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MrCalum
January 30th 2010


371 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Another childhood album

Genrebender12
July 30th 2010


10 Comments


Great songs on this one! Listened to it quiet a bit in my early teens, Pop Emo Metal with great melodies and hooks.
What´s funny is that it sounds like something i would normally hate with passion, but songs like "Still kill the old way" "I don´t know" the title track including the hits like Last Train Home are all great pop tunes with great melodies all way throu including some nice solos and a bit of screamo vocals and electronics here and there, much better than other bands at the time with more succes like "Good Charlote"

bloc
September 10th 2010


57543 Comments


ONETWOTHREEFOUR

GOOOOOOOOOOO!

Digging: Orphaned Land - El Norra Alila

deathtoaji
September 23rd 2010


18 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Classic Lostprophets never gets old. Many very strong songs here though Last Train Home is probably still my favourite on this album. Very good review.

KingAlistair
July 17th 2011


175 Comments


Nostalgia kicks in like crazy with this album- I listened to it so much back in 8th grade it's crazy. I don't think it's perfect like I used to, but I do still think it's a very good album.

FromDaHood
November 21st 2011


9107 Comments


BUT THERE'S STILL TOMORROW
FORGET THE SORROW


FromDaHood
November 21st 2011


9107 Comments


^words to live by

sspedding
January 7th 2012


5247 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

album rawks

ForeignFilm
February 29th 2012


129 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

First album I ever bought back in 2004 when I was 11. I wasn't much into music back then, but I had heard the song "To Hell We Ride" on Need For Speed Underground and one day while I was at a store I decided to buy their album. I was fucking blown away. I listened to the album a ton back then, but as time went on I completely forgot about this band. In the meantime I heard Liberation Transmission was terrible so I never had much of an urge to get back into them. 5 years later, I happened to remember them and look them up again, everything was even better than I remembered. I also checked out The Fake Sound Of Progress, which I had never listened to and loved it as well. Such a great album with some fantastic memories behind it, shame the path they have gone with their more recent albums.

DaveyBoy
Emeritus
March 1st 2012


22486 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

Seeing them live again in 24 hours time & gonna scream my heart out along to Last Train Home, Burn Burn & Rooftops.

sspedding
March 1st 2012


5247 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Rooftops is pretty rubbish though. WAKE UP WAKE UP WAKE UP, I'm so tired of waaaaiiitiiiiing!

Pndi
March 2nd 2012


464 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

They need to make another album like this, or stop being lazy and release the album that was produced by John Feldmann in 2007. The previews sounded like they were going back to a Start Something-like sound. At least we'll get to hear some demos from that album in the deluxe edition of Weapons.

danrawkz
March 31st 2012


370 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Still an amazing album. Impressive songwriting from start to end, you can tell they put a fuckload of time into the layering/melodies in this - i.e. what's missing from the later albums it seems. Bring back the flanger pedal!

patman1001
April 3rd 2012


1024 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

so pissed they arent going to st. louis for warped tour

Gyromania
June 18th 2012


28302 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Going to post a 5-star review in the coming weeks.

Tyrael
June 18th 2012


21113 Comments


You better become contributor after that

DirEnRefused
December 31st 2012


3552 Comments


Yeah, the singer may be a pedophile, but this definitely had its moments.

Gyromania
December 31st 2012


28302 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Yeah, the singer may be a pedophile, but this definitely had its moments.



this is why i try to separate the artist from the art. i'm not going to like the music any less because of a singer's poor life decisions.

Gyromania
December 31st 2012


28302 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

why? there's nothing perverse about this album. it's not like eating something and enjoying it without knowing what it is, and then finding out it's something disgusting and no longer liking it. i like the messages here - especially in sway - and i'd be lying to myself if i said otherwise. i also enjoy music by charles manson. and i know many of you like burzum, despite his heinous crimes.

Gyromania
December 31st 2012


28302 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

no, one of them just had followers mass murder innocent people and the other is a satanist and arsonist. much better.



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