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Getting Away With Murder
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: June 1, 2009 at 0:46|
|If this band is here,there are ton of other bands should be here.
||Date: June 2, 2009 at 20:14|
|This one is decent. Pretty solid modern hard rock but nothing spectacular. 'Not listening' is great and most the songs are pretty decent, but it doesn't even begin to compare to the next two gems.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: June 4, 2009 at 11:52|
|Papa Roach weren't stupid. They smelled the death of rap-metal, and jumped off that s(t)inking Titanic rather than play "Nookie" on the deck as the waters rose. Compared to their first two records, this isn't bad, but it's still average, modern-rock-radio-friendly complaint rock.
||Date: February 26, 2011 at 13:47|
|Papa Roach's subsequent CDs were good enough to make a choir boy slap his mom on the ass and snarl, "Get me a beer, bitch," but this transition album just sort of sits there in middling modern hard rock territory, neither awesome nor abysmal, just taking up space. Kudos to the band for running away from their rap-metal roots like a roach bolting from the light, but it was not until their next album that they found the great hooks and melodic sensibilities that have catulpulted them up several notches. That said, this CD is worth getting for the song "Scars" alone, which was as good as anything that has appeared on their releases since and showcased the great songwriting the band was capable of. Far & away one of the single best tunes Papa Roach ever penned. Modern rock fans may be able to justify not owning this album, but there is no excuse for not at least having that song. That said, some CDs are so awesome you'll slice the neck of a nun to get a copy...this is not one of those CDs.
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