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5.0 classic
Bob Dylan Highway 61 Revisited
Bob Dylan, one of, if not the greatest poet and musician in modern history, hit his high point with the release of Highway 61 Revisited. Not a single bad, or even an average track on the entire album make this album a classic. Often voted one of the greatest albums of all time, anyone could see why when you pick this up.
Elliott Smith Either/Or
Elliott Smith put together a collection of albums on par with anyone in the alternative scene in the last two or so decades. Easily one of the most important artists of this generation, and a perfect example of this is the nearly perfect LP Either/Or. Released in 1997, the album gained large critical success, as well it should have. Without a single bad song, Smith took his career to the next level with such songs as 2:45 AM and Say Yes. Intelligent lyrics over his beautiful voice make for a modern masterpiece that will be enjoyed for years to come.
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin III
Led Zeppelin hit their peak with their third studio release. The band focused more on folk aspects, rather then the blues sound they became known for. The album is filled with classics, which Im sure every fan knows. Songs like Gallows Pole, Out On The Tiles Bron-Y-Aur Stom, and of course the almighty Immigrant Song make for a turly classic piece of work.
Radiohead OK Computer
The album where Radiohead perfected the alt rock sound, and hit a level of respect few bands get a chance to hold. The album does not have a throw away track, and is more then worth the price tag to anyone out there, not just alt rock or pop rock fans but any music fan in general. This album is a must in any music collection.

4.5 superb
...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead Source Tags and Codes
At the Drive-In Relationship of Command
Beck Sea Change
Bob Dylan The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan Blood on the Tracks
Broken Social Scene Broken Social Scene
Death From Above You're a Woman, I'm a Machine
Dinosaur Jr. Dinosaur
dredg El Cielo
Elliott Smith XO
Elliott Smith From a Basement on the Hill
Elliott Smith is one of the most beloved and respected singer/ songwriters of this generation, and after listening to past work, anyone can see why. Poetic lyrics over beautiful vocals make for a great listening experience. Sadly, Smith took his own life before even this album was released, but his work lives on. With the release of From A Basement On The Hill, Smiths body of work has proven, even in death, he can move people. Another great album lyrically, good guitar work and keys at times. Not his best album bu any stretch of the imagination, but solid nonetheless. Recommend this to anyone that likes music, that simple.
Elliott Smith Roman Candle
Explosions in the Sky The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place
Explosions in the Sky Those Who Tell the Truth...
Godspeed You! Black Emperor F♯ A♯ ∞
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Slow Riot For New Zero Kanada
Iron And Wine Our Endless Numbered Days
King Crimson In the Court of the Crimson King
Prog sure got a great start with King Crimson's first album. Every moment is as good as the one befor it. Anyone that wants to get into prog, this is where to start. The album features some of King Crimsons best work, and is a true classic in every sense of the word.
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IV
M. Ward Post-War
Neutral Milk Hotel In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
Nick Drake Pink Moon
Nirvana Nevermind
Oasis (What's the Story) Morning Glory?
Pearl Jam Ten
Pink Floyd The Dark Side of the Moon
Pink Floyd Animals
Pink Floyd The Wall
Pixies Doolittle
Pixies Trompe Le Monde
Portishead Dummy
Queens of the Stone Age Songs for the Deaf
Queens of the Stone Age Rated R
Radiohead Kid A
Sigur Ros Takk...
Sonic Youth Daydream Nation
The Beatles Revolver
The Clash London Calling
The Flaming Lips Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
The Mars Volta De-Loused in the Comatorium
The Mars Volta Amputechture
The Mars Volta has already put together a classic catalog of albums in their very young career. With the release of Amputechure, they have added another solid piece of work. Omar gave up some of the guitar duties to John Frusciante of the Red Hot Chile Peppers, and a seasoned veteran of the music game comes through for The Mars Volta in a big way. The guitar solos may be stronger here then ever before, and the dueling between Omar and Cedric at the instrument is again spot on. The horn use on this album is easily and unquestionablely their best work yet. Finally the trumpets are allowed to come in to their own, and really add to the overall feel of the album. Keys, percussion, and the preciously mentioned horns add even more of a Latin feel then in past work, and even Omar?s guitar work seems more Latin inspired then ever before. The vocals are very Mars Volta, with Cedric?s amazing vocal range spewing out more classic lines that fans have came to expect and enjoy. The time signatures are more comparable to that of their debut album De-Loused In The Comatorium, but song structure (although shorter) are much more like their follow up, Frances The Mute. Instant fan favorites such as Vermicide and Tetragrammaton are going to be enjoyed for years to come. Not their best work, but very close, highly recommend this album to any music fan.
