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Survival Of The Sickest

Saliva Audio CD
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Moving into their 15th year together in 2011, multi-platinum band Saliva stays in touch with their heavyweight Memphis roots on their brand new 6th album, UNDER YOUR SKIN, arriving in stores on March 22nd. “Nothing,” the enigmatically titled first single pick, is available for sale at all digital retailers now. The new album is Saliva’s first with two-time Grammy nominated ... Read more in Amazon's Saliva Store

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Island
  • ASIN: B0002MPPW4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 59,602 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Product Description

SALIVA Survival Of The Sickest (2004 UK 12-track CD album includes the singles Survival Of The Sickest and Razors Edge picture sleeve)

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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars cool very cool. 6 July 2013
By colard
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Its cool.A++++++++++.a powerful dtyle.merci saliva.cool!!!!! its cool mudic, very good style.merci encore saliva.super style .a cool style.good style.ok merci.thanks.saliva is powerful dtyle.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fitting title for the CD 18 Aug 2004
By RipperEagle-Flyer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I had likened the process Saliva had made from Every Six Seconds to Back Into Your System. In fact, BIYS had shown many complex levels unlike that of ESS. So i headed to Best Buy this morning and was one of the first to buy the new CD "Survival of the Sickest." I came home and put the CD into the player. I was at first surprised but in the 2nd phase of listening to it later on it worked much better on the mind.

Track Listing as follows:

1. Rock and Roll Revolution: 5/5 At first it took me a while to remember it was Josey Scott singing for the band because he sounded oddly different when starting the song with the patented screams. But the instrumentals were totally on fire.

2. Bait and Switch: 4.5/5 Not losing pace from the opener and keeping touch with the power formula.

3. One Night Only: 4/5 I liked the lyrics for this song for som reason.

4. SOTS: 4.5/5 Awesome title track and i loved the way Scott sings it.

5. No Regrets: 4/5 Certainly not because this song is great.

6. Two Steps Back: 3.5/5 This is where they start the slower ballad stuff reminscint of Rest in Peaces.

7. Open Eyes: 3/5 Not too bad but i'm just not hooked to it.

8. F*** All Y'All: 5/5 What's odd is this band used no cussing in ESS and molded it in BIYS, but this takes it. As angry as Scott goes but the music is awesome

9. I Want You: 5.5/5 Simple lyrics but the music KILLS!

10. Carry On: 5/5 better lyrics: ditto music from 9

11. Razor's Edge: 3.5/5 At first i thought of the AC/DC song and album, and was dissapointed compared to that. But it's still a solid feel for this album.

12. No Hard Feelings: 4/5 Hopefully not because this song wasn't slow or extremely hard, but fell in the middle.

13. Untitled: NA: just 4 seconds of blank

14. Sex, Drugs, and Rock N' Roll: 4/5 According to the groups gutarist Chris this is the offical name of the song, but it goes without naming it a great song which is more old school rock n roll.

Overall: 3.9/5 This CD, like Soctt said in the latest Metal Edge, is more straight forward Rock N' Roll. You can thank Aerosmith and Kiss for that and the tour then did with them. But this CD excels in setting one boundry up and following the lead from song to song. Another plus was that the first song wasn't called SUPERSTAR III!

If you've been sitting and waiting for some advice as to buy or not, take it from me it's well worth the buy. Not just for die hard Saliva fans, but rock enthusists and grinders alike will enjoy this.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great 15 Nov 2006
By bassrocker410 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
The entire album is phenomenal. Yes, the lyrics are pretentious and can be a little annoying if you sit down and analyze them. However, when listening to this album as a whole it is just a true rock n' roll album. Saliva has a unique sound on this album and it rocks...not a bad song on the cd.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It grows on you....or forces you to like it.... 25 Aug 2004
By Chris - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Okay. I'm not just writing this review out of the blue. I'm a Saliva fan, and proud. I don't even KNOW any other Saliva fans. People have always asked me why I like them. I've always replied, "Because they're heavy, and they have definite potential to be great." Songs from their previous CDs like "Faultline" (ESS), "Separated Self" (BIYS), and, my favorite Saliva song, "Holdin' On" (BIYS) all showed a definite musical ability outside of the screaming masculinity of rap/rock. So even with the INCREDIBLY stupid title of this CD (don't get me started), I didn't hesitate to buy it.

It took me one listen to HATE it.

I felt ripped off. It sounded like they threw all of their musical ability out the window in favor of being angry rock n' roll saviors. All the songs have stupid lyrics, and it doesn't even sound like they tried. I was pissed, to say the least. I even made myself listen to it a couple of times, before I realized what it really was.

Oops. I was wrong. Or, not wrong, just not looking at it in the right way. It wasn't meant to make you think, or be a thoughtful album. This is high-octane, heavy, fast music. One starts to get into this effect more and more as the album progresses. While some songs try too hard to be cool ("Bait & Switch", terrible song), and some transcend other genres ("Razor's Edge": country, and not good country), most of them are just heart-pumping anthems.

After a good listen, I now have a new respect for this album for what it is. Four stars, -1 for the crap-tacular name and some sorry tracks.

By the way, "No Regrets(Vol. 2)" MIGHT be my new favorite Saliva song.....
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars decent but not like the others 11 Jun 2005
By thewanderer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This cd is not what "Every Six Seconds" or "Back into Your System" is. Saliva is a gritty hard rock band with that powerful edge on them. This is a decent cd but it lacks the power and imagination of the previous work. If you are a fan try it there are some cool tracks on it.
Update....June 2006...I saw the ses guys this past weekend. I have a new look at this CD....5 + Stars ..These guys are truely awesome live. The power they generate is unbelieveable. This tracks off this CD are way cool live...This is what they world needs. A real rock n Roll band..
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars better than I initially thought 23 Sep 2004
By JJN-1313 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I have to agree with some of the other reviews I've read of this album. After listening to it on the way home from buying the CD, I wasn't all that thrilled. I loved BIYS, am still listening to it regularly. The songs had a certain flow to them, yet were hard and loud. Listening to SofS (yes, the title sucks) was a bit of a change. It's much more hard-angry rock based. Don't get me wrong, I'm a big fan of hard rock/metal/whatever. I just wasn't expecting that from this CD, and I came away disappointed. It seemed to lack the lyrical poetry of BIYS, something I enjoyed greatly about the CD, and instead went with raging anthems. I suppose that shift is was turned me off to the CD.

However, after listening to it two more times so far, it's really starting to grow on me. Songs are beginning to stick in my head. I doubt it will surpass my liking of BIYS, but it's definitely worth listening to.
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