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Three Days Grace

Three Days Grace

Genre: Heavy Metal
Artist/Group Name: Three Days Grace
Release Date: 07/22/2003
Original Release Date: 2003
Label: Jive (USA)

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# of Discs: 1

Disc 1
1. Burn
2. Just Like You
3. I Hate Everything About You
4. Home
5. Scared
6. Let You Down
7. Now or Never
8. Born Like This
9. Drown
10. Wake Up
11. Take Me Under
12. Overrated
Track Listing
# of Discs: 1
1. Burn
2. Just Like You
3. I Hate Everything About You
4. Home
5. Scared
6. Let You Down
7. Now or Never
8. Born Like This
9. Drown
10. Wake Up
11. Take Me Under
12. Overrated
Release Notes

Three Days Grace: Adam, Neil, Brad.
Recorded at Longview Farm Studios, North Brookfield, Massachusetts; Bearsville Studios, Woodstock, New York; Vespa Studios and A Room Full Of Stuff Studios, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Audio Mixers: Jay Baumgardner; Randy Staub ; Rich Costey.
Recording information: A Room Full Of Stuff Studios, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Barsville Studios, Woodstock, NY; Long View Farm Studios, North Brookfield, MA; Vespa Studios, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Editor: Dave Holdredge.
Illustrator: Jeff Faerber.
Photographer: Chapman Baehler.
When it comes to heavy-metal lyrics, historically there have been but a few options. If one isn't inclined to go the ever popular, Iron Maiden-approved demons and wizards route, he or she is really only left with Kiss-style macho chest-pounding, or bleak alienation of the type perfected by Metallica. With its self-titled U.S. debut album, THREE DAYS GRACE manages to add a fourth option by combining ultra-stripped-down, de-tuned monster riffs in the very best Black Sabbath/Melvins tradition with emo-esque, heart-on-the-sleeve, diary-like poetry worthy of a Deep Elm Records release. In addition, these north-of-the-border boys add a snap-tight, chorus pedal-heavy production sheen that recalls the greatest of all Canadian hard-rock trios, Rush (particularly that band's excellent, but oft-overlooked, 1990s albums COUNTERPARTS and TEST FOR ECHO). By combining the best elements of metal and emo, two often-opposing genres, THREE DAYS GRACE breathe new life into both styles.

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