3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Well as people have already stated, it's certainly not Hot Fuss. It never was going to be. It was always going to be impossible to recreate the same 'amazingness' of the first 6-7 tracks on that album, they were quite literally phenomenal.
Since 2004, music has changed, and quite obviously so have the killers. They've become more serious, and good on them to! They've changed their style a tad and in my opinion it's great that they can do this and still deliver an album of such quality... this is Sam's Town.
The great thing about Hot Fuss was that from the beginning, track after track was fantastic... not one poor song, until maybe the latter stages of the album when it… Read more
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
50's first album, get rich or die tryin' was overall a much better than this attempt. There just isn't anything original or anything that blows you away. It's not a bad album, but it could have been better. However there are a few ok songs on here. Needless to say this will sell by the bucketload due to 50's already huge popularity throughout the world.
If you are looking for an album to buy, get The Game's The Documentary, a true masterpiece, overall a much better album than what 50 cent has produced here.
Just as someone has already said, 50 cent has got rich and aint tryin'.