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Category: Modern Hard Rock
Label: Roadrunner Records
Catalog Number: 618485
|2.||How You Remind Me||3:43|
|3.||Woke Up This Morning||3:50|
|8.||Where Do I Hide||3:38|
|10.||Good Times Gone||5:20|
|Total Running Time:||39:08|
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|From: Geoff||Date: January 18, 2009 at 22:32|
|The first 5 songs on this CD are all okay. 'Just for' and 'Never again' are solid hard rockers, but admittedly the best song on this CD is the ballad we all know; 'How you remind me'. A lot of filler too. Overall, really not that good an album.|
|From: Xenonmusic||Date: September 1, 2010 at 18:05|
|There are no fillers, only crap! crap! crap!|
|From: metalmaniac777||Date: February 17, 2011 at 12:04|
|Arguably the biggest band in modern hard rock, and this is the album that put them there on the strength of the mega-hit single "How you Remind me." There are 3 other good tracks as well ("Never Again, "Just For," & "Too Bad), but surrounding these handful of gems is some pretty banal filler material that sounds like the band wrote it on autopilot. Thankfully, these guys would step things up on subsequent efforts, crafting some truly memorable modern hard rock moments. The debate whether or not melodic rock and modern rock can peacefully coexist will forever rage, and I fall firmly on the side of the argument that says yes, they can, but even the staunchest modern hard rock defender would have a hard time recommending this album for anything other than the aforementioned tracks.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: March 3, 2011 at 22:57|
|Their most successful release up to now...splendid solid rocking songs with that modern "touch"..."Never Again" & "How You Remind Me" are killer tracks undoubtebly,"Woke Up This Morning","Money Bought" & "Where Do I Hide" also rock...Chad is such a great vocalist,a lot of passion he puts to the songs...highly recommended album my friends of Heavy Harmonies .94/100|
|From: Ydol eM||Date: October 26, 2014 at 15:07|
|This music is like a bulldozer crossed with Cadillac. Beyond rather simple and raw rhythms I can feel a flash git's pose (in a good sense of word) and catchy vocal harmonies. These guys drive along the same roads as Creed, The Almighty or Metallica (during their softer era). Hard n'heavy mixed with post-grunge that don't bore. 70/100.|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: June 22, 2017 at 20:22|
|Now that "How You Remind Me" gets airplay on some classic-rock stations, maybe hindsight affords us a different view of this record. Or maybe not. Looking back on songs like "Never Again," it's easy to see that the band succeeded by being among the first (after the Foo Fighters) to marry the vaguely uplifting, fist-pumping nature of arena-rock with the overwhelming drabness of grunge.The whole thing just has this gray, colorless, textbooky feel to it. They make all the "right" moves, but come off so bland in the process. It's typial of people who didn't really pay attention to rock music until after 1991 and then worked, haphazardly backward--never able to fully get out of that Nirvana/AIC paradigm, even those times when they try so hard to rawk. On one hand, it was cool to hear a hard-rock song not set to a hip-hop beat, but once you got past that, it was hard to deny that the riff never really went anywhere. The people who love Nickelback would probably have loved faceless AOR bands|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: June 22, 2017 at 20:24|
|... like REO Speedwagon. (Yeah, I know there are those of you reading this who love REO even to this day--too bad, they sucked.) Overalll, the band's best album is probably Dark Horse, but that's still not saying much. Turn off the fuckin' radio and start exploring!|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: June 22, 2017 at 20:26|
|Scratch that, I meant All The Right Reasons ...|
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