Third Eye Bind - Third Eye Blind Reviews
Description:Artist: Third Eye Blind / Release Date: 1997 / Genre: Indie Rock & Punk
Newest Review: ... what could be a near perfect debut album. Tracks here such as the monster hit's 'Semi Charmed life', 'How's it gonna be' and ... more
Customer Third Eye Bind - Third Eye Blind Reviews (4)
by - written on 09/08/00, updated on 09/08/00 (Very useful, 30 readings)
For a debut album, you probably couldn't do any better, and for anybody who has never listened to Third Eye Blind, I urge you to have a listen to this album, as it may just be the greatest listening experience you'll ever have. I bought Semi-Charmed life in Australia in 1997, and saw it appear in the UK about 6 months later, and yes, you do know the song, despite it being about drugs, its masked by a poppy, catchy tune (the do do do, dodo do do one). The album crashes into 'Losing a Whole Year' which I never liked until I actually listened to it (most of 3EB's song just take listening too, and then you'll be hooked) then the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/00, updated on 03/08/00 (Very useful, 19 readings)
It really annoys me that a band this good are not even getting heard in the UK, as i can honestly say this debut album from Third Eye Blind (or 3EB) is amongst the best cds in my collection. This cd goes from strength to strength, kicks off in style with the tuneful 'Losing a whole year', going through their incredibly catchy and only real UK chart sucess 'Semi Charmed Life' (believe me you know the one), has some great energeticrockers such as 'London' and 'Graduate', and shows off some really powerful, moving songs such as Motorcycle Drive By' and the album's finale, 'God of Wine'. In my opinion, this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/09 (Very useful, 34 readings)
This is the debut album by American serial hit makers Third Eye Blind and is a patchy affair containing momments of pure pop genius but frustratingly enough there are momments here of undeniable filler that taint what could be a near perfect debut album. Tracks here such as the monster hit's 'Semi Charmed life', 'How's it gonna be' and 'Jumper' Cement the bands reputation as great pop song writers. This undeniable pop sensibility coupled with Stephen Jenkins ability to craft songs of pure beauty such as the lyricaly superb 'Motorcycle drive by' and the heartbreaking album closer 'God of Wine' go to show why Third Eye Blind are a band who have enjoyed emense ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/00, updated on 06/08/00 (Very useful, 49 readings)
Third Eye Blind – Third Eye Blind The big problem with the British music scene is that bands like Third Eye Blind don’t get a look in. It’s difficult enough being a talented British band and breaking the UK market with all the pop pap dominating the charts but for an American independent rock band it's nigh on impossible. It’s a great pity because Third Eye Blind are nothing short of fantastic. This, their first album, contains so many great tracks it’s difficult to know where to start. Losing A Whole Year really starts the album off as it’s destined to continue, raw but catchy, passionate but not too reckless. ... Read the complete review
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