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  • Audio CD (Jan. 24 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B000BGH0OC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

1. Roots In Stereo
2. Lights Out
3. If You Could See Me Now
4. Goodbye For Now
5. Sounds Like War
6. On The Grind
7. This Time
8. Mistakes & Glories
9. Let You Down
10. Teachers
11. Strength Of My Life
12. Say Hello
13. Mark My Words


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By shoozies on Oct. 21 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This music will never go out of style! Good stuff. I plan on buying more of P.O.D.'s albums, very energetic music for exercising.
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Amazon.com: 85 reviews
16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
A clever mix of music genres Feb. 14 2006
By Amanda Richards - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you're new to nu-metal, but like rock, reggae and rap, then this San Diego group may be what you've been looking for. P.O.D. (Payable On Death) released two early albums before hitting mainstream with 1999's "The Fundamental Elements of Southtown", then went in to chart huge hits with follow up album "Satellite" in 2001.

When you think of P.O.D., chances are that two songs will jump to mind - "Youth of the Nation" and "Satellite" - "Sleeping Awake" was also a favorite of mine. Third album "Payable on Death" also had a couple of hits.

"Testify" starts with a driving reggae/rock track "Roots in Stereo" which sets the tone for the album, guaranteed to contribute to the wear and tear of your speakers. Second track "Lights Out" switches to rock/rap, and also sounds great LOUD. Just when you thought you've heard it all, third track "If You Could See Me Now" is practically a ballad, just warming you up for the excellent first single "Goodbye for Now", easily the best song on the album.

The clever switching between music genres continues down the track list, other picks being "On the Grind"; "This Time"; "Let You Down"; and "Strength of My Life".

Amanda Richards, February 14, 2006
18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
P.O.D. Return To Form Feb. 9 2006
By A. Estes - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
After founding guitarist Marcos Curiel was booted from the band in early 2003, P.O.D. underwent some changes. Recruiting guitarist Jason Truby to fill in his place was the first step, after which they recorded and released their album "Payable On Death" later that year. The sound was a bit different, as expected, as Curiel was a crucial part of the group's sound. The results were mixed. What I got out of that album is the same old P.O.D. sound, but bogged down by boring riffs and "been there, done that" lyrics. So, for their next album, they switched producers from the reliable Howard Benson to the risky Glen Ballard (Michael Jackson, Alanis Morisette), took their time, and turned in an album that is up to par with their best material.

Those who discovered P.O.D. on "The Fundamental Elements Of Southtown" or "Satellite," rejoice. The old P.O.D. is back, but obviously sounding refreshed and a bit more updated. Gone are cheesy jock-rock anthems like "Boom" or "Rock The Party." "Testify" is home to some of the most mature and polished songs in the P.O.D. songbook. Songs like "This Time" and the first single, "Goodbye For Now" are classic melodic-rock from the group, and a perfect example of where this album takes them. "If You Could See Me Now" is another noteworthy track, it reminds me a lot of the title track from "Satellite," while "Sounds Like War" and "Lights Out" deliver the bottom-heavy rap-rock that helped P.O.D. rise above the competition before. Upcoming reggae star Matisyahu shows up on not one, but two tracks: "Strength Of My Life" and "Roots In Stereo" and shows off P.O.D.'s love for the genre, while putting their own mark on it.

"Testify" is easily one of P.O.D.'s strongest albums. In my opinion, it isn't perfect, but neither is any P.O.D. release. This may not be their ticket back to platinum status and MTV rotation, but "Testify" will definitely re-affirm a lot of fans' faith. The only person who could not like this album would be someone who never cared for the band in the first place. One last thing I can say is that Jason Truby has finally filled in the shows of Marcos. Marcos left a huge gap, but on this album, Jason fills it in. The bottom line is that P.O.D. are back, stronger than ever. It may be a gamble, seeing as their sound is one that is fading rapidly from the mainstream, but at the end of the day, "Testify" is just a good, honest effort.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Very good but no Satellite Jan. 24 2006
By Jah Warrior - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album has a little something for everyone. You have the hard rock feel the reggae feel and the strong messages in every song. Best message coming from "Strength of My Life". Thats what makes POD great they can rock out hard and deliver a positive message and this album definitely rocks out hard. My top three on this album are: "Strength of My Life", "Mark My Words" and "Roots in Stereo". A definite buy for any POD fan.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Good album Feb. 2 2006
By Mark - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Mark My Words- Sounds a lot like some of the heavier stuff on Payable On Death, but with rap. Good song. 7/10

