Download The Rebirth Of Coolby Various Artists
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|01. I've Lost My Ignorance (and Don't Know Where To Find It)||4:16||-||31.13||Download|
|02. Raise The Flag||4:00||-||26.04||Download|
|03. Senga Abele (Lion Roar)||7:13||-||52.26||Download|
|04. Cool and Funky||4:59||-||37.3||Download|
|05. I Should've Known Better||5:03||-||36.37||Download|
|06. Welcome To The Story||7:18||-||50.5||Download|
|08. Try My Love||4:45||-||31.44||Download|
|09. Kickin' Jazz||5:10||-||35.1||Download|
|10. Step Right On||3:53||-||25.71||Download|
|11. Joe's Jam||5:57||-||41.44||Download|
|12. Witness The Drift||4:43||-||35.4||Download|
|13. I Come Off||6:29||-||44.84||Download|
|14. The Slow Jam||6:14||-||43.92||Download|
Seven years into its run and American Idol has finally produced a winner who can hold his own and work with his own Idols. This says more about David Cook, grand champion of season seven, than it does of the franchise itself: AmIdol suffered a significant ratings slowdown during its no-drama seventh season and, despite the megastardom of Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, Carrie Underwood, and Chris Daughtry, major-league stars only saw the show as a way to hock a new album. Fortunately, major-league stars hold no fascination for David Cook. As he proved time and time again on the show, Cook's greatest wish was to be an American Our Lady Peace, a hurdle that's not exactly hard to clear. This low ambition works in Cook's favor on his eponymous major-label debut as it gives him a goal that's achievable -- plus, it's been so long that this sound has been in fashion that his heroes are waiting in the wings, eager to contribute to a project that may just raise their own profile. Foremost among these is Cook's biggest idol, Raine Maida of Our Lady Peace, who co-wrote three songs, but he's not alone: Zac Maloy of the Nixons has three songs, while Kevin Griffin of Better Than Ezra assists on "Avalanche," forgotten neo-grungesters Injected rev up the record with the hardest-rocking (and best) song in "Bar-ba-sol," and Johnny Rzeznik of the Goo Goo Dolls, no stranger to reality TV himself, gets a credit on "Declaration." It's a virtual parade of second and third stringers from the late '90s, all led by Chris Cornell, who continues his slow march into alt-rock anonymity here with "Light On," a perfectly fine bland power ballad that strangely finds the Soundgarden singer trying to write like those who followed in his footsteps.