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Underclass Hero Import

3.8 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (July 24 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Universal
  • ASIN: B000RIHBIE
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
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1. Underclass Hero
2. Walking Disaster
3. Speak Of The Devil
4. Dear Father
5. Count Your Last Blessings
6. Ma Poubelle
7. March Of The Dogs
8. The Jester
9. With Me
10. Pull The Curtain
11. King Of Contradiction
12. Best Of Me
13. Confusion And Frustration In Modern Times
14. So Long Goodbye

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UK pressing of the Canadian punksters 2007 album features one bonus audio track: 'No Apologies'. Underclass Hero marks a step in a bold new direction for the group, whose three full length album's, 2001's All Killer, No Filler, 2002's, Does this Look Infected and 2004 Chuck have sold over 7 million units worldwide. 'You Can't help buy grow a little', says Whibley about the band's musical and lyrical maturity. 'We now see the artistic side of music. We wanted to make this the most artistic punk-rock record we could. We approach music differently now. Things now have a purpose. We care about the craft of it now.' The is Sum 41, better than ever...and this time no regrets. Universal. 2007.

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Rise up, pop-punk fans, and salute Sum 41: With Blink-182 broken up and Good Charlotte going for a rock vibe, the boys from Ontario stand a chance at reinvigorating the entire stalled subgenre. Not just because the competition has thinned, but because Underclass Hero is just that great. Though nobody would accuse lead singer Deryck Whibley of sounding like Green Day's Billy Joe Armstrong, he bites into the politically charged lyrics that course through this 14-track set as hard: "March of the Dogs," "The Jester," and "Confusion and Frustration in Modern Times" are served up with a spasmodic sneer (and, in the case of the latter, a lyric that will resonate with legions of the exasperated: "Confusion's all I see/Frustration surrounds me/Solution's bid farewell/Sedation? What the hell"), and the title track comes bounding out of stereo speakers with both outrage and lit-up energy. On the lighter side, the ballad "With Me" is sweet and simple enough to recall Plain White Ts, and "Ma Poubelle," a French ditty, strikes a weird Beatle-y chord before rapidly dissolving. Does Sum 41 add up to the hottest pop-punk band going, then? For sure. Do the math. --Tammy La Gorce


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Format: Audio CD
This album is a really good album, period.
I saw a guy bashing it earlier saying it doesn't reach teenagers like it should, well with exception to the song Underclass Hero this album is not about that.
These 3 guys are all married, actually I think either Cone or Stevo is only in a long term relationship and not married yet, all over 25, and all too damn old to keep making songs like In Too Deep, Fat Lip, ect. (ALTHOUGH THOSE SONGS ARE AWESOME TOO!!)
I'm 22 and have been a Sum fan since I heard 'Makes No Difference' on the radio and spent my monthly allowance to go buy the CD, and these guys have never disappointed with any album since as I own them all.
INFACT they have done something other punk bands have a horrible time with, which is growing WITH their fans. Where-as even the "great" Green Day had to flop 2 albums before they realized their fan base was now about 25 and wanted something more mature then Minority :P
These guys, and Derik in particular as he wrote all the songs with Stevo helping on a couple, have hit the perfect balance between songs with punk and meaning in them.

My favs are...
Speak Of The Devil - Brilliant Song, ups-downs, and alot of hidden meanings me thinks ;)
Count Your Last Blessings - Wasn't a HUGE fan of Chuck, although I went to see them when they toured for it, but this song shows they still have that political side to them and can do it without trying to be metal.
Best Of Me - Such a good, honest, deep song.
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when i heard dave "brownsound" baksh left the band and sum41 was making a new album the first thing that came into my head was "this album is gunna be horrible!" but sum 41 surprised me and made a decent album without brownsound. now this cd is no "does this look infected" but its listinable and sum41 deserves alot of credit if most bands lost there lead guitarest that made them big they woulda fade off and just give up but not sum41 they fought hard to make this album as best as they could with the departure of mr.baksh. so support this cd its a good "brownsoundless album"
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Personally , I think that this CD is the best of Sum 41 ever . All the songs are good and I hopethat they will continu like that , I always loved Sum 41 but now , They are on the top !!!!!!!

My top 5 on this cd is :
-Underclass Hero
-Confusion And Frustration In Modern Times
-Speak Of The Devil
-With Me
-Count Your Last Blessings

If you never buy a Sum 41 CD , buy all their Cd because they are all Awesome but buy It In This Order :
-Underclass Hero
-Does This Look Infected?
-All Killer No Filler
-Half Hour of Power
-Chuck

Sum 41 Rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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