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Staind dove into bleaker recesses than ever before and surfaced with their heaviest and most hypnotic album to date, STAIND, their self-titled, seventh studio album.
The multi-platinum Massachusetts hard rock outfit—Aaron Lewis, Mike Mushok, and Johnny "Old School" April—pushed itself to the very brink. There was struggle and strife, but, as a result, Staind ... Read more in Amazon's Staind Store

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  • Audio CD (August 9, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Clean
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B0009X7786
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (186 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #568,623 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Chapter V marks the return of one of the biggest-selling rock groups in America today. Recorded at Allaire Studios in Shokan, NY and at the band's Springfield, MA rehearsal space, the CD was produced and mixed by David Bottrill (Peter Gabriel, Mudvayne, Godsmack). Staind is back in a huge way!

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This album is awesome, every song on this cd is worth buying.
JaWarrior
This album is a good mix of dysfunction, break the cycle, and 14 Shades of Grey.
Joshua Morgan
The song can really represents different things to a lot of people.
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87 of 94 people found the following review helpful By A. Estes on August 9, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Well, one thing you'll notice upon your first listen to Staind's new album, "Chapter V," is that frontman Aaron Lewis seems to have moved past the "high on life" attitude he toted throughout much of 2003's ironically titled "14 Shades Of Grey." Not to say he's angry again, but gone are such sweet ballads as "So Far Away" and "Zoe Jane." If "Chapter V" is like any Staind album, it's probably best compared to "Break The Cycle." Taking turns between moody, introspective ballads and raw, in your face cuts that are likely to inspire a moshpit. Although they are far from reinventing themselves, Staind take a little bit of their past, and update it, and mix it up with feelings of today. In the past,they took things to extremes. If you wanted to kill yourself, "Tormented" would be your soundtrack. If you finally found inner happiness, "14 Shades Of Grey" would be your cup of tea. "Chapter V" takes the challenge of balancing all those emotions. From low lows, to high highs, all the bases are covered on this one album. I think it's safe to say that Staind have created an album that will appeal to most everyone.

With David Botrill (Tool, Silverchair) producing, and with guitarist Mike Mushok sporting a lush head of hair, Staind are back. "Chapter V" begins with one of the best, "Run Away," which takes things to a new level for the group. Mushok's guitar parts are more expressive than ever, and truly define this one song. It's a perfect way to kick off things, with a song that carries so many dynamics, much like the entire album itself. Fans of the group will find familiar fare in the mid-tempo, semi-ballads "Right Here" and "Schizophrenic Conversations," but the group truly reaches it's peak with the mezmerizing and touching "Everything Changes.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By firesoul51 on August 16, 2006
Format: Audio CD
While some may argue that Staind is becoming too soft compared to their earlier albums like Tormented and Dysfunction, that sentiment hasn't stopped them from putting out another great album packed with hits. This album blends their "hard core" metal beginnings with their greatly developed musical talents and abilities and the result is friggin brilliance. Aaron's vocals and Mike's guitar make this album worth buying.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By hellrun on August 10, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Poor Staind. No one ever seems to understand them. Their first two albums, "tormented" and "dysfunction" were hits, showcasing staind's heavy blend of hard rock, and frontman Aaron Lewis's screwed up family angst. But after "dysfunction" staind started to play down the heaviness, and focus on their musical abilities. Lewis dropped the screaming for the most part, but his angst stayed the same. Still, all the wimps hiding behind their message boards talked crap.

With this, their fifth release, Staind continue pretty much where "break the cycle" and "14 shades of grey left off" the lead single, right here, is a breathtaking piece, followed by many more. I recently saw Staindwith three days grace and hurt on the Jagermeister world tour, and their show was a breathtaking experience for me, my girlfriend and our 2 friends.

So everyone who doesnt believe in evolution...stop talkin crap and go listen to your crappy pop-emo bands.........stop disrespecting legitimate artists like staind
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jorge Arreola on August 9, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Aaron Lewis really out did himself with his performance on this cd. Tracks: "Right Here," "Everything Changes," "Take This," are definitely great tracks to use your repeat button on your stereo. This cd really sets the standards for any other bands trying to put out cd's this year. Recommend this cd to anyone who is a longterm fan or anyone who likes great rock.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Matt Daigle on August 9, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Everyone I've heard listen to this so far has told me that it's sounded like 14 Shades Of Gray. I listened to this CD, and I have no idea what they're talking about. Save for maybe one or two songs, the whole CD sounds like it's on a different level then 14 Shades

I found the songs Run Away, Right Here,Falling and Please to be my favorite on the CD. This CD is a lot heavier then 14 Shades. It's more along the lines of Break THe Cycle, with remnants of 14 Shades. The song Paper Jesus is DEFINITELY more like Break THe Cycle, borderline Dysfunction.

The only track I didn't really like was Cross To Bear. I didn't find it to be a standout track.

All in all, the CD is excellent. A must have for a fan of Staind.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. Seier on September 23, 2005
Format: Audio CD
My rating of each song (out of a possible 5 stars):

1. Run Away - *****
2. Right Here - slower song, but I like it a lot *****
3. Paper Jesus - ****
4. Schizophrenic Conversations - ** least favorite song
5. Falling - *****
6. Cross to Bear - ***
7. Devil - **** this song took a while for me to like it but it eventually grew on me; slow song
8. Please - ****
9. Everything Changes - *****
10. Take This - *****
11. King of All Excuses - *****
12. Reply - ****

This is one of my favorite albums right now. I won't compare it to the previous Staind albums. This album has a different feel to it and therefore it can't be compared to the others. I won't say it's their best or their worst. I just like it!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Cody666 on August 8, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Pure f**king brilliance.

Those are three words that defines the quality of this album. Staind offer us this 12-track album, Chapter V, a fantastic mix of pulse-hammering guitars and incredible vocals. Tracks like "King Of All Excuses", "Cross To Bear" and "Paper Jesus", deliver insanely heavy guitar riffs combined with the awesome vocals of frontman Aaron Lewis. Meanwhile mellower songs like "Everything Changes" and "Trippy" are thrown in to slow the momentum down. Every song on this album scores ten out of ten, as I just can't find any flaws in any of them. The best track, I think, is "Cross To Bear". Excellent chorus, great guitar riffs and a chilling opening are only a few of the things that make the song so good.

But don't let me describe every song for you, find out for yourself and go out and buy this album now.
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