Two Gallants The Throes
Two Gallants What the Toll Tells

4.0 excellent
AFI The Art of Drowning
Against Me! Crime as Forgiven By
At the Drive-In Vaya
At the Drive-In This Station Is Non-Operational
At the Drive-In In/Casino/Out
Band of Horses Everything All the Time
Beck Odelay
Beck Guero
Beck The Information
Beck, everyone's favorite loser, has returned with the release of The Information. Easily his best work since 2002's Sea Change, Beck takes us back to the famed Odelay! Days. Oh yes, the feel good songs featuring the white boy rapping, giving us more great lines and even better overall songs. Nausea may be the pop single of the year, and really puts an exclamation mark on Becks return, a real stand out on a already solid album. This album is a must for any long time Beck fan, and even music fans looking to find out more about the talented singer.
Belle and Sebastian If You're Feeling Sinister
Belle and Sebastian Tigermilk
Bob Dylan Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan Modern Times
Bright Eyes I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning
Broken Social Scene You Forgot It in People
Cold War Kids Up In Rags
dEUS Pocket Revolution
Dinosaur Jr. Bug
dredg Leitmotif
dredg Live at The Fillmore
Elliott Smith Figure 8
Elliott Smith Elliott Smith
Fugazi The Argument
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven
Interpol Turn on the Bright Lights
Iron And Wine In The Reins (feat. Calexico)
Iron And Wine Woman King
Jason Collett Idols of Exile
John Lennon Imagine
King Crimson Lizard
Kyuss Welcome to Sky Valley
Kyuss ...And the Circus Leaves Town
Led Zeppelin Best Of, Vol. 1: Early Days
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin II
M. Ward Transistor Radio
Mogwai Come On Die Young
Mogwai Young Team
Neil Young Harvest
Neil Young Harvest Moon
Neutral Milk Hotel On Avery Island
Nick Drake Five Leaves Left
Nirvana In Utero
Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New York
Nirvana Nirvana
Oasis Definitely Maybe
Oceansize Effloresce
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez A Manual Dexterity: Soundtrack Vol. 1
Pink Floyd Echoes
Pixies Best of Pixies: Wave of Mutilation
Pure Reason Revolution The Dark Third
Queens of the Stone Age Queens of the Stone Age
Queens of the Stone Age Lullabies to Paralyze
Queens of the Stone Age Over the Years and Through the Woods
Radiohead The Bends
Radiohead My Iron Lung
Sam Roberts Band Chemical City
Sigur Ros Agætis byrjun
Sigur Ros ( )
Sonic Youth Dirty
Sonic Youth Goo
Sonic Youth Confusion is Sex/Kill Yr Idols
Sonic Youth Sister
Sonic Youth EVOL
Sonic Youth Bad Moon Rising
Sonic Youth SYR1: Anagrama
Sonic Youth Rather Ripped
Sufjan Stevens Illinois
Sufjan Stevens Michigan
The Beatles 1
The Decemberists Picaresque
The Decemberists The Crane Wife
The Flaming Lips The Soft Bulletin
The Flaming Lips Clouds Taste Metallic
The Killers Sam's Town
The Libertines Up The Bracket
The Mars Volta Frances the Mute
The Mayan Factor 44
The White Stripes Elephant
The White Stripes perfected the imperfection of garage rock with their greatest release, Elephant. Jack White brought some of his best lyrics and guitar work over a grand production job. The album has many fan favorites, and of course the infamous Seven Nation Army, which many fans have grown to hate for how large it made the band. Never the less, you would have a hard time finding a single bad track on the album, and really should be in any music collection.
