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Relative Ways (4 Tracks) Single, Maxi


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Jan. 25 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Maxi
  • Label: Interscope Records
  • ASIN: B00005RKUH
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #336,849 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Relative Ways
2. Homage
3. Blood Rites
4. The Blade Runner

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Format: Audio CD
Oh man, I first heard of Trail of Dead about a couple months ago.
I had listen to "Madonna" and was very unimpressed with the incredibly annoying whining vocals and bad guitar work.I LOVE pop music and really aggressive punk (the kind where a guy from Vancouver yells in a british accent) but despite what I was told,I had found none of this.But there was hope.I had heard thier next effort would be under Interscope with the holy hand of the musical genius Fred Durst to guide them into some nice catchy guitar riffs. But alas, I was disappointed.Again I had ran into some terrible guitar/piano mixes that just sound like a really obese and ugly boy choking on a hotdog.The vocals are as annoying as ever.The only thing improved about the vocals is that they changed from whiney to monotone.The song writing is terrible, I would rather sit through a Ellen Degeneres stand up routine.Anyway, if you want a good catchy listen crank up some Nickelback or Creed and stay away from Trail of Dead.But dont get me wrong,I had a cheese sandwich the other day and it was good,so is Trail of Dead, but just not cheese sandwich good.
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Format: Audio CD
After i had learned that Trail of Dead had signed with Interscope, i was very afraid. I mean, Madonna is one of my favorite albums, but on Interscope, i was afraid that the artistic vision of Trail of dead would be tarnished, and tracks featuring Fred Durst would soon follow. How wrong i was. This single is phenomenal, and it sticks true to the Trail of Dead creed, but at the same time is going in a new direction. Trail of dead have learned how to turn down their guitars every once and awhile. Don't get me wrong, i love a Perfect Teenhood-esque guitar riot, but most of their strongest songs are slow movers, or songs that experiment with strings and pianos, which have now become heavy staples in Trail of Dead's new music. Anyway, it's fantastic. If you want refreshing new American music, don't look towards the overhyped rich kids, The Strokes(although they are a pretty damn good band, just not Trail of Dead good). Look to the masters of chaos, The Trail of Dead.
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By "punkrawker1738" on April 20 2002
Format: Audio CD
Don't get me wrong, "Relative Ways" and "Homage" are awesome songs, but the other two songs drag down the quality of this ep.
"Relative Ways" is a great song, but "Another Morning Stoner" should of been the first single off of the new cd. "Homage" is one of the most chaotic songs TOD have recorded, starting of violently fast, then slowing down for the chorus.
However, the next two songs, "Blood Rites", and "The Blade Runner", are not good. "Blood Rites is a halfway decent song, while "The Blade Runner" is not a song.
So, if you want the first two songs, buy the AMAZING new "Source Tags and Codes", but if you're a completist, go for this.
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By braden huffman on Nov. 14 2003
Format: Audio CD
Simply put, this is one of the most intelligent bands I have ever heard. The music is so epic in proportion it almost seems like a joke, almost like they had a classical composer orchestrate their songs. Yes, as many people know, this band has some of the worst album covers in the history of music, and they dont even necessarilly fit in with the general sound of the music, but their really good, so we let it slide. It got better with source tags though. So guys, if you read this, whoever designs your previous album covers, kick em to the curb on that subject. Anyways, buy this single, as well as all of their albums.
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