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Dave Matthews Band — Everybody Wake Up (Our Finest Hour Arrives)
Album: Stand Up
Avg rating:
4.6

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Total ratings: 70









Released: 2005
Length: 4:14
Plays (last 30 days): 0
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Ditto Tampa! TampaPurple wrote:
:drunk:
Damn Dave! You're so much better than this!
Okay, seriously... Please STOP adding so much DMB into the play rotation. Bill, read the comments and check the ratings. Regardless of how much you may personally like the band, it's clear that they rub a LOT of people the wrong way. And some of those people, like myself, are supporters.
Dr-ice wrote:
Peter Gabriel called. He wants his sound back.
He also said he wanted his hair back, but I don't think that was Dave Matthews related...
seekinggrace wrote:
As an abid DMB fan, I can agree with many that it seems it's been hard for the band to evolve (i.e. such disappointments as Everyday - which does have it's good qualities). I think going with Mark Batson as a producer was a wise move and I'm very impressed with this whole CD. I think it's a great reflection on the current political environment is America today. This song is a good example.
:drunk:
Olympus_mons wrote:
I agree, I used to get really excited about a new DMB release. It is pretty bad when I force myself to listen to a CD in order to justify the purchase.
Thanks for the props. I actually lowered my rating after hearing it here again. I wish I had my 11.99 back on iTunes.
:puke: UGHHH! Morning sickness...yet I am not pregnant! :puke:
TampaPurple wrote:
Why can't DMB put out an album as good as "Remember Two Things" or "Under the Table and Dreaming." They just have never returned to that glorious form. This effort, and the album it is on, are somewhat flat, in my opinion.
I agree, I used to get really excited about a new DMB release. It is pretty bad when I force myself to listen to a CD in order to justify the purchase.
Peter Gabriel called. He wants his sound back.
Aside from American Baby, this album just does nothing for me ... especially this song.
Frisbee!!!! This is not worth the comment.
I just can't like DMB. Blech. This sucks, for lack of a more creative thing to say.
amb599 wrote:
DMB sounds slightly slurred and drunk on this one...
He often sounds that way to me --- singing or speaking. It always seemed like some sort of weird affectation, at least when he's speaking between songs or being interviewed.
ok my first '1' rating....only because it is the only RP song that forced me to mute the darn thing. yick.....this is just unlistenable. i used to like them...i suppose people can grow in some ways :)
amb599 wrote:
DMB sounds slightly slurred and drunk on this one...
ha, ha...yeah, there's a part near the end where you wonder if he's stretching to get the note.
As an abid DMB fan, I can agree with many that it seems it's been hard for the band to evolve (i.e. such disappointments as Everyday - which does have it's good qualities). I think going with Mark Batson as a producer was a wise move and I'm very impressed with this whole CD. I think it's a great reflection on the current political environment is America today. This song is a good example.
DMB sounds slightly slurred and drunk on this one...
Different sound for Dave and the Band but it still sounds good! :bounce:
DMB YAY! Awesome player, composer, performer, band.
Why can't DMB put out an album as good as "Remember Two Things" or "Under the Table and Dreaming." They just have never returned to that glorious form. This effort, and the album it is on, are somewhat flat, in my opinion.
I like the polyrhythm in the background. Tasty. I'm not a huge DMB fan, but the stuff off of this new album is a bit intriguing.
red5_bc wrote:
meh. nothing special here.
Yah, sounds a little over produced. :sleep:
meh. nothing special here.
Another reason to love Tuesday. New releases!!!! \:D/
"The Devil went down to Georgia, he was lookin' for some souls to steal..." Sorry, heard that violin and couldn't resist. :)