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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Interscope
  • ASIN: B001PXYHE6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 90,991 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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titolo-metamorphosisartista-papa roach etichetta-geffen recordsn. dischi1data27 marzo 2009supportocd audiogenerehard rock e metal-brani----1.days of war 2.change or die 3.hollywood whore 4.i almost told you that i loved you 5.lifeline 6.had enough 7.live this down 8.march out of the darkness 9.into the light 10.carry me 11.nights of love 12.state of emergency

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Following on from the superb 'The Paramour Sessions' Papa Roach released this album a few years later that is full of high energy rock songs that this listener very much enjoyed!

The album opens with the instrumental 'Days of War' and then explodes into life with 'Change or Die', a good rock track. Then follows the three singles released from the album, the catchy 'Hollywood whore', the party rocker 'I almost told you that I loved you' (these tracks have an old school 80s rock feel to them) and the uplifting 'Lifeline'. All good tracks but not my favourites on the album.

This listeners favourite tracks includes the superb 'Into the Light' (which follows nicely on from the superb 'March out of the darkness') that is worth buying this album for alone. It's a fantastic song with a great hard rocking riff, good melody and some of the best vocals that Jacoby Shaddix has ever laid down. It could be a contender for my favourite ever Roach song! 'Nights of love' is another good ballad that also has an old school rock feel to it. The anthemic 'Had enough' is also superb with an anti-war message that appeals to my libertarian heart (isn't it about time that nations stopped going to war). The album closes with the aching 'State of emergency' where Jacoby lays his heart out as he laments about the battles that he has with his demons with lyrics like: "This is a state of emergency, Don't want to be another casualty, There's a cemetary in my head and I don't want to be left for dead".

One just hopes that Jacoby eventually beats the demons in his head and that together with his band mates continues to evolve and bring us great music for many years yet!

So, if anyone likes anthemic rock music done with great riffs, great melody and catchy choruses buy this album! I am still not sure it's Roaches best album though (for me its between their nu-metal debut Infest or the sublime Paramour Sessions) but it's definately up there as one of their best!
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By fran on 6 April 2014
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I really like this album, songs with a lot of punch and guitar and very melodic at the same time, for me their best.
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By serious metal fan on 26 Sept. 2009
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Papa Roach is a great band and they just get better and better, this is a great CD ..buy it you won"t be sorry
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
There's something missing... 13 July 2009
By MightyMongrel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
About 2 1/2 years later, P-Roach is back with yet another album. Putting aside the ridiculous cover at first glance and giving the new tunes a try, what kind of impression do they make...?

Hearing the first single "Hollywood Whore", I thought maybe Jacoby and crew had returned with some of the edge they had on earlier work like Infest, or maybe even Getting Away With Murder. Unfortunately, that's not the case. Just like many bands now days, The Roach has slipped into some "Mainstream" habits.

Now not to criticize the band or their music - which I still love, it's just not the music that I was expecting from a band that's always been on the edge of what they want to sound like. Sure songs like "Lifeline", "Had Enough" and "March Out of the Darkness" are great, it's just not where their style should have taken them. At least on Paramour Sessions they formed songs that had great melodies and still had a little rough edge, plus some diversity about them. Here on Metamorphosis, there's nothing catchy or unique about them. It's pretty generic rock. Is that bad? Not necessarily. It's just a simple-minded album with something missing: thought.

Still though, I enjoy this album. It's a good listen, and definitely worth picking up for those who enjoy this particular genre of rock. I just hope more thought goes into their next stuff. Otherwise, Papa Roach will be one of the many forgettable bands with forgettable music.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Mature and real 3 April 2009
By Jose G. Rivera - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The guys of papa roach have been through good and bad, making still true to their grounds and peculiar sound, wich is something most of today's bands lack, that originality and deepness in their works, papa roach exceeds my expectations with this album, coming from all their downs and having said good bye to former drummer. The sound of this album is way much mature the moment you start hearing the cd, imo, this is good. Why? beacause it's not easy to loose on of your band mates and still come back filled with so many emotions and canalize them so perfectly through a melody filled with emotion, sadness, and you can hear it through Jacobin's voice, this band, with this album show now days mediocre bands, how music and rock is made through the sound of real musicians and the talent of all together. This album is a top influence in me, some songs can really get the best of you, and even shed a tear or to if listening with your heart exposed. Some of my favorites are Lifeline, had enough, Carry me,Change or die and into the light, but it doesn't mean the whole album rocks, because it does, and believe me, I will consume my I pods battery with this album a couple times and my car stereo with the cd in, for a while... Nothing short from deep and interesting!!!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A De-volution This Time Around 8 Nov. 2009
By Patrick F. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Just like the insect that they share their name with, Papa Roach is hardy and has been around for awhile now without any signs of slowing down. They titled this, their fifth album, "Metamorphosis, because they lost their original drummer; this is their first member change since they formed, and they said that they keep evolving their sound. Here is my take on this assumed "Metamorphosis".

