having been a P.O.D. fan since before the "Satellite" Days I was fairly unimpressed with their last album "Payable On Death". The album was a bit of a diversion from the P.O.D. sound. this E.P. sees them returning to their roots.
The album starts with a new rock anthem from P.O.D. called "If it wasn't for you" The lyrics on this song leave behind any doubt what Sonny and the rest of P.O.D. sing for , boldy professing a belief in Christ and his restorative qualities
"Teachers" is another classic P.O.D. Sounding song, hard driving bass lines with a controlled frenzy of guitars and Sonny's Punk and Funk vocal range in perfect form.
"Ya mamma" is a Limp Bizkit sounding Papcore delight (or should I say that Limp Bizkit borrows much from P.O.D.?)
"Why Wait" is Raggea at it's best!!! No matter where you go , Jaja gonna be there for you", so why do you want to wait so long
Is a great lyric placed in a great song.
This album finishes with the best Live P.O.D. Song recorded, well, live and it rocks as does "wildflower" although not my favorite song.
All I can say is that this being material that didn't make the new album, I can not wait tell the new album is released In January..
This will be rolling on my playlist for months, must have record for the RapCore fan