Relative Ways (4 Tracks) Single, Maxi
|1. Relative Ways|
|3. Blood Rites|
|4. The Blade Runner|
The Second Single from "Source Tags and Codes" from the Austin Tx Band that is Well on their Way to Conquering the World. Includes the NON-LP B Track "Intelligence" and a Live Version of "a Gargoyle Waiting", Making this Single Essential for New Found Fans.
Top Customer Reviews
I had listen to "Madonna" and was very unimpressed with the incredibly annoying whining vocals and bad guitar work.I LOVE pop music and really aggressive punk (the kind where a guy from Vancouver yells in a british accent) but despite what I was told,I had found none of this.But there was hope.I had heard thier next effort would be under Interscope with the holy hand of the musical genius Fred Durst to guide them into some nice catchy guitar riffs. But alas, I was disappointed.Again I had ran into some terrible guitar/piano mixes that just sound like a really obese and ugly boy choking on a hotdog.The vocals are as annoying as ever.The only thing improved about the vocals is that they changed from whiney to monotone.The song writing is terrible, I would rather sit through a Ellen Degeneres stand up routine.Anyway, if you want a good catchy listen crank up some Nickelback or Creed and stay away from Trail of Dead.But dont get me wrong,I had a cheese sandwich the other day and it was good,so is Trail of Dead, but just not cheese sandwich good.
"Relative Ways" is a great song, but "Another Morning Stoner" should of been the first single off of the new cd. "Homage" is one of the most chaotic songs TOD have recorded, starting of violently fast, then slowing down for the chorus.
However, the next two songs, "Blood Rites", and "The Blade Runner", are not good. "Blood Rites is a halfway decent song, while "The Blade Runner" is not a song.
So, if you want the first two songs, buy the AMAZING new "Source Tags and Codes", but if you're a completist, go for this.
Most recent customer reviews
HAHA, ...'s review is really funny. Creed and Nickelback...this band sounds nothing like the [stuff] you hear on the radio today...thank god! Fred Durst musical genius? Read morePublished on Sept. 3 2002
You know, The Trail of Dead is definately a band that's not for idiots, like Kyle. Creed and Nickelback? Come on! That is exactly what this band is against and they show it. Read morePublished on Feb. 26 2002 by opiate96
Judging from Kyle Piercey's review, you should DEFINITELY go out and buy this band's music...Published on Feb. 13 2002 by Chris