After owning and often listening to The Sickness, I knew that Disturbed was a good band to listen to if I was feeling upset or was just in need of something to get me pumped up. But upon hearing Prayer, I noticed more depth to the lyrics, which got my hopes up enough over the album that I bought it as soon as I saw it in stores. I wasn't diappointed. The lyrics have much more meaning this time around, they're no longer trying to just produce mindless, raging metal. Several people have complained about this, but these same people's complaints are riddled with spelling/grammatical errors and other obvious signs of their stupidity, and therefore their opinions are of little importance. Back to the album, I particularly liked the songs Liberate, Believe, Intoxication, and Mistress, although the whole thing is good. I especially love the condescending tone directed toward the narrow-minded in the track Liberate. And I think that the final track, Darkness, is a good way to wrap up the album. True, it's extremely soft, but it's interesting to hear Draiman use his voice thus; I hadn't expected him to be capable of such a tone.