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  • Audio CD (April 6, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Candlelight
  • ASIN: B0001HAI1S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #278,139 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Can You Feel It?
2. Left for Dead
3. Godspeed
4. Implode
5. American Dreams
6. Cut Throat
7. Aftermath
8. Save Face
9. The Better Half of Forever
10. Freedom Rings
11. Lost Horizons
12. Fistful of Hate

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Fistful Of Hate

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Overall, a very good album, not a masterpiece though and i'll tell you why.
Juan Carlos Velez
They lay it all out of track one and if that doesn't convinced you nothing will, so go buy the latest Metallica album and keep calling yourself a metalhead.
Tommy-O!
They also do an instrumental track that is very cool and a nice change of pace.
Tony Paye

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Juan Carlos Velez on April 24, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Very few bands have released 8 full-lenght albums maintaining the same style and PRO-PAIN can be proud of it. "FISTFUL OF HATE" is their last release and once again, a solid one. Overall, a very good album, not a masterpiece though and i'll tell you why. It starts with "Can you feel it?" and "Left for Dead": the first 2 tracks and clearly my favorites: full of angry, moshy and catchy riffing along with devastating double drumming, and with that classic PRO-PAIN mid-tempo/speed pace that will blow your mind away. Then, "Godspeed" and "American dreams" introduce a new face for the band, with clean vocals on chorus; I personally don't like it. It gives me a sensation of uncertainty for what could happen in the next album. I hope PRO-PAIN doesn't fall into that "nu-new-metal" crap with that "bi-dimensional vocals" non-sense. Gary Meskhil's vocals are like a flag for them and should never be changed. Still, those tracks are not bad, and heavy indeed. "Imploded" delivers blasting double drumming, not a fast song but brutally intense. "Aftermath" and "Freedom Rings" don't stand out as great songs but they do have PRO-PAIN written on them all over the place, like "Cut throat". The instrumental "Better half of forever" is without a doubt one of the stars of the album: energetic and full of breaking rhythm changes; shows their maturity. The last 2 song bring back what the first 2 do: "Lost horizons" and the title track "Fistful of hate" are demolishing: thrash/speed/core metal as its best. In summary, if you are looking for the usual PRO-PAIN sound you will definitely find it.Read more ›
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Format: Audio CD
Plain and simply this CD is heavy as hell and crushing with good hooks and melodies. The songs retain that Pro-Pain hardcore/punk edge but there are couple of new twists I haven't heard on previous releases. In many of the choruses they incorporate the modern day approach of using clean vocals and harmonies to offset the dirty/gruff vocals used in the rest of the song. They also do an instrumental track that is very cool and a nice change of pace. I would agree that the songs may not be as up-tempo across the board as prior releases but the songs are extremely heavy, thrashy, and have that Pro-Pain sound. IMHO, I hear a band that has really matured in their song writing and may have released their best project to date. Go get it, you won't be disappointed. Just make sure you are not listening and driving your car at the same time as this music may cause you to careen into another vehicle as you snap your head back and forth like a banshee!!!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "cykillrenegade" on April 8, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Pro-Pain knows exactly what kind of music their fans want to hear, and they know how to keep each album unique each time. Although there is not as much speed to this one as compared to previous albums, there are a few intense songs thrown onto here.'The better half of forever', their first instrumental track, is an adrenaline enhanced thrash-fest that's worthy of an award. Other than the title track being fine speed metal as well, they otherwise focused on heaviness with most of the songs, that being their specialty. Check out 'American Dreams', with a chorus that will stick in your head and hands down one of the catchiest songs they've ever written. Pro-Pain is no doubt the hardest working band in the business, a factor besides their influence on younger hardcore bands that makes them a legend in the music industry.
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By john F'n doe on September 27, 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
PRO-PAIN ALL WAYSSOUND SO MUCH BETTER LIVE THAN ON CD WHY THEY LEAVE SO MUCH TREBLE/HIGHS IN THE GUITARS I DON'T UNDER STAND (I USED TO PLAY GUITAR BUT I HATE THAT MUCH TREMBLE EQ LEFT IN THE MIX AND THEY NEED TO USH SOME BASS IN THE GUITAR TONE, THE GUITAR ARE NEARLY UNDISTINGUSHIBLE IN THE MIX FROM EACH OTHER AND THE DRUMS AND BASS HIDE THEM ON CD BUT LIVE IT'S TOTALLY DIFFERENT THE GUITARS ARE GREAT THE CRUNCH AND ROAR SOME OF THEIR NEWER CDS SOUND BETTER BUT THIS TREND STARTED WITH THE TRUTH HURTS AND GOT MORE PRONOUCED THAT THE GUITARS ARE TO THIN AND RUN LIKE CHAINSAWS LACK DEFINITION LIKE THE SOUND LIVE!!
GREAT CD BUT STILL WEAK GUITAR TONES SADLY BUT THE REST IS REAL GOOD STUFF.
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Format: Audio CD
This cd is probably one of the best purchases you'll make this year if you're into this stuff. Although a little repetitive at times (but how many bands aren't somewhat anyway yet still good?!), the sheer volume of highly listenable crushing energy released makes it all worthwhile. I don't how they maintain such a high level either naturally or on dexies or something ;-P, but if you need a good shock to the system and wake up call from this eF'd up Matrix we call Life, this is just the ticket! Left for Dead and The Better Half of Forever just kill!
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