Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Lifehouse - Who We Are (2007)

Like Lifehouse's previous three albums, Who We Are contains lyrics that relate to both spirituality and romantic love - most of the band's songs are open to interpretation, making them applicable to many types of audiences. This time around, though, Jason Wade drew upon personal experiences that make the songs a little more obvious. Wade has also a terrific rock voice, and it's never sounded better ranging from heavy growls to soft-spoken falsetto—he even goes a cappella for the impressive start of "Storm". Who We Are is a good album, full of very catchy songs.
Grade: A-
+ Disarray
+ Who We Are
+ Storm
+ MySpace Website

1 comment:

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