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    The Fundamental Elements of Southtown
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (24 August, 1999)
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    With their aggro music, tattoos, piercings, and dreadlocks, P.O.D. (Payable on Death) might be conveniently filed next to Deftones or Rage Against the Machine. However, like U2, whose "Bullet the Blue Sky" they cover, P.O.D. are actually a Christian-based rock band, though not overtly religious enough to scare nonbelieving music fans away. This multiethnic quartet from the Southtown area of San Diego purveys an amalgam of modern music; elements of rap, metal, reggae, and hip-hop permeate this 16-track debut. P.O.D. doesn't bring much new to their hybrid style on The Fundamental Elements of Southtown, but what they do, they do well. From the gentle, reggae-tinged "Set Your Eyes to Zion" to the heavy grind of "Hollywood" and the rap-metal of "Lie Down," P.O.D.'s diverse and rockin' musical messages of positivism should make the foursome, already well known on the Christian rock circuit, a band to reckon with in secular circles. --Katherine Turman ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars a great album
    P.O.D.s first major release The Fundamental Elements Of Southtown was an instant hit and is still one of my faverites.
    Let me give you a song-by-song review.

    Greetings. This was an okay intro but I mostly skip this song.

    Hollywood. This is pretty cool, but not a standout song. it talks about material things don't make you happy.

    Southtown. One of the best songs P.O.D. has ever made. It talks about life on the streets.

    Checkin' Levels. My only complaint about this song is it's to short. Great rapping by Sonny.

    Rock The Party ( Off The Hook ) This song is what shot P.O.D. to fame on MTV. It talks about having good clean fun and spreading God's love.

    Lie Down. It is another great song with great rapping and cool hard core sounds.

    Set Your Eyes To Zion. This isn't my faverite song but is still worth checking out.

    Lo Siento. It is an okay song but theres no singing. Just skip to the next one.

    Bullet The Blue Sky. This song is kind of wierd. I don't know what P.O.D. is talking about in this song. But they do mention Jacob wrestling with God. I'd give it a 6-10.

    Psalm 150. This is cool because you hear Psalm 150 in Hebrew.

    Image. I like the hard sound to this. One of my faverites on this cd. Some people think it's okay, but I realy like it.

    Shouts. All they do is thank thier fans. Nothing big.

    Tribal. A hard core rapping with a great chorus. A standout track.

    Freestyle. Another great rap song. Great chorus.

    Follow Me. P.O.D. says what Jesus say in the Gospel. Cool song.

    Outcast. When P.O.D. says outcast, they are saying Christian.
    Listen to the surprise at the end. You'll have to fast forward some but it is a cool sound.

    I like this cd because P.O.D. shows that they don't forget where they came from. If you like hard core but want happy positive lyrics, get this cd.

    3-0 out of 5 stars This is P.O.D.'s Peak, imo..
    The Bullet the Blue Sky cover gives it a three. This is the best song on here, imo. The other songs are ok, some catchy hooks here and there. There's a little filler, which I always skip. The main riff from Hollywood sounds like it was 'borrowed' from the chorus of Thomas Dolby's "She Blinded Me With Science" and sped up, lol. Greetings is pretty cool as well as Outkast. I also like the clean guitars in Tribal Warriors. Overall it's an ok album if you dig this style of rock.

    5-0 out of 5 stars P.O.D. The Fundamental Elements of Southtown
    DARN!!! I Was going to say this CD was worth buying just for Rock the Party and Southtown, but having listened to the rest of the songs, I's have to say that it's worth it for just about any 2 songs on here! Buy this CD! ... Read more

    Asin: B00000JZBU
    Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Alternative Pop/Rock    3. Pop    4. Post-Grunge    5. Rap-Metal    6. Rock   


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    Proof That the Youth Are Revolting
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (02 November, 1999)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Four years of it and I still can't get enough!!!!!!!!!!!
    I've had this cd for four years now and I still listen to it every day.For a live album, this one is awesome! Most live albums are not good. This is totaly opposite. LISTEN TO THE HIDDEN TRACK ON "EVERY NEW DAY"!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Five Irons Gratest CD Ever!
    This Was My First Five Iron CD my second was Chesses of Nazareth. When I first listened to One Girl Army, Oh, Canada, A Flowery Song, Dandilions, Suckerpunch, ansd so on I fell in love with Five Irons sound and had to get all of there cds. There one of my favorite bands and if you haven't got this cd i would highly recomend it. It has the awsomest mix of Five Irons early songs. Which I think are the best.I would give this cd 10 stars but they won't let me.


