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Product details

  • Audio CD (22 Nov. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD+DVD
  • Label: Atlantic US
  • ASIN: B0045DO92I
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 23,215 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Devour
2. Sound Of Madness
3. Second Chance
4. Cry For Help
5. The Crow & The Butterfly
6. If You Only Knew
7. Sin With A Grin
8. What A Shame
9. Cyanide Sweet Tooth Suicide
10. Breaking Inside
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Disc: 2
1. Devour
2. Devour
3. Second Chance
4. Sound Of Madness
5. If You Only Knew
6. The Crow & The Butterfly
7. What A Shame
8. Save Me [Live From Atlanta]
9. Devour [Live From Atlanta]
10. Call Me [Live From Atlanta]
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jason on 1 Mar. 2012
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i heard second chance about six months before purchasing this album but didn't really look into shinedown as a band as I thought they'd be a rubbish band with one good song, anyway I'm the kind of person who buys a whole album for just one song so after six months when I was sitting on amazon trying to think what to buy I decided to buy sound of madness for second chance. I started by watching the dvd which opens with the official devour lyric video, then there's a few music videos, a few songs live from atlanta and ends with an interview which I think runs for roughly fifteen minutes, anyway when the DVD ended I knew it was going to be an amazing album based on the songs included in the DVD.

It wasn't till later in the day I actually listened to the album in full which opens up with devour which was the perfect opening song, really builds up the album, then theres sound of madness which is pretty heavy but not completely headbanging and crazy (I hate headbanging music where the singers scream and stuff), then second chance which I'd known for quite a while and so on and I really enjoyd this album which shows you shouldn't assume a band would be good or bad based on their name.

After realising how good the band is I checked their tour dates and they were playing in Scotland in like a week and a half and got tickets, it's kinda cool to find a band and be at one of their shows in less than two weeks and now I can't wait for Amaryllis.

This album has alot of emotion and you can feel it throughout the whole thing, to me the main highlight is the interview on the DVD when you really see where all the emotion comes from.

Top five songs would have to be 'Second Chance', 'Diamond Eyes', 'What A Shame', 'Call Me' and 'Devour'
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. Bettencourt on 21 Jan. 2012
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I first became a Shinedown fan about six years ago, when "I Dare You" was in heavy rotation, and even made it as a single for numerous soundtracks and events. All it took was one listen of "Us and Them", and I was hooked. That particular album is phenomenally produced, and the band really shines (no pun intended).

Later on, I took home a copy of Sound of Madness, and it came across not only as a sonically great album, but also a very lyrically-inspired and a socially/politically conscious one. Shinedown really took a ferocious byte at the war in Iraq and all that came with it.

I had also heard a previously released live album, going back to the "45" and "Fly From the Inside" hits and now to the more current "Diamond Eyes" and they're really a rock band to be reckoned with.

And so, my expectations were really high upon becoming aware of this release. And though both performances (both acoustic and electric) are solid, I do have some pet peeves to contend with.

I've been a music fan for my whole life and have been a musician for 17 years, and if there's a band that, in my opinion, defines what an "unplugged" live performance should be, is Nirvana. Yes, the balls-to-the-wall post-punk/grunge trio from Seattle, WA (extinct since 1994 with the untimely passing of singer Kurt Cobain). They really exemplified what a hard rock act can morph itself into, when you get to the nitty-gritty of song writing and when you find the song's soul. Nirvana's former drummer (and Foo Fighters singer/guitar player Dave Grohl) is likely one of the hardest hitting drummers to ever hit the skins on a rock band, and yet he approached the "Unplugged in New York" performance with such finesse and lightness, you could hear a pin drop.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By GEDDY LEE'S GRANDMA on 3 Jun. 2011
Format: Audio CD
Ive only just purchased this album after hearing a a couple of tracks elsewhere. Yes i know theyve been around for years but theres so much stuff being released lately im never going to catch up!

I took a chance and bought this album recently and ive played almost nothing else since. Its simply amazing.I dont think theres a single 'filler' on there............almost every track is a classic, and the one or two which arent classics are still very good. Id pigeon hole them in the same vein as Alterbridge, Hinder, Nickleback, and the later Stone Sour stuff. I cant recommend this album highly enough. Trust me.......You WONT be disappointed!!
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By Dagrau on 20 July 2014
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The Sound of Madness (Deluxe)
In my opinion Shinedown is by far the most underrated band around at the moment. I fell in love with these guys from the moment I heard ‘Second Chance’ for the first time over the radio. And now four years later I count them as my favourite band of all time, with ‘The Sound of Madness’ as my favourite album of all time. I cannot recommend this album enough for anyone who loves real music with meaningful lyrics and astounding guitar riffs. The current band line up are one of the most professional bands I have come across, which you can hear in their music and see in their live shows. I have seen them twice already and will never tire of attending any event or show they hold.

Before I go on I would just like to also recommend that you get your hands on the deluxe version of this album. I bought this for around £10 but even at £15 it’s well worth the extra content. I will talk about the extra songs a little later.

The DVD is made up of music videos for ‘Devour’ (a lyric based video as well as the standard music video), ‘Second Chance’, ‘Sound of Madness’, ‘If You Only Knew’, ‘The Crow & The Butterfly’ and ‘What A Shame’. You also have live videos for ‘Save Me’, ‘Devour’, ‘Call Me’, ‘Second Chance’ and ‘Sound of Madness’. And finally a brief but very interesting 15 minute interview with the current band covering the album and also looking into why the previous members left. The interview is well worth a watch just to get an insight into the individuals as well as some brief stories about how the album and songs were created.

This is currently (at time of writing) Shinedowns fourth studio album, having owned each of them I can say that this is still by far their best work to date.
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