Before one can fully understand the depth and beauty of this album it is important to look at PR's previous offerings. Infest hit fans with raw energy and in-your-face agression; this led it Papa's initial success. For thier follow-up, they stripped away the raw energy and started a transformation to a more dynamic sound, and diverse lyrical content. Unfortunatly, as the song 'Depression Period' may indicate the album was moody and depressive; and the limited range of both the vocals and guitar work added to this overall tone. This was less than well received--not to mention years too late--as at times Papa sounded like a relic of the Grunge era. Enter 'Getting Away with Murder' this album is both dynamic and powerful. It takes the energy of Infest and combines it with a now perfected dynamic to create one of the most emotional, powerful, energetic, and unforgettable albums in recent memory. With their new entery Papa reinvigorates themselves, as well as a genre that is sorely lacking energetic, powerful rock. The only negative about this album is that it will probably slip past many music fans--recently obsessed with 50's bullet wounds and poppy, effeminate, emo punk--who will inevitably overlook such a truly creative album.