    Five Iron Frenzy Rules!

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Quintessential Five Iron? Perhaps
    Five Iron Frenzy makes a solid compilation of some of their best songs with the release of this live album, which will delight die-hard fans of the Denver ska-core ensemble and curious listeners alike. One of the things that has always set Five Iron Frenzy apart from other groups in their genre has been their unique stage presence and sense of humor, (which encludes dressing as the cast of Star Trek and crowd surfing a giant pinata filled with chili across their crowd) and these qualities are shown in this album. However, apart from the outrageously entertaining gimmicks of their live preformances, Five Iron Frenzy also offers fine musicianship and songwriting which is played out with even more energy than their studio records. These aspects distinguish the band from their contemporaries and make for an exillarating live experience. In short, Five Iron is a dish best experienced live, but this album is the next best thing (and is sadly the only thing available after the band announced their breakup in late November of 2003.) ... Read more

    Asin: B0000296XV
    Sales Rank: 83067
    Subjects:  1. Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Pop    3. Post-Grunge    4. Punk-Pop    5. Rock    6. Ska    7. Ska-Punk    8. Third Wave Ska Revival   


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    All the Hype That Money Can Buy
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (25 April, 2000)
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    3-0 out of 5 stars Might have been good as a first attempt
    Let me start out with a disclaimer: a lot of people love this album, and, musically it's sound. (no pun intended) FIFs constantly changing style missed me with this album, although "ugly day" was acceptable, it sounded much better on the live album...
    If you're a FIF fan you'll like it. If you're not, try Electric Boogaloo or "Our newest album ever" first. (Electric Boogaloo was the best IMO, but i think i'm in the minority on that choice )

    3-0 out of 5 stars Worst FIF album ever
    This album came during a very difficult time for Five Iron Frenzy. One of their chief song writers left the group before songs for this album were written, and the various members of the band (all 8 of them) kind of traded off on song writing duties for this album. As a result, it lacks the unity in sound that a lot of their other albums had (Electric Boogaloo has the same failing, but not to the same extent).

    This is, in my opinion, the least catchy and least appealing of all FIF albums. I was a hardcore fan before this came out, I bought it on the first day and I remember sitting in the car listening to it on the way home and my girlfriend saying to me "It kind of [bad isn't] it" I hated to agree, but I had to.

    For the FIF beginner go for one of their first two albums or the Quantity is Job 1 EP for their finer work. Eventually the FIF faithful talked themselves into liking this one, but without the previous FIF experience, this album will really fall flat for the uninitiated.

    The only really stand out track on the album is A New Hope (and possibly Solidarity). Go buy those two songs on ITunes, and you aren't missing much of anything from the rest of the album.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Fun CD
    I bought this CD after I heard about FIF from a friend and I am really glad that I did. At first I thought that many of the songs sounded similar, but after a few listens I can now appreciate them all individually. The songs on this CD are fun and are uplifting. I especially enjoy Phantom Mullet, Ugly Day and Greatest Story Ever Told. Five Iron Frenzy is a unique group that should appeal to most people. I recommend this CD to anyone looking for a different type of music that you don't normally hear. ... Read more

    Asin: B00004SQXU
    Sales Rank: 85342
    Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Post-Grunge    3. Rock    4. Ska    5. Ska-Punk    6. Third Wave Ska Revival   


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    Upbeats & Beatdowns
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (03 November, 1998)
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    4-0 out of 5 stars A little inconsistent, but a lot of fun to listen to
    This album contains a good portion of Five Iron Frenzy's best songs, including their consensus best song, "A Flowery Song." There are some tracks I find a bit annoying, boring, or repetitive in the middle of the album, but the beginning and the end make it worthwhile. A lot of the songs won't be the type to be your favorite song, but they're enjoyable to listen to. Not just that, but unlike a lot of ska, Five Iron Frenzy songs often make you want to sing along. The lyrics are actually a bit heavy with political and social commentary, but that's easy enough to ignore if you want to.

    If you're looking for some poppy ska, buy this album, and you won't regret it, if only because you'll hear "A Flowery Song."

    5-0 out of 5 stars FiF in general
    This cd, like all of FiF's is a great cd, with meaningful, and sometimes comical songs... with a religious attitude and all the talent they need, i'd rush out and not only get this cd, but all of them... they're not often blatantly religious about things, rather, they have hidden meanings in thier songs, and address problems with the real world, and real people...

