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20111 release from the L.A.-based Rap/Rock troupe. All of the band members use pseudonyms and wear their own unique mask, most of which are based on the common hockey goal-tender design. The band members currently consist of Charlie Scene. Da Kurtzz, Danny. Funny Man. J.Dog. and Johnny 3 Tears.
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After a while, it grew on me. In some respects, it sounds the same. In others, you can tell that they've all grown as musicians. I respect their decision to experiment with other sounds, and it works. I've never understood why fans would abandon an artist when they alter their sound even slightly. I saw a lot of that in the form of comments over the weekend, and, frankly, it's a bit pathetic. We don't know the true reason behind Deuce's departure, and it really isn't any of our business. The truth of the matter is he's gone; Danny is his replacement. Accept it and move on.
Speaking of Danny, I actually enjoy his sound. There are some songs where he blatantly electronically alters his vocals, and that isn't too appealing to me. However, when it's not as obvious or when he doesn't at all, it's a very pleasant sound. In some aspects, he reminds me of Chester Bennington from Linkin Park. So, he's from American Idol--who really cares? I wouldn't have known nor been able to tell if people hadn't complained about it incessantly over the past month. He's got some talent; everyone starts somewhere.
There are some standout songs for me. "I Don't Wanna Die", "Glory", "Levitate", "Tendencies", "Mother Murder", and "S.C.A.V.A." are some of my favorites. "Bullet" is completely unexpected, and a definite departure from Hollywood Undead's typical sound in regards to music style. The lyrics are dark and almost disturbing in contrast to the music. I found myself wanting to get up and dance to it while feeling guilty for being exciting over the subject manner. It definitely gives the listener conflicting emotions, but it's catchy. Probably my favorite song on the album.
I bought the deluxe version of this album as a digital download from Amazon. Since I enjoyed the entire album already, I felt a few extra sounds would only be icing on the cake. I'm not disappointed. It's definitely worth the extra few bucks. And the video download for "Been to Hell" is always a plus. Interesting video.