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  • Audio CD (6 Feb. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Collective
  • ASIN: B00009Y3RA
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This is a pretty good album. It seems to be a lot quieter than the last albums in general and the theme of it tends to coincide with 2000 Years of Human Error. I do think that this is a good album, yet if you do not like any Godhead album then I would advise you never to buy any Godhead music because much of it is fairly similar.
If this is your first time buying a Godhead album I'd advise you to get 2000 Years Of Human Error (the first album I got) as it probably has many of the best songs on by this group. Unlike other albums, this new album has no repeated material and it is all new, it is similar to the whole load of Godhead songs but they seem to be getting yet darker, shown through how sometimes the music gets very quiet and bursts out with great guitar rifts.
I like this album, it is not the best I have, yet Godhead are a good artist if you like variation in the types of guitarring, but not too much variation in the type of music I hear (which I do, the reason why I only gave 4 stars, not 5).
This is a good place to start if you like punk (or maybe even pop music?) and want something darker, but aren't yet ready for heavy metal (or vice versa).
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By Mr. H VINE VOICE on 18 Mar. 2006
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Now I'm not entirely sure why this album had been reissued, as the press release maanges to avoid the issue entirely, but there you go. Mind you, I never heard it the first time around, my knowledge of Godhead being limited to the near hit that was their industrail remake of "Eleanor Rigby". That, given my loathing of all things Beatle, was enough to get them filed in the 'don't bother' box.
But, here we are, three years on from its first release and it's back for another go. So, what do we have? Industrial beats, downtuned guitars, 'emotional' lyrics. Yup, they sound like Filter. However, as I can't be arsed doing any fact checking, I'll assume Godhead came first as a black clad passer by just muttered something about 'fifth album' through his henna'd fringe.
As you may have gathered, goths have a thing for Godhead, which is odd considering they're peddling the type of mainstream rock that Trent Reznor has turned too recently. Which, again, would point to them being ahead of the game. Although I haven't checked the sales of the last Nine Inch Nails album either! I'm also pretty sure Paradise Lost would be surprised to hear their 21st century pop/rock reinvention appearing on a US mainstream release, as well.
Ach, dammit, I did some research and discovered that Godhead have been dormant since this release, so if they're planning a comeback, that may well be why it's appeared again. Mind you, their website is dead, which could put the kibbosh on that theory.
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5.0 out of 5 stars gODHEAD rocks! 4 Jun. 2004
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This band has certainly evolved, and that's not necessarily a bad thing! The heavier, more industrial sound heard previously on albums such as "Power Tool Stigmata" and "2000 Years of Human Error" is not as prevalent in this release, but the influence of Marilyn Manson (Posthuman Records) and NIN is still noticeable to a certain degree. I have always thought of Godhead as being a very eclectic band, taking various elements and creating a unique style all their own. This album serves as further proof of that, as well as a testament to their outstanding musicianship.
It would seem that Godhead was trying to make this particular album more accessible to a widespread audience, and they indeed accomplished their goal. The songs on this release seem more guitar-driven, giving the album more of a dark hard rock feel than their previous goth/industrial releases. However, their lyrics can still convey that hauntingly morbid sense of impending doom and devastation that is characteristically "goth." I love Jason Miller's clean vocals. He has a powerful voice that only serves to enhance the emotions the words alone don't always convey.
Godhead's "Evolver" takes the listener on a trip through several various emotions. This is one of those CD's that you can put in your player any day, when in any kind of mood, and you can find a song that suits you perfectly. Here are some highlights on the album:
Track 1 "The Hate in Me" - Great opening track! Excellent for when you've had a bad day. This song is very catchy, and has a danceable beat.
Track 2 "Just Like You" - Another catchy, guitar-driven song. Awesome cynical lyrics.
Track 5 "Far Too Long" - One of the more mellow songs on the album, but has great lyrics and a great guitar-driven chorus.
Track 7 "Dream" - Great vocals and lyrics, with a very catchy chorus that easily gets stuck in your head for days.
Track 9 "Ghost of Your Memory" - Slower song conveying a sense of deep loss. Really great guitar solo.
Though I do miss their previous sound, change is inevitable and, frequently, worthwhile. If you are new to Godhead, this is a good place to start, as it is by far their most accessible album. Definitely pick up this CD! If you want something a little heavier on the goth/industrial side, then also try some of Godhead's previous efforts, "Power Tool Stigmata" and "2000 Years of Human Error." They are also amazing to see live!
5.0 out of 5 stars JUST WHAT MY SON WANTED FOR HIS BIRTHDAY 26 Dec. 2009
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My son wanted this CD for his birthday and I did not want to run around all over to try to find it, so on a suggestion from my other son - I tried this site. I was a little worried that I would not get the product I ordered but decided to give it a try. Happy to say, everything worked out great - got the cd and on time for his birthday!
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Stuff 2 Mar. 2011
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Godhead, being the great musicians and writers they are, have a highly entertaining and moving album here. If your into metal/rock, or just good music, this is right up your alley.
5.0 out of 5 stars Okidoki 6 July 2010
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Great album. As a Marilyn Manson fan, gODHAED is a must have,.



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5.0 out of 5 stars evolution for the masses 24 July 2005
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Some dont like the latest Godhead because of the sell-out factor. Some, because they think Godhead "mellowed". Its not that they mellowed... they really, truly have evolved to the next level. The music is fantastic from start to finish. Each song has a way of 'not' sounding like the next. Vocals are still top-notch (as always), and the music is poignant, yet not overbearing! :D

I can not find a flaw with this CD.
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