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DO YOU WANNA START A WAR

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  • Audio CD (July 22, 2014)
  • Original Release Date: 2014
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: CENTURY MEDIA
  • ASIN: B00KJFZZB0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,136 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The band Fozzy has really always been about one thing: having fun. What started out for guitarist Rich Ward as a weekend cover band soon became an internationally signed act with the biggest star in professional wrestling, Chris Jericho, as its lead singer. Their first few releases still had Fozzy playing covers but with adopted stage names and a backstory written for the movies. When you have ... Read more in Amazon's Fozzy Store

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Best Fozzy album to date.
Jedd Frankforther
Please pick up this record if you are a fan of hard rock, or heavy metal, or just because you are a Fozzy fan.
Charles J. Paris
There are still a few really good songs on the album, Bad Tattoo being my hands down favorite.
WTEO

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Van Vleet on September 8, 2014
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Heard songs from this album on the podcast Talk Is Jericho and I knew that I had to get this record. I'm a Fozzy fan and really enjoyed "All that Remains" and "Grail" so I knew that this album would be good. As a wrestling fan, I was quick to check out Fozzy but even my non-wrestling fan friends love this record. MY GIRLFRIEND LIKES THIS RECORD! It has a old school Hard Rock and Metal vibe that is missing from today's music. Every song on this album is unique and stands out. You won't be disappointed. Definitely get this album.
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Do You Wanna Start a War has a lot to live up to. Sin & Bones was, undoubtedly, Fozzy's best album to date. Here's how the previous three albums stack up: All That Remains was the first completely original album recorded by the band. There are a couple of fun tracks, but the majority on display showcases a band trying REALLY hard to find a signature sound. Chasing the Grail represented a significant step forward for the band. Fozzy found their sound. And outside of a couple of hiccups, the album was full of fun, catchy tunes.

Sin & Bones, released in 2012, was Fozzy taking everything they had done with Chasing the Grail, cutting the crap out, and polishing everything to a shine. I gave the album a B in my original review, but I can honestly look back and think that it might deserve a bit of a better grade. It was still cheesy metal, but it was VERY good cheesy metal. I thought at the time that Sin & Bones was the pinnacle of what Fozzy would accomplish. After listening to So You Wanna Start a War, I'm no longer so sure.

Fozzy could have played it safe with Do You Wanna Start a War and released something very similar to Sin & Bones. And I think that would've been fine; I know I personally would have been happy. Instead, Do You Wanna Start a War feels like a new start for the band. They try plenty of new things here, and while not everything works out the way it should, you have to give Fozzy credit for not resting on their laurels.

Let's not get crazy though, Do You Wanna Start a War still feels like Fozzy. Just like Chris Jericho, who separated himself within WCW by delivering off-the-wall cheesy promos, Do You Wanna Start a War shouldn't be treated too seriously. There's a song titled Bad Tattoo for godsake.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Andrew L. Petty on July 23, 2014
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This album, in my opinion, is by far Fozzy's greatest album of original material to date!! I have been a huge fan and follower of Fozzy and Stuck Mojo from the beginning and these guys have outdone themselves! Rich and Chris absolutely nailed this one! The production and mixing on this album are also their best yet...it sounds crisp and perfect and the "groove" is there in full effect. Love some of the new guitar effects that Rich used on this one too! Bud's drumming is as good as ever. Like that this album is a little less Dungeons & Dragons and a little more "to the point" and refined. Glad to see these guys finally starting to get the recognition that they deserve after so many years! They truly are like a fine wine. Rich Ward continues to prove why he is my favorite guitar player with each album that he releases. Can't name a favorite track because I love them all and love the way the album and each track flows together. This album will definitely be in heavy rotation especially at the gym for a long time. Another thing I'd like to add, I love the album cover art! It's refreshing compared to some of the past few they've had which weren't necessarily my favorite. Wish these guys all the success in the world!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By WTEO on July 30, 2014
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I'm a pretty big Fozzy fan, and i really liked 2012's Sin & Bones. I actually thought that it was Fozzy's best album. Do You Wanna Start A War is a good album, but i would have to say that i liked Sin & Bones a bit more, it was a little more "in your face" if that makes sense. There are still a few really good songs on the album, Bad Tattoo being my hands down favorite. Brides Of Fire, Lights Go Out and the title track also are stand outs. The biggest problem to me is that there is a a LOT of generic stuff going on throughout the album. Tonight is really lame in my opinion, it's the same ol' "TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT!" generic B.S. The worst track is EASILY Unstoppable, however. I couldn't even listen to the whole thing, the woman who is in the song along with Jericho is absolutely abysmal. I would even go as far as to say that it's the worst Fozzy song i have ever heard, hands down.

Despite a couple of lackluster songs, the album overall is still enjoyable. There's definitely a few songs that are worth listening to. I would give this a 3.5/5 if i could, but 3 stars seems a bit low, so i went with 4.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Cory T. Shaeffer on July 22, 2014
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Fozzy makes no attempts to hide their influences; after all they did start out as a cover band. They attempt to broaden their horizons a bit more on this release, with a more mainstream sound that at times gives a nod to 80's hair metal (the catchy, hard hitting opener and title track) and even some metal-dance trappings (Lights Go Out).

But this is not totally a bad thing; the band sounds as energetic and immediate as ever, and plenty of tracks hit very hard, witness "Bad Tattoo." What the band may have sacrificed in lyrical content, they gain by way of great riffs and bruising but catchy hooks. It's a difficult thing to make this type of metal sound radio friendly, but the band manages to do this without abandoning their core principles of classic heavy metal.

I'd rate this album 4.5 stars, but I rounded up to five as I was impressed at how the band accomplished all they set out to do without coming across like they were trying to sound "hip." It's always a fine line and the band walks it well on this album, a nice little mid-summer soundtrack for metal fans.
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