Seventeen Days [DualDisc]

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All Music Guide - Johnny Loftus
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All Music Guide - Johnny Loftus
The stronger songwriting on 3 Doors Down's multi-platinum sophomore effort, Away from the Sun, was encouraging, especially after the rote post-grunge of their 2000 breakthrough, "Kryptonite." But the hit single "When I'm Gone" resonated in particular with American military personnel and their families, who identified with lyrics like "Hold me when I'm here" and "Love me when I'm gone" as deployment to Iraq became imminent in spring 2003. That populism guides Seventeen Days, the Mississippi band's third full-length album. Its liner notes connect to a cross-section of U.S. culture, thanking NFL quarterbacks and major league ballplayers alongside Tim McGraw, Metallica, Dale Earnhart Jr., and "our troops everywhere." And Away from the Sun's Southern rock flourishes have been broadened to create an album that's purely American, built from meaty power chords and everyman lyrics that search for redemption in plain-faced terms. It's no surprise that Bob Seger, heartland crier from another era, guests on "Landing in London." It's not the weary traveler's anthem Seger's "Turn the Page" is -- "London"'s keening strings can't replace the pain and longing of Alto Reed's saxophone wail. But 3 Doors Down try their best, and Seger's rough tenor riding shotgun makes the song more memorable. "When I'm Gone"'s template repeats throughout "Seventeen Days." Lead single "Let Me Go" has the usual quieter verses building to a strong chorus, with easily identifiable lyrics like "You love me/But you don't know who I am." "Be Somebody" and "Real Life" use similar pieces, aligning thick distortion choruses next to brooding verses and lyrics about finding one's own road. The harder-charging guitars of "Never Will I Break" and "Right Where I Belong" reference Alice in Chains' legacy, "Father's Son" is a morality tale in more quiet/loud dynamics, and "My World" amplifies Southern rock capably. 3 Doors Down have hit on a formula that works very well for them. It's a great framework for Brad Arnold's earnest lyrics, and the heavy bass and rousing guitar melodies ensure plenty of radio play. It's not unique, and the songs tend to run together. But they're heartfelt, and easily fill the average American's rock & roll quota. [The DualDisc edition of Seventeen Days featured the original audio CD, plus four songs from the album performed acoustically. It also included a DVD with the entire album in two specialized sound formats and two video performances of the single "Let Me Go."]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/9/2005
  • Label: Republic
  • UPC: 602498819906
  • Catalog Number: 000470082

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Right Where I Belong (2:32)
  2. 2 It's Not Me (3:14)
  3. 3 Let Me Go (3:52)
  4. 4 Be Somebody (3:15)
  5. 5 Landing in London (4:31)
  6. 6 The Real Life (3:52)
  7. 7 Behind Those Eyes (4:19)
  8. 8 Never Will I Break (3:50)
  9. 9 Father's Son (4:12)
  10. 10 Live for Today (3:47)
  11. 11 My World (3:00)
  12. 12 Here by Me (3:50)
  13. 13 Let Me Go (3:49)
  14. 14 Be Somebody (3:11)
  15. 15 Landing in London (4:47)
  16. 16 My World (2:59)
Disc 2
  1. 1 Right Where I Belong
  2. 2 It's Not Me
  3. 3 Let Me Go
  4. 4 Be Somebody
  5. 5 Landing in London
  6. 6 The Real Life
  7. 7 Behind Those Eyes
  8. 8 Never Will I Break
  9. 9 Father's Son
  10. 10 Live for Today
  11. 11 My World
  12. 12 Here by Me
  13. 13 Right Where I Belong
  14. 14 It's Not Me
  15. 15 Let Me Go
  16. 16 Be Somebody
  17. 17 Landing in London
  18. 18 The Real Life
  19. 19 Behind Those Eyes
  20. 20 Never Will I Break
  21. 21 Father's Son
  22. 22 Live for Today
  23. 23 My World
  24. 24 Here by Me
  25. 25 Let Me Go
  26. 26 Be Somebody
  27. 27 Landing in London
  28. 28 My World
  29. 29 Let Me Go
  30. 30 Let Me Go
  31. 31 Bonus Material
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
3 Doors Down Primary Artist
Bekka Bramlett Background Vocals
Anthony LaMarchina String Quartet
Crystal Taliefero Background Vocals
Mary Kathryn Van Osdale String Quartet
Kristin Wilkinson String Quartet
Nick Hoffman Banjo, Violin
Daniel Adair Drums
Amy Owsley Background Vocals
Technical Credits
George Marino Mastering
Howie Weinberg Mastering
Kristin Wilkinson String Arrangements
Wayne Isham Video Director
Tadpole Engineer, Digital Editing
John O'Mahoney Digital Editing
Matt Roberts Composer
Johnny K Producer, Engineer
Kirk Kelsey Engineer, Digital Editing, String Arrangements
Todd Harrell Composer
Chris Henderson Composer
Brad Arnold Composer
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