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Infest

4 Feb 2001 | Format: MP3

4.99 (VAT included if applicable)
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  • Label: Polydor Associated Labels
  • Copyright: (C) 2000 SKG Music L.L.C.
  • Record Company Required Metadata: Music file metadata contains unique purchase identifier. Learn more.
  • Total Length: 52:36
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  • ASIN: B001KU01TO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,245 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 11 Oct 2001
Format: Audio CD
This album by the tremendously talented lads in 'Papa Roach' is one of the best, meaningful and fun albums EVER made. 2 cd's of raw fun! The first being the actual 'Infest' album with elleven cool tracks and one secret. The second CD has the two non-album bonus tracks, 2 CD-Rom videos and the pick of the Infest tracks.
The Infest album captivates attention from the start with the spectacular Infest it heads off with flying colours. The best tracks are: Broken Home, Last Resort, Infest, Snakes,Between angels and insects, Thrown away and the secret track tight rope. Last Resort has punchy, cool rap lyrics sompotent drum work and sirening cool guitar riffs. The excellent Guitar riff work on 'Tightrope' and 'Broken Home' are second only to R.A.T.M's Tom Morello. The disc also looks cool with shiny logo and symbol. Snakes is made extra fun by wicked Turntable scratches which highlight and improve the work.
The 2nd disc, titled: 'Between Angels and Insects' is just as good. 'Legacy' is a cool track. And the video for Broken Home is up there with the best of them, Last Resort video is also good but extensive editing makes it almost comedic. Throughout both Discs Coby keeps up a well-spoken, thought inducing, meaningful andf well-thought out set of lyrics which will inthralln you completley.
Also, the best thing about 'Papa Roach' is Tobins confident, unashamed Bass work. The best I've heard with cool supporting riffs, Dave's drum work is also excelent fast-paced and stylised with some nice beats.
All in all a great Album!
BUY!
Great price as well!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 15 Feb 2001
Format: Audio CD
Imagine, if you will, the torments and anguish of modern America, personified into some of the best rock anthems you have heard. Then imagine, tuneful melodies combined with skillful guitar solos. Imagine a soothing reaggae number as a bonus track. WELL STOP IMAGINING. Papa Roach's Infest is all these things and more. By far one of the best albums I have ever bought, especially for a debut, the band bring the sure fire hits of Last Resort and Broken Home to you with the amazingly catchy Blood Brothers from Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2. If you want a CD that will make you mosh and headbang one minute, attmpt to match Coby Dicks voice the second, and finally relax to a tuneful reggae number the third, then Infest is the album for you. There is not one song that is sub standard on the entire album, and just when you think it cant get much better, the penultimate song Binge shatters all of your preconcepted ideas. A fanstastic album, and a fantastic group. Ladies and Gentleman, Papa Roach have arrived. Buy this album, and youll see why.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By jamiemail@another.com on 14 July 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is definitely the pick of the "Infest" versions here. It has the Australian bonus disc which contains: 1) Between Angels And Insects - 2) Last Resort. (both great tracks, lyrically meaningful, power songs!) That could be said of most of the "Infest" album though. 3) Dead Cell (Live). Full blast, grows on you, sort of thrash metal rap track. 4) Legacy (non album track). Fits in well here. Meaty, beaty rap. Could've been a chart single anthem for them (although a bit short). The CDROM videos on this disc are: Broken Home + Last Resort. (viewable as full screen or small window). Broken Home another lyrically serious song. Can't escape the reality. The CD album is the same as the non enhanced UK version (as the enhanced stuff is on the bonus disc here), but with the hidden track "Tightrope" which plays as track 11 ends. So it has 12 tracks. Infest is an album full of rockin', beauty, rappin', meaty, riffin', beaty, meaningful metal music. This is the spread of "Infest".
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 1 Jan 2001
Format: Audio CD
I am not going to say that this album is life changing coz it is not. One thing that it is and that is that you can relate to it and I was very supprised at this. I have never heard of papa roach until a week ago and after seeing their music on Mtv2 it was love at first sight.'Last resort' is still my favorite track and I have had the entire street listening to its teeney lyrics. Very much like Limp Bizkit but in its own right different in the fact that what they play is more than just noise and primal screams. I love limp bizkits latest album but it was just too angry in a school pupil rebellion sort of way, which is a shame. However 'infest' althought living in the shadows does incorporate hints of rebellion that attracts teenagers, but it does also have the lyrical content to be recognised as music that has been thought out. At first I was amazed by its style and I was just mumbleing along with the words and then one day on the bus they hit me and they touched me. I was almost crying on the bus as I could hear words that are too similar, words that everyone says. However I was disturbed by some of the lyrics as I felt let down that they couldn't continue the class all the way throught. I think that the major let down was'Blood Brothers' as it just contains words that any one could be saying it is so obvious that no thought to add their own mark on these 'boring' lyrics was a shame. I would like to say that these people are talented and that I enjoyed the fact they branched out into hip-hop and almost reggae. I have never regreatted buying this album. Nomatter where and how you listen to it, the music will always be great. I have enjoyed listening to it in public as 'Last resort' always gets the bus looking at you and when 'Broken Home' comes on after it you will be hated by the elders and respected by the younger ones as it is a statement that has to be made. They are here and althought being tainted with the Limp Bizkit brush they are fresh.
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