The White Stripes The White Stripes
The White Stripes De Stijl
The White Stripes Under Blackpool Lights
The White Stripes Walking With a Ghost
Tool Lateralus
Tool Ænima
Tool Salival
Volta Do Mar 03>98
Weezer Pinkerton
Wintersleep Untitled

3.5 great
...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead Worlds Apart
Against Me! Reinventing Axl Rose
Animal Collective Sung Tongs
Arctic Monkeys Five Minutes With Arctic Monkeys
At the Drive-In El Gran Orgo
At the Drive-In Alfaro Vive, Carajo!
Audioslave Out of Exile
Barenaked Ladies Gordon
Barenaked Ladies Barenaked Ladies Are Me
Beck Mellow Gold
Burton Wagner A Sentinel's Eyes
Clann Zu Rua
Damien Rice 9
Deftones Saturday Night Wrist
dEUS The Ideal Crash
dredg Catch Without Arms
Explosions in the Sky The Rescue
Flotation Toy Warning Bluffer's Guide to the Flight Deck
Gnarls Barkley St. Elsewhere
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Yanqui U.X.O.
Incubus When Incubus Attacks, Vol. 1
Jane's Addiction Ritual De Lo Habitual
Johnny Cash American V: A Hundred Highways
Johnny Cash American III: Solitary Man
King Crimson Red
King Crimson In the Wake of Poseidon
Led Zeppelin How the West Was Won
LL Cool J Mama Said Knock You Out
Mastodon Blood Mountain
Metallica Master of Puppets
Neil Young After the Gold Rush
Neil Young Unplugged
Neil Young Journey Through the Past
Pearl Jam Vs.
Pelican March Into the Sea
Queens of the Stone Age Stone Age Complications
Radiohead I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings
Radiohead Airbag/How Am I Driving?
Rage Against The Machine Evil Empire
Rage Against The Machine The Battle of Los Angeles
Sam Roberts Band We Were Born In A Flame
Snoop Dogg Doggystyle
Sonic Youth Washing Machine
Sonic Youth Sonic Nurse
Sublime 40 Oz. to Freedom
The Mars Volta Tremulant
The Mayan Factor In Lake 'CH
The White Stripes White Blood Cells
The White Stripes Get Behind Me Satan
Thom Yorke The Eraser
Tool Opiate
Weezer Weezer
Wolf Parade Apologies to the Queen Mary

3.0 good
+44 When Your Heart Stops Beating
AFI Sing the Sorrow
AFI Black Sails in the Sunset
AFI Shut Your Mouth and Open Your Eyes
AFI Behind the Times
Against Me! As the Eternal Cowboy
Against Me! Searching for a Former Clarity
Arcade Fire Funeral
Arctic Monkeys Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
Arctic Monkeys Who The Fuck Are Arctic Monkeys?
Audioslave Live in Cuba
Audioslave Revelations
Audioslave moved on in the minds of many fans with Out Of Exile in 2005. Their sound came together, the band found a sound all their own, and found themself selling loads of records and gaining some critical success. To say the band has stepped back a few steps with the release of Revelations is letting them off lightly. The album, at first listen seems to carry the same depth as Out Of Exile, however when you dig in a bit you discover very little there. The songs get old, very quicky, and drag on with the same riffs and verses done in the past. These riffs are nice, but feel empty at this point. The vocals are very Cornell, but the man seems very uninspired and bored at various points on the album. Is the album bad? Of course not, this is a solid piece of work, we just have heard it done before, and done much better. Is it worth your hard earned dollars and very previous time? No/Very little, when you can get Out Of Exile and enjoy it much more. A true disappointment for any fan out there.
Beastie Boys Licensed to Ill
Billy Talent Billy Talent
Bloc Party Silent Alarm
Breaking Benjamin We Are Not Alone
Bright Eyes Digital Ash in a Digital Urn
Bush Sixteen Stone
Coheed and Cambria From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness
Cold War Kids With Our Wallets Full
Cold War Kids Mulberry Street
Cold War Kids Robbers and Cowards
Coldplay A Rush of Blood to the Head
Collective Soul 7even Year Itch
Collective Soul Youth
Death Cab for Cutie The Photo Album
Death Cab for Cutie You Can Play These Songs With Chords
Death Cab for Cutie Drive Well, Sleep Carefully (DVD)
Def Leppard Pyromania
Def Leppard Retro Active
Deftones White Pony
Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP
Fleetwood Mac Rumours
Green Day Dookie
Hinder Extreme Behavior
Incubus S.C.I.E.N.C.E.
