It's Not Over (Daughtry song)

It's Not Over (Daughtry song)

Single infobox
Name = It's Not Over


Artist = Daughtry
from Album = Daughtry
B-side =
Released = flagicon|USA November 21, 2006
flagicon|UK August 6, 2007
Format =
Recorded = 2006
Genre = Post-grunge
Length = 3:35
Label = RCA/19 Entertainment
Writer = Mark Wilkerson [ [http://www.silentmajoritygroup.com/index2.php Silent Majority Group ] ]
Producer =
Certification =
Chart position =
* #1 (Canada, Singapore)
* #4 (U.S.):* #1 (Adult Top 40):* #2 (Hot Digital Songs):* #3 (Pop 100):* #5 (Mainstream Rock)
* #8 (New Zealand)
* #16 (UWC)
* #22 (Australia), (Netherlands)
* #43 (Brasil)
* #128 (UK, downloads only)
Lower caption = Deleted UK CD cover
Misc = Extra chronology
Artist = Daughtry
Type = singles
Last single = -
This single = "It's Not Over"
(2006)
Next single = "Home"
(2007)
Extra album cover
Upper caption = Alternate cover
Background = khaki


Lower caption = Deleted UK single cover

"It's Not Over" is the first official single from Daughtry's first album, "Daughtry". The song was used as a teaser to the second season fall finale of "Prison Break". It was certified Platinum in April 2007. As of August 2007 it was in the top ten digital selling songs of the year. [http://www.daughtryofficial.com/node/54119]

Music video

Production and reception

After much speculation on when and even if a video would be released, the video was finally released on AOL on January 10, 2007. [ [http://mp.aol.com/video.index.adp?mxid=1810326&_AOLFORM=w708.h344.p7.R1 http://mp.aol.com/video.index.adp?mxid=1810326&_AOLFORM=w708.h344.p7.R1] "mp.aol.com" ] The video was co-directed by Dean Karr and Jay Martin (Karr directed the performance scenes while Martin did the narrative scenes).

The video debuted at #1 on VH1's VSpot Top 20 Countdown the first week it was eligible for voting. It remained #1 on the countdown for four weeks until it dropped down to the #2 position and was replaced by Blue October's "Into the Ocean". However, the following week it reclaimed the #1 spot again. It spent 14 weeks on the countdown (9 of them at #1) before the video became ineligible for voting due to the band's new video for "Home."

Plot

It begins with a man lying in bed while he has a flashback of himself gathering his personal effects upon release from prison. A woman is then shown picking him up after his release; they hug and hold hands along the way. After a time they stop at a store. While he is inside, she has a flashback to when she first heard the news of his arrest, and we see that she was pregnant at the time. The man gets back in the car with a stuffed rabbit. They then arrive at the woman's home, and there is a young girl inside, presumably the couple's daughter. The woman is seen explaining something to the girl while the man waits outside. He then enters and gives the toy to his daughter that he has never met before. After a reluctant moment, the two hug.

The video cuts back to the couple lying in bed, and they seem to be distant; when he attempts to touch her, she pulls away. Intercut with this scene is the man looking for a job, which proves to be unsuccessful. He walks by and enters several stores, none of which are hiring. He passes a jewelry store, and all the recent positive events flash before him: his release, his daughter, and a rosary. He then notices a "Help Wanted" sign and inquires inside the garage; he gets the job as a car mechanic. He again passes the jewelry store, and sees brief flashes of the couple making love, his booking photos and a cross. He is then seen working in the shop, apparently now employed. One night, as his girlfriend waits for him — visibly upset — he is shown entering the jewelry store. When he finally arrives home, his girlfriend opens the door wondering where he's been, he drops to one knee and presents the ring; the girlfriend is overjoyed, and the video ends with the two embracing.

Intercut throughout the video are scenes with scenes of the band playing the song in an immaculate looking grand room, it is of the main atrium of the Hall of Records in New York.

Reception

Critical

Most critics found "It's Not Over" to be catchy and a solid first single. "Billboard" magazine called "It's Not Over" a "tight, focused and ready to rock your face off" single that "overflows with harmonies and axe leads that suck you in out of the box." [M. B. (December 2, 2006) [http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=afh&AN=23314070&loginpage=login.asp&site=ehost-live "It's Not Over"] . "Billboard". 118 (48):46] "Entertainment Weekly" found the song "ridiculously catchy". [Gundersen, Edna (March 21, 2007), [http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=afh&AN=J0E383220780607&loginpage=login.asp&site=ehost-live "It's just beginning for Chris Daughtry"] . "USA Today".:1d] Daniel Wolfe of About.com said the band does "a great job of telling the story of a relationship gone wrong," ultimately giving the song three and a half out of five stars. [Wolfe, Daniel (2006). [http://top40.about.com/od/singles/gr/daughtryover.htm "Daughtry - It's Not Over"] About.com. Retrieved September 20, 2007] There has been some talk of the single's similarity to the Fuel's song, "Hemorrhage (In My Hands)", which Chris Daughtry performed on "American Idol".Fact|date=December 2007

On December 6, 2007, the song was nominated for Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals for the 50th Annual Grammy Awards.

Commercial

The single debuted fairly high on the Billboard Hot 100 at #65 in late November 2006, [Jonathan Cohen, [http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003466301 "'Smack' Attack: Akon Adds More No. 1s To His Arsenal"] , Billboard.com, November 30, 2006.] partly due to the song already reaching the top 40 on iTunes. It has since gone on to become a top 5 single for the band, peaking at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100. [Katie Hasty, [http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003540636 "Beyonce Stays Ahead Of Fall Out Boy Atop Hot 100"] , Billboard.com, February 1, 2007.] It has also become a #1 single for the band on the Adult Top 40 chart and on the American Top 40 countdown.

On the international scene, the song, along with the album, appeared in the New Zealand RIANZ Top 40 Charts, the song debuting at number 38 on the Singles Chart, and the album debuting at number 17 on the Album Chart. [ [http://www.rianz.org.nz/rianz/chart.asp http://www.rianz.org.nz/rianz/chart.asp] "Rianz.orf.nz" ] ' The single made the top 10 in New Zealand. The single was to be released in the UK on August 6, 2007, but was deleted at the last minute. [ [http://www.newzline.com/2007/06/15/americas-newest-export-draughty-to-play-london-show/ America’s biggest selling band ‘Draughty’ to play London show : Celebrity News and Gossip ] ] In the Philippines, the single placed number 2 in the 2007 Magic 89.9 Yearender Countdown after spending more than a month at the top spot in the weekly countdown, behind Elliot Yamin's Wait For You.

In the August 2007 issue of Guitar World magazine, a full transcription as well as pedal settings was featured for this song. The pedal settings, for the BOSS CE-5 Chorus Ensemble, ML-2 Metal Core & CS-3 Compression/Sustainer, allow readers to get the actual sound of the song as it appears on the Daughtry record.

According to Wal-Mart & Billboard.com, This is the most successful single from Any American Idol contestant in history, Selling over 3 Million Singles.

Chart performance

Track listing

#It's Not Over (Album Version)
#Crashed (Acoustic)

References

External links

* [http://www.bossus.com/go/tone/2007-08.html the settings & direction to achieve the recorded sound of 'It's Not Over']


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