The Day Has Come

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Yes, this 16-year-old Texan has ridden the reality-show wave into mainstream consciousness, but she's far more than just another pretty face (or set of pipes, for that matter). Cheyenne Kimball is situated at an interesting intersection on the pop map, one where the girl-with-a-guitar trills of Jewel meet the somewhat grittier -- but still reliably glossy -- tones of Sheryl Crow. Cheyenne's voice is remarkably mature for a teen, cut through with a dusty rasp that's all too rare in the American Idol era, but The Day Has Come is firmly grounded in youthful concerns -- like the frustrations tossed off in "Hanging On," which plays like a "Bad Day" for the under-18 set. The...
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Barnes & Noble - David Sprague
Yes, this 16-year-old Texan has ridden the reality-show wave into mainstream consciousness, but she's far more than just another pretty face (or set of pipes, for that matter). Cheyenne Kimball is situated at an interesting intersection on the pop map, one where the girl-with-a-guitar trills of Jewel meet the somewhat grittier -- but still reliably glossy -- tones of Sheryl Crow. Cheyenne's voice is remarkably mature for a teen, cut through with a dusty rasp that's all too rare in the American Idol era, but The Day Has Come is firmly grounded in youthful concerns -- like the frustrations tossed off in "Hanging On," which plays like a "Bad Day" for the under-18 set. The fact that the singer is obviously in no real hurry to grow up doesn't mean she's mired in fluff; the chiming "One Original Thing" takes on cookie-cutter pop culture with a surprising panache, while the poignant "Four Walls" deals affectingly with a near-fatal illness that suddenly struck her father. What's ultimately most refreshing about The Day Has Come is how easily Cheyenne dodges clichés -- especially the teasing Lolita variety. That makes it easy to judge her music on its own merits, and those shine through charmingly on every track.
All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Bearing a name only a pop ingénue could claim as her own, Cheyenne Kimball has long been positioned to be a pop star. She first surfaced as a winner on NBC's largely forgotten 2003 series America's Most Talented Kid, arriving just at the end of the teen pop boom and in the thick of American Idol mania, and she never has lost sight of her roots: when she got a little bit older, officially in her teens, she launched her career as a serious recording artist/entertainer by the only way she knew how -- she got her own MTV reality show documenting her struggle in launching a career as a teenage singer/songwriter. This was no small show for the network: it was given the prime slot of following the Laguna Beach spinoff The Hills. The show spent a great deal of time on the trials and tribulations of Cheyenne and her family as they left their home and settled in California in hopes of turning their kid star into a real star. Of course, the great unspoken thing in Cheyenne's show is that she already had the label deal in place, already had the system to promote her debut, already was set as an MTV star before her show started airing -- her album even had an insert promoting the fall release of the first season DVD of her show! -- making her the envy of pretty much any aspiring musician with dreams of stardom. And, of course, she got the show because she's cute as a button and writes commercial music, kind of like Jewel's younger sister or a baby Sheryl Crow who has a voice a little bit like an Ashlee Simpson who can sing. Based on that, it seems like Cheyenne could be a little bit insufferable, but the remarkable thing about the show is that her family comes across as desperate fame-crazed loons and Cheyenne is the little girl who likes to write and sing and shows a lot of promise, too (she also can be a brat on occasion, but what teen wouldn't on national TV?). That's how she comes across on her debut album, The Day Has Come, too: she's earnest, green, and likeable, a better writer and singer than she initially seems. Part of the initial surprise comes from Cheyenne seeming so young and so cute -- based on her looks, it seems like she's just a pretty face that is easy to package and sell. But The Day Has Come showcases a singer and songwriter with considerable potential, and who is already making quite appealing music from the start. Some of this is due to an excellent choice of collaborators -- on this record she co-writes with such names as Kara DioGuardi, Chantal Kreviazuk, John Rich, and the adult pop specialist of 2006, Billy Mann -- who help shape her music into bright, shiny, hooky pieces of professional pop, equal parts frothy bubblegum, sassy punk-pop, introspective folk, and swaggering rootsy rock. It's an appealing sound on the surface, but the key to the album's success is that Cheyenne is an engaging performer. She certainly sounds her age, but unlike other teen singers, she can control her voice, giving it shading and texture, and she has a stronger musical foundation than such teen tarts as Ashlee, which helps give the album a backbone and depth. Upon the first play, it's easy to be taken in by its high-gloss production, which is admittedly quite fetching, but repeated spins reveal the sturdiness of Cheyenne's writing -- she had a hand in penning all the songs here -- as well as her ease at delivering the material. Sure, she still sounds like a teen, but that's the good thing about The Day Has Come: it has the musical scope of somebody in their early twenties, but the freshness and spunk of a teenager, which is quite remarkable. So maybe she did get an unfair advantage by being plastered all over MTV prior to the release of her debut, but this record is good enough to provide a compelling reason why Epic and MTV have staked so much on Cheyenne Kimball: based on this very good debut, she certainly does seem like the star she's positioned to be.
Hartford Courant - Dan Leroy
A surprisingly mature piece of work.

