Dan’s voice is a little hard to take for one and can become grating if you plan on listening to entire album at once. His words are as earnest as they are impassioned, an aspect that makes his music truly stand out amongst that of others. Veldin April 25th Comments. Consenso esplicito Ci occorre da parte tua l’accettazione esplicita dei nostri termini di servizio. Dan came straight out of the Christian hip hop group known as Deepspace5 and since has released a few more hip hop albums under the name “Listener”. When I bought this record, I was a little disappointed to find that SEVEN of the eleven tracks were either redone or remastered version of tracks that had already been released by Listener, mostly on their debut LP, Ozark Empire.
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In caso di problemi scrivi a platform rockol. For one, the version of “Ozark Empire, Here he Dan Smith finds his voice that will tell the stories that come together as Wooden Heart. Over some hard hitting strugglefille chords drums, Dan relays a story return to struggleville the perspective of an alcoholic husband who attacked his wife only to find himself with a knife in his chest.
They’re one of those groups you really need to have an open mind in order to really appreciate. Whatever the reason, I’ve just never particularly enjoyed listening to either of these genres.
I found this album to be an important transition from Ozark Empire to Wooden Heart. On top of this, however, is the music and beat backing these words. Dan’s voice is a little hard to take for one and can return to struggleville grating if struggleeville plan on listening to entire album at once.
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Skimaskcheck December 17th Comments. Non mi interessa tutto questo, effettua il logout. It makes for a strange effect as Strugglevi,le explodes with some of his coarsest and intense vocal performances yet with one of most bizarrely catchy choruses on the album.
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Since I love Wooden Heart, I’ll definitely give this a listen. Answer to the question that starts this review is usually pretentious crap Gotta check this out though, sounds cool.
You’ll be happy you did. That or you just need to enjoy listening to a mustachioed man with a gruff, twitchy voice rant poetic words over some nice indie rock. Dude is so awesome, good review man. Listener is really return to struggleville special.
Listener had actually been around strugglevil,e quite some time before this release, only with a returrn different sound. Unemployed, unwanted, and uninterested in the idea of living any longer, the only thing standing between the man’s dream of “eating a barrel full of strugggleville by shotgun” is his family and how he wants to leave them something meaningful before he goes.
Just listened to a few songs from this and Wooden Heart and enjoyed them. Without any preconceived notions of what you were going into, you’d almost expect some deep southern drawl but instead what you get is Dan Smith’s loud babbling. Time Is A Machine. My interested has been sparked. On 10 Music Lists. Decent first review, I’ll throw you a POS. Ti invieremo un link di verifica all’indirizzo fornito in fase return to struggleville registrazione.
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The other eight songs I love. Inserisci l’indirizzo e-mail fornito in fase di registrazione e richiedi il reset della password. Since he’s joined with Christin Nelson however he’s gone more return to struggleville route of indie rock and it’s treated him quite well. I might just go to sleep listening to this to see what it does to me For a first review this isn’t that bad, just messy.
Dan Smith, the tirelessly honest voice behind Listener, along with musical backing from Chris Nelson and other rotating cast members throughout the yearsdon’t fit very snugly into the genre of hip-hop.
At this point in the album, it’s difficult not to feel a strong connection with his words and feelings, and it only gets better from here.