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At this point, absolutely nothing can stop Drowning Pool. The platinum-selling Texas quartet continues to roll forward fearlessly on their fifth full-length album and third for Eleven Seven Music. Their patent arena-ready, fist-pumping hard rock remains intact even as they welcome new singer Jasen Moreno into the fold. Make no mistake about it. This is Drowning Pool at their most focused, ... Read more in Amazon's Drowning Pool Store

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  • Audio CD (August 7, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Eleven Seven Music
  • ASIN: B000RGSOH8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,210 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Formed in Dallas Texas in 1996, Drowning Pool broke onto the national scene in 2001 with their debut album Sinner. The record went on to sell over 1 million copies behind the hit single Bodies. The band's second album Desensitized was released on April 20, 2004. The first single, Step Up reached #5 on the Active Rock Charts. Drowning Pool's music has been featured on WWE Wrestlemania, Tony Hawk: Pro Skater 3 and EA Sports: Arena Football. After selling over 300,000 concert tickets worldwide and multiple appearances on the OzzFest tour, the band will be out on the road supporting the new album Full Circle in 2007.

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Ryan is simply an amazing vocalist.
James Hightower
Again, parts may come off as a bit cheesy, but if you ignore that factor, its another solid outing by DP.
George Antonio
This album was excellent, had nice melodies, solid tracks, heavy tracks.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Sky TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 13, 2007
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Full Circle indeed....Soil and Drowning Pool are road buddies at the beginning of this decade; then Dave Williams (Drowning Pool's original, one-of-a-kind singer) tragically passes in 2002. Ryan McCombs writes Remember for Dave Williams and records it with Soil on their awesome 2004 release Redefine Redefine . Jason 'Gong' Jones joins Drowning Pool with a new sound...growling, unlistenable vocals Desensitized . Ryan leaves Soil for "family reasons", and AJ Cavalier joins Soil with a new sound...growling, unlistenable vocals True Self . Jason Jones leaves Drowning Pool in 2004 almost as fast as he joined, and Ryan McCombs joins Drowning Pool in the summer of 2005 almost as fast as he departed ways with Soil. Six years after it all began we have a "Full Circle". Whew!

Full Circle is a good CD. Is Full Circle a classic like Drowning Pool's 2001 debut Sinner Sinner ?...No. Is it as good as Soil's Redefine?...Not even. Is it better than Drowning Pool's Desensitized or Soil's True Self?...Way better than both. Full Circle is just not great...like I wanted it to be.

Full Circle gets off to a very promising start with a couple of really hard rockers. Track 1 (Full Circle) and Track 2 (Enemy--the best track on the CD) are fist pumpin', foot stompers. Track 6 is the radio-played Soldiers, and most reminiscent of the anthem rockers that both Soil and Drowning Pool built their fan base from.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Wiseguy 945 on August 7, 2007
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This is a great album. Yes, since dave died, they have never quite recovered, until now as they are given new life, reborn with the help of soils' former lead singer Ryan Mccombs. Great metal, and power vocals. Its to bad this conglomeration didn't happen earlier, but Soil was solid as well at that time, riding high on the Scars album. Soil and Drowning pool were close, toured the nation together at the time of Dave's death, in fact Ryan and Dave use to sing with eachothers groups periodically. So thank goodness this happened. I can just say its solid from start to finish, can't pick any favorites yet, but full circle and Soldier are awesome. This is a must have for metal fans, just a great power album. This will get your blood flowing. Check it out.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Shawn S. on August 8, 2007
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I remember the day I heard about Dave passing on a few days after I saw him at Ozzfest and I was truly a bit sad over it. DP was just coming onto the scene and building up a nice fan base around the country, I mean, who didn't love hearing Bodies come on the radio? I was not a huge fan of the desensitized album, however still enjoyed the fact that despite the sub-par vocalist, the musical aspect was still quite good. I'd have to say I hold DP in pretty high regard for the fact that they have weathered the things that have come their way and they are still willing to come out and play music for us. Onto their 3rd vocalist, Ryan McCombs, well what can I say, he is definitely one of the better sounding vocalists of this day and age and his foray with Soil was amazing. So when I heard that he was going to be fronting for DP I was simply elated.

And that elation has come to fruition in Full Circle.
An absolutely amazing 3rd outing from a band who truly has in their own right come Full Circle
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Ducks on August 8, 2007
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I can clearly remember where i was and what i was doing when i heard that Dave Williams died, about three days after i'd seen Drowning Pool at Ozzfest.

I can clearly remember when he was replaced and how excited i was, until i heard Step Up for the first time. Then i saw the music video, and then the album cover, and i cried. I never bought Desensitized, and i never will. If somebody gave it to me i'd put it in the microwave.

I can clearly remember bouncing off walls and screaming with joy when i heard that Jason Jones had been ejected from the band. That guy couldn't write lyrics to save his life.

I can clearly remember when Ryan McCombs was selected to replace Jason Jones and crying with joy. I liked Soil when they first came out. I like Ryan's voice and his lyrics. So i sat and impatiently waited for them to release something, anything, and when i heard Soldiers, i wasn't disappointed. I saw Drowning Pool about a month ago with Ryan, and they sounded awesome. The energy was there, it was definitely the band reborn. I thought it was great how obviously embarrassed the band is of Jason Jones; the only song from Desensitized they played was Step Up and they got it out of the way early in the set. They were selling copies of Sinner but not Desensitized. They had stuff with pictures of the band with Dave and the band with Ryan but nothing for Jones.

I have been waiting for this album for six long years and it has not let me down. I've not listened to it enough yet to pick favorite songs but by the end of the month the whole thing'll be in my iTunes most played list. Everything is as solid and pleasing as Drowning Pool should be. It may be true that in recent years my musical tastes have shifted from the vein of Korn and Disturbed (matured?
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