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|2. Falling Apart|
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|8. Deeper Into You|
|9. Drop To Zero|
|11. Take It All|
Though this semi-anguished boy-metal group claims that lock-jawed Helmet is a primary influence (and layers of frayed guitar chords support that claim) Trust Company are better characterized as a simpler and slightly more heartfelt relative of Linkin Park. Minus the turntables and digital tricks, but laden with revealing lyrics, a wide guitar sound, and thumping rock rhythms, Trust Company charge fearlessly through the gaping hole in the pop landscape left by more famous contemporaries. Thanks to Linkin producer Don Gilmore, their major-label debut is smoother than those of Papa Roach and Puddle of Mudd. To their detriment, they're sometimes lulled by the slickness of their polished hooks. Like the title implies, the ride is more impressive when the band dares to veer beyond its own neutrality. --Ian Christe
Top Customer Reviews
It's not a common thing for me to say that only half or less of any CD albums I buy are any good, but TRUSTcompany showed me that it's quite possible to produce an album with no "less than great" quality tracks. Each song is like every other, and yet each has their own differences at the same time, which is a great thing unlike others bands I've heard... (cough* cough* Blink* cough*).
Also, I think it's a nice touch that TRUSTcompany didn't have any swearing in its entire album, which does a lot to get it out to younger kids who are curious or already like metal. Explicit cussing really isn't needed at all if you put the right lyrics into your tunes, and congrats on that one too TRUST.
Downfall - The 1st single off this cd that everyone has heard. Enough said, this song rules. *****(out of *****)
Falling Apart - I heard this song on the radio once, and it was the main song that got me to buy this cd. This song is less rock, but has a great chorus and can get stuck in your head. *****
Hover-Most people consider this the best song off the cd, I don't but it's one of the best. I really love this song, I haven't really heard anything like it and that makes it good. *****
Running From Me - This was the 2nd single off their cd, I only saw the music video once, and didn't like the song at first, but I have the cd of course, and this song is great. *****
Slipping Away - This is my 2nd favorite song. This song is awesome, the song is slow, but when it gets to the chorus, you can rock out to it. This is an amazing song and one I really enjoy. *****
Figure 8 - This is my least favorite song. I dont really listen to it much, it's an ok song, but just not one of my favorites from them. ***
The Fear- And we're back to yet another great song. This is a slow and beautiful song. Just listen to it once, and you'll love it. *****
Deeper Into You - A pretty good song. I like this song, but I wouldn't give it 5 stars. The vocals are a bit off imo. Oh well. Other than that, the song is good, worth listening to. ***1/2.
Drop To Zero - My friend loves this song, saying it's the best, and it is pretty good, but not the best imo.Read more ›
Anyway, enough about crappy music, When I first heard Downfall I was amazed. I didn't get the album right away which i should've but eventually i did. Oh what a great day that was. I played this album constantly for over two months STRAIGHT and i didn't even get tired of it. Almost Every other album in my collection I have gotten sick of in just a matter of a few weeks.
Now though some of the songs do sound a little similar they each have a beautiful melody. These guys sure know how to make some catchy music let me tell you. Other bands should strive to cook up great melodies like Trust Company.
Every song gets better and better and better. This band is, Like many great bands, overly underrated. But really who cares what people think, I don't.
WEll anyway i'm done with this review, all i can say is that this band is one of the greatest new bands to punch the rock scene in it's mainstream abused face.
And let me just say that I can still pop this cd in and listen to it straight through without even touching the skip button.
THANK YOU TRUST COMPANY
Most recent customer reviews
Very catchy as I read a review on allmusic.com. Once you've listened once, you're friggin beggin for more!!!!! Read morePublished on Feb. 24 2005
This band rules plain and simple. "Downfall" is worth (...) alone. Great CD. GO and BUY IT NOW!Published on July 17 2004
i'm sick of everyone comparing every new band to linkin park. 'trust company sounds like linkin park. Read morePublished on June 20 2004 by allison
OK. One thing I don't like is how these guys are compared to Linkin Park. Though both bands have equally bad lyrics, this cd contains more intelligent instrument work. Read morePublished on June 13 2004 by tim
There are 2 things wrong with this album:
1. The lyrics are trite and at sometimes, make no understandable point. Read more
Every song on here is excellent and each have a different sound i love this cd and rock out to it all the time if i had to make one complaint it is that it isn't long enough. Read morePublished on May 30 2004
I bought this album after hearing Downfall and Falling apart. I was blown away when I heard the rest of the songs. Read morePublished on May 23 2004 by Fallen Paladin
First of all, i would like to thank my friend Dianna for introducing me to this band. If it were not for her, i would have never known of this band. Ok now for the review. Read morePublished on April 23 2004 by Daniel A. Nguyen
I think this CD is really pretty good, but it doesnt seem to stand on its own 2 feet. Alot of the tracks sound too similair, and the only real standouts are Downfall, Running From... Read morePublished on April 3 2004 by John