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Hanson 6/8/2010

Review

Back when “Mmm-Bop” mania swept through the land, Hanson were often praised for their deep roots in oldies, their sense of songcraft catapulting them beyond mere teeny bop sensations. As they got older, the craft naturally deepened at the expense of enthusiasm -- it’s part and parcel of growing older -- but they retained a sense of spunk, enough to give such latter-day records as The Walk a bit of juice. Contrary to its exuberant title, 2010’s Shout It Out doesn’t reverse this trend. Here, Hanson take their cues from the late-‘80s records of Steve Winwood and Billy Joel, and wind up with an album that has the punch of Roll with It and the flash of The Bridge. Craftsmen that they are, Hanson are sharp enough to keep things tight, the songs and the album itself never lasting any longer than necessary, and the music is finely honed. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Waiting for This Hanson 3:17
  3. 2 Thinkin' 'Bout Somethin' Hanson 3:45
  4. 3 Kiss Me When You Come Home Hanson 3:38
  5. 4 Carry You There Hanson 4:32
  6. 5 Give a Little Hanson 3:46
  7. 6 Make It Out Alive Hanson 4:34
  8. 7 And I Waited Hanson 4:1
  9. 8 Use Me Up Hanson 4:4
  10. 9 These Walls Hanson 3:57
  11. 10 Musical Ride Hanson 3:48
  12. 11 Voice in the Chorus Hanson 4:38
  13. 12 Me Myself and I Hanson 5:30

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