- Audio CD (29 July 2014)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Clean
- Label: Roadrunner Records/Wea
- ASIN: B00KIFERWO
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 415,188 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Maybe Tyler Connolly's moustache had the same effect as Samson and his locks??? T.O.A.D'S first album is excellent. I always referred to it as Nickelback with a darker edge. Gasoline also has some fine moments, but with each album there seems to be less aggressive passion and just more attempts to shock with a few expletives every other song.
If I made a best of TOAD there would be loads from the first couple of albums, a sparing number from the next couple but I'm struggling to find more than one on this.
I am truly gutted to write this review, but I just thought that I needed to give you fair warning. We all have different tastes, but this truly is not classic Theory of a Deadman.
This album has some good songs, there's only really one song on the album that seems entirely out of place and that's "The One" which just doesn't fit in. The rest of the songs on the album though are pretty good and in particular, Drown, Blow, Angel, Panic Room and World War Me are some of my own favourites.
Overall, I would recommend the album and especially if you're a Theory of a Deadman listener. Some good songs on the album but as I said previously in this review it still hasn't passed the bar that was set with their first two albums. 8/10.
But I saw them a few weeks ago, and I immediately went out and bought Savages. Some quite brilliant tracks on here that remind me of Gasoline - Drown and Panic Room are two standouts. Blow contains just brilliant lyrics and the tune reminds me of their original album.
Since I have been listening to Savages, I have pulled the first 3 albums back onto my regular playlist. Its great to have ToaD back. A big UK tour beckons in spring '15... looking forward to that.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Difficult to review a music cd, as you either like the artist or you don't. I got into ToaD via an app that played groups similar to Nickleback, many years ago. Read morePublished 6 months ago by DK63
Love this album, they get better with each one. Also saw them live singing these tracks and they sounded so good!Published 8 months ago by Scooby Jo
One of my favourite bands. Great songs, perfect condition CD + case.Published 19 months ago by Amazon Customer