Leave This Town

Leave This Town

by Daughtry


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When he was recording his debut album in 2006, Chris Daughtry didn't have the time to assemble the real rock band he clearly wanted, so it appeared under the band name DAUGHTRY without featuring any of the musicians who later became part of the group. That's not the case with Leave This Town: all five members appear on the album cover, serving as visual evidence that DAUGHTRY is a band, not a person. Such reminders may be necessary because Leave This Town doesn't differ much in feel or form from DAUGHTRY. Daughtry and his band have no desire to make anything other than good, basic, black-and-white modern rock and they do so efficiently on Leave This Town, a sophomore album that's every bit as satisfying as the first.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/11/2009
Label: Imports
UPC: 0886975480821
catalogNumber: 859315
Rank: 143136

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Daughtry   Primary Artist
Howard Benson   Keyboards
Vince Gill   Vocals,Guest Appearance
Jamie Muhoberac   Keyboards
Michito Sánchez   Percussion
Josh Steely   Guitar
Phil X.   Guitar
Aubrey Haynie   Fiddle
Josh Paul   Bass
Chris Daughtry   Guitar,Vocals
Joey Barnes   Drums
Brian Craddock   Guitar
Joey Barnes   Drums

Technical Credits

Howard Benson   Programming,Producer,Audio Production
Justin Niebank   Engineer
Mark Robertson   String Contractor
Josh Steely   Composer
Mike Plotnikoff   Engineer
Brett James   Composer
Frank Harkins   Art Direction
Mitch Allan   Composer
Andy Waldeck   Composer
Josh Paul   Composer
Jim Lee   Illustrations
Chad Kroeger   Composer
Joe Moi   Composer
Hatsukazu "Hatch" Inagaki   Engineer
Brian Howes   Composer
Marc VanGool   Guitar Techician
David Hodges   Composer
Ben Moody   Composer
Jon Nicholson   Drum Technician
Eric Dill   Composer
Chris Daughtry   Composer
Joey Barnes   Composer
Brian Craddock   Composer
Rune Westberg   Composer
Ashburn Miller   Engineer
Andy Waldeck   Composer
Joey Barnes   Composer
Debbie Lurie   Arranger
Chris Tompkins   Composer

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Leave This Town 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 46 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love almost every song on this CD. I am starting to like it even more than the first. If you are a Daughtry fan, you will definitely want this in your collection. My favorites are: You Don't Belong, Ghost of Me, September, Call Your Name and Open Up Your Eyes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I could not wait for the release of Daughtry new CD. His frist release is my favorite go to when I need a lift up. This one will be the same double dose! Love it! Well worth the wait. I've played it over and over and over again and this is only my second day of owning it. It's a good thing.
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mlrenner More than 1 year ago
Awesome, awesome, awesome! If you enjoyed Daughtry's first CD, the second is just as good, if not better!
Sedonasongwriter More than 1 year ago
When I listened to Daughtry's first CD, I was really disappointed - not in his vocals, but in the songs. They all sounded alike and were very predictable. Talk about a fast learner ... on this CD the band just rocks out and Daughtry's vocals show why he should have won the American Idol contest that year. He adds all these little nuances in and around his lead vocal line that dresses up the songs in vocal layers, just as the guitarists get to layer their guitars. It's total ear candy and nearly addictive. I often have one or more of the songs each day looping in my head, over and over. The production is flawless, the arrangements are just right (often leaving the listener wishing the song would go on), and the flow of one song to another really works well. All-in-all, if you like melodic rock and got off in the past on groups like Def Leppard (think layers of guitars and vocals - but with better drums), you'll love this!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Daughtry is Daughtry - nothing really stands out to me on this album but it is good non-the-less.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought the Music was good.I liked the cover.I thought the cover was pretty cool.I would recommend the music to a friend.
Cookin More than 1 year ago
I've heard a few good songs on this cd and I bought it as a birthday present for a friend.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
consistently good, addictive listening
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The song with Vince Gill is great as well as rest of album.
sun518 More than 1 year ago
This album is definitely a winner. It does not stray very far from Daughtry's debut album, which is actually a positive aspect. It does, however, have more ballad-y songs than the first album, which takes a little away from Chris' rocker persona. However, this is definitely not a sophomore slump. Tracks such as Tennessee Line and Life After You are beautiful ballads, whereas Supernatural and Everytime You Turn Around really rock out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was anticipating Daughtry's 2nd cd release and I am elated that it is finally out. This is a wonderful cd. I am very pleased with the songs and Daughtry's voice is awesome ! I love it !
VLSinNJ More than 1 year ago
I went to BN last night to pick up this CD and on the way home I popped it into my car cd player. Every song on this album is emotional and soulful to me. I really enjoyed the first album and the second one is just as a good. Chris's voice is amazing and I would definately recommend this album to his fans, as well as those fans of Nickelback, 3 Doors Down, and similar. Same soulful and passionate kind of music that the band has always played.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sophomore efforts are always tricky. As an artist you want to tap new creative moods and styles while maintaining that connection your fans have after a hit first album. This album delivers both some changes in Daughtry's style, the melodic tones and the strong lyrics that make Daughtry so interesting and listen-able. The first single on this album, however, is a clear Nickelback (Chad Kroeger) song that Chris's voice so perfectly fits. The lyrics throughout the album have poignant moments and blend perfectly with the solid musical blend that threads through this album as well as it did the first. Very easy to listen to and throughly enjoy even if it might not be considered a Led Zep IV album. Of course, neither has any AC/DC albums and look where they are today.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Daughtry's 2nd album is great just like the first one. I think that he could have done something a little different (not as much like his first one), though, but the songs still sound very good! I really like No Surprise!
samanser More than 1 year ago
I only wish he would do more "rock" songs and less of the ballad types, but it is good music. I could listen to Daughtry all day..
mlou More than 1 year ago
Loved the first one and still listen to it all the time so I was glad to get another great Daughtry CD!! You'll love it.
HeretoStay More than 1 year ago
Another great release by Daughtry. Really enjoy listening to his music.
DarkLotusICP4life More than 1 year ago
too much yelling and screaming and cussing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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