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Memories: Do Not Open, the debut full-length from EDM-lite duo the Chainsmokers, is a calculated dose of millennial escapism that peddles the same sounds as their far more engaging EP work. Following Bouquet and Collage -- home to their megahits "Closer" and "Don't Let Me Down" -- Memories serves as evidence that the Chainsmokers might be better equipped for shorter releases. Even with the help of producer DJ Swivel and guests like Emily Warren, Phoebe Ryan, Florida Georgia Line, and Imagine Dragons' Dan Reynolds, Memories is just not that memorable. Over 12 songs that mostly sound the same with little to differentiate one from another, Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall shill a live-fast-die-young attitude that quickly grows tiresome (if listeners reach penultimate track "Young," where Taggart sings about wrecking a girl's car, almost fighting her father, and sneaking out to bars, the patience will likely have already run out). However, fans are probably not seeking depth and gravitas in a Chainsmokers album. Rather, they can rely on the duo for fleeting feelings of joy and bliss, no matter how overly simplified. The Chainsmokers' typical chords and drops are all present, carrying waves of naïve and sophomoric lyrics that stretch for profundity, like on "Bloodstream" -- one of the many electro ballads on Memories -- where Taggart sings, "I'm fucked up/I'm faded/I'm so complicated." It not only comes off as obnoxious, but the production itself is so similar to "Roses" (and "Closer") that listeners might be hit with an annoying sense of déja vù. There's plenty more MOR EDM to be had on Memories ("My Type," "Honest," and "Don't Say" for starters), but in terms of songs that actually stand out, there are just a few. Singles like "Paris" and the Coldplay duet "Something Just Like This" are undeniably catchy, especially the latter, which is a double-whammy of Coldplay's pure ineffable joy-rock and the Chainsmokers' patented drops. Two other standouts benefit from guest vocalists. On the Sam Martin co-write "It Won't Kill Ya," French singer Louane delivers a soulful and dramatic sequel to Daya's turn on "Don't Let Me Down," while R&B singer Jhené Aiko elevates "Wake Up Alone." This certainly is not one of the worst albums ever recorded; indeed, it has its moments of merit that hit the proper spots and deliver the intended dose of dopamine. However, as a cohesive statement worthy of an album's length of the listener's attention, Memories is lacking. With a pair of strong EPs behind them, the Chainsmokers need further practice before they can prove themselves to be an album act. Only a few songs have the necessary half-life that extends beyond the tracks that follow. On "Wake Up Alone," Aiko asks, "Will you still care in the morning/When the magic's gone?" Until there's more evidence to the contrary, the answer is unfortunately "no."
© Neil Z. Yeung /TiVo

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1
The One
The Chainsmokers
00:02:58

The Chainsmokers, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - Andrew Taggart, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist - Emily Warren, Composer, Lyricist - Jordan "DJ Swivel" Young, Drums, Mixing Engineer, Producer, Recording Engineer - Scott Harris, Composer, Lyricist - Nicole "Coco" Llorens, Assistant Engineer - Chris Gehringer, Mastering Engineer - Adam Alpert, Executive Producer - Alex Pall, Executive Producer

(P) 2017 Disruptor Records/Columbia Records

2
Break Up Every Night
Andrew Taggart
00:03:28

The Chainsmokers, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - Andrew Taggart, Composer, Drums, Keyboards, Lyricist - Sean Scanlon, Composer, Lyricist - Jordan "DJ Swivel" Young, Drums, Mixing Engineer, Producer, Recording Engineer - Captain Cuts, Drums, Keyboards, Producer - Michael Kamerman, Composer, Lyricist - Beau Kuther, Composer, Lyricist - Ryan Rabin, Composer, Lyricist - Ryan McMahon, Composer, Lyricist - Ben Berger, Composer, Lyricist - Martin Gray, Assistant Engineer - Chris Gehringer, Mastering Engineer - Adam Alpert, Executive Producer - Alex Pall, Executive Producer

(P) 2017 Disruptor Records/Columbia Records

3
Bloodstream
Andrew Taggart
00:03:44

The Chainsmokers, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - Andrew Taggart, Composer, Drums, Keyboards, Lyricist - Matthew Holmes, Composer, Lyricist, Other, Programmer - Phoebe Ryan, Composer, Lyricist - Jordan "DJ Swivel" Young, Co-Producer, Mixing Engineer, Producer, Programmer, Recording Engineer - Phil Leigh, Composer, Lyricist - Kane Parfitt, Composer, Keyboards, Lyricist, Piano - Philip Plested, Guitar - Phil Plested, Composer, Lyricist - Philip Leigh, Other, Programmer - Kin, Producer - Mac & Phil, Producer - Desi Aguilar, Assistant Engineer - Chris Gehringer, Mastering Engineer - Adam Alpert, Executive Producer - Alex Pall, Executive Producer

