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After spending nearly all of last year on the road, including their 4th headlining run on the 2010 Vans Warped Tour – RIAA platinum Island Records group Sum 41 has completed the most long-awaited new studio album of their career. SCREAMING BLOODY MURDER, arriving March 29th jumps out with the title tune single, “Screaming Bloody Murder,” impacting now at Alternative Rock ... Read more in Amazon's Sum 41 Store

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  • Audio CD (November 26, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Island
  • ASIN: B00008G87V
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (650 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,525 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Hell Song
2. Over My Head (Better Off Dead)
3. My Direction
4. Still Waiting
5. A.N.I.C.
6. No Brains
7. All Messed Up
8. Mr. Amsterdam
9. Thanks For Nothing
10. Hyper-Insomnia-Para-Condrioid
11. Billy Spleen
12. Hooch

Customer Reviews

This is one of the best cd's I have ever heard.
drunken idiot
I listened to the cd like ten times or more the first day I got it.
Chris White
This is a very good cd that has many songs to my liking.
Gail Ames

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Remington Graves on November 29, 2002
Format: Audio CD
After hearing what "All Killer, No Filler" had to offer, I must say that I was hardly what you would call a fan of Sum 41. Upon listening to "Still Waiting" (for those not aware, the first single off "Does This Look Infected?"), however, I decided to give this band another chance. Rest assured that I was not disappointed - this is one of the most satisfying CD purchases I have made in quite a while, and I am now officially considered a "goon" (which, I am told, is what Sum 41 fans call themselves).
To begin with, the single hooked me; this track alone guaranteed that I would buy the CD. "Still Waiting" is an extremely catchy song, blessed with crisply frenetic riffs and a gloriously harmonious chorus. One always worries that the other songs on an album will not be up to snuff, but my concerns were quickly put to rest by the first notes of "The Hell Song" and the subsequent pieces of music.
If you have been keeping up with the professional reviews of this album, you have undoubtedly heard that Sum 41 have matured musically since their last endeavour. The reviews are right; although the members of the band apparently don't take themselves very seriously (read below about the included DVD), their music has hit puberty, so to speak. The guitarwork, melodies, and harmonies all show incredible improvement from "All Killer, No Filler." In one interview, frontman Deryck Whibley said that the band was going for the "holy [feces]" factor: They wanted people who hear the new album to say "Holy [feces], this is Sum 41?!" Although the irrepressible Sum 41 style still shines through, "Does This Look Infected?" does definitely possess a harder, darker, more sober aspect; an edge missing from their last record.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By the one and only on September 27, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is the first album that I bought from Sum 41, I had heared the Hell Song on the radio and couldn't get it out of my head. I finally went to the store and bought the album. To my surprise, not only did I enjoy that song, but almost every other song was great also. I was completely surprised by how much talent these guys have and this is definately great to own!

The best songs on this CD would have to be:

The Hell Song: A great guitar solo in this one, and the song is extremely catchy. The second best song on the album.

Over My Head [Better Off Dead]: This is the best song on the CD, again lots of great guitar moments and the way the lyrics are said makes this a great song.

Hooch: This is a song that I havent seen too many people comment on so I thought I might be one of the first ones. I think the tune is great, if you listen to it really loud it really gets your blood pumped! Everything to lose, nothing to prove!

Billy Spleen: My personal favorite when it comes to hearing it three times in a row, I'm not joking! No matter what I say, you turn your back away! Great lines in this one.

Even though I didn't mention any other songs, do not think they are bad, I just happen to like these songs a little better. Some other good songs would definately have to be Still Waiting, and Thanks for Nothing. Great songs to listen to anywhere, so buy this now!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By PunkCh1ck on January 25, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Unlike Blink-182 (Before forming Box Car Racer), every record that SUM 41 puts out is better than the last. Does This Look Infected? has a more serious yet punky sound than Half Hour of Power and All Killer No Filler.
1. The Hell Song - 9/10 - I like the sound and the lyrics and stuff but it's not quite 100% kickass.
2. Over My Head (Better Off Dead) - 10/10 - one of the best songs on the album. I never get tired of it.
3. My Direction - 8/10 - I don't really agree with some of the lyrics, but it's got good sound going on
4. Still Waiting - 9.5/10 - First song on this album that I heard. Really great one. If you think this is good, check out the others.
5. A.N.I.C - 8/10 - Love the punk-ness(?), but it should be longer.
6. No Brains - 9.5/10 - Amazing song.
7. All Messed Up - 7/10 - It doesn't really go with the rest of the album. It sounds a lot different.
8. Mr. Amsterdam - 8/10 - I get it messed up with tracks 10 and 11, for some reason. They're good, but sound like each other.
9. Thanks For Nothing - 10/10 - I love this song!
10. Hyper-insomniaparachondriod - See #8
11. Billy Spleen - See above and #8
12. Hooch - 9/10 - A great way to end a great album. Really catchy song except at the end. The punk fades away into soft singing.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Angelina on December 6, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Sum 41 have always had a good sound to them but their earlier stuff i thought has always been stronger and more rock oriented. At least thats what i thought until i heard this CD. Their new stuff is experimenting w/ different types of rock but the main difference between this CD and their old one is it's a more more powerful. The instruments are a lot more heavier and the lyrics are inspirational. this cd is not as poppy as others. their sounds has definately evolved into something great and it is portrayed in their CD. they have moved from being a stereotypical pop punk band into something a little better. Sum 41 is known for their catchy songs and thats exactly what this Cd is like. All the songs on this CD are catchy.
The album starts off strongly with "the hell song" giving a precursor on what the rest of the CD is like. The Cd does stay strong to the end which is one of the main ingredients to a sucessful CD. The CD highlights would have to be "All Messed Up" which is track 7, "Thanks for Nothing" which is track 9 and "Still Waiting" their CD single and track 5.
Also look out for the bonus DVD feature on this CD which is the video of "Still Waiting". If you are a fan of good punk rock music, go buy this CD.
It's good to see that they decided not to sell themselves off to what the industries wanted them to do. Finally the long awaited return of Sum 41 has come and it just proves that there are bands who are out there to create music not just for the money. I'm glad they decided to change their direction in their sound to more rock edge. So go out and get the CD amd give this CD a listen and you won't be dissapointed.
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