    Songs like "A Flowery Song"(our newest album ever, and live...), "Amalgamate"(upbeats and beatdowns), "World Without End"(all the hype that money can buy) and my favorite, "Every New Day" (live) and the alternate version of it "On Distant Shores" from their last album (the end is near) are beautifully written and performed songs about God...

    Songs like "My Evil Plan to Save the World"(quantity is job1), "Suckerpunch"(live), and "Handbook for the Sellout"(live) are more punk/ska type songs, that still have their own significances...

    overall, FiF is a great band, with lovely, and sometimes funny songs... you should get this cd... buh, if you only get one... get the "Live: Proof the Youth are Revolting" cd...

    4-0 out of 5 stars A must have.
    My wife actually put me onto FIF - and she hates punk and ska!I love ska and punk and told my wife one day that I wished I could find a Christian ska band and she found FIF for me (this was a few years ago).I thought OK, cool, but let's see if they're any good.Yup, they're one of the best. I get a kick out of the sarcasm in "The Old West" and "Beautiful America."The quote from Westside Story - priceless."A Flowery Song" has to be the most creative arraingment of the Doxology that I've ever heard (I'm almost tempted to give this disc 5 stars for "A Flowery Song" alone). A bit of advice - get this disc now and listen to it over and over - you'll have trouble finding anything much better.

    SDG ... Read more

    Asin: B00000FDBV
    Sales Rank: 17033
    Subjects:  1. Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Pop    3. Post-Grunge    4. Punk-Pop    5. Rock    6. Ska    7. Ska-Punk    8. Third Wave Ska Revival   


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    Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (16 June, 1998)
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    Reviews (151)

    5-0 out of 5 stars this really gives me a good sense of feeling!!!!!!
    this is great!!!!!!i love every track of this album......

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great!
    This CD is awesome!!!I was slightly dissapointed becuz ppl said that this was the best one they ever made.I kinda like Ten years and BE&A better.I'm sorry to say there new stuff is cooler.But only becuz the old stuff is a lil' repetitive.I still love it though!!!MXPX ROX!!!!Peace!

    5-0 out of 5 stars THIS CD IS FREAKIN' SWEEEETT!!!!!!!!
    From the opening blast of "Under Lock and Key" to the final riff of the Theme Fiasco, MxPx delivers the best melodic punk rock I've heard. The songs are so catchy and meaningful you cant even help it but to fall in love. No, you do not have to be a Christian to enjoy MxPx, especially with this album.Some say that "Fist v. Tact" isnt a good song, personally I think it rocks, they're just mad cause they cant figure out the words. Anyway this is a must buy or burn or whatever you like just get it, NOW! ... Read more

    Asin: B000007QDM
    Sales Rank: 23589
    Subjects:  1. Alternative CCM    2. Alternative Pop/Rock    3. CCM    4. Christian Punk    5. Pop    6. Punk-Pop    7. Rock   


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    At the Show
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (27 July, 1999)
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    Finally, an over-the-top live album intended to satisfy all of you MxPx fans out there. After ultra-high-energy studio affairs like Life in General and Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo, At the Show is chock full of live versions of MxPx classics such as "I'm OK, You're OK," "Chick Magnet," and "The Downfall of Western Civilization." Produced by the Descendents' Bill Stevenson, this Washington-based trio blaze through 23 (count 'em) uptempo anthems that, while still derivative of faux Brit punks like Green Day, never fail to deliver the punk-rock goods. With a moderately rousing and extremely accurate version of the Ramones's "KKK," MxPx show that they've certainly done their punk homework, but you have to be a dedicated follower to find this collection absolutely essential. --Mitch Meyers ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars What Are You Talking About???
    Some people are saying that this is for die hard fans (which I am) but that isn't true. It shows how much energy they have at their shows. So if you are new to MxPx or you are an old fan, this is a great album. Invitation to Understanding is done a lot faster then usual. The KKK Took My Baby Away was done really well as well. But the best part of the CD is Chick Magnet. I love Mike's bass solo and his cool "Ba do da" part near the end rocks. So, in summary, this is great and you should get it as well as "Panic" which is going to be awesome.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Even Better Live!
    This CD rocks!I love every song except for Downfalll of Western Civilization. Hate to say it, but this song completely sucks. Don't let this mislead you though, every other song ROCKS! If your new to MXPX, first buy Let It Happen, then get this.
    Fav. songs on At The Show:
    Im OK Your OK
    Punk Rawk Show
    KKK Took My Baby Away-Ramones Rock!
    Cold and all alone

