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  • Audio CD (11 July 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • ASIN: B0050PLT8W
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
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THEORY OF A DEADMAN

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OMG! I bought this CD on a whim, after seeing Lowlife video on Kerrang! I dont generally like a soft Rock approach (like Nickelback, who incidentally TOAD sound just like!) I prefer more heavier stuff. But jeez I can't bring myself to stop listening to this CD! I've had it on my iPod for 4 weeks and on in my car for same. Is it hidden messges in the album saying, 'You cant stop listening to me, dont touch the off switch'?? lol I don't know what it is but I love the album, I've had to buy Scars and Souvenirs now to stop me from playing this ruddy thing! But hats off to you guys, you've put together a great album! Now come tour the UK so I can see you live :)
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This is only the 2nd album of this band I have bought. I loved the previous album I got, I am an avid Nickelback fan and I found them quite similar. However this album was different, not the style of music I had hoped for. I did enjoy it and certainly some of the lyrics really made me laugh but not sure I would buy any more from this band.
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I really like Theory of a Deadman. Or at least I liked their early material. For this, their fourth studio album is nothing short of being very average.
Gone are the raw hitting sounds of their debut record, replaced with softer, catchier songs with some very cheesy lyrics in places.

Lead single "Lowlife" is a prime example, easily the bands worst single and not a patch on previous songs like "So Happy" or "Nothing Could Come Between Us."
"Bitch Came Back" and "The Truth Is...I Lied About Everything" are equally as awful, (although I will admit to raising a smile to the lyrics of the latter) before a couple of nice ballads show up, "Head Above Water" and "Easy To Love You." Again though nothing comes close to matching their best ballad "Since You've Been Gone" from the "Gasoline" album.

I suppose the sound Theory have taken on this record was inevitable after the success of the song "Bad Girlfriend" from their last album. That song could fit in perfectly here and Theory have jumped on the commercial & mainstream bandwagon, it's music made for rock radio and I've got no doubt millions of teenagers will love it - the simple truth is though it's by far and away Theory's worst record.

Worth mentioning though is the hard hitting and excellent song "We Were Men," which deals with the consequences of war. It's a serious track with far better lyrics, definitely an album highlight.

Bonus track wise you get more a nice mix rockers and ballads, along with acoustic versions of the songs "Out Of My Head" and "Easy To Love You," the latter suiting the acoustic version rather nicely.

In summary then, this isn't a really bad record; it's just not a very good one either.
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I have to agree with the other low scoring reviews on this. I'm seeing Theory of a deadman later this year supporting the brilliant Alter Bridge and superb Black Stone Cherry. I got the last album just to check them out. I really liked it so got 'the truth is'. What a difference. I listened a few times thinking it would grow on me...it hasn't. Lowlife is just Nickelbacks 'Rockstar' re-worked isn't it?
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After the excellent Scars and Souveniers this is a bit of a let down.Where I Hate My Life was a fun/rude hit it was still the worst song on that album.Yet for some reason TOAD seem to think thats the way to go with their latest offering.If your 13-15 and like to say bxxxx AND fxxxx all the time then this album for you.If like me your a lot older and wanted a more heavier rock sound then you might be disappointed.Drag Me To Hell,When We Were Men are the best tracks followed by the more cormercial Head Above Water,Out Of My Head.I suppose if you get four or five good songs out of a twelve track album thats good going.I am not sure TOAD know who their true audience are.This band are capable of writing a truly great album but wont until they stop pandering to the teenage juvenile market.
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I read the mixed reviews and was unsure, but they did a short live set in support of Alter Bridge and played a couple of tracks from it, all good - and I really liked the single 'can't get you out of my head' (track 4) for sentimental as well as musical reasons. I Bought the CD and have played it to death.

I see some talk of superior earlier material that I have no knowledge of, I bought 'scars for souvenirs' and would give that a 'four star' despite some real great tracks, I think this latest offering is more consistently top rate. There is not a bum track on this CD, I love the lyrics, they can be sexist, funny, tragic, apparently heartfelt. A great album and highly enjoyable.

Stop the comparisons with Nickleback, the long road was the last good thing they did, Theory are far, far superior.
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I really loved "Scars and Souvenirs"... It's one of the best rock albums of recent years, and offered a springboard for Theory of a Deadman to escape the shadows of their tutors, Nickelback, and ascend new heights. The only minor disappointment with that album was the occasional tendency to throw in juvenile lyrics and bad language, presumably in the belief that this was what "the kids" needed to hear. Sadly, on this, their follow-up, it is that very tendency that the band have milked mercilessly, swamping some good ideas in a mire of childish innuendo and vulgarity. Disappointing.
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