1. Still Got Me 2. Shoot the Moon 3. Hello Goodbye 4. Never Enough 5. You 6. Fly 7. Star-Spangled Banner 8. I Surrender All 9. Throw Your Hands Up '07 10. Fly (Remix)
Community Description What would you expect from a group that burst onto the scene with such pizzazz and triumph but an all-new final release to appease their following?
Aptly titled Hello & Goodbye surrounding the title cut and Beatles' classic re-make, this release coincides with Jump5's U.S. farewell tour that will take them right back to where it all began -- the stage, a place they've called home throughout their teen years.
Known for energetic live shows and undeniable pop hooks, Jump5 was able to find success in both the Christian and mainstream music industries.
Jump5 have had their songs featured in several major motion pictures including Disney's Beauty & The Beast, The Lizzie McGuire Movie, Sleepover, Spy Kids, Ella Enchanted, Ice Princess and Brother Bear, as well as television programs like Kim Possible and Lilo & Stitch, for which they recorded the theme song.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.55" Width: 4.97" Height: 0.54" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Oct 31, 2007
Publisher WORD ACCT# W41160193
ISBN 0012461911 ISBN13 0789042113328 UPC 789042113328
Reviews - What do customers think about Hello & Goodbye?
Great CD! Dec 26, 2007
My daughter is the biggest Jump 5 fan and she just had to have their last CD. She loves the CD, too bad it's their last though.
Perfect ending to a perfect group. Nov 1, 2007
I've been a fan of Jump5 since 2003. I've loved them through the bubblegum years, and the rock-pop years. They are simply awesome. They can pull off pretty much any song with good strong vocals and excellent harmony.
Hello & Goodbye is bittersweet. While I absolutly love the album, it's a constant reminder that they aren't going to be here anymore. But, oh well. Life goes on.
I strongly recommend this cd for any J5 fan and for any fan of addictive rock-pop songs. You won't be disapointed.
Jump 5 Nov 1, 2007
I just love this cd the sound awesome and the songs are the best ever.
Jump5 say hello one last time before they say goodbye to nine years together Oct 22, 2007
What drew me to Hello and Goodbye was Jump5's rendition of The Beatles' classic "Hello Goodbye." It's a fitting choice for a farewell recording from a group that has sold more than 1.4 million units, which includes four studio albums and two gold videos.
Fortunately their breakup won't be providing fodder for the tabloid and rumor mills. Having been together for nine years, the members of the group just felt that it was time to move on. This release and a farewell tour will close this chapter of their lives so that they can go their own ways.
It all makes the inclusion of "Hello Goodbye" so appropriate. Previous group member Libby Hodges joined in on the song to help Jump5 say hello one last time before saying goodbye. It's difficult to improve on a classic, but this is a likeable and admirable version that has the pop edginess that is typical of the group.
This is followed by a beautiful piano-driven "I Surrender All." This song, which is the most moving, is also fitting. As they go forward, it's a way for each member to acknowledge their surrender to the One that has brought them this far. The future is in His hands.
It's a bittersweet recording with other scattered references that reflect on their journey. It has all the energy and playfulness of their past efforts, but it's a little sad knowing that this is their last.
It's somewhat disappointing that this goodbye is so short with only 10 tracks, including two versions of the song "Fly" and an update of a previous song, "Throw Your Hands Up '07."
Despite the brevity of the release, one of the pleasant surprises is an a capella version of the "Star-Spangled Banner," which closes the CD. Fans also have had something to cheer about with the lead single "Shoot the Moon,"--written by the same team that wrote the number one single "I Got Nerve" by Miley Cyrus--playing on Radio Disney.
In the end they are leaving in the same way that they came, with trendy teen pop filled with hopeful, encouraging and God-honoring messages. Say Goodbye to Jump5. May each of them be able to say hello to the new things that God will do in their lives.
Hello/Goodbye Oct 14, 2007
I knew when i saw the title for this cd that this was Jump5's last cd together and while it is a sad event. Its also one that ends on a very good note with a whole set of songs for us to remember them by and hopefully see them perform sometime in the future should they decide to come back together. Its a great purchase and see the groups taking on more responsibilities being Executive Producers of this cd is a huge step and its done very well. Any new or long time J5 fan will get into this cd and love it from the beginning til the end.