A surprisingly mature piece of work.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/11/2006
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 828768112625
  • Catalog Number: 81126

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Intro (0:51)
  2. 2 I Want To (3:36)
  3. 3 Hanging On (4:09)
  4. 4 One Original Thing (3:32)
  5. 5 The Day Has Come (3:21)
  6. 6 Four Walls (3:28)
  7. 7 Hello Goodbye (2:40)
  8. 8 Good Go Bad (3:38)
  9. 9 Everything to Lose (3:41)
  10. 10 Breaking Your Heart (4:00)
  11. 11 Mr. Beautiful (2:58)
  12. 12 Didn't I (3:46)
  13. 13 Full Circle (2:53)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Cheyenne Kimball Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Paul Bushnell Bass
Josh Freese Drums
Rami Jaffee Keyboards
Dave Krusen Drums
Lee Levin Drums
Lyle Workman Guitar
Phil X. Guitar
Matt Laug Drums
Dan Rothchild Bass
Billy Mann Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Raine Maida Bass, Guitar
Dan Warner Bass, Electric Guitar
Chantal Kreviazuk Mellotron
Randy Cooke Percussion, Drums
Christopher Thorn Electric Guitar, Lap Steel Guitar
Anne Preven Background Vocals
Joe Zook Acoustic Guitar
Zac Rae Piano, Keyboards
Pete Wallace Organ, Piano, Keyboards
David Levita Guitar
Jason Lader Bass
Technical Credits
Joe Chiccarelli Engineer
Scott Cutler Composer, Producer
Kara DioGuardi Composer, Producer
Mark Endert Engineer
Billy Mann Arranger, Composer, Producer, Engineer
Raine Maida Composer, Programming, Producer, Engineer, Digital Editing
Chantal Kreviazuk Composer, Producer
Christopher Thorn Producer, Engineer
Sheri G. Lee Art Direction
Anne Preven Composer, Producer
Joe Zook Engineer
Chris Steffen Engineer
Jason Lader Engineer
Fusako Chubachi Art Direction
Cheyenne Kimball Composer, Producer, Engineer
Christopher Thorne Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Worth listening to

    She is young,BUT there are alot of other artists out there,who are just as young,or youngER.Just because your young,doesn't mean you're not worth listening to.She has some good lyrics,and seems really passionate about music...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Adults love her too!

    I love Cheyenne's songs, and find myself singing along. I know the lyrics appeal to the younger generations too, because I hear them singing Cheyenne all the time... I've even heard "Hello Goodbye" as a ringtone!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    She is so much better then Hilary.....

    All of u out there can say she stinks but she is my causin so dont say anything out here! She is the best! Here cd has a meaning! All of u think miss ugly Hilary Duff is the best!! NO WAY!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Pretty Good

    She's pretty good for a current pop singer. The song lyrics are great but her vocal sounds amazingly similar to Hilary Duff and Brie Larson because of the preppy tone that most girls have.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    NOT WORTH MY TIME

    I wasn't really expecting much from "Day has Come", and I was correct in the assumption. Cheyenne is not very experienced, does NOT have a very inpressive vocal range, and is all around just below average! I've seen her show on MTV, and still, was not inpressed with her show, and she sounds just like every other singer out there. I'm sorry, this was a waste of my life listening to. Maybe when she's older...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Impressive!

    I think that the other people who gave her one star is not giving her a chance, because all of the recent pop singers have thir company write songs for them, but she writes them herself!!!!! I love the song hangin on and the day has come, and i would buy this cd. I also love her show, and i think that she is really sweet and pretty! I hope she comes out with another cd soon!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Disappointing

    Very disappointing that none of the current pop singers can really sing well. Cheyenne does not have the range or vocal strength even with all the studio enhancements. She must be weak live and the material sounds like all of the other pop singers out there. I was hoping for something fresh! She seems to be a very sweet girl with a great personalily. I think that she would be much better as an actress, because she really knows how to work a crowd!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great Album

    This is great album, I've previewed it on MTV, The Leak, and I must have to say, it is incredible. Her show is also great, it shows you the conflicts of becoming an upcoming artists. I suggest you buy this.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Cheyenne Rox!

    Cheyenne is a great singer and guitar player. You should totally buy this CD. The T.V show on MTV is great too. Go Cheyenne!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A MUST

    Cheyenne is amazing! I watch her show every week and it is so good! She is so talented. I am totally getting this cd the day it comes out!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    WOW - awesome cd

    I love her MTV reality show 'Cheyenne' - what a refreshing change of pace on her cd.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Wow, So Amazing

    You have to listen to this CD and watch her show on MTV it is also so good. I can't believe she wasn't discovered before now. She has such an amazing talent and uses it so well. I think that their is much to come from her.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    its a maybe

    The singer of this CD( not including name) does not have any original lyics and she plain does not have any talent.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    ITS THE NEW THING@!

    This cd is great! I have actually never heard of her before until I heard the Aquamarine soundtrack cd and I LOOOOVVVE One Original thing! Shes great!

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