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  • Audio CD (26 April 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Eleven seven music
  • ASIN: B003DZ0JHS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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Drowning Pool's tale of perseverance is just as inspiring as their music. The All-American anthemic rock band has persevered through the death of their first singer and losing their second, emerging a stronger unit than ever before. From presenting the Lane Evans Health Act to Barack Obama, while senator, and coming back with their first consecutive album with a singer, vocalist Ryan McCombs, Drowning Pool continue to survive. After their biggest single ever, "37 Stitches" and four years of nonstop touring, which culminated with 2009's Crüe Fest 2, the Dallas quartet are set to release their fourth full-length album, Drowning Pool.

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This is another superb album by DP. They are one of the few bands that never let me down! It is just a splendid solid rock album full of good songs and no filler. The record contains more excellent guitar riffs from the accomplished CJ Pierce (and a few guitar solos) and sound musicianship by the band . All of the songs are strong in my book but the two songs that stand out for me are the ballads 'More than worthless' and 'alcohol blind'. The latter is a superb acoustic driven song about the demons of drink and sounds very poignant and sad . I love DP for many reasons with one being that they always retain melody and verve in their songs and lead single for the album 'Feel like I do' was a chart and radio friendly hit in the states and is one of the best songs in their catalogue. Also enjoyed the song 'Horns up' as its pretty filthy and will put a smile on any listeners face! So put the CD on for a spin, sit back, pour yourself a drink, let the sin begin and get ready to rock out to one hell of an album!
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Explosive metal by an underrated band who never fail to deliver.
Great vocals, riffs and a rawness that not many groups can muster.
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The best Drowning Pool album yet. Get your horns up is a pure rock song - excellent. BUY THIS ALBUM
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Going to watch then in April. So wanted to know the word to new stuff before going. Listen to it a lot.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Drowning Pool's Green Album with a little help from the Abecedarians! 12 July 2011
By Eugene Sotela - Published on Amazon.com
Just to clarify as I have in my reviews of Drowning Pool's Aphonia, Satori and Untitled LPs that this is the original Drowning Pool band that formed in 1984 in the Los Angeles area and released a number of cassettes, vinyl records and even a CD.
The Green Album opens up with "Romans" laced with heavy drums, bass and screeching guitars that would preview things to come with their 1989 Aphonia release. Jon Thomas drums keeps the chaos in order while Andrew Crane's aggressive vocals rise to the top. "What of Singing Birds" has to be one of the most beautiful tracks in Drowning Pool's extensive catalog. The moves along at a steady pace with what sound like "crying guitars". "Open Palms" follows with similar wailing guitars and with tribal like percussion provided by Jon Thomas. "Pogrum" throws a curve with the introduction of spooky sounding keyboards riding on top of Jon's pulsating Native American sounding beat.
Side Two opens with "Broken Jawed Woman Sings" brings Dead Can Dance with intense vocal manipulation provided by guest, Kirra Vollman (of Non Credo). Towards the end of the track Andrew Crane's vocals connect with Kirra's to close out this Speaking in Tongues style track. "New Tremblin' Fingers" has the driving energy and sound of early Savage Republic material (think "O Andonis") and like the mentioned Savage Republic track, it runs about 2 minutes. "Edith, Hold Out Your Hand" which has to be the stand out track on this album is where fans of early 80's goth music movement will take note with the music reminding me of early Siousxie and the Banshees. "P.E. 26" is another very experimental piece on this album encouraging the listener to either burn some sage or incense. Maybe this practice should be done before the start of the listening experience. "Paradise Found" brings the album full circle with a hint of sadness throughout yearning for the days of youth long gone. Fans of the Abecedarians, For Against, Savage Republic, Psi-Com, Red Temple Spirits, Dead Can Dance, Joy Division take note of this buried gem. .
This album was produced by Drowning Pool themselves with the assistance of a R.P. McMurphy (aka Chris Manecke of the Abecedarians)
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