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good live CD!!!
    Of course nothing beats actually seeing them live, but the recording is decent. It doesn't really capture their power though. You see MXPX does their best with their older stuff, and if it were up to me they'd make one that would top Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo or Pokinatcha, but sadly they decided to go and produce boring pop-punk stuff, but this CD will remind you of what they use to be. A definate must buy!!! ... Read more

    Asin: B00000JMXH
    Subjects:  1. Alternative CCM    2. Alternative Pop/Rock    3. Christian Punk    4. Pop    5. Punk-Pop    6. Rock   


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    Blindside
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (23 December, 1997)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Loved em from the start!!
    I loved Blindside from the start, the second album turned me off to much screamin not enough music but the new stuff is awsome and the old school roots of this album were my roots!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars BLINDSIDE ROXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    oh my god blindside is the most best band ever. all there cds are hardcore only people like me can handle there music it is insane. there concert at cornerstone rocked. I highly rcomend this band to hard rockers. they rock my face off.

    5-0 out of 5 stars This cd is Awesome
    This cd blow me away... it is awesome! I love the teddy bear song, plus there is no hardcore CHRISTIAN band like them. I love this cd and there other cd are even better "About a Burning Fire" is there newest cd, it is really good. Plus there "Silence" cd is awesome! I not to crazy about there "A Thought Crushed My Mind" cd, but it's good. :-)

    I would recommend that if you like hardcore music you should get this cd...

    *Sparky
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    Asin: B000001Z2Q
    Sales Rank: 96772
    Subjects:  1. Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Pop    3. Rap-Metal    4. Rock   


    A Thought Crushed My Mind
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (25 January, 2000)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars I'm a vampire
    This is the first Blindside CD I heard, and thinking since this one was sooo good, I bought the "Silence" and was disappointed. Despite what other people say on reviews of their other CD's, this CD is REALLY GOOD. I think Nara is the song that he sings in Swedish, towarsds the end, the CD gets mellow, but a very good kind of mellow. When I get money, I want to own this CD again. King of the Closet was an instant fave of mine, I loved the lyrics.

    4-0 out of 5 stars A mind crushed by thought...
    I had been told that this, along with their self-titled, were Blindside's best albums, so I bought them. I haven't heard their new stuff yet, but after listening to this and the ST I doubt they could do much better without getting repetitive. A Thought starts out strong with 'Vow of Silence' and never stops. 'King of the Closet' is easily the best song on the album, with an awesome vocal/screaming solo intro. It seems hard to listen to the whole album all the way through, though I'm not sure why. All in all a good album, but I'd still recommend the ST over it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars if it were possible i would this album 10 stars
    By far this album is in my opinion is the best album BLINSIDE has releases yet, silence, andabout a burning fire are great albums but this album does not shows blindside at its finestthe music it EXCELLENT. Musical arragments are like none other.Finding a decent christian rock band is hard (thank GOD 4 project 86 and DEMON HUNTER)most of them sound them same. But BLINDSIDE is uncomparable to any other christian Rock band i've have yet to hear. the closest band i would say reminds me of them musically wise would be S.O.A.D. (system of a down) and even then i would rather listen to " A thought crushed my mind" ... Read more

    Asin: B00000ID2N
    Sales Rank: 90946
    Subjects:  1. Alternative CCM    2. Alternative Metal    3. Alternative Pop/Rock    4. Hardcore Punk    5. Indie Rock    6. Pop    7. Punk Revival    8. Rap-Metal    9. Rock   


    Drawing Black Lines
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (21 March, 2000)
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    4-0 out of 5 stars Second best Project 86 album...
    Why Project 86 decided to follow counterparts POD into the abyss known commercially as "selling out" is a complete mystery to me. We all know why they did it: the idea of more money. However, Project 86's type of abrasive and in-your-face sound and lyricism has never been a very marketable one. POD's success depended on their ability to completely tone down their music and message, and create pop-rock songs that spoke to the nation's youth about how to have a good time, yet simultaneously "preached" to them about how much they needed God; POD became the ethnic Creed.

    The thing that really bugs me the most about Project 86 was that they were THE band that had the most potential out of POD and them. They had the front man, they had the sound, they had the lyrics. And most of all, they had the conviction that POD seemed to shed away once the idea of more money showed itself. But, sadly, this has gone and Project 86 has lost their edge. But have no fear, they still have Drawing Black Lines and their Self-Titled albums for their fans.

