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2019年01月18日

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19075930162

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ザ・チェインスモーカーズ 2018年にリリースした新曲10曲を全て収録したアルバム『Sick Boy』が完成!そして2019年へ!
全世界でのトータル楽曲再生数140億回、ビデオ再生数80億回、ダウンロードは2,000万を突破し、日本のみでも1億5,000万回以上の再生されるなど、今や世界を代表するヒットメイカーへとのぼりつめたザ・チェインスモーカーズ。2017年4月に、それ以前にリリースしたシングル以外の楽曲が大半をしめた初のフル・アルバム『メモリーズ...ドゥー・ノット・オープン』を発表した彼らが、2018年に入るとその逆をいくように1月から4月まで4か月連続、そして7月から12月まで6か月連続でシングルをリリース。そうして2018年1年をかけて積み重ねた楽曲10曲を全て収録したアルバム『Sick Boy』を完成させた。10か月に分けてリリースした様々なタイプの楽曲ながら、1曲目から10曲目までを通じて<アルバム>としての完成度が非常に高い作品となった。ザ・チェインスモーカーズが、2019年の次なるチャプターに向かう。
発売・販売元 提供資料 (2018/12/21)
Compared to their 2017 official debut, the Chainsmokers' sophomore album, Sick Boy, is more introspective, thoughtful, and emotional. It's also a vast improvement on the often precious (and, frankly, boring) EDM-pop of Memories...Do Not Open. For Sick Boy -- which was slowly rolled out in monthly installments throughout 2018 -- the duo of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart digs a little deeper, addressing their post-breakthrough critical and popular backlash and delivering something akin to substance. Everything is relative here, so while they're trying harder and shooting for more artistry, listeners should not expect Jon Hopkins or SOPHIE. Instead, consider this the Chainsmokers' attempt at emo-EDM. Hitting those self-pitying notes on contemplative moments such as "Somebody" with Drew Love, "Sick Boy" (which is unlike anything in their prior catalog), and the confessional "Everybody Hates Me," Taggart flexes his lyrical muscle and laments with clunky but vulnerable lyrics like "I'm so defeated/I just want this shit to end." Elsewhere, fans of indie pop acts such as Lauv, LANY, and the 1975 should find kindred appeal here, especially on pop-friendly highlights like "This Feeling" with Kelsea Ballerini and the delicately bright "Hope" with Winona Oak. For those in search of something heavier, the Chainsmokers deliver a pair of cacophonous floor-shakers with "Siren" and "Save Yourself," which include crashing dubstep drops and sonic stabs fit for dancefloor mosh pits. Finally, album standout "Side Effects" with frequent collaborator and co-writer Emily Warren is the deep soul of the album and also its best track. At the heart of it all, this set is dark, sometimes exciting, and a step in the right direction for the immensely popular but critically maligned duo. World-weariness and a troubled heart suit them well and managed to do some good on Sick Boy. ~ Neil Z. Yeung|
Rovi
Compared to their 2017 official debut, the Chainsmokers' sophomore album, Sick Boy, is more introspective, thoughtful, and emotional. It's also a vast improvement on the often precious (and, frankly, boring) EDM-pop of Memories...Do Not Open. For Sick Boy -- which was slowly rolled out in monthly installments throughout 2018 -- the duo of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart digs a little deeper, addressing their post-breakthrough critical and popular backlash and delivering something akin to substance. Everything is relative here, so while they're trying harder and shooting for more artistry, listeners should not expect Jon Hopkins or SOPHIE. Instead, consider this the Chainsmokers' attempt at emo-EDM. Hitting those self-pitying notes on contemplative moments such as "Somebody" with Drew Love, "Sick Boy" (which is unlike anything in their prior catalog), and the confessional "Everybody Hates Me," Taggart flexes his lyrical muscle and laments with clunky but vulnerable lyrics like "I'm so defeated/I just want this shit to end." Elsewhere, fans of indie pop acts such as Lauv, LANY, and the 1975 should find kindred appeal here, especially on pop-friendly highlights like "This Feeling" with Kelsea Ballerini and the delicately bright "Hope" with Winona Oak. For those in search of something heavier, the Chainsmokers deliver a pair of cacophonous floor-shakers with "Siren" and "Save Yourself," which include crashing dubstep drops and sonic stabs fit for dancefloor mosh pits. Finally, album standout "Side Effects" with frequent collaborator and co-writer Emily Warren is the deep soul of the album and also its best track. At the heart of it all, this set is dark, sometimes exciting, and a step in the right direction for the immensely popular but critically maligned duo. World-weariness and a troubled heart suit them well and managed to do some good on Sick Boy. ~ Neil Z. Yeung
Rovi
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構成数 | 1枚

合計収録時間 | 00:32:46

Compared to their 2017 official debut, the Chainsmokers' sophomore album, Sick Boy, is more introspective, thoughtful, and emotional. It's also a vast improvement on the often precious (and, frankly, boring) EDM-pop of Memories...Do Not Open. For Sick Boy -- which was slowly rolled out in monthly installments throughout 2018 -- the duo of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart digs a little deeper, addressing their post-breakthrough critical and popular backlash and delivering something akin to substance. Everything is relative here, so while they're trying harder and shooting for more artistry, listeners should not expect Jon Hopkins or SOPHIE. Instead, consider this the Chainsmokers' attempt at emo-EDM. Hitting those self-pitying notes on contemplative moments such as "Somebody" with Drew Love, "Sick Boy" (which is unlike anything in their prior catalog), and the confessional "Everybody Hates Me," Taggart flexes his lyrical muscle and laments with clunky but vulnerable lyrics like "I'm so defeated/I just want this shit to end." Elsewhere, fans of indie pop acts such as Lauv, LANY, and the 1975 should find kindred appeal here, especially on pop-friendly highlights like "This Feeling" with Kelsea Ballerini and the delicately bright "Hope" with Winona Oak. For those in search of something heavier, the Chainsmokers deliver a pair of cacophonous floor-shakers with "Siren" and "Save Yourself," which include crashing dubstep drops and sonic stabs fit for dancefloor mosh pits. Finally, album standout "Side Effects" with frequent collaborator and co-writer Emily Warren is the deep soul of the album and also its best track. At the heart of it all, this set is dark, sometimes exciting, and a step in the right direction for the immensely popular but critically maligned duo. World-weariness and a troubled heart suit them well and managed to do some good on Sick Boy. ~ Neil Z. Yeung

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  • 2018年に年間通してリリースしてきた10曲のシングルをコンパイルした2作目のフル・アルバム。幾重にも重なるシンセが織り成す美しいメロディーと、そこにメンバーのドリューと客演陣とのヴォーカルが絡んで生み出すサウンドは一聴して彼らとわかるオリジナリティー。カントリー界からケルシー・バレリーニを迎えた"This Feeling"をはじめ、全編聴き応えのあるポップ・アルバムに仕上がっています。
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    タワーレコード (vol.422(2019年1月25日発行号)掲載)

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投稿日:2020/04/27

すべてがハイセンス。完全に「チェインスモーカーズ」の音を確立させているどれもが美しくて聴きごたえありです。

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投稿日:2020/04/20

アルバムからシングルをカットするのではなく、1年間にシングルを10枚リリースし、それらをまとめてアルバムにするという手法を試みた画期的な一枚は配信/サブスク全盛の今の時代に彼らだからこそなし得た所業。もはや〈チェインスモーカーズ節〉ともいえるお馴染みのアレンジで安定の内容です。

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