Incubus Live in Japan 2004
Incubus Live at Lollapalooza 2003
Jane's Addiction Nothing's Shocking
Jimi Hendrix Experience Hendrix: The Best of Hendrix
k-os Joyful Rebellion
k-os Atlantis: Hymns For Disco
Kings of Convenience Riot on an Empty Street
KISS Alive!
KISS Revenge
Korn Follow the Leader
Korn Greatest Hits Vol. 1
Led Zeppelin Early Days/Latter Days
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin [DVD]
Led Zeppelin Best Of, Vol. 2: Latter Days
Mastodon Call of the Mastodon
Metallica Metallica
Moby Play
Modest Mouse Good News for People Who Love Bad News
Motley Crue Greatest Hits (1998)
Muse Origin of Symmetry
Muse Absolution Tour
Neil Young Silver & Gold
Neil Young Living with War
Nickelback Silver Side Up
Nine Inch Nails With Teeth
NOFX The War on Errorism
NOFX Ribbed
Norah Jones Come Away with Me
Oceansize Everyone Into Position
Our Lady Peace Naveed
Our Lady Peace Clumsy
OutKast Speakerboxxx/The Love Below
Porcupine Tree Deadwing
Rage Against The Machine Live & Rare
Rage Against The Machine Live at the Grand Olympic Auditorium (DVD)
Red Hot Chili Peppers Greatest Hits
Red Hot Chili Peppers What Hits!? (DVD)
Rise Against Revolutions per Minute
Rise Against Siren Song of the Counter Culture
Slipknot Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses
Snoop Dogg R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta) - The Masterpiece
Sonic Youth Experimental Jet Set, Trash, and No Star
Sonic Youth The Destroyed Room B-Sides and Rarities
Sparta Porcelain
Staind Break The Cycle
Sufjan Stevens The Avalanche: Outtakes and Extras
Sum 41 All Killer No Filler
The Black Keys Rubber Factory
The Distillers Coral Fang
The Flaming Lips At War With The Mystics
The Killers Hot Fuss
The Libertines The Libertines
The Libertines I Get Along EP
The Mars Volta Scab Dates
The Raconteurs Broken Boy Soldiers
The Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
The String Quartet Tribute to The Mars Volta
The Used The Used
The Wreckers Stand Still, Look Pretty
Thom Yorke Harrowdown Hill
Thrice Red Sky
Tool Undertow
Tool 72826
Tool 10,000 Days
Weird Al Yankovic Straight Outta Lynwood
Yes Yes

2.5 average
AFI All Hallow's E.P.
AFI A Fire Inside
AFI Answer That and Stay Fashionable
AFI Decemberunderground
Alkaline Trio Crimson
Alkaline Trio Remains
Atreyu Fractures in the Facade of Your....
Atreyu Visions
Avenged Sevenfold Waking the Fallen
Avenged Sevenfold City of Evil
Avril Lavigne Under My Skin
Avril Lavigne Let Go
Breaking Benjamin Saturate
Breaking Benjamin Phobia
Britney Spears Greatest Hits: My Prerogative
Bush Razorblade Suitcase
Bush Zen x Four (DVD & CD)
Chevelle This Type Of Thinking (Could Do Us In)
Chevelle Wonder What's Next
Coheed and Cambria The Second Stage Turbine Blade
Coldplay X & Y
Collective Soul Disciplined Breakdown
Collective Soul From The Ground Up
Death Cab for Cutie Plans
Def Leppard Yeah!
Def Leppard Slang
Def Leppard X
Deftones Around the Fur
Disturbed Believe
Eighteen Visions Vanity
Eminem The Eminem Show
Fall Out Boy Infinity on High
Gob Too Late...No Friends
Good Charlotte Good Charlotte
Green Day Nimrod
Gwen Stefani Love. Angel. Music. Baby.
Hard-Fi Stars Of CCTV
Stars of CCTV at first listen seems to be an enjoyable pop rock album. However, over time the songs fade, and that added with the terrible lyrics make this album nothing more then average.
