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"This sh*t is for real. Watch out, cuz they're not gonna stop!" So says Fred Durst about Staind, and he should know. As the frontman of Limp Bizkit, Fred has sold over half a million albums, making Bizkit one of the most notorious new metal bands along with Korn, the Deftones and Tool. With Dysfunction, their major label debut on Flip/Elektra, Staind are ready to prove that they share the family values that made those artists such upstanding citizens. Certified at 1 million units by the RIAA. (2/01)

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Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst fell in love with Staind so hard that he coproduced their major-label debut. This fact should be endorsement enough for the Massachusetts-based quartet's target audience. Although not as heavy on hip-hop influences, singer Aaron Lewis's guttural, dragged-through-the-mud vocals dig into the meaty guitar wall and thrash around the speakers like Durst's band. Dysfunction's all-you-can-eat buffet of decibels grows a bit wearisome by the end of the album, but a couple of numbers stand up and demand to be noticed. "Just Go" boasts a classically sludgy Mudhoney-like groove before settling into an uncoiling murmur à la Judas Priest. The well-executed moshpit-ready "Mudshovel" gleefully cops from Alice in Chains' psychedelic leanings. Staind's hard-rock epistles are certain to gather the band a devoted following. --Jason Josephes

1. Suffocate
2. Just Go
3. Me
4. Raw
5. Mudshovel
6. Home
7. A Flat
8. Crawl
9. Spleen

Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 13, 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Elektra / Wea
  • ASIN: B00000IFX4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (468 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,634 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 9, 1999
Format: Audio CD
This is such a sic CD! Aaron does not have an annoying whiney voice as i have read in some of the reviews. He is a very good singer. This is one of the best new metal/hard rock bands around. This CD is easily up there with SLIPKNOT for best CD of '99. The guitars are pounding, the bass is thumping, and the drums are brutal. I saw them live at FAMILY VALUES and they were the ones who made the concert worth the $35.00 ticket. Here are my individual ratings for each of the songs:
1. Suffocate-5/5 Great opener to the CD.
2. Just Go- 4/5 Good follow up to Suffocate, was the first single of DYSFUNCTION.
3. Me- 3/5 Song really doesn't fit...too soft
4. Raw- 5/5 awesome song second hardest on the CD really gets you going after ME
5. Mudshovel- 5/5 Song that got them popular, but it still is a cool song, love the bass intro.
6. Home- 4/5 Good Song but again they get softer.
7. A Flat- 5/5 again good song to get the listener goin again.
8. Crawl- 6/5 BEST/HARDEST/MOST ENERGIZING song on the CD. the bridge in this song is awesome.
9. Spleen- 5/5 Great closer to the CD. Another hard song. THERE IS ALSO A HIDDEN SONG ABOUT EIGHT MINUTES AFTER THIS ONE IS OVER.
Another thing if STAIND ever comes to your town, go see them live! They are SOOOOOOO kick a** in concert. You won't regret seeing them. BUY THIS!
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Anthony on August 21, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Alright, let me just say i first heard of Staind when i saw them on the family values 99 tour here in san antonio. at that time i was not much into rock, but i thought that they rocked it. now they are my favorite band.
This is really Staind's second album, which they really matured on. this cd offers something for everyone, unless you are like me and love every song. The singer Aaron Lewis shares everything with his audience. His singing is strait from the heart, and that makes the best music. See him live and watch how he preforms, he is close to tears. He can truly "sing" as shown in songs like Home, Just Go, and Me. He also gets mad on tracks like Raw and Spleen. I can really relate to him, and numereous times this cd has brought me to tears.
The music is unbelievable. Lead by hard heavy guitars thanks to Mike Mushok who is amazing. Bassist Jonny April also very talented. Drummer Jon Wysocki (is that right?) can pound the drum set with impeccable timing along with Aarons vocals.
When i need to "let it all out" i sing along with the whole cd. when i am working out i listen to the cd. i listen to it in the car. it is always a good time for Staind.
If you havent heard Home, Mudshovel, or Just Go on the radio, you must check this album out. If you have heard these on the radio, there is plenty more on the album. If you didnt really like what you heard on the radio, all the songs are not like that. Just listen to it at a local music store.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By David Baker on May 5, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Someone recommended Staind to me saying they're like KoRn. Though I like KoRn, I didn't care because I don't listen to metal all that much, but I decided to try something new, so here I am. I'm really impressed with the purchase. Staind, while owing to KoRn somewhat, are more like our (well, mine anyways) fallen Seattle heros, especially Soundgarden and Alice In Chains. For the 13-year-olds, that's a very high praise (and if you like KoRn and Staind, you'll love those two). Instead of the usual loud racket, bad attitude, talentless metal bands (that's why I rarely listen to it), Staind are very thoughtful. Some very smart lyrics, amazing musicians, topped off with a smooth flow, and you have "Dysfunction". Don't worry though, if it's hard rock you want, you've come to the right place. Mike Mushok can deliver very crunchy riffs with a sense of melody, not catchy, but it will keep the listener tuned. He's a very good guitarist and he should be one to look out for in the future. Thankfully, the rest of the band members are just as talented. Johnny April is just as good as Mike, Jon Wysocki is an amazing drummer and Aaron Lewis has a very beautiful voice, very deep like Eddie Vedder's but just as crystal clear. But what's a band without any good songs? Staind have plenty, even though you only get ten (secret song at the end), these ten songs will keep those who listen very happy. "Suffocate" is a great opener, couldn't have had a better one. "Just Go", "Mudshovel" and "Home" are the singles, I love them too. "Me" is a really beautiful song that may not find a place with metal heads because of it's slow pace, no matter, their loss.Read more ›
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 12, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Amazing 'cause no one really sounds like them.This isn't rap/metal,this is hard rock or alt/metal that leans towards the metal side more often than not,despite the occasional hip-hop beats.The only reason I say alternative because of the hidden track,which is called "Black Rain" if i'm not mistaken,which is acoustic.The band is amazing with some serious talent.The guitars are great,"Raw",and the bass is too like in "Mudshovel" both Mike and Johnny should be proud.Jon does an excellent job on this album mixing heavy metal-type drumming with furious hip-hop beats that I love.Aaron Lewis though has to be heard.His vocals are like Eddie Vedder and lyrics are some of the best i've heard in a long,long time.The lyrics are thought provoking and are way better then you think. "Just Go" is the perfect example of this bands talent and Aaron's ability to come up with moving lyrics.The first five songs are easily the best and way better then any thing i've heard in a very long time."Suffocate" and "Raw" totally rock."Just Go" and "Mudshovel" are the two amazing singles."Me" is kinda slow but I love it and Aaron's voice sounds so hurt.The rest range from good to great "A Flat" being the best.The hidden track is the best song on the album 'cause it's so emotional and hauntingly beautiful.It reminds me of Nirvana's "Something In The Way".Both songs have production problems,Kurt used a broken guitar and Aaron's voice sounds like he was in a hallway,but both are touching, brilliant,and show undeniable talent.Please give this a try, you'll love it.
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