RCA Records Label
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1 Daughtry - It's Not Over 3:37 424,659
2 Daughtry - Used To 3:32 166,515
3 Daughtry - Home 4:10 293,219
4 Daughtry - Over You 3:24 336,183
5 Daughtry - Crashed 3:30 173,131
6 Daughtry - Feels Like Tonight 4:00 225,140
7 Daughtry featuring Slash - What I Want 2:48 6,149
8 Daughtry - Breakdown 4:01 134,072
9 Daughtry - Gone 3:21 121,982
10 Daughtry - There and Back Again 3:15 103,777
11 Daughtry - All These Lives 3:23 145,648
12 Daughtry - What About Now 4:10 249,069
13 Daughtry - It's Not Over (Rhapsody Originals (Acoustic)) 3:32 18
13 Daughtry - Sorry 3:42 11,322
13 Daughtry - Breakdown (Napster Live - Acoustic) 4:02 1,526

About this album

Everything that made Chris Daughtry insufferable as a contestant on American Idol — his utter lack of humor, his oppressive earnestness, his desire to sing every song in the same gut-wrenching fashion, a style that only suited the post-grunge brooding that is his chosen specialty — work for him on his post-Idol debut album, Daughtry. Technically, this is not a solo album, it’s the debut of a band called Daughtry, which is actually spelled all in capital letters, which could be seen as a sign that Chris Daughtry might have a bit of a credibility complex. It certainly seems as if he thinks he’ll only be taken seriously as part of a band that, like lots of bands from the grunge revolution, is spelled in a specific, exacting way, even if it means that by the rules of the internet he is, quite literally, shouting at us — which is only appropriate for a singer who is fueled by Fuel and lives by Live. And, let’s face facts, DAUGHTRY was formed by Daughtry not only after his run on American Idol, but after he recorded this debut album: the band is for show, to prove that he’s the real deal, baby, not some pansy TV singer. It’s a posture that’s not only just a teeny bit defensive, but one that’s utterly unnecessary because the album DAUGHTRY is actually very good, whether it’s judged by the standards of American Idol or by the standards of Fuel or Nickelback. Compared to Fuel — the band that invited Daughtry to be their frontman after he was voted off Idol — Daughtry has a lighter touch not just in his delivery but also in his songs, which are far hookier than most post-grunge; and if he’s compared to Nickelback

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