Hot Hot Heat Elevator
Incubus Make Yourself
Incubus Morning View
Incubus Alive at Red Rocks
Incubus Light Grenades
Jane's Addiction Strays
Kid Rock Devil Without a Cause
Killradio Raised on Whipped Cream
KISS Love Gun
Korn Issues
Korn See You on the Other Side
Limp Bizkit Three Dollar Bill Y'all
Limp Bizkit Greatest Hitz
Linkin Park Reanimation
Linkin Park Hybrid Theory EP
Linkin Park Live In Texas
Metallica Kill 'Em All
Metallica Ride the Lightning
Metallica Some Kind of Monster
Metallica Load
Metallica The Unnamed Feeling
Moneen The Red Tree
Motley Crue Motley Crue
Muse Absolution
Muse Black Holes & Revelations
MxPx Before Everything & After
MxPx Life in General
My Chemical Romance Life on the Murder Scene
Neil Young Prairie Wind
Nickelback All the Right Reasons
NOFX So Long and Thanks for All the Shoes
NOFX The Greatest Songs Ever Written (By Us)
NOFX Pods and Gods
NOFX Pump Up the Valuum
NOFX Wolves in Wolves' Clothing
Norah Jones Feels Like Home
Our Lady Peace Gravity
Our Lady Peace Healthy In Paranoid Times
Our Lady Peace Happiness...
OutKast Stankonia
P.O.D. Fundamental Elements of Southtown
P.O.D. Testify
P.O.D. Satellite
Pantera Vulgar Display of Power
Pantera Reinventing Hell: The Best of Pantera
Pennywise Land Of The Free?
Pennywise About Time
Pillar Fireproof
Pillar Broken Down: The EP
Rage Against The Machine Renegades
Red Hot Chili Peppers What Hits!?
Red Hot Chili Peppers Live in Hyde Park
Red Hot Chili Peppers The Best Of
Red Hot Chili Peppers Stadium Arcadium
Rise Against The Unraveling
Slipknot 9.0: Live
Snoop Dogg Tha Blue Carpet Treatment
Sparta Wiretap Scars
Sparta Threes
Strata Strata
Sum 41 Chuck
Sum 41 Go Chuck Yourself
Switchfoot Nothing is Sound
System of a Down Toxicity
Taking Back Sunday Tell All Your Friends
The Dead 60s The Dead 60s
Thrice Identity Crisis
Thrice The Artist in the Ambulance
Thrice If We Could Only See Us Now
Thursday Waiting
Thursday A City By the Light Divided
Trivium The Crusade
TRUSTcompany The Lonely Position of Neutral
TRUSTcompany True Parallels
Weezer The Green Album
Weird Al Yankovic Poodle Hat
Wolfmother Wolfmother
Yellowcard Lights and Sounds

2.0 poor
AFI Very Proud of Ya
Alexisonfire Alexisonfire
Alexisonfire Watch Out!
Alexisonfire Crisis
Audioslave Audioslave
Avenged Sevenfold Sounding the Seventh Trumpet
Blink-182 Greatest Hits
Bloodhound Gang Hooray For Boobies
Blue October Foiled
Breaking Benjamin So Cold
Britney Spears In the Zone
Cypress Hill Skull and Bones
Death Cab for Cutie Transatlanticism
Def Leppard Vault: Greatest Hits 1980 - 1995
Deftones Deftones
Earshot Two
Eighteen Visions Obsession
Eighteen Visions Eighteen Visions
Fall Out Boy Fall Out Boy's Evening Out With Your Girlfriend
Good Charlotte The Chronicles of Life and Death
Green Day Warning
Green Day International Superhits
Green Day Shenanigans
Hoobastank The Reason
Incubus A Crow Left of the Murder...
Jet Get Born
Kid Rock Cocky
KISS Destroyer
KISS Animalize
KISS Psycho Circus
Limp Bizkit Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water
Limp Bizkit Significant Other
Linkin Park Hybrid Theory
Metallica St. Anger
Metallica ...And Justice for All
Metallica Reload
Motley Crue Dr. Feelgood
MxPx Panic
Nickelback The Long Road
Nickelback The State
NOFX 45 or 46 Songs That Weren't Good Enough
NOFX 7" Of The Month Club (February - July)
P.O.D. Payable on Death
Pantera The Great Southern Trendkill
Paris Hilton Paris
Pennywise The Fuse
Pennywise From The Ashes
Pillar Where Do We Go from Here
Red Hot Chili Peppers Live at Slane Castle
Red Hot Chili Peppers Off the Map
Rise Against The Sufferer & the Witness
Seether Karma And Effect
Snoop Dogg Paid tha Cost to Be da Bo$$
Sum 41 Does This Look Infected?
