williams' vocals astonish the listener. "Turn It Off" is another slow song but it picks up in the chorus with Williams' vocals being showcased and a nice instrumental ending making the track unique. The other four tracks are all solid to good songs that keep the entire album along from track to track, giving the listener an audio delight.
Brand New Eyes was not originally suppose to be the "end of an era" as it turned out to be with the Farro brothers leaving a year after the album's release. However in a way it seems like a fitting conclusion to the band's adolescent phase, so to speak, as the entire band matured from where they begin with All We Know is Falling to create an album that did not miss a beat on any track. Every song is "at worst" solid, but the vast majority are good to brilliant musical creations that grab the listener and keep you hooked for 40 minutes. Highly recommended.
This was the first Paramore album I bought and listened to. I don't know how Brand New Eyes sounds compared to their previous work, but this album is simply fantastic. Almost every song on the album is full of energy and managed to become catchy as heck to me. I'll break my opinion down by song:
Careful - An excellent lead-in, and one of the more catchy songs on the album. Hayley puts in a wide variety of emotions into the vocals in this one: powerful, desperate, aggressive to name a few, and the end result is amazing! 5/5
Ignorance - The biggest "in your face" song on the album, full of anger and sarcasm...and I love it! One of the defining songs on this album. 5/5
Playing God - Sounds calmer compared to the previous songs, but filled with lots of sharp lyrics like Ignorance is. The last quarter of the song is the best in my opinion. 4/5
Brick By Boring Brick - Interesting lyrics, and a great-sounding chorus. 4/5
Turn It Off - Decent song, doesn't stand out as much as the previous songs. I love the instrumental ending though. 4/5
The Only Exception - The first slow song on the album, a bit repetitive but it sounds great overall. I can see why this is a popular song for them in general. 4/5
Feeling Sorry - This song picks up the pace after the previous one, and it sounds more mature compared to the other faster-paced songs on the album, and it sports some intriguing lyrics. 4/5
Looking Up - VERY catchy song, particularly the chorus. It's got milder lyrics that lack accusation and anger, which is a good change from the rest of the album. Love it! 5/5
Where The Lines Overlap - A happier song lyrics-wise. Not the biggest fan of the chorus, but the immaturity of the song plays more to its strengths than its weaknesses. 4/5
Misguided Ghosts - An acoustic, slow song. It's not very expected after listening to the rest of the album, and I think that hurts it more than anything else. Seems like something they just threw on at the end to add album content. 3/5
All I Wanted - This song just screams 'desperation' to me, with frequent repetition of "all I wanted was you." Not one of my favorites but not a terrible song either. 3.5/5
Overall I give Brand New Eyes 4/5 stars. The energy felt from the stronger songs more than drowns out the weaker ones, the latter of which is hard to find on the album. Looking forward to buying more Paramore albums if and when they go on sale.
The packaging is cheap feeling, and the sticker with the track list is a "Fueled By Ramen" standard looking sticker, like you used to get on old albums. The paper feels more like pulp than anything, and the printing is relatively low resolution. However, I think this may have been a deliberate choice. If FBR wanted to cheap out or put on lame stickers, they would do it on more than just this album, and this is the only one I have like this. I think Paramore likely wanted this record to have a feel of one about 20 years old.
The actual sound is great. Bassier than the CD.
There's still a twinge of holier-than-thou in the lyrics. Haley's voicework has grown more impressive ; it's pretty hard to understate this point. I've always felt that if Haley was on American Idol, she'd lose, but she fits her bandmates so well I can hardly imagine anyone else in her place. As impressive as she is, her bandmates still have a characterstic sound and that hasn't gone away. They've gotten no harder, but no softer, either, which in my view places them in a perfect spot for popular hard rock / pop punk / whatever genre you think Paramore is. I want to say it is more of the same, because the sound is the same; but I can't say it is more of the same, because it is so very much an improvement.
Overall, a really excellent release that grew on me in a very big way. I find myself placing it in every ad hoc playlist I whip up; if you enjoyed their last two releases, I expect you will, too.
It reminds me more of All We Know is Falling, but it mostly carries with it a new vibe altogether. After listening to "The Only Exception" on youtube and loving it, I decided to re-listen to the album, and I realized that I'm glad that it doesn't sound like Riot, it's fresh. Zac has some pretty awesome drumming on this, and Hayley's voice sounds a little more mature and natural sounding, not so piercing and digitally altered like some of the tracks from their previous works.
Just keep in mind, most of the songs on this are not as radio-welcome as riot; the songs are not as simplistic, or poppy. So the average radio-listener might not enjoy it. They are a little more raw than that and require that you listen to them a few times through before you really can appreciate the mixing/songwriting/musicality.
Overall, this is the perfect next installment to the Paramore collection. It's got a new feel, but it still has that Paramore sound to it.
If you like Paramore, definitely buy this album, and if you've never heard of them, give it a try. If you like alternative rock, you'll more than likely enjoy this band.