|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|
So talented!!! Obsessed! My 7 year old, 4 year old and all my 3rd grade students know my love for Lindsay Stirling! Perfect mix of classy talents with a little club mix! <3
I must say, I'm not a fan-bay. I don't geek out over things. I heard Lindsey was putting out a new album and then she released the Arena video and I was hooked again (I have her other two albums too). When I got the album, I was suprised, not at the amount of pieces that had lyrics and collaboration, but that the songs and instrumentals acutally moved me that way they did. Some made me want to get up and dance while others made me feel sadness. I did not understand why until I went to her concert in Clearwater and learned of her loss in her friend, Gavi (and understood Gavi's song so much more). To those who think she should get back to the instrumentals, I think you are wrong. The collaborative pieces work very well. There is a balance and a story there, if you listen. still, you have the right to your opinion and I would suggest voting with your dollars by buying only the instrumentals. if you do, though, I feel you would be missing out on something special.
Lindsey has so much talent; I love this album, but I wish there wasn't so much singing. I like to hear her instrumental solo pieces, and that is where she really stands out. Besides that, its amazing; I will always support her. Her music is a true out of body experience.
I agree with the many reviews on here and wanted to add one more. Lindsey has amazing talent and it is overshadowed by the vocal tracks. I am glad Lindsey was able to experience this collaboration with other artists, but such work may have been better released to an exclusive fan club instead of the public who expects mostly just Lindsey on her albums. I would *love* to see this album re-released without the vocal tracks. Strip down to completely instrumental (or, at most, two vocal songs... preferably less). Perhaps call the reissue "Silent Enough" :-) Again, I love Lindsey's work and hope her future offerings return to primarily or completely instrumental. Grace be with you.
LOVE THiS ALBUM!
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.
I loooove the song "the pheonix"!!! It's awesome! I love imagining stories to go along with the music! 🐉🐲🐉🐲🐉🐲🐉
Just found out about this girl & I gotta say this album is awesome! Love the violin mixes with dubstep & pop.
I love her sound and style. She is truly talented.
I have followed Lindsey since the beginning and I would say this is my least fav of her albums. I LOVE to hear Lindsey play and I love to move to her music. It truly allows me to relax my emotions and just be me. The vocals have taken away too much from that for me. I will always be a fan, album purchased, but I will still have Crystallize, Transcendence, Shadows and Elements as personal forever favorites. With vocals, rating 3, and without vocals, forever 5
The collaborative vocals were enough to knock my enjoyment of the album from a 5 to a 3. So why the 1 star? This version of the album is missing 4 fantastic and vocal free songs. How do you get those 4 other songs? Buy it at the "correct" store, which is pretty anti-fan. Don't support choping out parts of an album to sell as store exclusives.
I bought this song to support Lindsey as I've been following her for a while now and love her music! However, I will say I was disappointed at the songs with vocals as she no longer seems to be the star in her own album - the vocals overpower her. I feel that the songs are much better as instrumentals. My favorite songs from this album are: Lost Girls, The Arena, Prism, and Gavi's Song. Afterglow is amazing (yes I got the target physical copy)!
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.