Switchfoot The Beautiful Letdown
Swollen Members Monsters in the Closet
Taking Back Sunday Louder Now
The Black Keys Magic Potion
The Exies Head for the Door
The Strokes Room on Fire
Thursday War All the Time
Thursday Full Collapse
Trivium Ascendancy
Weezer Make Believe

1.5 very poor
Alkaline Trio Good Mourning
Alkaline Trio From Here To Infirmary
Atreyu Suicide Notes and Butterfly Kisses
Atreyu A Death-Grip on Yesterday
Atreyu The Best of Atreyu
Beastie Boys To the 5 Boroughs
Blink-182 blink-182
Box Car Racer Box Car Racer
Chevelle Live From The Road
Eminem Encore
Fall Out Boy From Under the Cork Tree
Gob Foot In Mouth Disease
Green Day American Idiot
Kevin Federline Playing with Fire
Kid Rock Live Trucker
Kid Rock The History of Rock
KISS Rock and Roll Over
KISS The Very Best of Kiss
Korn Take a Look in the Mirror
Korn Untouchables
Limp Bizkit The Unquestionable Truth - Part I
Linkin Park Meteora
Our Lady Peace Live from Calgary and Edmonton
Panic! at the Disco A Fever You Can't Sweat Out
Powerman 5000 Tonight the Stars Revolt
Powerman 5000 Transform
Red Hot Chili Peppers By the Way
Slipknot Iowa
Smile Empty Soul Smile Empty Soul
Story of the Year Page Avenue
Taking Back Sunday Where You Want To Be
The Ataris So Long, Astoria
Thrice Vheissu

1.0 awful
I Mother Earth The Quicksilver Meat Dream
I Mother Earth in the 90's used inventive musicianship over decent vocals to create a sound of their own. Even a line up change at vocals did not slow them down. However, with the release of this album, they fell apart rather quicky after. The effort had a good single, but failed to match on the rest of the album. The sound, is awkward to say the least and lyrics do not help much. Easily the worst album I have ever bought, and I have bought a few stinkers in my life, the album is worthless, and should be forgotten.
Limp Bizkit Results May Vary
Limp Bizkit capitalized on the backs of fourteen year olds for many years before hitting a downward spiral with the death of most nu-metal in the first few years of the new decade. In 2003, they tried to gain some respectably back with the release of Results May Vary. The album holds many of the traits their old work had, however with the public more then moved on to other artists, the album fell flat. The album features the same old poor rapping skills Durst became infamous for over the years. The lyrics are simply awful, and even the musicianship that saved their past work from being worthless failed to hit it standards on this album. Mainly due to the fact that Wes left, and the hate from the rest of the band towards Durst and his antics almost smacks the listener in the face in interviews and on the album. The album seems very mailed in, avoid at all costs.
Papa Roach Infest
Papa Roach, the emo-posers they are now, are much better then what they used to be. Which of course was metal-posers. The album is very good if you are twelve years of age and the year is 2000, but if you do not fit this deception, you should avoid this album at all costs. The album is filled with cheesy lyrics and played out guitar riffs, what else is there to make you want to run the other way at first listen.
Puddle of Mudd Life On Display
Puddle Of Mudd did ride Fred Durst, and nu-metal in general to produce a good album in Come Clean. However their second release was filled with over produced radio rock that failed to add anything new to rock, or music for that matter. The album uses the same old same old in terms of riffs and lyrics, and just becomes very boring, very quickly.
The Used In Love and Death
The Used came out of the gate with a decent start, however decent is not a work I can associate with this poor effort. The album, with very little lyrical content of any substance, fails to hit what The Used gained popularity for. Which were aggressive musicianship over the singers vocal range, however this album just becomes a copy of what they use to be. Not looking forward to their next work, and Im not sure why anyone would be.

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