Lostprophets The Fake Sound Of Progress
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SlowlyFallingAwake
November 21st 2009



78 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This album blows my mind every time. Kobrakai crushes everything (it sounds so violent, so much agression in it, I still don't know how they did it) else on this album. Shinobi, Fake sound of progress, Still laughing and For sure are superb too I was surprised though, never knew Lostprophets had created such a great album before they released 'Start Something'. I'm a bit disappointed I haven't found out about it earlier than I did.

Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
November 21st 2009



8221 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

first 3 songs are great, possibly Kobrakai too, but the rest is incredibly dull and shitty. Really don't get the hype for this album and for the band either

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Writer
November 21st 2009



136 Comments


I agree with you. I can't stand the singer's voice.

Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
November 21st 2009



8221 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

I hate his screams, 100% cringe-worthy imo. I looked past them on "Five Is A Four Letter Word" and a bit on "Kobrakai" too (although imo they ruin the track quie a bit), but the rest of the album, the vocalists cringe-worthy screaming and horrible high-note singing are untolerable.

deathtoaji
September 23rd 2010



18 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

A very good debut album for a very good band, Lostprophets albums very successfully contrast in their sound while still keeping the same root feeling(even in Liberation Transmission).

thumbcrusher
December 31st 2010



3546 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

this is way better than their other albums

DaveyBoy
Staff Reviewer
April 30th 2011



20825 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

The quickly & cheaply recorded debut LP from Lostprophets is a scattershot affair that is occasionally fun, but does not come together as a cohesive whole. This is predominantly due to the experimentation & genre-mixing taking place, with the best (& occasionally distracting) comparison being Faith No More. The tracks that work best are those that take advantage of Lee Gaze's impressive guitar range & it is a testament to the band's potential that they pull some cuts off. However, with so much filler, this is more a curiosity piece for fans of the group's later work. Recommended Tracks: And She Told Me To Leave, Ode To Summer & The Fake Sound of Progress.

DirEnRefused
October 6th 2012



1963 Comments


some genuinely good stuff on here. probably better than start something, that's more varied but more inconsistent.

DirEnRefused
October 6th 2012



1963 Comments


yeah but kobrakai.

actually i'm looking at the tracks and start something is probs better. stuff like hello again and goodbye tonight are still gay as fuck though.

DirEnRefused
October 6th 2012



1963 Comments


eurgh listening again, watkins is so fucking bad.

Pndi
November 3rd 2012



451 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

it looks like they're finally playing some TFSOP oldies again, it's time to give it some new listens

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
November 3rd 2012



9492 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

I dig this album way more than you guys.

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slipnslide
February 6th 2013



2640 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

album is :] thx

flukemmviii
April 22nd 2013



19 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Lostprophets are an American nu-metal bands from Wales, UK lol

BigPleb
October 30th 2013



28602 Comments


Some great tunes on here.

slidenslip
November 27th 2013



1016 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

might bump up to a 5 now. watkins is gonna reach varg status soon

KILL
November 27th 2013



67082 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

rly bad band even before he was diddlin

demigod!
November 27th 2013



40970 Comments


never heard a single jam by these guys but i bet they blow in many fashions

KILL
November 27th 2013



67082 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

i used to kinda like the dragon song when i was 12 but apart from that

gay

Gwyn.
November 27th 2013



14017 Comments


the fake sound of prog lol



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