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November 22, 2011
Pop/Rock, Post-Grunge, Pop Idol

Album Review

On the verge of succumbing completely to workingman's boredom on their 2009’s sophomore set Leave This Town, DAUGHTRY snap back to life with 2011’s Break the Spell. Working once again with producer Howard Benson, a collaborator since the early days when it wasn’t clear whether Chris Daughtry’s charms would translate outside of American Idol, DAUGHTRY add color back into their desaturated post-grunge, embracing their lineage as radio-ready rockers. It’s as if DAUGHTRY believe they’ve earned their rock & roll stripes so they no longer need to prove that they’re for real -- they can just ease into the role of sugary arena rockers that they’ve always been destined to be.
Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Renegade
  2. Crawling Back to You
  3. Outta My Head
  4. Start of Something Good
  5. Crazy
  6. Break the Spell
  7. We're Not Gonna Fall
  8. Gone Too Soon
  9. Losing My Mind
  10. Rescue Me
  11. Louder Than Ever
  12. Spaceship
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