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Albums That Let Me Down

a few albums that i was looking forward to whenever i first got them, and was left diasppointed and underwhelmed
1Lostprophets
Liberation Transmission


I thought they really had something going with their debut, and Start Something was, despite a bit 'look at me' was a credible follow up. Then comes an overally poppy album with big sing along choruses that when compared to their first is just comercial pap.
2Stone Sour
Come What(ever) May


Awesome s/t album, which showed Corey Taylor was better than Slipknot let people take him for, this is a fail in that its mainly just boring rock that even though it has a couple of good tunes, just doesn't measure up.
3Machine Head
Supercharger


The band's lowest point (obviously). American High is the worst song they will ever make.
4Ill Nino
Confession


Revolution/Revolucion was an enjoyable listen. This is as boring as hell.
5Enter Shikari
Take To The Skies


Didn't reach the hype and praise it was getting for me. Just one decent track, and that's been overplayed far too much.
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