Say Hello- Very RATM-esque. Not bad. 6/10

Strength of my life- Very much like "Set you eyes to Zion". Sounds great. 8/10

Teachers- Very much like Payable On Death. No rapping, great singing and guitar playing. Some of that classic Sonny scream. One of the Best. 8/10

Let you down- Haunting guitar melodies, bass line, and vocals. No rap (definitely a plus on this one) A smooth, brooding, and eclectic track. Nice riffing. I like it. 9/10

Mistakes and Glories- Could have fit in well on Satellite. Growing on me. Nice licks. Marcos who? 8/10

This Time- The regae influences on in the music and Sonny's singing is really starting to blend well. This song comes off a little more pop than anything preceding it, but it works... and I hate pop too. 7/10

On The Grind- The jury is out on this song. It sounds like P.O.D. playing back up to the guest singers... It's not terrible, but it really lacks any trademarks of P.O.D. except for Sonny's brief rap. 5/10

Sounds Like War- Agressive, yet melodic. Another one that would have fit in well on Satellite. 7/10

Goodbye for now- A lot like "Youth of the Nation". Not near the same lyrical intensity, but the music and general vibe of the song is so catchy I can't help but like it. If MTV has to oveplay something, this is a good choice. 8/10

If you could see me now- Eclectic, good singing. A lot like the best of Payable On Death. Just has a great vibe that Truby's style seems to have inspired. 7/10

Lights Out- I keep hearing Kid Rock... I know P.O.D. was one of the original bands to create this sound, but I guess I've just grown out of it... 6/10

Roots in Stero- Another Satellite-like track, with a touch of the Payable On Death Vibe. Good closer 8/10.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Testify ( Get The Limited Edition) Jan. 28 2006
By Leo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Well I really enjoyed the last record even though many people hated on it. From the Warriors EP I knew this album would be good. I was not dissapointed when I heard it on MTV's The Leak. So I went and bought it. Awesome CD. Here's my review:

ROOTS IN STEREO - Good song with a good chorus. Matisyahu's part in the song is very good.

LIGHTS OUT - Not a big fan of the hip hop, but the song is o.k. Goes good with ESPN highlights.

IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW - Soft mellow song. Great chorus and a great song.

GOODBYE FOR NOW - 1st single. Good song. Everybody has heard this one.

SOUNDS LIKE WAR - Good catchy song, but I like the version called YA MAMA on the Warriors EP better. On this version the chorus is too high pitched.

ON THE GRIND - Hip Hop sound to it. Chorus is sang by some rapper. I want to hear P.O.D. not some rapper. Probably the worst song on the album.

THIS TIME - One of my favorite songs. Sonny sings his ass off in this song. Very very catchy chorus. Sonny says they would probably not play it live. That sucks. It sounds like it would be hard to sing live.

MISTAKES AND GLORIES - Heavy song. Good message. "If you don't stand for something, then you don't stand for nothing." The part that says "YOU WORK FOR US" is awesome.

LET YOU DOWN - A softer sounding song, but incredible all around. Its about suicide.

TEACHERS - Really heavy song with great singing.

STRENGTH OF MY LIFE - Great reggea sound with a great message. Sonny and Matisyahu are both great on this song. Matisyahu's lyrics are from scripture.

SAY HELLO - o.k song. Not one of their greatest.

MARK MY WORDS - Another hip hop sounding song. Its o.k.

In my opinion you should get the Limited Edition because the commentary is cool and the extra songs are great. Songs like GENERATION, BRIDGE TO BURN, EVERYTIME I DIE, and the exclusive Walmart download IN YOUR EYES should have been on the record instead of SAY HELLO and MARK MY WORDS.

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