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All Killer, No Filler
All Killer, No Filler
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Punk brats strike back, 1 April 2003
This review is from: All Killer, No Filler (Audio CD)
Before i get talking about how good this album is, can i please point out that Blink 182 and Sum 41 are two completely different bands, and in my opinion sum 41 are much better.
Where did these guys come from. I heard Fat lip on the radio for the first time, and i knew that this was the music i really liked. It's full of attitude. Deryk's voice is great for this kind of music, and he definately illustrates what the band are about through it.
This album has some great punk riffs, and some memorable songs. The ones that stand out are Fat lip, in too deep, nothing on my back, Motivation and Heart attack, not to say that all the other songs are good as well.
This whole album has the lazy, rebellious teenage feel about it, and i think that is what makes it great.
I think that they should definately aim to include more solos.

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1.0 out of 5 stars What is this?, 1 April 2003
This review is from: Untouchables (Audio CD)
Now, i do admit that i haven't got any other Korn CD's, and i am not really that familar with many of their other songs, but what is all the fuss about this band. i bought this album after hearing thoughtless and here to stay, which i have to say are great songs, but none of the other songs on this CD really live up to the standard set by these two.
Every song is the same, just different lyrics, and after listening to it a few times, i have to ask the challenging question, are these really the the fathers of new metal?
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Hybrid Theory
Hybrid Theory
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A bright future, 1 April 2003
This review is from: Hybrid Theory (Audio CD)
What a great debut album. This album introduced me to rock music, as before, i didn't like music before, and now, there is not a moment when there isn't a CD in my player.
It's a great mix of rap and metal, with some great guitar backing, and noises from dj Joe Hahn.
The best songs on this album are points of authority, in the end and one step closer, though all of the songs on this album are amazing.
I think crawling is slightly over rated, and brings the album down a little, and i don't think it should have been a single. cure for the itch is good, as it gives people a chance to hear some djing as well as metal.
I recommend to people who have enjoyed this album system of a down, sum 41 and Limpbizkit.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Let's have something different, 1 April 2003
This review is from: Infest (Audio CD)
Does anybody out there get annoyed with listening to the nu metal bands who sound the same. you have really got to be into nu metal to be able to listen to this over and over. Yeah, its got some great songs on it, but they just aren't catchy enough. Last resort and between Angels and insects are the only songs on this album that you can listen to over and over with out getting bored with.
the thing about Papa roach is, they plod along, without really introducing anything new, every song sounding nearly the same as the next.
When you first get it, its great, and it'll be in your player all the time, but as time wears on, it will sink to the bottom of the pile.

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