Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Sunny Day Real Estate|
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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Sunny Day Revisited
john bebop | San Jose, CA United States | 12/14/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"First, I think this is a great album. I love the live quality of this recording because it makes me feel like I was there somewhere in the back of the room. It has this bass-heavy growling that you get in an old theater (and surprise it was recorded in an old theater).
I love the way the guitars sound; gritty and real like they come from an amplifier similar to one I own.
I'm more of an early SDRE fan, but I feel that this record helped me get into post-Pink record songs a little more. For example, Guitars & Video Games was not a song I really appreciated until I heard this.
Also if you're a little burned out on In Circles, the version on this Live album rocks.
Finally, if you were a big Sunny Day Real Estate fan and haven't listened to them in a while, this record will help you rediscover them."
AMAZING CD IF YOU'RE A DIEHARD SDRE FAN!
Andy Williamson | 10/18/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I had first heard that they even had a LIVE SDRE cd on a college radio station. I had called to request "IN CIRCLES" & they only had the live version. Immediately after hearing it on the radio; I went to Amazon.com to find it & purchased it.
That song live is definitely amazing. Jeremy Enigks voice is soo passionate.
All the other songs on the cd are from various cd's (past & present)Live versions are sometimes worse than cd recordings. BUt, this live version rocks!"
Infinity2 | Los Gatos, CA United States | 08/26/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This album contains 6 songs from How It Feels... and 5 songs from Diary/Lp2. While some of the songs ("Days Were Golden," "in Circles", "Pillars") gain a lot live, there are many songs that sound either exactly like the album version or worse. "Every Shining Time You Arrive" doesn't work as well without the keyboard solo, and "The Prophet," great song as it is, needs the aboriginee chanting to capture the full effect. Also, "J'Nuh" fails to capture the same atmosphere it did in the studio. Overall, you will enjoy this if you're a hard core fan of Sunny Day Real Estate, otherwise, stay away from this."