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Aftermath of the Lowdown [Digipak]
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Album: Aftermath of the Lowdown [Digipak]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Burn the Candle Down
2)    Every Road Leads Home to You
3)    Taking a Chance on the Wind
4)    Nowadays
5)    Weathering the Storm
6)    Sugar Daddy
7)    I'll Always Walk Beside You
8)    Seven Years Gone
9)    Learning How to Fly with a Broken Wing
10)    You Can Only Get So High
11)    World
 

Album: Aftermath of the Lowdown [Digipak]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Burn the Candle Down
2)    Every Road Leads Home to You
3)    Taking a Chance on the Wind
4)    Nowadays
5)    Weathering the Storm
6)    Sugar Daddy
7)    I'll Always Walk Beside You
8)    Seven Years Gone
9)    Learning How to Fly with a Broken Wing
10)    You Can Only Get So High
11)    World
 
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  • Personnel: Richie Sambora (vocals, guitar); Rusty Anderson (guitar); Matt Rollings (piano, organ); Luke Ebbin (keyboards, programming, background vocals); Roger Joseph Manning, Jr. (keyboards); Aaron Sterling (drums, percussion).
  • Recording information: East West Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Ocean Way Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Sound Factory, Los Angeles, CA; Sunset Sound, Los Angeles, CA; Village Recorder, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Photographer: James Minchin III.
  • With the title of Aftermath of the Lowdown, his first solo album in 14 years, Richie Sambora could very well be referring to a bunch of personal problems that plagued him in the back half of the 2000s. Certainly, there is an element of confession running throughout Aftermath of the Lowdown but what's more striking about this, Sambora's third solo album, is that it is not only emotionally charged but also musically adventurous, the guitarist straying far from Bon Jovi's teased Springsteen tributes. Sambora dabbles in some modern sounds, explicitly evoking Coldplay on "Every Road Leads Home to You," but more often he suggests Bowie by way of Aerosmith, retaining his bloozy leads but indulging in trashy glam stomps as frequently as he shows a fondness for lively pop that's artful and almost a little soulful. After beginning with a deluge of heavy guitars that fall within the realm of expectations, Aftermath of the Lowdown then takes several left turns, so much so that it's never entirely clear what kind of song will follow next. This sense of adventure explains the album's release on Dangerbird Records and it also makes the album something else entirely: a record that firmly establishes Sambora's artistic identity outside of Bon Jovi. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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