|1||Lost Girls||Lindsey Stirling||4:35||USD 1.29|
|2||Brave Enough (feat. Christina||Lindsey Stirling||4:23||USD 1.29|
|3||The Arena||Lindsey Stirling||3:52||USD 1.29|
|4||The Phoenix||Lindsey Stirling||4:04||USD 1.29|
|5||Where Do We Go (feat. Carah Fa||Lindsey Stirling||4:15||USD 1.29|
|6||Those Days (feat. Dan + Shay)||Lindsey Stirling||3:46||USD 1.29|
|7||Prism||Lindsey Stirling||3:32||USD 1.29|
|8||Hold My Heart (feat. ZZ Ward)||Lindsey Stirling||3:29||USD 1.29|
|9||Mirage (feat. Raja Kumari)||Lindsey Stirling||4:22||USD 1.29|
|10||Don't Let This Feeling Fade (f||Lindsey Stirling||3:36||USD 1.29|
|11||First Light||Lindsey Stirling||3:23||USD 1.29|
|12||Love's Just a Feeling (feat. R||Lindsey Stirling||3:49||USD 1.29|
|13||Something Wild (feat. Andrew M||Lindsey Stirling||3:44||USD 1.29|
|14||Gavi's Song||Lindsey Stirling||4:32||USD 1.29|
It took me some time to warm up to this album - I prefer Lindsey's strictly instrumental tracks - but after listening to it a couple times, I came around to really liking it. Lindsey shows that she can compose and perform music for a variety of genres, and this album really shows off her broad range of talent. I enjoyed seeing her dive into a bunch of different styles - it produced an album full of good songs.
This girl could smash her violin into a microphone and people would buy it...well I'm not sold...
Usually I give super long and detailed reviews, but I can review this in 4 words: Violin + Dance Music = AWESOMENESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜
To many colaborations, I'm a metalhead but love some Apocalyptica and some of Escala with a healthy dose of Lindsey Stirling but more than half of this album is some schlub singing a hiphop/rap song that musically are meh but lyrically are trash, it doesnt even seem like it's a lindsey Stirling song but more like she is just there backing up the singer instead of the other way around. I do understand that an artist needs to grow and expirment some but to deviate sooo far from what has made you a huge success is just plain foolish, I mean you don't exactly see Lamb of God trying a barber shop quortet album do you? The songs that are just instrumental are still awesome, just wish there was more of them.
Those Days and The Arena are my favorite songs on the album.
Brave Enough is my favorite song
Lindsey has really outdone herself with this! I love every song!
I love this album and Linsey is so good at what she does I have never seen any one that does that she does and someone who plays the violin and her music is so meaningful and sounds amazing
I preordered this album expecting greatness and I wasn't disappointed. I went to her concert in Seattle a few days ago, it was her best that she has produced. In fact, of all the concerts I've attended since 1972, hers is the most entertaining. Brace Enough is full of varied tunes she collaborated on with great vocalist. When you listen to Hold My Heart, my favorite, you'll understand just how special Lindsey is as an artist/songwriter. That song's lyrics blow me away every time I hear it. Search YouTube videos to get an idea of what her concerts are about. You'll find she gives to her fan her all. This album, like the others, is a must-have for your music collection. You won't be disappointed.
Beautiful album. The final track gets me in the heart each time (although what's with the vocal track of someone talking right in the last few seconds? Is it that it ends with her playing live and it's a viewer on the street?) I'm not too fond of this album having so many vocal tracks. Some of them are really beautiful but I'd really much rather hear more of just Lindsey. That's just my personal preference, though. Awesome work, Lindsey. You've done it again. <3
Lindsey is a very talented. But she seems to be getting away from that and infusing her work with more "pop" which, in my opinion, is a bad thing. Her creativity and talent alone make for very powerful music. But it feels to me that once she begins collaborating with other artists and changing her style, it just feels like she's trying too hard at that point. I believe she'd be best served as a classical artist. When done right (The Arena), Lindsey is outstanding and her music stands out from the crowd.
Amazing! Love Lindsey's music!
This album seems to depart from the style of its predecessors. It's significantly more pop-esque. The vocal guest artists also add their own touch of color to "Brave Enough". Some fans may be irked by such a change in style, but Artists who experiment and change their sound often strike oil.
When I saw how many vocals there were I was very hesitant, and even after listening to the full album the very first time, I thought it was off. But the second time around I fell in love (not sure how that works)! And it's true, if you're a fan of Lindsey and not just of her music, then you will love this! She reinvents herself in this album and you can hear how her sound has grown from the first album. The vocals compliment her playing in most of the songs, and even in the ones where she's a bit overshadowed, I still loved the songs because let's be honest, I just love music period so I don't try to have any expectations. But this really is the most polished and diverse album out of the three, even if the first one will always have the #1 spot in my heart. There's something for everyone here and it's great for ecclectic tastes.
I think the additional vocals were a great move! My fiancé always complained about me listening to "Shatter Me" because she loved the music, but wanted to sing along. "Brave Enough" gives her this opportunity! See? More vocals gives Lindsey a chance share her gift with a wider audience! I hope it works. This young lady is an amazing artist with a remarkable set of talents. Bravo, Lindsey!
I've been a fan of Lindsey's for years now and everytime a new video goes up on her youtube channel or a new song (or in this case album) becomes available for download on iTunes, I have high expectations. Not because I'm that way generally speaking but because I know how talented Lindsey Stirling is. You never cease to amaze me girl! This album surpassed those expectations and I've been listening to it constantly since it released and my pre-order came in! I wanted to wait to make this review until I had done so and now I have. Highly recommend it :D
I think this album was very well crafted and produced by Lindsey. I do have to agree with others in the sense that I didn't like the amount of vocalists in this album. I fell in love with the violin, not the voices. Nonetheless, it was a beautiful album and I'm excited for the next one!
I just found you on iTunes. When I saw you coordinated with Lecrae I lost it. Amazing style and great music. The Celtic dupstep + Rap sets it off. Bravo
I have seen her three or four times in concert. She has always added or changed something and makes the show even better. She also has had some great artists help her with some of her music, and I have become fans of their music. Dia Frampton, Lzzy Hale, and now Carah Faye. Check out her videos, they are not for sale, but can be seen on Youtube. Nice work Lindsey!