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Category: Modern Hard Rock
Label: DGC Records
Catalog Number: B0012651-02
|1.||Days of War|
|2.||Change or Die|
|4.||I Almost Told You That I Loved You|
|7.||Live This Down|
|8.||March Out of the Darkness|
|9.||Into the Light|
|11.||Nights of Love|
|12.||State of Emergency|
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|From: Geoff||Date: June 2, 2009 at 19:55|
|Awesome slab of hard rock here. Not quite as wonderful as their previous disc, but a disc to really get you in the mood for action. From the moment this starts, it's in-your-face hard rock, and it doesn't let up until the more commercial and wonderful rocker 'Lifeline', which is followed by my favourite track of the album, 'Had enough'. Great balladic melodic number. 'Live this down' is another monster rocker, and I actually like the second half of the disc better. 'March Out of the Darkness' is another killer melodic rocker, 'Nights of love' has a gigantic hook and is another of the album's best, as is 'Stae of emergency'. The beauty of this disc is that there is not a weak moment here. Essential listening for any hard rock fan.|
|From: GlenRavine||Date: June 8, 2009 at 18:21|
|Good DISC - the single 'Lifeline' is massive - I wish the DISC was more geared with that type of song. Production is amazing, the songs are good, don't expect anything like 'Lifeline', but if you have been a fan of the past - this is def. worth checking out, I found this release more melodic as compared to their other stuff.|
|From: metalmaniac777||Date: February 27, 2011 at 13:11|
|Oldschool headbangers who believe good music stopped being created circa. 1989 will probably curl up in the fetal position in the corner and whimper for their daddies when this modern hard rock monster comes cranking out of the speakers, but for those of us who enjoy some of the current music scene, this was one of the best albums of 2009. The album title is particularly fitting, as this was the release on which Papa Roach abandoned their rap-metal origins once and for all and morphed into a straight-up hard rock outfit (arguably, they pulled this off on their previous CD, but the evolution was solidified here, proving that this was, indeed, the new style of the band). This sounds nothing like early Papa Roach, and that is as welcome as single guy finding out the pregnancy test turned out negative after a drunken one night stand.|
|From: hair metal again||Date: February 17, 2020 at 19:07|
|very good release for PAPA ROACH getting into a more hard rocking path always in a modern way of course !the sound is massive ,the energy is present ,fine songwriting and the result pretty good!"lifeline" is a fantastic song ,but the rest is also very strong!every PAPA ROACH release is worth getting|
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