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Come What[ever] May

24 July 2006 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 24 July 2006
  • Release Date: 24 July 2006
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • Copyright: 2006 The All Blacks B.V.
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  • Total Length: 49:09
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  • ASIN: B001F4S9U8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,847 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mr. C. J. W. Coomber on 5 Jun 2007
Format: Audio CD
I have loved Stone Sour's work ever since they blew onto the mainstream (so to speak)with their first album in 2002! Their first album showed that Corey Taylor (frontman of Slipknot & Stone Sour)had much more than a glass-shattering scream; he could write and sing beautifully (songs like Bother), play the guitar and hold together a 5-piece band that were soo different from slipknot and in some ways...so much better!

Come what(ever) May (the original version) released Summer 2006 really saw the band come together as one of the best groups in the world at this time! I'm talking not just in the metal, rock, alternative -style world, but in the music world in general! Songs such as "30/30-150", and "Reborn" had the intensity we all know and loved Corey for, and if you wanted to be political; go slam on the track "Come What(ever) May" - one of my personal fave's because it perfectly sum's up the opinion of myself and so many other's i know about the whole Bush (and i like to think) the Blair regime and what they have done! Songs like "Through Glass" and "Zzyxx Rd." re-visit the more gental side to Stone Sour; but again..every song is well written and so beautifully put-together that these songs dont seem out of place at all! In conclusion... Their second album is one of my all time fave's and shud be given 100/10! not just 10/10!

Now we turn it up a notch with their new Special edition "Come What(ever) May" Album. I just got it today and i was totally blown away! 6 BRAND NEW TRACKS, and an entire live gig filmed in Russia October 2006. Ok first things first...the new tracks:

13 - Suffer (9/10) - Wow! for an extra track its something special, heavy with some sweet screams, the music is tight and at times brutal!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Peanut on 13 Aug 2006
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Come What(ever) May shows just how much Stone Sour have matured since there first

self-titled album was realeased. Corey Taylor (Slipknot vocalist for those few who dont know)

shows off his impressive singing while backed up by the formidable duo of James Root

(another Slipknot member) and Josh Rand who are on guitars and a pounding rythem section formed

of bassist Shawn Economaki, and new drummer Roy Mayorga (the old drummer left due to a family member having some type of

illness I believe). Even though Corey will always get the most spotlight as frontman the guitarists deserve

some real recognition here as the dual guitar solos and more complicated riffs show the biggest maturement from the first album.

The most impressive guitar work has to be on the track "Hell & Consequences," where Josh Rand

shows off the diversity of Stone Sour by moving away form the cliched rock solo and going for a more exotic feel.

The lyrics of this album are more mature than that of Slipknot's and arn't jsut random words thrown together to make a song

(please note i am a massive Slipknot fan so no flaming me for saying that). Most of the lyrics to this album are more related to a younger audience

but on the track "Come What(ever) May," there is a very different feel to the lyrics, with a more specific style to the writing and

sounds as if it's an ode to President Bush. Taylor sings, "Can you take away every single day; That we have given to another false prophet,"

and later goes on to sing, "Show your pretty face; hide the bitter taste; You're still the rapist of an entire nation.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By P. Simmonds on 22 Nov 2006
Format: Audio CD
I bought the album after hearing/seeing the video on SCUZZ for 30/30 - 150. After the first play I was absolutely hooked on the album and it has become my firm favourite. To add to this I saw the band live at the Astoria in Nov 06 and they are even better live. Corey Taylor has written some of his best lyrics on this album and as a fan of SLIPLKNOT, I think Stone Sour have a much better sound and rock a lot harder.

If you want a brilliant hard rock album from start to finish, buy this now. You will not be disappointed.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Doran on 13 Dec 2006
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I've had this album a little over a week now and I cant seem to get certain songs out of my head. The obvious one being Through Glass is amazing and just shows the vocal tallent of Corey. Other great songs are Made of Scars, Hell And Consequences, Your God, Sillyworld, Reborn. Infact, this is one of those rare albums that you can actually listen to from start to finish without skiping through the odd song. It also has those tracks on it that you will want to listen to over and over again. All in all this is a great rock album and I would reckomend anyone to buy it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By T. A. Chesworth on 9 Aug 2006
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Come What(ever) May is yet another must-have for Metal fans and may also attract a wider audience due to Corey Taylor's fantastic clean vocals which are heard many times through the album. The heavy tracks such as '30/30-150' will also greatly satisfy the people into heavier types of metal.

The thing I also noticed about this album is that each song has its own unique sound, which is more than can be said for Stone Sour's debut album. Sure, that was a great album, but after a few listens all the songs seemed to sound a bit samey. Not with this album though. Each song is better than the next.

Stand out tracks are:

30/30-150

Come What(ever) May

Sillyworld

Your God

Reborn

Through Glass

There are some points when the lyrics get a bit silly e.g. in the song 'Sillyworld' itself, when Corey says: 'So take those fingers tape 'em up and shove 'em up your ass.' However, lyrics like these do not spoil the album due to its brilliance. Above all, this album brings out Corey's singing ability and shows to everyone that he can do more than scream.

You have not lived if you haven't heard this album. Stone Sour are NOT a Slipknot side project, they are a band whose immense talent should be recognised by more people. They really are fantastic
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