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Out Of The Wasteland Discounts Factory Sounds Gay I'm In LGBT Pride Transgender Bisexual Long Sleeve T- CDs Vinyl => Pop in a world where overpriced, top-of-the-line models loaded with junk features are often seen as the gold standard, we aim to recommend high-quality things that warrant their price and don’t push extra features you’ll rarely use. Editorial Reviews 2015 album from the alt-rock trio. Out Of The Wasteland is the work of a group that has some history. It was 2001 when Los Angeles-based Lifehouse broke through in a big way when "Hanging by a Moment," from their debut album No Name Face, spent 20 weeks in the Top Ten and won a Billboard Music Award for "Hot 100 Single of the Year." Since then, the band has released five more albums, three of which made the Billboard Top Ten, sold over 15 million records worldwide and spun off hit singles. Lifehouse is one of the most played artists in the history of Hot AC radio format in the USA with 1.5 million spins. I’ve been a fan of Lifehouse’s for years, but truly never gave them the credit that they deserve. I had wrongly assumed that they’d be one of those bands whose only good songs were the ones on the radio. So, I only purchased the MP3’s of songs I knew amp; loved and ignored their CD’s. However, after seeing Lifehouse on Guitar Center Sessions, I liked everything they played and gained a lot of respect for the band’s lyrics and musical talents… besides that, I was impressed to see that the band members all seem like well-grounded young men who keep their priorities in line.I now have all their CD’s but like Out of the Wasteland best of all. All aspects – music, lyrics, emotions amp; vocals just seem more well-polished and mature. There isn’t a bad song on this CD, and I could listen to the first 7 tracks over and over again. I no longer see Lifehouse as a young amp; simple pop band, they are seriously good musicians who have so much more to offer than what you hear of them on the radio.This album is wonderful! It is very different than the last 3, which is one of the things I love most about Lifehouse - they are not afraid to evolve and be adventurous! I love each of their albums in its own way, for what it is, and this is no exception. The musical arrangements on this album are understated, but very full at the same time. The lyrical content, as usual, is brilliant, and really taps into emotional territory that everyone faces at some point, and can relate to, in a very elegant and eloquent way. My personal favorites on the album are the phenomenal 'Runaways' and 'Yesterday's Son,' as well as 'Flight,' 'Alien,' 'Central Park,' 'One For the Pain,' and the wonderful new recording of the classic Lifehouse track 'Wish.' I love the entire album, but those are the standouts for me personally. I am so glad Lifehouse is back, as I have been a hardcore fan for about 15 years or so, and as usual they do not disappoint with this incredible album. Enjoy!After the disaster of an album (personal opinion here) that is, Almeria, I honestly never thought there would come a day when I would purchase another Lifehouse album. In fact, I had actually stopped following the band's career shortly after, but happened across this album earlier this morning. After listening to the sample tracks and hearing a few songs that had the old Lifehouse sound, I decided to buy this one. Though, there are a few tracks that are just meh for me, there are some that are on par with a number of the hits from their earlier albums. In “Out of the Wasteland,” the band Lifehouse takes direct aim at contemporary American culture and pathos and delivers a sound that is surprisingly real, current, and can one say gritty without being anachronistic. With titles like “One for the Pain,” “Runaways,” “Firing Squad,” and “Hurt this Way,” the album is not exactly milk and cookies on a Saturday night and yet the overall sound has more to do with honey than vinegar. It is the flavor of a film by Tennessee Williams, poignant, emotional, slightly dysfunctional but always reeling with hope and a free-wheeling desire. It is a uniquely American sound, feeling, and vibe being gloomy yet optimistic, tame yet wild, honest yet a false projection of a land that has struggled with all kinds of evils and shortcomings. There is no better band than Lifehouse to take the triumph and tragedy of the American experience and translate it into music that is, if not epic, at least enjoyable and resonates with our better angels. Most of this album sounds almost like it could be a solo album by Jason Wade (which is a good thing in my opinion). Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying the other band members don't or shouldn't contribute. It's just that historically Jason Wade has been the main creative force for Lifehouse with his personal outlook on life shining through and I guess that's what I've always liked about their music. I felt like they lost that on their last two albums. Smoke amp; Mirrors seemed less personal/more generic. And I'm not sure what Almeria was. But Lifehouse (and Jason Wade) is back! Some of the songs on OOTW sound similar to various songs of their other albums, others not but the same outlook and themes from earlier albums can be found throughout these songs: figuring out who you are, being true to yourself, realizing what really matters in life, and letting go (or at least trying) of pain and the past. The most important thing for me I think is that when I listen to these songs I get the feeling that no matter what, hope and perseverance will prevail. My personal favorites on OOTW are "Flight", "Hurricane", and "Central Park" (the name doesn't do this one justice but Jason wrote it in 2007 about spending so much time away from his wife and tells her, "I'll always be around", "I'll always be yours". It's very haunting.). I also really like a couple of songs off the deluxe version (not sold here) "Exhale" and "You Are Not Alone". If you like Lifehouse's first four albums (and love Jason Wade's voice) I think you'll like this album.It feels forever since Lifehouse's last album, Almeria although I know it has only been 2.5 years!! I had previewed some of the tracks prior to buying and I knew I was in for a treat! I have yet to listen to the album thoroughly without distractions, but I did like what I heard the first time hearing. If you like Lifehouse's previous music and are contemplating whether or not to buy the album, I recommend doing so. Or if you just feel like listening to good vocals and instrumentation, buy it. It is worth it.I was looking for something new to listen to. After sampling the songs, I decided to purchase it. It was well worth it. I have played this a lot and really enjoy it. i like almost every song, but I guess my favorites are Central Park, One for the Pain, Runaways, Hurt This Way, and Hourglass, although there is not a single song that I don't like. The arrangements are excellent and the lead singer's voice is remarkable. I highly recommend it.Love this album switched to a new streaming service that didn't have this so this was a must for the house and the car been to one of their concerts too Dallas Mall Sounds Gay I'm In LGBT Pride Transgender Bisexual Long Sleeve T- Cheap Sell Online
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