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Does This Look Infected? (Explicit UK comm CD)
 
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Does This Look Infected? (Explicit UK comm CD)

17 Nov. 2002 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan. 2002
  • Release Date: 17 Nov. 2002
  • Label: Virgin EMI
  • Copyright: (C) 2002 The Island Def Jam Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
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  • Total Length: 39:07
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  • ASIN: B001KO9RIG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19,063 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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Sum 41 last year were in with the punk-pop mix of bands out at the time with others such as New Found Glory, Blink 182 and Fenix TX.
And basically with songs such as 'Fat Lip' and 'In Too Deep', they were a pop-punk band.
Until now...
Sum 41 have pulled up their sleeves and made one of the most catchiest and infectious punk-rock albums of the year.
It starts off with the sad 'The Hell Song', due to be their next single, that is a great starter for the album, leading you straight into the catchy chorus and infectious riffs of the album.
Another very good song in 'Over My Head (Better Off Dead)' with an unknown new "heavy" sound to the band, and again with a very catchy chorus included("now i'm in over my head, with something i said, completely misread, i'm better off dead, but now i can't see, i think you can't be, this hypocrisy is beginning to get to me").
'Still Waiting', there first single from the album, is another fine song, with another catchy melody.
The song refers to the ongoing problems in the world with the line "so am i still waiting for this world, to stop hating?", showing how the band can move on from the past songs about girls and skateboarding, to songs about world affairs and songs about losing a friend in the album opener 'The Hell Song'.
Like the song on 'All Killer, No Filler' called 'Never Wake Up' which is a fun 30-second song, the new album follows in the same fashion with 'A.N.I.C.' which is a fun, foul mouth, shout-out song aimed at someone they call an a**h***.
'No Brains' despite the weird title, is a strong song about giving up on a relationship with a good chorus in: "Goodbye, I've had enough frustration, I won't get stuck, This dead end situation, It's just not worth my time, But waiting so frustrating".
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This album is by far the best album that Sum 41 have made. All Killer No Filer was defintely a massive hit and of course that is still a GREAT album but Does This Look Infected? is even better than I have ever heard. I went to go and see Sum 41 at Wembley, London and after seeing them, I have definitely fallen in love with this album! I think that Sum 41 have tried and succeded in becoming more hardcore than ever before. The first 8 songs and the song 'Hooch' are just faboulous! My favourite song on this album has to be (even though it was hard to choose) either The Hell Song or Over My Head.
Another good thing about this album is that there is hardly any swearing, which makes a pleasent change from the usual hardcore/punk band. I think that there is the odd word beginning with S and ending in T. I don't really think that the cover of the album (the face) is appropriate for this album though. I have spoken to some friends, and they all think that the cover of the album should be something a bit different.
I quote from one of the songs 'so am I still waiting?'. You don't need to wait to think about buying this album, all hardcore/punk fans or anybody else should buy this album!
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Sum 41's first album, Half Hour of Power, was not very good, which is why nobody had heard of them back then. All Killer, No Filler was a big improvement but was still quite childish and, despite its title, had too many songs that just frankly weren't good enough. This new album however is a whole lot better. From the music, which is now more metally and mature and has obvious influences from bands such as Metallica and Iron Maiden, to the lyrics which are more interesting and socially aware, this album is a big step in proving that the band can actually play some proper rock music!
Standout tracks are opener "The Hell Song" (incredibly catchy tune), single "Still Waiting" and both of the superb metal-style bonus tracks "Reign in Pain" (cheesy and amusing but still great) and "WWVII Part II" (surprisingly mature).
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Some songs are excellent while on others, they appear to be experimenting or copying and discovering their future style. Some songs are pale imitations of Blink 182 of Green Day, but when they really get into their own stuff, they are the equal of either of the afforementioned bands - this album isn't great, but shows some of the brilliance of what is to come.
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They promised a harder edged album and my god they've dont it with great results . Opener "The Hell Song " is a hardcore punk anthem . Fast guitars ( Daves solos are sh*tloads better than before) and more mature lyrics .. and it sets the pace for the album.With the exception of " My Direction" and " All Messed Up" the album is a long way away from the polished pop-punk of the previous records ( although the 2 poppier songs are 2 of the better ones).The lyrics are more hard hitting and the music is faster and with more aggresion (Steve drums brilliantly and Dave shows us how good he really is).The 2 bonus tracks are attempts at metal ( originally recorded with the intention for release by side band Pain For Pleasure) which fail badly and ruin the overall quality of the record . Unfortunately Steve sings on these dire tracks which makes them even worse.The bonus DVD is something to watch once( first time round it is funny after that it is boring)
This album is aimed at more mature fans.If u like more hardcore bands over pop punk then buy this record but if Blink 182 are your heroes this wont be your cup of tea. A fine comeback in an even finer new direction. ( Crispo701@msn.com )
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