(P) 2017 Disruptor Records/Columbia Records

4
Don't Say
Andrew Taggart
00:03:48

The Chainsmokers, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - Emily Warren, Associated Performer, Composer, Featured Artist, Lyricist - The Chainsmokers feat. Emily Warren, Associated Performer - Andrew Taggart, Composer, Drums, Keyboards, Lyricist - Joni Fatora, Composer, Lyricist - Jordan "DJ Swivel" Young, Mixing Engineer, Producer, Recording Engineer - Imad Royal, Composer, Lyricist - Brenton Duvall, Composer, Lyricist - Chris Gehringer, Mastering Engineer - Adam Alpert, Executive Producer - Alex Pall, Executive Producer

(P) 2017 Disruptor Records/Columbia Records

5
Something Just Like This
The Chainsmokers
00:04:07

The Chainsmokers, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - Coldplay, Associated Performer, Main Artist - The Chainsmokers & Coldplay, Associated Performer - Andrew Taggart, Composer, Drums, Keyboards, Lyricist - Chris Martin, Piano - Christopher Martin, Composer, Lyricist - Will Champion, Composer, Drums, Lyricist - Jordan "DJ Swivel" Young, Drums, Mixing Engineer - Emily Lazar, Mastering Engineer - Guy Berryman, Bass, Composer, Lyricist - Jonny Buckland, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist - Adam Alpert, Executive Producer - Chris Allgood, Assistant Engineer - Alex Pall, Executive Producer - Rik Simpson, Recording Engineer - Owen Butcher, Assistant Engineer - Bill Rahko, Recording Engineer - Aleks von Korff, Assistant Engineer - Daniel Green, Recording Engineer - Tony Smith, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2017 Disruptor Records/Columbia Records

6
My Type
Andrew Taggart
00:03:37

The Chainsmokers, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - Emily Warren, Associated Performer, Composer, Featured Artist, Lyricist, Recording Engineer - The Chainsmokers feat. Emily Warren, Associated Performer - Andrew Taggart, Composer, Drums, Keyboards, Lyricist - Britt Burton, Composer, Lyricist - Jordan "DJ Swivel" Young, Drums, Mixing Engineer, Producer - Adam Catania, Recording Engineer - Philip Leigh, Recording Engineer - Matthew Holmes, Recording Engineer - Chris Gehringer, Mastering Engineer - Adam Alpert, Executive Producer - Alex Pall, Executive Producer

(P) 2017 Disruptor Records/Columbia Records

7
It Won't Kill Ya
Andrew Taggart
00:03:38

The Chainsmokers, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - Louane, Associated Performer, Featured Artist - The Chainsmokers feat. Louane, Associated Performer - Andrew Taggart, Composer, Drums, Keyboards, Lyricist - Sam Martin, Composer, Lyricist - A.S. Govere, Composer, Lyricist - Jordan "DJ Swivel" Young, Co-Producer, Mixing Engineer, Producer, Recording Engineer - Nicole "Coco" Llorens, Assistant Engineer - Chris Gehringer, Mastering Engineer - Adam Alpert, Executive Producer - Alex Pall, Executive Producer

(P) 2017 Disruptor Records/Columbia Records

8
Paris
Andrew Taggart
00:03:42

The Chainsmokers, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - Andrew Taggart, Composer, Drums, Keyboards, Lyricist - Jordan "DJ Swivel" Young, Mixing Engineer, Producer, Programmer, Recording Engineer - Kris Eriksson, Composer, Lyricist - Fredrik Häggstam, Composer, Keyboards, Lyricist - Harry Roberts - Chris Gehringer, Mastering Engineer - Emily Warren - Alex Pall, Executive Producer, Recording Engineer - Adam Alpert, Executive Producer

(P) 2017 Disruptor Records/Columbia Records

9
Honest
Andrew Taggart
00:03:28

The Chainsmokers, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - Andrew Taggart, Composer, Drums, Keyboards, Lyricist - Audra Mae, Composer, Lyricist - Jordan "DJ Swivel" Young, Co-Producer, Drums, Mixing Engineer, Producer, Recording Engineer - Sean Douglas, Composer, Lyricist - Nicole "Coco" Llorens, Assistant Engineer - Chris Gehringer, Mastering Engineer - Adam Alpert, Executive Producer - Alex Pall, Executive Producer

