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We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things
Jason Mraz
We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things
Genres: Pop, R&B, Rock
  •  Track Listings (12) - Disc #1
  •  Track Listings (12) - Disc #2
  •  Track Listings (3) - Disc #3

Jason Mraz's 3rd studio album exploded in sales, debuting at #3 when released in May, 2008. The first single, 'I'm Yours', has been a worldwide hit and has been certified double platinum. This Limited Edition combines the ...  more »


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All Artists: Jason Mraz
Title: We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things
Members Wishing: 3
Total Copies: 0
Label: Atlantic
Original Release Date: 1/1/2008
Re-Release Date: 11/18/2008
Album Type: CD+DVD, Extra tracks, Limited Edition
Genres: Pop, R&B, Rock
Styles: Adult Alternative, Soul
Number of Discs: 3
SwapaCD Credits: 3
UPCs: 075678970092, 075678966552, 075679986689


Product Description
Jason Mraz's 3rd studio album exploded in sales, debuting at #3 when released in May, 2008. The first single, 'I'm Yours', has been a worldwide hit and has been certified double platinum. This Limited Edition combines the smash album with a collection of 3 fan-only EP's that preceded the album earlier this year and have been in high demand as word has spread of their existence. The DVD is an unreleased full band concert from 2008 featuring 8 songs from the new album, as well as his previous hits 'The Remedy', 'You And I Both' and 'The Geek In The Pink'. The packaging has been expanded to a 20 page book with full lyrics and additional artwork. The entire limited edition has been specially priced to appeal to the Holiday gift buyer!

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Mraz Adds Value to Hit Record
Rudy Palma | NJ | 11/24/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Continuing the highly criticized practice of re-releasing hit albums to increase sales, Atlantic Records gives the royal treatment this week to Jason Mraz's runaway LP "We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things.," which remains high on the charts after six months, with a limited edition deluxe version.

The re-release is backed with a second disc collecting the cheekily-titled "We Sing.," "We Dance." and "We Steal Things.," three acoustic EPs he released leading up to the launch of the album containing stripped down versions of many of the tracks. The biggest asset, however, is a DVD of his performance to a sell-out crowd at Manhattan's Highline Ballroom on April 14. Many consider the rehashing of previously released material paired with new, exclusive content pure record company manipulation, and that is a valid point, but the addition of the concert alone will make this 2CD/DVD rechristening interesting for both curious casual listeners as well as the previously initiated.

And there are certainly a slew of those curiously casual with the longevity of the album's lead single "I'm Yours" serving as a barometer of public interest. The song has had an uncanny journey that began circa early 2005, when Mraz began playing the song during live set lists in spite of Atlantic's final word on not including on it on his sophomore set "Mr. A-Z." It garnered a life of its own, becoming known to scores of listeners in countries across the world on account of live recordings as well as the original demo, which found limited release on Mraz's "Extra Credit" EP.

Due to this cult popularity Mraz and Atlantic made the decision to re-record the track to be the lead single from "We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things.," releasing it to radio and retail in time for Valentine's Day. Slowly but surely increasing in further popularity, it finally reached the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 in September, where it remains this week. That is quite a ride for one song to take.

Still, there is more meat to Mraz than "I'm Yours," and that is ably proven by the entirety of "We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things." Second single "Make It Mine," with its engulfing sing-a-long chorus, effervescent vocal performance and infectious feel good vibe is even better song than "I'm Yours," while Mraz also cuts straight to the heart of problems both at home ("Love For a Child") and abroad ("Only Human"). He also utilizes an entrancing singing/rapping style on the haunting "Dynamo of Volition." The breezy "Lucky" features Colbie Callait, while James Morrison stops in to add verses on the brooding "Details in the Fabric."

Mraz's talents only come across more strongly with the inclusion of the lo-fi acoustic disc, which brings out the essence of his songs to let them breathe, and the energetic Highline Ballroom concert proves his growing reputation as a live act to be justified. He is smart to recruit supremely talented musicians in the studio, but he outdoes his contemporaries by bringing them on the road with him as well.

Indeed, "Make It Mine" and "No Stopping Us," a slice of ear candy from his debut album, sizzle with high-octane energy courtesy of Mraz's scintillating trumpeters. Non-album track "1000 Things" invokes a lush, lullaby-like dream state, and "Fall Through Glass," a duet with Mraz's friend Bushwalla, teems with swing and intrigue. Along with Mraz's clowning stage presence and impressive vocal range, these moments creates a thoroughly unique musical experience.

To be sure, re-releases from major labels are always highly polished cash grabs, and this one is no different. However, the quality and quantity of the added material gives this one particular panache. Those who have been eyeing the album have all the more incentive now to check it out.
Buy this version, not the original.
Marcus | So California | 12/01/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Okay if you don't already have the original album, BUY this version, the album it's self is already so good. But you also get the awesome second cd....which is utterly fantastic...even better than the actual album...PLUS you get an entire Mraz Concert which shows you how talented and funny he actually is. This is a perfect set 2CDs and a DVD with a 90 min concert WOW. Also be sure to watch the 30 Min. Documentry included on the disc it was completely interesting and made me a laugh quite a few times. Thank you Mr. Mraz."
Hope Springs | Chicago, IL | 01/29/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Jason Mraz has really outdone himself on this latest CD/DVD collection. After seeing him in concert, I can feel like I'm re-living the moments when watching this DVD. He's so unbelievably talented, along with his band members, and his concert DVD shows his sense of humor and style so well. I think he's fast becoming something really BIG! This collection of songs is his BEST!"