Human [CD]

  • Artist: Three Days Grace
  • SKU: 3993589
  • Release Date: 03/31/2015
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95% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (135 out of 143)

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  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Decent but not spectacular debut with new singer

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    ryfman
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    For someone whom has never listened to Three Days Grace before, this will probably come across as a decent, albeit run-of-the-mill rock album - for someone more familiar with the band's previous recordings, I could see this album being a disappointment. Adam Gontier was a hard vocalist to replace given the many hits that the band plastered the airwaves with during his tenure - though Matt Walst is a serviceable singer, the fit just seems off. The lead singles "Painkiller" and "I Am Machine" are okay tracks, and the latest single "Human Race" has a little bit different atmosphere to it that has grown on me, although I could see it being a major flop in the eyes of those previous TDG fans. The rest of the album just doesn't feel very memorable - I find myself usually wanting to listen to a new album several consecutive times to discover little nuances that I originally missed, but my first listen did not do much to motivate me toward that purpose. I applaud the band for moving forward and I hope that they continue to find success - although I am not sorry I bought the album because I was very curious about their sound with Walst, I can't say that I would heartily recommend this album with so many other options out there on the rock circuit.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    A bit of a dissapointment

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    Music4Life
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    Let me begin by saying that i am a huge 3 days grace fan. I dont want to be the guy to complain that adam is no longer in the band, however you can clearly see the difference in the styles of the lead singer. The new singer has his moments of quality material and there are a few decent tracks on the album, but the quality of lyric writing has fallen of a cliff. The lyrics are over repitive on most songs, and not very deep or thought provoking. The instrumentation still sounds good (what you would expect from a 3DG album). Nothing is ground breaking but it has a good feel. The band wont see the same level of success putting out this type of material though as it lacks a level of depth they previously had.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Five stars. Probably just four. But Five from me.

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    chris5150
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    Ive never been a critical person. Especially to music. People create the music they want and I feel stupid telling them they are wrong. I have been a fan of this band since high school. They were always one of my favorites. They have a great sound! So I was let down when I heard they were getting a new singer. On top of that the singer for My Darkest Days...WHAT!!? Ugh. I hated the singles for this. But I couldn't help myself but buy the cd. I hated it. I put it down and was angry at the band. (ok not really, but I wasn't happy with the cd lol). Then I decided to pick it back up and give it an honest chance. Im glad I did because this is a really solid release to be honest. It may not be classic. But it is a very good album. Buy it. Be open minded. Give it a shot. Pretend its a completely new band and you will love it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Love the band, hate the new singer

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    hitop8
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    Having been a Three Days Grace fan for a while, I've got to say this is a big disappointment. While the songs are good enough and definitely have the 3DG sound, the new singer is a joke. I've never heard more vocal processing on a rock artist. It's actually quite embarrassing. If you've got to use auto-tune or some other vocal processing, you probably should find something you're actually better suited for. I'd highly recommend Saint Asonia, former 3DG singer Adam Gontier new project.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Give it a chance

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    Chris629
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    I thought "painkiller" was ok. I thought "I am the machine" was meh. And "human" was awful. I am a huge fan of the band and I was a little disappointed about the whole change in singers. Then I found out the new singer is the brother of the guitar player I decided to give it a shot. My first couple times listening to it I thought it was okay but it's definitely grown on me. It's a really good cd.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Not the same

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    Berryboy78
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    "Painkiller" and "I am machine" I love. I was pretty pumped to buy this album and listen to more. A couple of the other songs are decent, but to me it didn't seem like the creativity was there and that they rushed to get an album out. I was disappointed. Maybe I need to listen more. But as of now I give it 2.5 stars.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Finally!!!!!

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    stern4
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    this album to me was perfect. Yes it has a new singer and has the brother of Adam. But the style with the music is what I have been waiting for since one X. Hopefully they keep going with this style and I do support Matt Walst as their singer. Just hopefully he does another my darkest days album sometime soon

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A new direction

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    kycod
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    This is no longer the Three Days Grace of the past. Matt Walst is a worthy successor to Adam Gontier, but some of the songs on the album just don't sound like 3DG. This singles are fantastic though. Any die-hard 3DG fan will probably dislike Walst, but this album is somewhat reminiscent to the old 3DG.

    I would recommend this to a friend



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