Is There Something on Your Mind?

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Sounding somewhat like the Foo Fighters, only with better production and a better sense of melody, Sweden's Drowners have crafted an excellent album with their U.S. debut, Is There Something I Should Know. Borrowing equally from polished Fountains of Wayne-style power pop and edgy, Nirvana rock, the album ends up hitting the mark -- often squarely. Highlights include the catchy title track which is not unlike something Weezer might've done, the sunny anthems "Bittersweet" and "Summer Break My Fall," and the moving ballad "Winter Left You Alone." There are, of course, missteps and imperfections; sometimes the songs fail to generate a hook, or the lyrics seem a bit ...
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All Music Guide - Jason Damas
Sounding somewhat like the Foo Fighters, only with better production and a better sense of melody, Sweden's Drowners have crafted an excellent album with their U.S. debut, Is There Something I Should Know. Borrowing equally from polished Fountains of Wayne-style power pop and edgy, Nirvana rock, the album ends up hitting the mark -- often squarely. Highlights include the catchy title track which is not unlike something Weezer might've done, the sunny anthems "Bittersweet" and "Summer Break My Fall," and the moving ballad "Winter Left You Alone." There are, of course, missteps and imperfections; sometimes the songs fail to generate a hook, or the lyrics seem a bit underdeveloped. When The Drowners really hit they hit hard, and the material is excellent.
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  • Release Date: 6/6/2000
  • Label: Wind-Up
  • UPC: 601501305429
  • Catalog Number: 13054

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Performance Credits
The Drowners Primary Artist
Don Heffington Percussion
Rami Jaffee Keyboards
Ken Stringfellow Background Vocals
Joe Sublett Saxophone
Louise Post Background Vocals
Brian Sperber Guitar
Jonas Bergqvist Bass
Leif Rehnström Guitar
Magnus Vikström Piano, Vocals
Technical Credits
Don Gilmore Producer
Matt Hyde Programming, Producer, Engineer
Ted Jensen Mastering
Mike Terry Engineer
Dan Druff Guitar Techician
Gersh Drum Technician
Ed Sherman Artwork
Kjell Nästen Engineer
Magnus Vikström Programming
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great album for fans of Weezer, Foo Fighters etc

    Every song is great, which is really unusual these days... Beautiful melodies and arrangements with hard hitting energy.

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