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  • Audio CD (29 July 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Clean
  • Label: Roadrunner Records/Wea
  • ASIN: B00KIFERWO
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
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I have been a fan of Theory of a Deadman for quite a few years, and purchased this a short while after it came out. I like that on amazon when you purchase a CD from them you can get an MP3 version of it on an app as well as have the disc. My dad is also a fan, so I got him the CD and had the songs without even opening the wrapping on the CD. Its not a bad CD, but several of the songs I tend to skip past and a couple have me half humming along. I think they are still chasing Scars and Souvenirs - which was an excellent album. If you are here looking for a good Theory of a Deadman CD - get that one. There are far more known songs there, and is a great representation of Theory of a Deadman at its best. The truth is... also isn't bad as far as albums go - this is okay. I am not disappointed, but I am not in love with it either.
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Don't get me wrong. Theory of a Deadman are a good band. It's just that this is not a good album.

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.
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Theory of a Deadman's new album Savages is good and is an improvement in certain aspects on their last album The Truth Is. It's still not really a patch on TOAD's earliest two albums which are probably still the best overall. Theory in their last three albums have deviated away from rock and brought in ballads and other sorts of things which I don't believe shows them at their best.

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.
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This album is similar to their last one "The Truth Is.." in that it doesn't match the quality of song writing of their second and third albums. There are some good catchy tunes on Savages however and it does grow on you the more you listen to it. TOAD set their standard so high with "Scars and Souvenirs" that it would always be hard to follow that up.
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By Mr. J W VINE VOICE on 24 Nov. 2014
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The truth is.... that "The Truth Is..." album was awful. But I am very very pleased to say that Theory of a Deadman (ToaD) are back... and back to something approaching their best. I *loved* their first three albums, and I was shocked with the last one.

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.
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This is a more mature outing for TODM, and there are some engaging tracks. It seems clear that they have made some significant efforts to produce accomplished songs. In particular, Misery of Men, In Ruins and Sun set on Me are all very well executed. On the downside, Blow is little more than a rehashed Lowlife, and really should not be the second track as it lets the album down. I could also be happy if Heavy was never put on, as its more of a B side song. Nevertheless, a well-deserved 4 stars and a must for any fan. This is probably their best outing yet.
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Really enjoyed it. I personally prefer The Truth Is but this is still a great album. World War Me is my favourite track, closely followed by Savages.
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Such a good album! its a lot heavier and darker than previous albums which personally i love. But theres still the light poppy elements to it. For me its their best album. the only song which stands out and shouldnt really be on the album from my point of view is 'The One' . If you have a spare £10 get this. You wont be dissapointed. put it in your car, crank of the volume and enjoy!
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