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  • Audio CD (August 5, 2014)
  • Original Release Date: 2014
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Republic
  • ASIN: B00LBU7V9Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (261 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #232 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Great catchy riffs, nice and heavy.
Olga
This new album by Godsmack is amazing in the fact that I liked every (and I mean every single one) song from the first time I heard them!
Michael Cast
Its been awhile since I left a Godsmack CD in my cars stereo... this one will stay put for a long time.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Z. on August 5, 2014
Format: Audio CD
After a rather long wait for their next LP, Godsmack finally unleash 1000hp, 4 years after 2010's, The Oracle. As a band that were going through some rough waters not too long ago and were close to splitting at one point, you wouldn't know it by listening to this album. It's everything and then some of what you'd expect from Godsmack at this point. You have the typical Godsmack ballads but sprinkled throughout the album, you have some experimenting with different styles, something we haven't really seen from Godsmack since IV.

The album kicks off with the big lead single, "1000hp", your typical Godsmack "pump-up" track with an anthem chorus that will definitely get live crowds going. Nothing out of the ordinary for Godsmack. It then heads into "FML" which has a pretty catchy riff to carry the song, but again follows the same Godsmack structure. Godsmack first shows it's experimental side with "Something Different", an ironic song title I'd say. The verses of this song are very different compared to anything else Godsmack has ever done and Sully's vocal phrasing is completely new to Godsmack. "What's Next" is another stereotypical Godsmack tune, "Generation Day" is a bouncy song and I love it. The instrumental bridge to this song may just be the highlight of the album for me. "Locked & Loaded" serves as the sequel to "Cryin' Like A B****", it's about Nikki Sixx and the well-documented feud he and Sully Erna had during Cruefest a few years back, decent song, but this battle of inflated egos needs to end, time to get over it and move on. "Livin' In The Gray" is another one of the better songs on the album. "I Don't Belong" is also a really good song and contains some of the better riffs on the album.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By W. freeman on August 7, 2014
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Well it's no surprise that Godsmack haven't changed their formula much in the last 16 years or so since their first release, which can be a bad thing. First off the first album was great, with great song writing, singing, and the riffs weren't super heavy, but very versatile from song to song. After that we saw Godsmack take a much heavier route with Awake and Faceless, which some criticized and hate, and I actually liked. After IV was released my attention waned a bit from the band as it was a good, but not great effort. With to many "blues tinged" type songs on it. And Speak being the only really big hit from the album. The Oracle IMO was a step back in the right direction with some great songs, even though again some riffs were "rehashed" or just blended together, but still the good songs, and variety weren't lacking.

Onto 1000hp where everything is mixed up, but the band seems to have lost a lot of "steam" they once had, or are suffering from writers block. Sully Erna's vocals are the real gem on the album as he hits new highs, and yells with flawless effort. While it sounds like most of the lyrics were written by an 9 year old, and the band just seem to be jamming. There is no real feel, or effort put into the songs. They are just well, very weak, especially songs like Generation Day (probably one of the worst Godsmack songs I've ever heard). Song highlights would probably be the title track (even though the lyrics are very cheesy) to say the least. FML is an attempt at a Sick Of My Life type track, which it doesn't really come to close to, although it's pretty good. One of the best is the less is more song, "Something Different", which sounds like it could have been on Sully's solo album. Good lyrics, very catchy with a dark moody tone. Very similar to What If?.
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Boston's Godsmack is a band that have been very consistent with releasing good, yet ultimately unremarkable albums. "1000hp" (2014) is yet another good, but not great album. This is the same type of later-day Metallica meets Alice In Chains hard-rock that the band has been releasing since the late 90s. I really liked the balled "Something Different" and the Zeppelin-esque "Generation Day." The rest of the album is solid, yet not really all that memorable.

I'd recommend this album if you're a Godsmack fan. There's really nothing wrong with "1000hp" and it's about what I expected. On its own limited terms, the album delivers.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Christina M. Raschke on August 6, 2014
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Since the 1998 of the Self-Titled album Godsmack has been on a tear. They followed up with the 2000 release of Awake and the 2003 release of Faceless (which was shortly afterwards followed by the acoustic EP The Other Side in 2004). While I have my favorite album of the three, any one of them could be compared to the other and argued as "The Best" Godsmack album. At this point in their career it seemed Godsmack could do no wrong and certainly set the precedent that there was no end to their endless streak of perfect song writing. They weren't the most technically written songs and they were far from a "musician's" band, but they displayed raw energy with every song and clearly subdued their superior individual talents for the greater good and boy did it work.

Then they took a break and decided to slow it down ALOT. In comparison, Godsmack released only 3 albums in 8 years (which includes 1000hp) and if the last two albums are any indication on the future, it will be another four years before we see another Godsmack release. With that said, the band has been around for twenty years and they've earned the right to slow things down a bit to enjoy the ride.

However, the problem isn't that they are taking longer to put out albums, it's that they are taking longer to put out albums AND the songs lack the quality displayed in the previous albums. While the first 3 albums (and the subsequent EP) were nearly flawless, 2006's IV started showing signs that not every Godsmack album was going to be perfect. At the end of the day, you still got a good (not great) album from Godsmack which satisfied their fans and can be highly recommended. 4 years later, The Oracle came out.
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Correct, except you forgot to mention that, in order to get the album for $9.99, buyers must use promo code GODSMACKSAVE2 (valid in-store and online). Here is the official coupon as posted on the band's facebook page:

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