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In February of 1995, after being behind the drums for more than 23 years, Sully Erna decided to start a new band. It was only a matter of time before he realized he needed to take charge and step out from behind the kit to front the band himself.

One year and a couple of member changes later Godsmack was born. Sully Erna, Robbie Merrill and Tony Rombola hit the ... Read more in Amazon's Godsmack Store

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  • Audio CD (2 Aug 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Spinefarm Records
  • ASIN: B00000ADJW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,194 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Moon Baby
2. Whatever
3. Keep Away
4. Time Bomb
5. Bad Religion
6. Immune
7. Someone In London
8. Get Up, Get Out!
9. Now Or Never
10. Stress
11. Situation
12. Voodoo

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1 x CD Album, Repress
Europe

1Moon Baby4:23
2Whatever3:26
3Keep Away4:50
4Time Bomb3:59
5Bad Religion3:13
6Immune4:50
7Someone In London2:03
8Get Up, Get Out!3:29
9Now Or Never5:06
10Stress5:03
11Situation5:47
12aVoodoo4:39
12bUntitled2:20

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In a post-Seattle Sound rock world, there's still a hunger for music that's dark, dirge-like, and heavy. And the void left by Soundgarden and company is being filled by a spate of bands, including Boston's Godsmack, who even nicked their name from an Alice in Chains song. Like Creed and Days of the New, Godsmack are raging and disenfranchised, as singer Sully Erna's lyrics illustrate: "I am in a living hell / Makes me wonder if I'm alive" or "You're pathetic in your own way / I don't like you anyway." Though the territory being mined isn't new, Godsmack's grungy grooves, potent energy, and strong hooks are irresistible. With a dash of Tool and a smattering of Filter seeping through, Godsmack are on the money, especially on "Whatever", the tantalizing "Get Up, Get Out!", and the strident and syncopated "Bad Religion," on which Erna puts one in mind of James Hetfield. While Godsmack's approach may not be fresh, the foursome's strong songs and powerful energy are still intensely tasty--especially for those with a taste for songs on the sober--but never staid--side. --Katherine Turman

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Format: Audio CD
the world of music was being over run with nu metal at the time of this albums release, so it makes perfect sense that a return to something different but safe was optioned by the record company. as here we have a very talented bunch of men, who sound like alice in chains covering metallica songs.

which personally i am very happy with as they are two of my favourite bands and these boys have twisted the sounds of these two bands ever so slightly by blending them together, the pained layne stayleyesque howl of sully erna lends itself so perfectly to the bastardised metallica rifs that the band are playing behind him.

despite(or because of) the abundant lack of originality this album is very easy to listen to and very enjoyable to listen to. there are very few debut albums where you get to track 6 or 7 without thinking about the skip button, but that happens here.

with the album opening so strongly with songs like whatever,moon baby and keep away its no small wonder that eventually a filler song might rear its head, but this is a very consistant and very solid start from a band that would take the thrones away from both of the other bands mentioned in this review with far superior follow up releases.

this is definately worth checking out but i would say get "faceless" first then either of this or "awake", whichever is cheapest at the time.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 10 Feb 2000
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A great album which must be heard. don't believe the magazines, this is great. maybe a little unoriginal, strong alice in chains and metallica influence, but is very enjoyable and powerful. check out "whatever" and " get up , get out" for proof.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 12 May 2001
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This is a great debut album from Godsmack, and well worth your money if you are a fan of metal. Sully Erna's deep, threatening vocals add to the brilliant guitar in the background. One downfall of the album is the repitiveness of the lyrics, with the main theme being "<something> away". This is but a minor glitch on an otherwise brilliant album. Particular note must be made of Voodoo, which is an excellent end to this fine album. The tribal drums and chanting vocals are somewhat at a slower pace to the rest of the CD, but are strangely mesmorising, hinting at Sully Erna's Wiccan practises...
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This is a great album that i bought after buying their 'oracle' album.
Would highly recommend this to anyone in the gym.
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By Gina Palmer on 28 Nov 2013
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just awesome Godsmack are the finest musicians and the lyrics are always very emotive.Would happily recomend it for anyone of any taste
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