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Say Nothing

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2017's Wake Up Call signaled both a sonic and lyrical about-face for the Nickelback-groomed Canadian rockers. Fans that lamented Theory of a Deadman's dramatic pivot from post-grunge to pop will find cold comfort with the arrival of their seventh full-length effort, Say Nothing, a slickly rendered pastiche of brooding electro-pop and six-string-neutered active rock that comes off like a downcast Maroon 5. Recorded in London with Wake Up Call producer Martin Terefe (James Blunt, Mike Posner), the ten-song set uses the latter LP's surprise hit "Rx (Medicate)" as a jumping-off point, with frontman Tyler Connolly turning his gaze from the prescription drug abuse epidemic to other zeitgeisty topics like domestic violence ("History of Violence"), poverty ("Affluenza"), racism ("White Boy"), and political polarization ("Strangers"). Connolly's evolution from lurid, self-absorbed bro-magnon to concerned citizen feels genuine enough, and his powerful vocals remain the group's greatest asset, but the end results feel emotionally inert. Despite the dearth of guitar, Say Nothing is inarguably rooted in the modern rock idiom, with big, chrome-plated bangers like "Black Hole in Your Heart" and "Ted Bundy" aiming for the nosebleed section -- even the less propulsive numbers are designed to (at some point) get your ass outta the seat. That said, there isn't a single moment on the album that doesn't feel like it was designed algorithmically. Theory of a Deadman (or just Theory, or TOAD) have never tried to disguise their commercial aspirations, which is probably why they continue to peddle platinum-selling wares, but the polish-to-passion ratio here feels way, way off. ~ James Christopher Monger

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1
Black Hole In Your Heart
00:03:34

Tyler Connolly, Organ, Additional Production, Vocals, Additional Recording, Additional Programming - Martin Terefe, Producer, Mellotron - Neal Avron, Mixer - Ted Jensen, Masterer - DAVID DAVIDSON, String Arranger, Violin - David Angell, Violin - Monisa Angell, Viola - Carole Rabinowitz, Cello - Dyre Gormsen, Engineer - Taylor Pollert, Additional Recording - Theory Of A Deadman, Writer, MainArtist - Christine Connolly, Writer - Dean Back, Bass - Oskar Winberg, Engineer, Strings, Drum Programming, Mellotron - Scott Skrzynski, Mixing Engineer - Dave Brenner, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar - Joe Dandeneau, Drums - Clem Cherry, Assistant Engineer, Strings - Jorge Arango Kure, Assistant Engineer

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2
History of Violence
00:03:54

Glen Scott, Programming - Tyler Connolly, Guitar, Additional Production, Vocals, Additional Recording, Programming - Martin Terefe, Producer - Neal Avron, Mixer - Ted Jensen, Masterer - Dyre Gormsen, Recorded by - Theory Of A Deadman, Writer, MainArtist - Christine Connolly, Writer - Dean Back, Bass - Oskar Winberg, Recorded by, Programming - Scott Skrzynski, Assistant Mixer - Dave Brenner, Guitar - Joe Dandeneau, Drums - Clem Cherry, Assistant Engineer, Programming - Nikolaj Torp-Larsen, Additional Recording - Jorge Arango Kure, Assistant Engineer

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3
Affluenza
00:03:36

Tyler Connolly, Piano, Additional Production, Vocals, Writer, Additional Recording, Programming - Martin Terefe, Producer, Backing Vocals, Mellotron - Nikolaj Torp Larsen, Hammond Organ - Neal Avron, Mixer - Ted Jensen, Masterer - Dyre Gormsen, Engineer - Theory Of A Deadman, MainArtist - Christine Connolly, Writer - Dean Back, Backing Vocals, Writer, Bass - Oskar Winberg, Engineer - Scott Skrzynski, Mixing Engineer - Dave Brenner, Electric Guitar, Backing Vocals, Writer - Joe Dandeneau, Drums, Tom Toms Drums, Backing Vocals - Clem Cherry, Assistant Engineer - Jorge Arango Kure, Assistant Engineer - Joey Dandeneau, Writer

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4
Say Nothing
00:03:36

Tyler Connolly, Additional Production, Vocals, Additional Recording, Additional Programming, Synthesizer Programming - Martin Terefe, Producer - Neal Avron, Mixer - Ted Jensen, Masterer - DAVID DAVIDSON, String Arranger, Violin - David Angell, Violin - Monisa Angell, Viola - Carole Rabinowitz, Cello - Dyre Gormsen, Engineer - Taylor Pollert, Additional Recording - Theory Of A Deadman, Writer, MainArtist - Christine Connolly, Writer - Dean Back, Bass - Oskar Winberg, Engineer, Synthesizer, Drum Programming - Scott Skrzynski, Mixing Engineer - Dave Brenner, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar - Joe Dandeneau, Drums - Clem Cherry, Assistant Engineer - Jorge Arango Kure, Assistant Engineer

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5
Strangers
00:03:25

Tyler Connolly, Piano, Additional Production, Vocals, Additional Recording, Synthesizer, Drum Programming - Martin Terefe, Producer - Neal Avron, Mixer - Ted Jensen, Masterer - Dyre Gormsen, Engineer - Theory Of A Deadman, Writer, MainArtist - Christine Connolly, Writer - Dean Back, Bass - Oskar Winberg, Engineer, Synthesizer, Drum Programming - Scott Skrzynski, Mixing Engineer - Dave Brenner, Electric Guitar - Joe Dandeneau, Drums - Clem Cherry, Assistant Engineer - Jorge Arango Kure, Assistant Engineer

