No Name Faces Review

artist: Lifehouse date: 02/05/2005 category: compact discs

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Lifehouse: No Name Faces
Released: Oct 31, 2000
Genre: Rock
Styles: Post-Grunge, Adult Alternative Pop/Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock
Number Of Tracks: 12
It really is a bit of a surprise to see such musical maturity hailing from such a young (in age and tenure) band. No Name Face should fit right in on rock radio.
 Sound: 8
 Lyrics: 10
 Overall Impression: 10
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overall: 9.3
No Name Faces Reviewed by: scarr, on february 05, 2005
1 of 2 people found this review helpful

Sound: This album has one of the best sounds I have ever heard! Lifehouse uses a wounderful variety of driving electric tones to melodic acoustic arrangements that leave you completely unaware of a skip button. I was quite impressed with their ability to create such powerful dynamics with soo little! // 8

Lyrics: Theses lyrics are nothing short of spectacular! Jason's ability to write captivating lyrics showed impressivley in this collection of personal songs. The lyrics are perfect for a generation seeking a personal connection with someone who has gone through the same issues from, insecurity in "Simone" to completely love struck in "Everything." // 10

Overall Impression: This album is one of my personal favorites, and never leaves me unsatisfied. Songs such as: "Hanging By A Moment," "Sick Cycled Carosel," and "Everything" just ring in my head constantly! I love how at any moment the band can take you from one extreme to another. And, I would most definetly go in to a severe state of panic if this album was lost or stolen. // 10

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