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Ten Thousand Fists


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  • Audio CD (Sept. 20 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Music
  • ASIN: B000AGTQKO
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #9,261 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Ten Thousand Fists
2. Just Stop
3. Guarded
4. Deify
5. Stricken
6. I'm Alive
7. Sons of Plunder
8. Overburdened
9. Decadence
10. Forgiven
11. Land Of Confusion
12. Sacred Lie
13. Pain Redefined
14. Avarice

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DVD - PAL / region 2,3,4,5

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On their third album, Disturbed don't as much break out of expected patterns as show their potential for doing so. Fans eager for more of the band's patented fist-thumping gruel will take satisfaction in the album's opening (and anthemic) title track, plus "I'm Alive" and "Forgiven." The band shines brightest in the record's early moments, where "Deify," "Guarded," "Just Stop," and "Stricken" demonstrate that this unit's capable of discovering a song's subtleties and crafting radio-ready choruses meant to uplift the souls of disenfranchised subdivision dwellers. The album isn't without its problems––come the halfway mark ("Sons of Plunder") vocalist David Draiman and his mates lapse into the expected, with a series of songs that are good but rarely as remarkable as those found in Act I. That said, Ten Thousand Fists ultimately reminds us that Disturbed refuse to relent in their journey toward greatness. --Jedd Beaudoin

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Format: Audio CD
I had my trepidations about this album's release. Not many bands in the heavy metal genre can ride high thru a third album, but after seeing them live last month, my fears were put to rest! The audience reaction to the title track was something to see! Draiman definitely has a stage presence! This album has all the aggression of Sickness, with obvious political overtones. (the Prez offers lots of material) Disturbs rendition of Genesis' 'Land of Confusion' seems to fit in nicely on this album and it pays homage to, rather than rape the original. Donegan has stepped up and plays with more prowess and actually embarks on more solos. I enjoy this disc alot more than Believe, and rest assured, there's no 'ballads' on this disc as it closes just as aggressively as it begins!
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Disturbed released Ten Thousand Fists last fall and it's great album. Guarded, Stricken, Land of Confusion and Just Stop are great songs on the album. Disturbed's Stricken was used as the theme song for WWE NEW YEAR'S REVOLUTION. Disturbed landed #2 on the Canadian album chart and debuted at #1 on the Billboard's 200 album charts. It's not the heaviest album to debut at #1 on the Billboard charts- but it comes close. Soundgarden's Superunkown and Pantera's Far Beyond driven accomplished that.

Disturbed's Ten Thousand Fists is a powerful follow-up to Believe and let's hope that fourth album will continue to have the same success as Ten Thousand Fists.
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Do any of you remember Believe? It had melodic singing, excellent guitar work, but something was missing... the "awesomeness" from the first cd. Disturbed tries to emulate the recordings through their newest, 10,000 fists.

Let me just say, it may have a more mainstream sound, but it is clearly a highlight in today's society with no guitar solos, Disturbed shows that their lead sure can play some sick licks if he feels up to it, which shows that they aren't bad.

Sure, this album has some political material in it, but there is never so much that is an tired left-fisted throwdown like what has happened to many bands against the administrations.

5/5
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Something I never thought I would say but after the remake of Land of Confusion by Disturbed, this tune is simply awesome. Disturbed has once again gone far and beyond buy creating a masterpiece of an album with 10,000 fists. If you like Believe you won't be dissapointed with this. Each new album I look forward to and they keep climbing the ladder. Great tunes like Just Stop, Guarded, and the best metal tune on the album STRICKEN, My God Disturbed how can you top this tune? I can't wait for you to try, It's without a doubt my favorite song of 2006!!!

Rated - Extreme Giggidy!!!
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Disturbed's third CD is a solid combination of their first two contributions. It has a lot of the intensity of the first CD with the melody that was evident on "Believe".
The biggest thing I noticed were the melodies that David used. They compliment Mike's laid down drums and Dan's brutal guitars better than any other singer could ever pull off!
Basically, if you were a Disturbed fan before there is no reason why you won't like this CD. All the things you liked from before with a couple of new elements.
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By chris on Sept. 30 2005
Format: Audio CD
I am a huge Disturbed fan. Since the first album came out I can't get enough of these guys. The second album, Believe, took a while to grow on me. This new album sounded good right off the bat. Disturbed have perfected their sound and written great lyrics on this CD. If you are a fan of either of their first two CD's I would highly recomend you pick this up.
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