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Time for Annihilation...On the Record and On the Road
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Category: Modern Hard rock
Label: Eleven Seven Music
Catalog Number: ESM 780
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Jacoby Shaddix lead vocals|
Jerry Horton lead guitar, backing vocals
Tobin Esperance bass guitar, backing vocals
Tony Palermo drums, percussion
|1. ||Burn |
|2. ||One Track Mind |
|3. ||Kick In The Teeth |
|4. ||No Matter What |
|5. ||The Enemy |
|6. ||Getting Away With Murder Live |
|7. ||...To Be Loved Live |
|8. ||Lifeline Live |
|9. ||Scars Live |
|10. ||Hollywood Whore Live |
|11. ||Time Is Running Out Live |
|12. ||Forever Live |
|13. ||Between Angels And Insects Live |
|14. ||Last Resort Live |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: September 28, 2010 at 14:29|
|What the hell, why is this on here? This is what we are trying avoid. IMHO this type of music is terrible.
||Date: October 13, 2010 at 14:36|
|Live albums typically make me want to curl into a fetal position and whimper like a little kid crying in the dark for his momma, but the five new studio tracks on here are definitely worth picking up. Anyone who has been scared off like a roach in the light by the band's rap-rock origins should know that they evolved evolved into a bona fide hard rock/metal band several years ago and all traces of their rap-rock roots have vanished like an alien abductee's anal virginity. You'll definitely want to make time to listen to "Kick in the Teeth" with its infectiously hooky rhythms and be stunned by the sheer power ballad brilliancy of "No Matter What," which easily ranks as one of the band's best songs ever. Tracks this good show why you should forgive the band for what they once were and embrace them for what they have become: a damn good modern hard rock band.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: May 6, 2012 at 16:42|
|Hair bands get an awful lot of shit for the cheesy ballads, but in all honesty, I can't think of a single ballad from the '80's that as purely awful as Papa Roach's "No Matter What." In fact, I would say post-grunge bands have the hair bands beat by a country mile when it comes to horrible ballads.
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