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|3.0 good||Sabrutin | July 19th 18|
It does indeed achieve one thing: make the album sound more metal. However, the price paid is a sound that is also flatter and more plastic. Busy moments like the snare-heavy parts of "Sell It to the World" sound annoyingly flat and the songs sound at times muffled (just listen to the drums in "Divided"...). Still, the remix deserves credit for drawing me to this album, which turns out isn't bad at all, albeit stiff and formulaic. Ultimately I'd say there isn't a winner between this and the original, it depends on how gross you find modern productions to be. Props for the new artwork, though they could have at least kept the original font. Favorites: "I Am Nothing", "Mouth", "Illumination", "Control", "Never Again".
2 Bumps | Bump
|3.5 great||Nightragerz | August 29th 18|
For me this CD is worth a few spins in my car, it?s very nice to sing along. I would have never checked out this album if they
weren’t to release a R/R. By the way, reminds me to renew my R/R on my bike. Ride ahead.
|4.0 excellent||pabcel | May 4th 20|
|3.5 great||Trey STAFF | January 12th 20|
|3.5 great||adios | November 7th 19|
|4.0 excellent||Defcol | October 15th 19|
|4.0 excellent||Host78 | August 5th 18|
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