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6
Ted Bundy
00:03:32

Tyler Connolly, Additional Production, Vocals, Additional Recording - Martin Terefe, Producer, Piano - Neal Avron, Mixer - Ted Jensen, Masterer - DAVID DAVIDSON, String Arranger, Violin - David Angell, Violin - Sven Lindvall, Tuba, Arrangement Horn - Monisa Angell, Viola - Carole Rabinowitz, Cello - Dyre Gormsen, Engineer - Taylor Pollert, Additional Recording - Leif Lindvall, Trumpet - Theory Of A Deadman, Writer, MainArtist - Dean Back, Bass - Oskar Winberg, String Arranger, Engineer, Arrangement Horn, Mellotron, Synthesizer Programming - Scott Skrzynski, Mixing Engineer - Dave Brenner, Electric Guitar - Joe Dandeneau, Drums, Percussion - Clem Cherry, Assistant Engineer - Jorge Arango Kure, Assistant Engineer

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7
World Keeps Spinning
00:03:34

Tyler Connolly, Piano, Additional Production, Vocals, Additional Recording, Programming - Martin Terefe, Producer - Neal Avron, Mixer - Ted Jensen, Masterer - Dyre Gormsen, Engineer - Theory Of A Deadman, Writer, MainArtist - Dean Back, Bass - Oskar Winberg, Engineer, Synthesizer, Drum Programming - Scott Skrzynski, Mixing Engineer - Dave Brenner, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar - Joe Dandeneau, Drums - Clem Cherry, Assistant Engineer - Jorge Arango Kure, Assistant Engineer

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8
Quicksand
00:03:00

Glen Scott, Backing Vocals, Drum Programming - Tyler Connolly, Additional Production, Vocals, Additional Recording - Martin Terefe, Producer, Piano - Neal Avron, Mixer - Ted Jensen, Masterer - DAVID DAVIDSON, String Arranger, Violin - David Angell, Violin - Monisa Angell, Viola - Carole Rabinowitz, Cello - Dyre Gormsen, Engineer - Taylor Pollert, Additional Recording - Theory Of A Deadman, Writer, MainArtist - Christine Connolly, Writer - Dean Back, Bass - Oskar Winberg, Engineer, Synthesizer, Drum Programming - Scott Skrzynski, Mixing Engineer - Dave Brenner, Acoustic Guitar - Joe Dandeneau, Drums - Clem Cherry, Assistant Engineer - Jorge Arango Kure, Assistant Engineer

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9
White Boy
00:04:10

Tyler Connolly, Organ, Piano, Additional Production, Vocals, Additional Recording - Martin Terefe, Producer, Tom Toms Drums - Neal Avron, Mixer - Ted Jensen, Masterer - Dyre Gormsen, Engineer - Theory Of A Deadman, Writer, MainArtist - Dean Back, Bass - Oskar Winberg, Engineer, Backing Vocals, Synthesizer, Drum Programming - Scott Skrzynski, Mixing Engineer - Dave Brenner, Electric Guitar - Joe Dandeneau, Drums, Tom Toms Drums - Clem Cherry, Assistant Engineer - Jorge Arango Kure, Assistant Engineer

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10
It's All Good
00:02:33

Tyler Connolly, Additional Production, Vocals, Additional Recording, Programming - Martin Terefe, Producer, Piano - Neal Avron, Mixer - Ted Jensen, Masterer - Dyre Gormsen, Engineer - Theory Of A Deadman, Writer, MainArtist - Dean Back, Bass - Oskar Winberg, Engineer - Scott Skrzynski, Mixing Engineer - Dave Brenner, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar - Joe Dandeneau, Drums - Clem Cherry, Assistant Engineer - Nikolaj Torp-Larsen, Additional Recording, Synthesizer - Jorge Arango Kure, Assistant Engineer

2019 2019

Descrizione dell'album

2017's Wake Up Call signaled both a sonic and lyrical about-face for the Nickelback-groomed Canadian rockers. Fans that lamented Theory of a Deadman's dramatic pivot from post-grunge to pop will find cold comfort with the arrival of their seventh full-length effort, Say Nothing, a slickly rendered pastiche of brooding electro-pop and six-string-neutered active rock that comes off like a downcast Maroon 5. Recorded in London with Wake Up Call producer Martin Terefe (James Blunt, Mike Posner), the ten-song set uses the latter LP's surprise hit "Rx (Medicate)" as a jumping-off point, with frontman Tyler Connolly turning his gaze from the prescription drug abuse epidemic to other zeitgeisty topics like domestic violence ("History of Violence"), poverty ("Affluenza"), racism ("White Boy"), and political polarization ("Strangers"). Connolly's evolution from lurid, self-absorbed bro-magnon to concerned citizen feels genuine enough, and his powerful vocals remain the group's greatest asset, but the end results feel emotionally inert. Despite the dearth of guitar, Say Nothing is inarguably rooted in the modern rock idiom, with big, chrome-plated bangers like "Black Hole in Your Heart" and "Ted Bundy" aiming for the nosebleed section -- even the less propulsive numbers are designed to (at some point) get your ass outta the seat. That said, there isn't a single moment on the album that doesn't feel like it was designed algorithmically. Theory of a Deadman (or just Theory, or TOAD) have never tried to disguise their commercial aspirations, which is probably why they continue to peddle platinum-selling wares, but the polish-to-passion ratio here feels way, way off. ~ James Christopher Monger

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