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Faceless Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (April 8 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B00008J2DQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (303 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #13,453 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Straight Out Of Line
2. Faceless
3. Changes
4. Make Me Believe
5. I Stand Alone
6. Re-Align
7. I F****** Hate You
8. Releasing The Demons
9. Dead And Broken
10. I Am
11. The Awakening
12. Serenity

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Fans of Godsmack’s dark, swirling, commanding music will be delighted by the Boston band’s powerful third effort, which mixes arena rock in the vein of an Alice in Chains (in fact, Godsmack takes its name from an AIC song) with the aggression of Pantera. With new drummer Shannon Larkin (formerly of Amen), Godsmack stick with the riff-heavy, layered tunes and sharp, confident bridge-burning lyrics (witness the convincing vitriol of "I F@?king Hate You"). Highlights include Sully Erna’s gut-spewing scream on "Changes," the memorable chorus and commanding assured "I Stand Alone," and the radio-ready "Straight out of Line." The tribal drums and chanting of the instrumental "The Awakening" sets the stage for "Serenity," the final track, which brings Faceless full circle, the acoustic guitars, congas and strings providing a sinuous conclusion to a potent album. --Katherine Turman

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By A Customer on July 2 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is the cd that introduced me to Godsmack, and apparently i liked it because i just bought the other two off amazon. Its a really awesome cd, i listen to it all the time. Heres a review of the songs on this cd.
1. Straight out of line - The song that made me run to the store and buy the cd so, its well Wonderful.
2. Faceless - Really cool rocking song that you cant help but sing to
3. Changes - Cool song , but not my complete fav.
4. Make me belive - Its a cool song, i know the words to it but i dont barely know the name.
5. I stand Alone - Awesome, one of my complete favs on this cd!
6. Re-align - LOVE IT, one of the best songs ever
7. I f***ing hate you - Wonderful song one of the best songs on the cd(this is the only song that is explicit lyrics if u wondered)
8. Releasing the Demons - a song i skip alot but i still like it, good song
9. Dead and Broken - Cool song, but not the best
10. I am - A good song, but my least favorite on the cd
11. Awakening - Its a cool song but a usually skip it.
12.Serenity - O MY GOD, THIS IS THE BEST SONG IN THE ENTIRE UNIVERSE, EVEN PEOPLE WHO HATE GODSMACK SHOULD BUY THIS CD JUST FOR THIS SONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I really like this cd, it awesome, gotta cool beat, and its cool to listen to for anything, except maybe a babtist dinner party.LOLOLOLOL.
I give faceless an A
and godsmack and A+
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A lot of people complain that this CD sounds just like Godsmack's previous two. I agree, it does follow the same format and feature the same heavy riffs, harsh vocals and booming bass, but I don't mind hearing it again. This is still a great record. I've seen Godsmack live twice and once on their DVD, and they put on a pretty damn good show. Their pretty good musicians, but in the future it'd be interesting to see some longer songs from them, instead of just the common 3 to 4 minute rockers. Anyway, here's my opinion on each track:
1. Straight Out of Line-5/5-This was the album's first single, and I didn't care for it much back last year when I first saw the video on MTV2, but it's grown on me. A heavy, hard-hitting rocker from beginning to end. Great lyrics. Should make the fans happy.
2. Faceless-5/5-Another heavy one, very guitar-driven. Extremely aggressive. Once again, this should make the fans happy.
3. Changes-5/5-It starts out loudly, like the last track, but has more melody in the riff, and I love the bass. There are quiet breaks here and there, but for the most part, it's a loud song.
4. Make Me Believe-4/5-This is yet another heavy one, but it has a lot of melody. Once again, great bass in the opening riff. The drumming's awesome. The only part that this song lacks in is the lyrics. But still, it's a good song.
5. I Stand Alone-4.5/5-As I'm sure you're aware of by now, this song was originally released on the "Scorpion King" soundtrack, which Sully produced. It's gotten kind of old, but I still find it to be a very powerful song. Great lyrics. One might even say it's inspirational. But this is probably one of their best when they play live.
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I am a big Godsmack fan, but I must admit that they sometimes get a bit musically boring. Almost every song is quite similar as far as the flatted 5th and always the minor 3rd and so forth. However, this CD has more variety than others and it's just freakin awesome. Overview:
Straight Out of Line: 10/10 I love the introduction. It parrellels with "One" by Metallica off of "...And Justice For All." Great heavy song. Impressively complicated drumming and great guitar solo. One of my favs out of the group.
Faceless: 10/10 The first time I heard this song, I noticed a definate parrellel to "I Stand Alone" as far as chord progressions. One thing I love about Godsmack is Tony's wah pedal sound. He shows it off in most songs, especially in his solos, but in this one he uses it for the main riff, which is simple, but really cool. This song is so heavy, it makes me just wanna scream. Really catchy.
Changes: 9/10 One thing I noticed about this song is that everybody seems to think that it's the best song on the album, at least all my friends say that. I disagree. The fist time I heard this song, I noticed that the intro sounded a lot like Trust Company (who I think is not a great band) The verses are the coolest part by a longshot. The main riff just doesn't do it for me. I do love the acoustic riff, though. Lastly, at the very end, I always kept expecting him to say "way" after "in my" cause that's what he does through the song, but it ends on "my" Wierd.
Make Me Beleive: 9/10 Catchy. Good drumming. Still simple, but again, so awesome. The bridge makes the song whole. Without it, I would't really like this song as much as I do. The solo is kinda short.
I Stand Alone: 10/10 By far their best song.
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By Froggo on April 27 2004
Format: Audio CD
When I first listened to this CD, I thought it was amazing; heavy songs, great solos, and even a ballad! Unfortunatly, after multiple listens, I realized that this isn't different than anything else they've done. Though I do think that this album contains some of the best solos that Tony has ever done (my favorite being on Re-Align, where he takes a change and doesn't use the wah-wah pedal at all), that's really the only thing that they have going for them. All the songs sound similar and the same old lyrics of "I hate you" and "my life's f----ed up" are present. What's more, they put all the songs with the solos at the beginning of the CD and there's really not that much the songs have to offer without them. The ballad, "Serenity", although more melodic is really not that different sounding than "Voodoo" or "Spiral" from their first two CD's. Though I wouldn't recommend buying it or multiple listens, I would suggest borrowing it and listening to it once or twice as it is pretty cool for the first couple of listens.
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