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Stanley Climbfall

  • Disc 1
    1. Spin
    2. Wash
    3. Sky Is Falling
    4. Anchor
    5. Am I Ever Gonna Find Out
    6. Stanley Climbfall
    7. Out of Breath
    8. Just Another Name
    9. Take Me Away
    10. My Precious
    11. Empty Space
    12. Beginning, The

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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 450397

  • Credits
    ProducerRon Aniello
    EngineerClinton Roth; Howard Karp; Eric Sarafin; Karl Egsieker; Ron Aniello; Tom Lillo

    This is a Hyper CD, which contains regular audio tracks and also provides a link to the artist's website with the help of a web browswer.
    Lifehouse: Jason Wade (vocals, guitar); Sergio Andrade (bass); Rick Woolstenhulme (drums).
    Additional personnel: Ron Aniello (guitar, keyboards); Aaron Embry (guitar); Larry Corbott (cello); Matt Chamberlain (drums).
    Recorded at Royaltone Studios, North Hollywood, California.
    This is a Hyper CD, which contains regular audio tracks and also provides a link to the artist's website with the help of a web browswer.
    STANLEY CLIMBFALL [LIMITED] contains two bonus tracks.
    Lifehouse: Jason Wade (vocals, guitar); Sergio Andrade (bass); Rick Woolstenhulme (drums).
    Additional personnel: Ron Aniello (guitar, keyboards); Aaron Embry (guitar); Larry Corbott (cello); Matt Chamberlain (drums).
    Recorded at Royaltone Studios, North Hollywood, California.
    Personnel: Jason Wade (vocals, guitar); Rick Woolstenhulme (drums).
    Audio Mixer: Brendan O'Brien .
    Recording information: Royaltone Studios, North Hollywood, CA.
    Photographer: Matthew Welch .
    Unknown Contributor Role: Lifehouse.
    Perhaps you got the impression from LA-based trio Lifehouse's smash 2000 debut album NO NAME FACE that they were just another bash-it-out post-grunge band with a Stone Temple Pilots jones. STANLEY CLIMBFALL, the band's accomplished follow-up would stand to prove you wrong. One listen to the title track, with its ornate keyboard arrangement, soaring guitar lines, and octave-spanning vocal melodies, would be proof enough all by itself, but it's got plenty of company. Throughout the album, the band deftly adds colors here and there to keep their guitar-bass-drums template from ever getting too monochromatic. That doesn't mean they don't make with the R-O-C-K anymore of course; the guitars churn, the drums bash, and the angst-filled vocals alternately simmer and shout in all the proper places. It's just that with STANLEY CLIMBFALL the lads seem to have begun--dare we say it--growing up.

  • Critic Reviews
    Entertainment Weekly (9/20/02, p.106) - "...Charming harmlessness..." - Rating: B
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