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W.A.S.P.

Dying for the World

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 2002

Label: Metal-Is Records

Catalog Number: 06076-85232-2

Average Rating: 79 / 100 (12 ratings)

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Personnel
Blackie Lawless lead vocals, guitars, keyboards
Mike Duda bass, vocals
Darrell Roberts lead guitar, vocals
Frankie Banali drums
Tracks
1.  Shadow Man  5:34
2.  My Wicked Heart  5:38
3.  Black Bone Torso  2:15
4.  Hell for Enternity  4:38
5.  Hallowed Ground  5:54
6.  Revengence  5:20
7.  Trail of Tears  5:50
8.  Stone Cold Killers  4:56
9.  Rubber Man  4:25
10.  Hallowed Ground take 5 acoustic  6:08
  
Total Running Time:  50:38

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From: Tony Date: June 24, 2002 at 14:50
One of the better Wasp cd's in a long time. Just very angry sounding and 'Hell For Eternity' is just the angriest, most vicous song I've heard in a long time. Blackie spits out these lyrics like he means it man. Great album to listen to if you want to sweat and just get some aggression out.

From: DAN Date: June 28, 2002 at 17:22
BLACKIE LAWLESS KICKS ASS,AND ANOTHER CLASSIC BY W.A.S.P!!!!

From: Avenger Date: July 1, 2002 at 14:28
Probably one of the worst record I've heard this year. Avoid.

From: Avenger Date: July 1, 2002 at 14:30
Btw Mr. Lawless, can I have my money back ?

From: NIKKIRAYSIMMONS Date: July 26, 2002 at 0:38
AFTER SUCH FINE RELEASES LIKE KFD, DOUBLE LIVE, HELLDORADO & UNHOLY TERROR, WHAT THE HELL DID YOU EXPECT?! WITH A STRING OF 'DUDS' WASP & BLACKIE PRODUCED YET ANOTHER TO ADD TO THE COLLECTION! IT'S LIKE WATCHING THE FRIDAY THE 13TH SERIES... YOU CAN ONLY TAKE SO MUCH. THIS COULD BE WASP AT IT'S WORST! AND THE 9.11 BABBLE BY LAWLESS IS JUST TOO DAMN PREDICTATABLE... MUSIC TO KILL MUSIC TO? REALLY?! I GUESS IF THIS IS ALL YOU HAD TO LISTEN TO... AVOID THIS. OR NOT IT'S REALLY UP TO YOU.

From: SUMO SID Date: July 27, 2002 at 11:11
Angry Blackie rocks again!

From: mojo Date: July 28, 2002 at 15:11
I beleive most W.A.S.P fans would agree that this is their best album since Headless Children. Blackie is back on track. 9 out of 10.

From: canadian metal Date: August 19, 2002 at 17:37
this album rocks blackie is back and sounds as mean as ever BLACKIE BRING THE TOUR TO TORONTO PLEASE!!!!

From: canadian metal Date: August 19, 2002 at 17:46
btw Blackie if you do come to toronto please add TORMENTOR to the set

From: samolice Date: January 28, 2003 at 18:12
Right Mojo! We must encourage WASP for this album. Nothing common with the last 3! A real great rock album with a real fuckin' great guitar player! Always love you Blackie

From: Marc Date: February 11, 2003 at 0:54
One of Blackies greatest projects to date! Blackie is like a madern day poet spewing the words we are all thinking! I cannot wait for the next album.

From: SPOTLIGHT Date: May 7, 2003 at 9:02
MUSIC TO KILL TERRORISTS BY!

From: Bean Date: May 26, 2003 at 17:38
This is another great album by WASO & Blackie. Another journey in themind of Blackie. He feels & writes what most people feels, with the 9:11 trajedy & the ever increasing terror attacks around the world. Fuck terrorist........ long live Blackie & WASP. 'Bang the head that does not bang'

From: Bean Date: May 26, 2003 at 17:40
This 'Avenger' dude obviously never listened to WASP before or likes rock/metal music. He/shee needs to pull thier head out of thier ass & listen to Rock and stop listening to Pop music

From: CrueFiend Date: June 8, 2003 at 2:50
This CD is one of the best ever from WASP. It is probably the best since The Headless Children album. Every song on this CD kicks ass.

From: metal T Date: July 24, 2003 at 18:21
If i wanted a sermon Mr.Lawless i would go get a Stryper record.Get off your soapbox and bring Chris Holmes back to the band.

