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Sevendust [Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics]

Sevendust Audio CD
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At first it sounds like Living Colour vocalist Corey Glover was spliced into a joint project between Faith No More and Testament, but the longer Sevendust's self-titled debut album plays, the more it takes on its own life. The Atlanta, Georgia band is well schooled in thrash metal, but it has a soft spot for sing-along melodies and more than a passing interest in hip-hop. Cobbled together, the results could sound fractured and divisive, but Sevendust's surging wah-wah guitars, razor-edged riffs, bloodcurdling screams, and soulful vocals blend together as smoothly as strawberries and rum. --Jon Wiederhorn

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5.0 out of 5 stars Hardcore Sevendust April 9 2005
By The One
Format:Audio CD
I do not have this album yet, but I did order it and it will be coming shortly. I'm giving this album a perfect rating now, because I've heard most of the songs on this record, and I love them. I love the sound of Sevendust on this record. Their sound has that echoing, heavy shake to it. It just blows you away when you hear it. These songs are heavy, heartpounding, and great for any person that likes heavy music. Get this album!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Simply Where Hard-Core-Melody Began. April 24 2004
Format:Audio CD
Beautiful masterpiece in musical history. The kind of cd which defines a generation. In your face for its time, cleverly crafted to mix chorus and breakdown riffs... quite unique
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5.0 out of 5 stars Where it all started... Dec 13 2003
Format:Audio CD
Truth be told, this isn't really their best album, as some would say. I say this because it lacks the diversity embraced in the other three albums. For instance, every song on Animosity sounds very different from the next, whereas you could easily confuse songs like "Terminator" and "Face" on this album. However, this is still an awesome mind-blowing experience that you owe it to yourself to pick up, and is defintely much better than their second outing Home. And it's a shame that bands like Godsmack and Staind, mediocre acts who started out opening for bands like Sevendust can sell more records but I'll be the first to point out that the music industry is pretty screwed up. Oh well, let's focus on the music, shall we?
While I may be tempted to dissect each and every song, I think I'll refrain from doing so. Like I said, some of the songs on here sound quite a bit like each other, but they're all pretty darn good. Opener "Black" is obviously the stand-out track and was the first single released on this album. Mixing catchy riffs, clever lyrics and bass with one hell of a pulse, it's no surprise that this is one of my favorite Sevendust songs.
"B*tch" is a great follow-up, and the subject material for that song is a little different from what most Sevendust fans would expect (though they sorta re-hashed this subject with "Enemy"). And then come the rapcore(ish) songs. Don't let me make this sound like a bad thing, Sevendust is NO Limp Bizkit, but the rapping can be irritating at times. But "Terminator", "Face" and "Speak" are all great, underrated songs that deserve more credit than they get. "Prayer" is probably my second favorite. This song is the only one that resembles Sevendust's more recent material. It's a nice, jazzy almost ballad-like tune with some surprisingly good lyrics.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nu-Metal That's Actually New July 31 2003
Format:Audio CD
Sevendust's first record smokes. They tune way down, but sound like no other act out there. This is largely due to the impressive soulful vocals of Lajon Witherspoon. On "Black," he screams "I ain't doin' nothin' wrong" with authority. Just as impressive is his performance on the crooning to bludgeoning "Prayer." The rest of the guys are no slouches either. Guitarists John Connolly and Clint Lowery drop bombs on slammin' tracks, like "Too Close To Hate" and the AIC meets Pantera of "My Ruin." Everyone else out there that thinks they're heavy better be taking notes. Sevendust are here to stay.
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1.0 out of 5 stars LAME!!!!! Dec 29 2002
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
I bought this CD with my valuable money, all because everyone just "LOVES" Sevendust. Not only did this CD offend me with its foul odor of music, but it offended itself. the guitar riffs were lame and blandly used. The singing wasn't that bad, but did not mix with anything else. overall, this CD just sounds like every Other band I've heard. Except ofcourse System of a Down, Pink Floyd, Nirvana, and Rage Against the Machine. Check into those bands that actually put effort into their music.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best Metal band around Dec 26 2002
Format:Audio CD
Sevendust has created the most amazing combination of melody and hard rock grit I have ever heard. It is evident throughout all of their albums including their self-titled album "sevendust." You may find that some of the sound is unclear, that is because of a small budget, not lack of talent. Their second release home is amazing as well. The fact that they created every song on the album while they were on tour makes it all the more impressive. Their recent album "animosity" displays just how musicaly gifted these guys are. If you really want to hear this band at their best buy their most recent album, but "sevendust" and "home" are great albums as well.
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5.0 out of 5 stars sevendust Sept. 7 2002
By greeny
Format:Audio CD
this band must be one of the most underrated bands i know. their style ranges from the deeply melodic to heavy growling beats that combine together, to make one of the best bands/album ive ever heard of. much better than their more mainsteam counterparts e.g. korn. theirs is deeply intense, and actually has the ability to change my emotions and make my mind soar. the vocals on here are amazing. the whole ALBUM is AMAZING!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great metal debut. April 20 2002
Format:Audio CD
And yes, Sevendust is metal. Maybe not heavy metal, but definitely metal. The only material of theirs' that is slightly nu-metalish is their Sophomore album, "Home" and even then that was a great album.
Sevendust has always had the ability to make great, driving and emotional music that is technical as well as pleasing to the ears. Self-titled is their rawest example of that. I often have trouble deciding what my favorite Sevendust album is either this one or "Home". I guess it just depends on which album I'm listening to at the moment. So, I can honestly say this is their best. From the great beginning of "Black" to the pounding sound of "Too Close to Hate" and to the end with classics like "Will it Bleed?" (my favorite) and "My Ruin" this album keeps you satisfied. It is never dull.
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