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Category: Modern Hard Rock
Label: Atlantic Records
Catalog Number: ATL 83866
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Brent Smith lead vocals|
Jasin Todd guitar
Barry Kerch drums, percussion
Brad Stewart bass
|1. ||The Dream ||0:59|
|2. ||Heroes ||3:24|
|3. ||Save Me ||3:33|
|4. ||I Dare You ||3:53|
|5. ||Yer Majesty ||3:01|
|6. ||Beyond the Sun ||4:13|
|7. ||Trade Yourself In ||3:32|
|8. ||Lady So Divine ||7:09|
|9. ||Shed Some Light ||3:41|
|10. ||Begin Again ||3:50|
|11. ||Atmosphere ||4:17|
|12. ||Fake ||4:04|
|13. ||Some Day ||3:18|
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|Total Running Time:|| 48:54|
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||Date: June 16, 2011 at 14:07|
|Another throwaway album firmly steeped in post-grunge territory, neither a shining example of how good modern hard rock can be, nor such a letdown that you want to sneer at it in derision. Shinedown would show us on their next album how good they can be, but this sophomore effort offered nothing memorable. This CD is a prime example of the kind of album that when you hear it on the radio, you don't rush to change the station, but nor do you ever voluntarily reach for it in your collection. That said, given how good their next release ("Sound of Madness") turned out, it's easy to forgive them for this mundane misstep.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: June 16, 2011 at 16:43|
|Beg to differ, Metalmaniac. Whenever I hear the singer droning out, "I got a can-dullllllll, and I got a spooooon ..." I start laughing.
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