From: Rocker65 Date: July 31, 2003 at 14:25
W.A.S.P. still kick ass in 2002!!! GREAT album!

From: Motley Date: September 15, 2003 at 16:32
Im probably gonna get killed and really stomped on right now but to my defense I just wanna say that along with Motley, Kiss, Twisted Sister, these guys was the reason for me to ever starting listening to this great music in the early 80's. BUT after Helldorado I hoped for some more melody and balls. I really dont like the guitar sound and teh songs keeps on sounding to equal. I guess I wanted more and more from Wasp and apparently I didnt. Shame shame but I never said I hated it,

From: Motley Date: September 15, 2003 at 16:34
but these piece surely misses loads of the old stuff. Saw them in Wacken festival 2 years ago and they kicked dog pile!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Blackie did all the legendary stunts on stage and I saw TUFF's guitarist with him, THAT was a surprise and hearing him play Sleeping in the fire. Never thought I was gonna live to hear that classic power ballad live on front og my eyes!!!!

From: Fat Freddy Date: December 30, 2003 at 15:33
Any WASP fan knows that Blackie's at his best when he's good and pissed off. If the liner notes and the songs on this vicious little platter are any indication, September 11th gave him MORE than enough material to work with. This is the angriest WASP disc since KFD, and it's infinitely more listenable.

From: Eyon Date: January 29, 2004 at 2:43
I've love W.A.S.P....since W.A.S.P....I have all of their albums all is Great..the only knit picking I might have a bit was with 'still not Black enough'...'cept for that Mr. Lawless is worthy of the abdicated Metal Throne of the Elders along with U.D.O. Dsikschneider...this is where real metal's at

From: Scott Date: July 29, 2004 at 12:43
This is more like it! After the dismal Helldorado in which Blackie returned to trying to shock with his 'wicked ways' rather than just writing quality metal, he returns with a much more personal album. Unholy Terror has far better lyrical ideas and certainly better song writing. While I may not agree with some of Blackie's view points, I can see is that Blackie has developed a passion about his music that has gone beyond gimmick into something far more interesting than saw blades and raw meat.

From: LUST Date: March 19, 2005 at 1:14
Still lacks the 'punch' of their earlier stuff. A few great tunes though - Trail of Tears is amazing work. Blackie is a genious.

From: poproxx2007 Date: December 22, 2005 at 23:32
'Hallowed Ground' one of the best WASP songs of all time. Some filler stuff, but a solid release from Blackie. 8/10

From: Aussie Dave Date: December 26, 2006 at 20:25
Yet another consistent album from Blackie. Not as many great tracks as 'Unholy Terror', but still pretty fine! 'Shadow Man', 'My Wicked Heart' and the great ballad 'Hallowed Ground(acoustic)' stand out. A lot of the other tracks we have heard WASP do similarly on other albums. Still a pretty cool release from WASP! 7.5/10.....

From: Metal T Date: November 10, 2008 at 14:46
Some mean and unbridled anger on this one.Like some of the earlier comments suggest a pissed-off WASP is a good WASP.If im not mistaken at the time BL called this 'music to kill people by'.Good stuff throughout.Hmmm don't remember posting on this one back in '03 nice to see i was imitated above by one 'metal T' Why.. im so flattered-Do agree though 'Holmes' should be brought back to WASP.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 23, 2009 at 18:59
Just bought this album and love it!!!...Blackie Lawless is a warrior of a 1000 battles!!!..shamely he's has been underrated somehow even though famousy has knocked his door from time 2 time..."Black Bone Torso" (with that little creepy beginning)"Hell 4 Eternity" and "Stone Cold Killers" are a few 2 mention but the album is worth every song it brings!!!.90/100

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: January 21, 2011 at 21:51
A really strong, underrated release from W.A.S.P. The events of 9/11 serve as the subject matter for many of the songs, yet Blackie does it in such a way that it doesn't come off as pandering or overly topical like so many other artists did. "Shadow Man" and 'Hell For Eternity" are ferocious rockers, and "Hollow Ground" is just about the best song about 9/11 I can think of, for the reason already stated. W.A.S.P. is known for the heavier stuff, but Blackie has always had a talent for the mellower, emotional tracks as well, and "Trail of Tears" is another excellent one. Unfortunately, this disc was followed by the bloated, two-part Neon God concept album, which to me was just a rehash of the Crimson Idol's themes, and I never fully regained my interest in the band.


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