1. Days Of War (Intro) (1:25) N/A
2. Change Or Die (3:19) 8.5/10
3. Hollywood Whore (3:54) 8.5/10
4. I Almost Told You That I Loved You (3:12) 5/10
5. Lifeline (4:18) 10/10
6. Had Enough (4:02) 7/10
7. Live This Down (3:36) 7/10
8. March Out Of The Darkness (4:22) 7/10
9. Into The Light (3:28) 7/10
10. Carry Me (4:26) 7/10
11. Nights Of Love (5:16) 6/10
12. State Of Emergency (5:07) 6.5/10

Overall: 12 @ 46:20 7/10

I don't know if my taste are just changing or what, but I just can't really get into this album. Their last album "Paramour Sessions" was a great combination of hard rock, and alt metal, and is by far my favorite Papa Roach album. This album is a lot softer, and a lot more cock rock. "I Almost Told You That I Loved You" is straight Motley Crue meets Hinder, and I do think that was the plan. A terrible song that really makes me question this band. The intro song doesn't do anything for me, and while some songs are decent, none of them have parts that make me want to put this album on...ever.

The best song is the lead single "Lifeline" solely because of the catchy riff and huge chorus. "Had Enough" is really boring, and mediocre. "Live This Down" is competent but could have been written by any other hard rock band out today. And lyrically, again, that track is just a trashy, revenge filled cracked out relationship song. Jacoby could do better then this.

Seriously I don't know what I feel this way, but this album just bores me. I don't feel the passion on this album. The songs are lackluster, and Horton's riffs aren't signature Horton this time. I understand a band changing, but this "metamorphosis" is definitely not an evolution, by any means. This album is average in a time where it's relatively easy to find many bands that you love, that have excellent albums. People obsessed with this band might love it, but for me, it's not really a transformation, but maybe a devolution. This album is mediocre, and at the bottom of Papa Roach's discography.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A "Straight-Up" Rock Record that doesn't dissapoint 3 May 2009
By Jimi Mack - Published on Amazon.com
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Go on and whine about how this new album isn't as good as their last, or how they've change since "Infest". So what?! Rock music has changed since their first release and change can be a good thing, at least to those of us how like our heavy rock pure and simple.

Besides, if I have to hear the song, "Last Resort" or a copy-cat song similar to it on another Papa Roach CD, I'll probably go insane. I am SO sick of that song and to be honest, I think "Infest" is their worst LP. Hey, just my opinion. I'm not really into the whole, "I wanna be a white funk/hip-hopper in a hard rocking metal band" thing, and hopefully someday, this style will just fade away.

Also, band members grow up and albums usually tend to change. If a band doesn't change, they get hell for "NOT" doing enough to expand and take musical chances. If they do change, they lose their core fans who complain about their favorite band "Selling-Out".

One's reasons for a career in the music industry is to be heard, enjoyed and the bottom line is to make a living. Papa Roach isn't re-inventing music here, they are just giving those of us who love this genre a dose of what we love.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Almost like the whole CD expect 1 July 2012
By Jack D. Lowry - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a good rock album but I had an issue with a couple of the songs on the album. Those songs were I almost told you that I loved you and Live this down. I'm not sure everyone will love their new album but to me they still know how to make the rock music and jam out on the guitars. Lryics wise it's another powerful album so just listen to the music with an open mind and see where this band takes us in the future. So if you love your hard rock or rock music in general then pick this up and savor some good rock music.
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