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Embrace - This new day

Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Release date: 2006-06-04 Year: 2006
Label: Independiente
Genre: Pop Rock
Producer: Youth
Artist discography


Discography:The good will out (1998),Drawn from mercury (2000),If you?ve never been (2001),Out of nothing (2004),This new day (2006)
Bandmembers:Danny McNamara - Vocals,Richard McNamara - Guitar,Mike Heaton -Drums,Steve Hirth - Bass,Mickey Dale - Keyboards
Influences:R.E.M,The Pixies,The Beatles
Will appeal to fans of:Coldplay,The Verve,U2,Manic Street Preachers
Album tracks Total length:43,35
1.No use crying (3,42)
2.Natures law (4,07)
3.Target (4,28)
4.Sainted (4,18)
5.I can?t come down (4,14)
6.Celebrate (3,33)
7.Exploding machines (5,17)
8.Even smaller stones (4,28)
9.The end is near (4,38)
10.This new day (4,45)
Kaj?s final words:Is there sand in Sahara? Is the pope catholic? Will Embrace new album hit #1 on the U.K charts? it?s the same answer to all these questions coz 2 of their 4 previous albums has taken the highest position and their new album "This new day" feels like a box of chocolate for a kid coz it contains so many beautiful pop songs that I stopped counting them after a while.
The new single "Natures law" entered the UK singles chart at #2 and there?s more of what that came from,this album is like Coldplay?s "X&Y" except "This new day" is a bit better.
A more suitable word for the epic "The end is near" than gigantic Arena rock doesn?t exist - I?m stunned!

Tracklisting 1. No Use Crying
2. Nature's Law
3. Target
4. World At Your Feet
5. Sainted
6. I Can't Come Down
7. Celebrate
8. Exploding Machines
9. Even Smaller Stones
10. The End Is Near
11. This New Day


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