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The Sickness (Int'l) (Repackage-PA) Extra tracks

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Grammy-nominated hard rock band Disturbed release their new album, entitled Asylum. The release is the follow-up to their 2008 platinum album Indestructible, which spawned the smash single “Inside the Fire.”

As with Indestructible, Disturbed have self-producing Asylum, which they began writing in September 2009 and recording in February of this year. Front man David Draiman ... Read more in Amazon's Disturbed Store

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  • Audio CD (29 July 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: WARNER BROS
  • ASIN: B00006CTC6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,032 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Voices
2. The Game
3. Stupify
4. Decay
5. Down With The Sickness
6. Violence Fetish
7. Fear
8. Numb
9. Want
10. Conflict
11. Shout
12. Droppin’ Plates
13. Meaning Of Life
14. God Of The Mind (Valentine Soundtrack Version)
15. Stupify (Live)
16. The Game (Live)
17. Voices (Live)
18. Down With The Sickness (Live)

Product Description

1. Voices
2. The Game
3. Stupify
4. Decay
5. Down With The Sickness
6. Violence Fetish
7. Fear
8. Numb
9. Want
10. Conflict
11. Shout
12. Droppin' Plates
13. Meaning Of Life
14. God Of The Mind (Valentine Soundtrack Version)
15. Stupify (Live)
16. The Game (Live)
17. Voices (Live)
18. Down With The Sickness (Live)

Customer Reviews

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By K. P. Francis on 3 May 2008
Format: Audio CD
I know some people say this album isn't as good as their new stuff, but seriously this is classic. The first four tracks are amazing and then there are a selection of three others that are very good including the incredible "Fear". It doesnt matter that Draimans vocals aren't as good live because your not paing an more for thelive tracks. One reviewer said this CD doesn't work on MP3 players but don't worr, i put this on my ipod and it works fine.

This album has elements of Nu-Metal in it but any twit who lets that stop them listening to it should be shot. It's incredible and well worth the money. And it's also got the best song in the world on it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Brown on 22 Mar. 2006
Format: Audio CD
I picked this album up today after hearing it regularly on the radio and cannot recommend it enough. I have a very varied taste in music which encompasses Creed to Queen and Beautiful South to Drowning Pool. I first heard of disturbed after buying their single 'remember' on a whim. After its still exhausting playing, I picked up this album after getting addicted to 'down with the Sickness' and later on the tones of 'The Game.' The quality of this CD relates to a harder tone possibly comparable to Rammstein yet the vocals are outstanding. Try it for something new and interesting rather than the family friendly pop-rock of Kerrang.
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By Redwall on 9 April 2009
Format: Audio CD
First off, what the hell is the amazon guy talking about when he's reviewing this album! Reggae sound in violence fetish?! Progressive in numb?! Please, listen to Dream Theater if u want progressive! Stop makin it out to be something it's not! Anyway, pretty good album overall although its appeal did wear off a very little bit quite soon, but its 2009 and this was released in 2000 at the peak of nu metal! Anyone who says that David Draiman raps at any point is a moron, bullet fast vocals does not automatically constitute rap. For me, this album does have a slightly nu metal vibe; its the keyboard sounds, the style of some of the riffs and the song structure (who says you have to have turntables to be nu metal? korn were once considered nu metal). Droppin' Plates is certainly Limp Bizkit-esque! David Draimans vocals are what packs the biggest punch in this album, which is slightly lacking in the next 2 albums i think (although i have only listened to them a couple of times so far). Some of the music sounds a bit samey for the 1st couple of listens but then most songs come into their own and grow on u, like the emotionally filled chorus of "numb". What's this about Down With the Sickness offending Muslims? What's offensive about it? If they're interpreting the animal like sounds as some kind of racist noise then what the hell are they basing that on? Pathetic and narrow minded i say. Draiman's family are Israelian so are probably Muslim themselves aren't they?! This seems more of a rant than a review lol right to sum up, good aggression fuelled heavy album, great vocals, cool riffs. On the downside its appeals wore off slightly because of the fact that its getting on for 10 years old now but in its day it would've been an even better album and a 4 or 5 star.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Rowan Uren on 9 Dec. 2002
Format: Audio CD
I've read other reviews on this album, and None of them give you any idea how superb this piece of music is. I've just recently seen Disturbed live and they opened with Voices- for that song alone this album should be snatched off the shelves. If you've ever been to a metal concert, and the whole place was pounding to the bass, then you know it's intense, if you haven't, see Disturbed. 'Beleive' Disturbed's latest album is tired, but 'The Sickness' is a classic piece of astoundingly good music. Buy it, Buy it now.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By "tigerwh0re" on 12 Sept. 2002
Format: Audio CD
The album starts with the very good 'voices', a great start to a great album, the voals are unique and remain like this right the way through the album. The vocals are sang so quick in some songs they could be mistaken for rap but this is definitly metal, and at its best. Not too shouty, but the scratchy screams of draiman are great and uncopiable. The second song starts out different but goes back to the old style of Disturbed, if you like one song of theres you'll like this album as its all very similar but this does it no harm. 'Down with the sickness' the title song is good also I just love it, its great, the instruments, the vocals, shows the band at their very best. You can't help 'moshing' along. The best part of this album is the extra 'live' tracks, this band play absolutly great live although some of the songs have been made to sound more techno and this isn't good, although eventually they return to the original sound, i prefer the crisp metal sound that is unmistakably disturbed, they could sing nursery rhymes and you'd still know who they were. This is a must album for any metal fan, it doesn't sound anything like whats in the market and isn't too extreme like slipknot for example. Its a perfect balance of angst and calm with outstanding vocals and music, even if it is a little repetitive at times. I suppose I havn't said much bad about this album, but thats because it doesn't fault much. A must...it truly is an alternative album because its unique, not like linkin park, papa roach and the rest of the newbie music.
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