    I give Drawing Black Lines four stars because of the tracks Star and Twenty-Three. They are a complete waste of listening time. Scrap both of these songs and you have an album that is arguably harder and better-produced. But because the Self-Titled has not one skippable track, and this album does, I can say without any doubt in my mind that the Self-Titled is better. Also, the lyrics for the Self-Titled are head and shoulders above Drawing Black Line's lyricism. Stars and Twenty-Three are songs that showed Project 86 experimenting with their sound. It didn't work then, and it doesn't work now. On to the tracks.

    Tracks 1-6 are the albums meat and potatoes. Those songs are, Stein's Theme, One Armed Man, Me Against Me, PS, Set Me Up, and Chimes. And are up there with anything off of the Self-Titled album. After those six songs, the remaining four songs (I am excluding Star and Twenty-Three) are just good hard-rock songs. Those four songs are, A Toast to My Former Self, Sad Machines, Chapter 2, and Open Hand. The last four are anthemic in nature, as in they repeat themselves alot. Especially the songs Chapter 2 and Open Hand.

    All in all, this is a good release. But not as good as the Self-Titled. Also, as I read some of the reviews I noticed a review posted by FunnyBobKavlin stating that the lyrics were about suicide and what not. This is the problem when a band like Project 86 begins the process of selling out, their music starts appealing to people who don't actually listen to the music and the lyrics, but just whether or not it is catchy and mainstream. To correct FunnyBobKavlin. The song in which the character is speaking about slitting wrists, is titled Me Against Me. The line is "Slitting our wrists/running for sympathy" now, I don't expect people like FunnyRobert to get this. This is actually a statement of the nature of human beings. It is about the sinful nature of people. Slitting your wrists and running for sympathy a metaphor for how incredibly self-destructive people are to themselves and those around them, and that after a person does something like this, they always want sympathy from God; they want forgiveness. It is a simple statement of the evil nature of people. FunnyRobert also mentioned a line from the song Chimes. Chimes is about a person who has died and gone to hell and how, when he was alive, everything that his flesh wanted seemed OK. But once he had died he wished he could "rewind the clock and attempt to play back" which means that he wishes he could live his life over again and not do all of the things that were tempting him.

    Like I said, this music is not for the masses and it really bugs me that they have tried to make it for the masses. I know they want to get their music and message out, but what a lot of people don't realize is that the majority they are seeking to get their message to are more like FunnyBobKavlin. They don't understand it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars whoa
    This cd is frickin amazing. I just recently saw them in concert and it reminded me to get this cd out and listen to it Me Against Me is a such an great song. Then again just about everysong on this cd is awesome

    5-0 out of 5 stars Projects Best YET!!
    A song by song break down on a scale of 1-10:
    1. Stain's Theme 10/10 A solid starter!
    2. One-Armed Man (Play On) 10/10 one of the best songs on this cd.
    3. Me Against Me 10/10 another one of the best songs on this cd!
    4. PS9/10
    5. Set Me Up 10/10 BEST SONG ON THIS CD!!
    6. Chimes8/10 a decent song
    7. Toast to My Former Self 10/10
    8. Sad Machines 10/10
    9. Star 9/10 A awesome piano song.
    10. Chapter 2 10/10One of my personal favs!
    11. Open Hand 9/10
    12. Twenty-Three9/10
    An awesome cd get this if your a ture Project 86 fan! Cuz its there best work! ... Read more

    Asin: B00004S5FE
    Sales Rank: 44175
    Subjects:  1. Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Pop    3. Rap-Metal    4. Rap-Rock    5. Rock   


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    War Rocket Ajax
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (10 August, 1999)
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    3-0 out of 5 stars Punkabilly
    The music of War Rocket Ajax can be characterized as punkabilly (or some have called it psychobilly, although I don't really feel that describes it) - punk with a constantly driving beat and a southern-fried feel.

    They do remind me of Social Distortion, but they don't sound like them.Instead, think Social D meets Offspring - but don't expect WRA to BE EXACTLY like either of these bands, because they're not.What you can expect is an album full of driving, upbeat punk rock with southern influences and some wry lyrics.For a change of pace, try War Rocket Ajax.

    4-0 out of 5 stars A good CD to add to your collection
    I bought this Cd a few days ago and I love it.I am good friends with the band and my band(General Direction) has played with them many times.The songs are catchy and well written, the lyrics are meaningful.Go check itout

    3-0 out of 5 stars It is cool but too soft to be called hard rock .
    I bought the cd when my friend told my they were an awesome hard rock band. I think he was wrong about being a hard rock band, but he was right when he said they were a cool band. ... Read more

    Asin: B00000JYZO
    Sales Rank: 193281
    Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Rock   


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