By the time Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson was 23, he had multiple arrests, his family was evicted and his dreams of being a football player were shattered. He was living at home with no future, no direction and had seven bucks in his pocket. That's when he made a choice - to challenge himself every day. And to turn himself around. The rest is history.\ \ And now Rock is returning to his roots - to help those who are struggling - to show them that there can be a better way. From dysfunctional homes and dead-beat dads to runaway teens and businesses struggling to survive, The Rock descends into the chaos of everyday problems to pull good people up by the bootstraps, reminding them what hard work, passion and true discipline can accomplish. It's time for your Wake Up Call.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 60 minutes
Wake Up Call - Wake Up Call (Theory of a Deadman album) - Netflix
Wake Up Call is the sixth studio album by Canadian rock band Theory of a Deadman, released on October 27, 2017, through 604 Records in Canada and Atlantic and Roadrunner Records in the United States. The album has been described as having a more pop-focused sound than previous releases, which was the result of lead singer Tyler Connolly feeling creatively constrained and also learning how to play the piano. Departing from the same recording and production team they had worked with for the past four albums, the band opted to collaborate with Swedish music producer, Martin Terefe, and spent seven weeks at Kensaltown Studios in London. The album was met with mixed reviews from critics. Some praised the lyrical maturity that was lacking in previous albums; others criticized it for the sudden change in genre. Wake Up Call peaked at numbers thirteen and number twenty-four on the Billboard Canadian Albums and US Billboard 200 charts, respectively. Its lead single, “Rx (Medicate)”—a song addressing the opioid epidemic in North America—was released on July 27, 2017, and is the band's third single to top the US Billboard Mainstream Rock chart.
Wake Up Call - Track listing - Netflix
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