Label: Outpost Recordings - OPRD-30037 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Grunge, Acoustic
The original Days of the New was a great album. After the band broke up and the DJ's dis'd everybody in sight, I shied away from spending the bucks on their 2nd release. After all, isn't the music a result of the whole band's effort and not just one person's? Apparently not/5().
Product description. 13 songs These certainly are new days for singer-guitarist Travis Meeks. A mere 18 when his band's self-titled debut hit with singles including "Shelf in a Room" and "Touch, Peel and Stand," finds the year-old frontman minus his former Days of the New band mates and plus a new female singer and lineup. These radical departures could easily have spelled /5().
Days of the New (also known as the Green album or Days of the New II) is the second self-titled album of Louisville rock band Days of the ed on Aug, it marks the first album following the break up of the original lineup and the last under Outpost. While not nearly as commercially successful as its predecessor, Green acquired stronger appreciation by critics and.
· · Opening with the sound of galloping horses, the album soon makes itself known as an epic, structured like a classic concept album but feeling exactly like a moodier, pretentious variation on Days of the New 's post-grunge debut. There's no discounting Meeks ' ambition, which is, in some ways, endearing; in a time of diminished expectations.
Days of the New was a success, selling million copies worldwide. Three songs from the album were hits: " Touch, Peel and Stand," " The Down Town," and " Shelf in the Room." "Touch, Peel and Stand" was number one on Billboard's Rock Chart for 17 weeks; "The .
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