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Lovehatetragedy

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  • Audio CD (June 18 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B000066S03
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 130 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #24,065 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. M-80 (Explosive Energy Movement)
2. Life Is A Bullet
3. Time And Time Again
4. Walking Thru Barbed Wire
5. Decompression Period
6. Born With Nothing, Die With Everything
7. She Loves Me Not
8. Singular Indestructible Droid
9. Black Clouds
10. Code Of Energy
11. Lovehatetragedy

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Limited Edition Version featuring Two Bonus Tracks 'gouge Away' and 'never Said It' Along with Two Videos 'between Angels and Insects' and 'last Resort'.

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For their second major-label release, Northern California's Papa Roach follow the same recipe of other rap-metal crossovers: aggressive, thick-chugging riffs, angst-driven lyrics, and touches of good ol' classic rock. Tracks "Time and Time Again," "Born with Nothing, Die with Everything," and "She Loves Me Not" have big, fat, clever choruses, which would fit with ease on harder mainstream radio. Elsewhere, they are far more engaging: "M-80 (Explosive Energy Movement)" bashes away with punk stylings, and the sweeping "lovehatetragedy" includes interesting chord and tempo changes. Jacoby Shaddix (the vocalist formerly known as Coby Dick) gives an impressive performance, and while he might not have the power of most of his contemporaries, he makes up for it with his more melodic approach, even within his raps. The only thing that's lacking is a distinction factor that sets them apart from everyone else, but at least they didn't steal any Iron Maiden riffs this time. --Gail Flug


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Format: Audio CD
I'm confused at why some people have been calling this CD "average" or "nothing worth buying". I think these people were expecting the rap-rock take that was on Infest or 5 Tracks Deep, and I was surprised, and very happy that they had more of a rock approach on this album. The "secret" tracks are amazing, though "Gouge Away" is a cover. The lyrics on all of the songs are really catchy, and Jacoby really went deep inside of himself to right some of the lyrics (Lovehatetradgety, Decompression Period, Born With Nothin, Die With Everything) and some of the songs just have to do with everyday life (She Loves Me Not) The CD was missing the energy that they had on songs like Snakes and Revenge from Infest, but songs like M80 show the hardcore type energy that this band shows in concert. This is really there first completely hardcore rock album, so it's not the best, but this is the third style of music they've tried (They tried funk, rap-rock, and now hardcore rock) and it is probably the best besides some of the funk on Potatoes For Christmas. N If I could, I would give this CD a 4 1/2, but I think a 5 is more appropriate.
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To be honest, I never really thought much of Papa Roach before I won free tickets to see them play live from the local metal radio station here in Las Vegas last summer. So, wanting to have some idea of what I was going to experience, I went out and purchased this CD the next day. I was left in awe.
Although it may seem like it cuts off a little short, with less than 40 minutes of playing time, this record is a nu metal masterpiece (and trust me, that word isn't an oxymoron, just listen to System of a Down's first two releses). Now I'll admit... on some songs there are those generic, cliche Papa Roach lyrics, but you'll also notice how well written some of the other songs are. I'd also like to add that all of the band members (yes, including singer Jacoby Shaddix/Coby Dick whatever floats your boat) have talent. Listen to guitarist Jerry Horton's explosive overdriven guitar riffage, then check out "Decompression Period", a song that he recorded with a resonator. Then you have Tobin, the bass player, who uses a 5-string bass, and on many song's a teqnique where he plays along to Jerry's guitar riff on the 5th string, resulting in an extremley low, but very melodic accompaniment to the guitar work (check out songs like "Life is a Bullet" and if you have their debut CD "Blood Brothers"), all using the fingers, no picks. Then of course there's Dave on the drums, who really knows how to just go off with crazy fills and stuff. All their talents combine together for a raw, sharp, and EXPLOSIVE sound, and even if you just want to rock out to something while your cleaning your room or whatever then I think you'll really enjoy this C.D.
The overall sound of this record is amazingly RAW, which is due to using very little or no over dubbing in the studio, making for a C.D.
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Jacoby Shaddix starts off screaming in the roudy song M-80 that's the lead track in their sophomore release, LoveHateTragedy. I was thinking maybe all the tracks will be like Infest, since M-80 sounded a bit like the first song off that CD as well! Boy was I wrong! Other than 'She Loves Me Not', there is no rapping. And while the band gets along without it, and Jerry Horton, Tobin Esperance, David Buckner, as well as their vocalist Jacoby have improved their musicianship and sound, I feel something lacking. The reason being, they dropped the rap and Shaddix's rapping voice had a great edge to it that really adds some feeling to a song! Another thing I noticed is the lack of really hard-hitting riffs right from the start. M-80 is good, as well as Tracks 4, 7, 9, 10, and even 11. But songs like Life is a Bullet and Time and Time Again have either there riffs messed up (there's a trill on the end of the LIAB riff) or its simply not really cool to listen to. Especially when you have tracks like Last Resort, Dead Cell, Thrown Away, and the extremely heavy starting of Revenge to compare to from Infest. Lyrics-wise, while Jacoby improved his voice and has more emotion, his lyrics lack the punch as well as the complexity (other than Code of Energy) of his former works. For example, "What is the reason/There's millions of reasons." Then you have a rap on Infest which is like: "I've seen it happen/Backhand brand to face smackin'/Definite disorder now his mindset is blackened." The latter lines have much more flow while Jacoby, singing, is trying too hard to sing and fit that flow so he can't use that complexity he once had in his songwriting.
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Therefore Papa Roach should endeavour, in their next album, to bring back SOME of their rap/rock style.
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Papa Roach's new album does not (in my opinion) compare to "Infest". I am, however, glad they got rid of [most] of the rap. Now I will review the songs.
1.M-80 (Explosive Energy Movement)-2/5-Punkier than the rest of the tracks, this song would be fairly good if it wasn't for the stupid lyrics.
2.Life Is A Bullet-4/4-A slower song, about someone "living life in the fsat lane". It's good, but gets boring after hearing it too many times.
3.Time And Time Again-5/5-Rappier than all the other tracks, only it's not rappy enough to be called...rap. Whatever, it's just good.
4.Walking Thru Barbed Wire-3/5-This is a pretty boring song. That's all I can say. Sounds no different from the rest.
5.Decompression Period-2/5-I always skip this one. It's melodic, and I usaully like melodic stuff, but this dosen't stand out at all.
6.Born With Nothing, Die With Everything-5/5-My favorite song on the album. Good guitars, bass, drums, singing, lyrics, everything.
7.She Loves Me Not-4/5-...Yeah, you've heard it...
8. Singular Indestructible Droid-5/5-Another cool track with good lyrics. I like the chorus.
9.Black Clouds-3/5-Slow song, like "Decompression Period", only it reminds me of Crazy Town's "Black Cloud" too much, and that song annoys me.
10.Code Of Energy-?-5-I haven't listened to this that much yet.
11.Lovehatetragedy-0/5-I am sorry, but nothing stands out to me in this song at all.
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12.Gouge Away-0/5-The singing in this is horrible, so horrible I've only been able to stand 30 seconds of the song. This should've been a normal track, that way they could've gotten a good song for the bonus.
13.Never Said It-0/5-...See previous.
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