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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD+DVD, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Reprise
  • ASIN: B00158UUBK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (241 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #393,441 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Limited edition pressing of the band's 2008 album includes a bonus DVD that includes a documentary on the making of the album as well as "Indestructionals" and access to a special website. Nearly a decade after the release of their groundbreaking debut, The Sickness, Disturbed have become one of the most respected bands in the Hard Rock universe thanks not only to pummeling riffs and jackhammer beats but passionate insights into our troubled times. Three platinum-plus albums have led to Indestructible, the group's darkest, angriest outing yet.

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This is by far one of Disturbed's best albums to date.
Jonathan Hall
If you like a rocking band, music that simply gets you going, lyrics that you can understand...this is your band.
D. Phillips
When I found out they had a new CD coming, I decided to just go ahead and buy the sucker.
Peter N. Martin

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56 of 62 people found the following review helpful By T. Gardner on June 3, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Released on June 3rd, 2008, Disturbed's latest album is my personal favorite and arguably the best they've ever created. There's a huge difference with the band's chemistry and specifically the progression of their guitar riffs (including some sick solos in Indestructible) into memorable choruses. The following includes my personal ratings of each song, including a brief synopsis of what each song is about. Ultimately, the entire album is fantastic and well-balanced. You can't help but believe (especially after listening through the album in it's entirety, several times) that this is one of the best heavy metal albums ever created.

Indestructible: 9/10: Great lead-off song, definitely the best since Voices. Right from the get-go, you recognize that this is going to be a fast-paced, heavy album. This is a great song to start the album because it kind of pumps you up.
Inside the Fire: 8.6/10: I started to play it out after listening to it too many times, but it's still a great song. It fits especially well in the second slot of the album, because it keeps that past-paced, heavy beat that we saw ini the previous song. In any event, it's a good single (the video's up on their website).
Deceiver:8.4/10: The beginning has such a good riff to it. Once again, this song punches you in the face with heavy, fast riffs and a great solo right in the middle. The chorus is particularly good.
The Night-11/10: Best song on the album, and one of the best songs they've ever made. The riff in the beginning is amazing, and it continues with variations throughout the remainder of the song. And the solo in the middle is just stunning. It's definitely one of my favorite songs ever by them. I can easily see this being a single in the future.
Perfect Insanity:6.
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90 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Sky TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 3, 2008
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My review of Disturbed's debut The Sickness labeled them "The New Kings of Metal". I think that there would be more than Ten Thousand Fists in the air in agreement that Disturbed certainly still hold their position in the hierarchy of Metal with the release of this new disk.

What an impressive follow-up Indestructible is to Disturbed's Ten Thousand Fists. Indestructible is a disk of hard rocking, melodic music with terrific vocals by David Draiman that can be understood all the way through. Dan Donegan (guitar) and Mike Wengren (drums) once again work together in a way that keeps every song rocking along with head bobbin, foot stompin precision (this as opposed to music where the drums and bass merely keep time in the background).

There are many bands trying to be hard these days. Disturbed do not have to try. Clearly their music is what comes naturally to them. Indestructible is not the awful manufactured Pop Metal like Nickelback and most recently the American Idol cookie cutter music from the likes of Daughtry and David Cook. Indestructible is straight-up Hard Rock.

In my last review of Disturbed's music I called them Metal and caught a lot of flack from fans of hardcore bands like Lamb of God and Slipknot who said Disturbed isn't Metal. I say Disturbed is Metal. Disturbed sounds a lot more like the pioneers of Metal like Zeppelin, Priest and Maiden than some of the unlistenable Nu Metal and Hardcore Metal that seems to have taken over today.

If fact, Indestructible is Disturbed's first CD where Donegan is fully released from guitar solo prison.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Philip Bujarski on June 6, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Disturbed has done it again in their most Angry, Violent, Sinister and Darkest album yet. With the talents of David, Dan, John and Mike you already know that it'll be amazing. But in Indestructible they have pulled out all the stops and revived the elements of their Best selling Triple Plattinum album "The Sickness." As well as the calmer style that was featured in their second album "Believe." In this album David tends to sing about things related to his past. Such as the song "Inside the Fire," where he sings about an incident of suicide. In "The Night," he sings about giving in to the darkness. And in "Indestructible," he sings about war. Mabye some people would be a little sceptical about this but I certainly recomend the album. One things for sure, with the release of their fourth album Disturbed truly is "Indestructible."
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Matt M. on June 13, 2008
Format: Audio CD
When I first saw the cover art for Indestructible, I thought it looked suspiciously like the art for the previous album (or like the cover to a single from that album). When I finally heard Indestructible, I figured out why; it's pretty much the same album as Ten Thousand Fists. The unfortunate thing is that I actually prefer this album to its immediate predecessor,--I think most of the songs are technically better--but the feeling of sameness that accompanies the tunes detracts from them. If Indestructible had been released first, I would have a much higher opinion of it.

Similarly, if Indestructible and Ten Thousand Fists had both been released before Believe, I would hold them in even higher regard. I feel Believe is by far their best album as it shows them much more willing to experiment a bit with their sound. They mixed the heavy with the melodic to greater effect on songs like "Prayer," "Believe" and "Remember," and they didn't even mind throwing in some odd meter here and there. (Catnip for prog nerds like myself.
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I believe they are different. The one on their website is Limited Edition and costs another $10-12. BUT, I do suspect the CD and DVD content are going to be the same (my opinion, not a confirmation).
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Indestructible special edition -- question.
i got mine today.
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