(P) 2017 Disruptor Records/Columbia Records

10
Wake Up Alone
Andrew Taggart
00:03:36

The Chainsmokers, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - Jhené Aiko, Associated Performer, Featured Artist - Andrew Taggart, Composer, Drums, Keyboards, Lyricist - The Chainsmokers feat. Jhené Aiko, Associated Performer - Emily Warren, Composer, Lyricist - Scott Harris, Composer, Lyricist - Jordan "DJ Swivel" Young, Mixing Engineer, Producer, Recording Engineer - Brian Warfield, Recording Engineer - Chris Gehringer, Mastering Engineer - Adam Alpert, Executive Producer - Alex Pall, Executive Producer

(P) 2017 Disruptor Records/Columbia Records

11
Young
Andrew Taggart
00:03:45

The Chainsmokers, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - Andrew Taggart, Composer, Drums, Keyboards, Lyricist - Jordan "DJ Swivel" Young, Co-Producer, Mixing Engineer, Producer, Recording Engineer - Peter Hanna, Composer, Lyricist - Taylor Bird, Composer, Lyricist - Jeremy Most, Guitar - Jonathan Perkins, Strings - Sean Jacobs, Composer, Lyricist - Jordan Young, Composer, Lyricist - Martin Gray, Assistant Engineer - Chris Gehringer, Mastering Engineer - Adam Alpert, Executive Producer - Alex Pall, Executive Producer

(P) 2017 Disruptor Records/Columbia Records

12
Last Day Alive
The Chainsmokers
00:03:34

The Chainsmokers, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - Florida Georgia Line, Associated Performer, Featured Artist - The Chainsmokers feat. Florida Georgia Line, Associated Performer - Andrew Taggart, Composer, Drums, Guitar, Keyboards, Lyricist - Dan Reynolds, Composer, Lyricist - Jordan "DJ Swivel" Young, Mixing Engineer - Ido Zmishlany, Composer, Lyricist - Joey Moi, Producer - Eivind Nordland, Editor - Chris Gehringer, Mastering Engineer - Adam Alpert, Executive Producer - Alex Pall, Executive Producer

(P) 2017 Disruptor Records/Columbia Records

Albumbeschreibung

Memories: Do Not Open, the debut full-length from EDM-lite duo the Chainsmokers, is a calculated dose of millennial escapism that peddles the same sounds as their far more engaging EP work. Following Bouquet and Collage -- home to their megahits "Closer" and "Don't Let Me Down" -- Memories serves as evidence that the Chainsmokers might be better equipped for shorter releases. Even with the help of producer DJ Swivel and guests like Emily Warren, Phoebe Ryan, Florida Georgia Line, and Imagine Dragons' Dan Reynolds, Memories is just not that memorable. Over 12 songs that mostly sound the same with little to differentiate one from another, Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall shill a live-fast-die-young attitude that quickly grows tiresome (if listeners reach penultimate track "Young," where Taggart sings about wrecking a girl's car, almost fighting her father, and sneaking out to bars, the patience will likely have already run out). However, fans are probably not seeking depth and gravitas in a Chainsmokers album. Rather, they can rely on the duo for fleeting feelings of joy and bliss, no matter how overly simplified. The Chainsmokers' typical chords and drops are all present, carrying waves of naïve and sophomoric lyrics that stretch for profundity, like on "Bloodstream" -- one of the many electro ballads on Memories -- where Taggart sings, "I'm fucked up/I'm faded/I'm so complicated." It not only comes off as obnoxious, but the production itself is so similar to "Roses" (and "Closer") that listeners might be hit with an annoying sense of déja vù. There's plenty more MOR EDM to be had on Memories ("My Type," "Honest," and "Don't Say" for starters), but in terms of songs that actually stand out, there are just a few. Singles like "Paris" and the Coldplay duet "Something Just Like This" are undeniably catchy, especially the latter, which is a double-whammy of Coldplay's pure ineffable joy-rock and the Chainsmokers' patented drops. Two other standouts benefit from guest vocalists. On the Sam Martin co-write "It Won't Kill Ya," French singer Louane delivers a soulful and dramatic sequel to Daya's turn on "Don't Let Me Down," while R&B singer Jhené Aiko elevates "Wake Up Alone." This certainly is not one of the worst albums ever recorded; indeed, it has its moments of merit that hit the proper spots and deliver the intended dose of dopamine. However, as a cohesive statement worthy of an album's length of the listener's attention, Memories is lacking. With a pair of strong EPs behind them, the Chainsmokers need further practice before they can prove themselves to be an album act. Only a few songs have the necessary half-life that extends beyond the tracks that follow. On "Wake Up Alone," Aiko asks, "Will you still care in the morning/When the magic's gone?" Until there's more evidence to the contrary, the answer is unfortunately "no."
© Neil Z. Yeung /TiVo

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