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It Hates You

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  • Audio CD (July 21, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • ASIN: B00274SIK6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #159,388 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

They're back with their no-holds-barred style of heavy rock in a somewhat watered down underground scene. If you want nasal-driven vocals or whining of a lost high school relationship, please look elsewhere. Take a deep breath of fresh air and enjoy the return of the band you love to hate. Just remember, "It Hates You". RIYL: Foo Fighters, Queens Of The Stone Age, Pantera, Motorhead.

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Different from the other albums, but really good.
I'm one of the people who love this fact about the band, and if you are too then I think you're going to find that It Hates You is exactly what you wanted to hear.
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If you like MUSIC, then this is something worth listening to.

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By J. Smith "Grocery King" on July 21, 2009
Format: Audio CD
I preordered this album over a month ago and I honestly forgot about it until the package showed up at my door. I began to think as I inserted the cd into the stereo how I first heard about this band. I Am Hollywood hit me out of nowhere similarly how this cd just found its way to my door. Isn't it funny how some music just finds you?

For major fans of I Am Hollywood, beware, It Hates You is not a return to that style of music. This album is a further decline from the style of music that made them a breakout band on Solid State. Suck Out The Poison really tested the waters with their fans and many didn't appreciate the growth of their musicianship. Everyone who loved them had something to say about it, a lot hated it, some loved it, and the rest of us thought it was just...different (that's where I stood). This album will probably further divide the remaining fans of He Is Legend.

The lack of their trademark energy is evident and the absense of McKenzie Bell is obvious. There is not a lot of yelling, which isn't bad at all because Schuylar Croom has a great voice and it wouldn't match the slower tempo well if he kept yelling. The rhythm and tempo of the album is catchy and dare I The stereotype they battled their entire career at solid state is of being branded a "christian band" is pretty much settled with this album. Although they mentioned several times through varying mediums of media that the beliefs of the members of the band are not unanimously Christian and therefore they don't subscribe to any one religion. The one-time use of the f-word on "Don't Touch That Dial" is enough to settle that question.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Gregory C. Bradley on August 14, 2009
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Rock n' roll is dead... you've heard these words before, as these words that have rolled over the lips of every music critic since the Beatles. As I have tried to extinguish this lie for several years I've realized the problems I have been facing haven't been with the music, it's been with the people listening to the music: it's hard pressed to find a someone under the age of 30 whose life hasn't been dominated with catchy pop music that requires little or no music attention.

Well I'm not here to tell you about how rock isn't dead, I'm here to tell you about the greatest band you've never heard. This is my review of It Hates You, and while I ramble on with wide enthusiasm of a "fanboy" I want you to know that I had already written this album off as a cop-out or a sell out album long before hearing the demo tracks and seeing the new songs live in concert. Oh, how I was wrong. While I would love to be the guy that sees through this album, I'm afraid that I must bow down before its rock greatness and worship at the alter of the Legend.

He Is Legend is not a rookie band nor are they a one-hit wonder. The band has already had 3 albums and 3 eps, and my aggregate rating of the bands previous work has been an 5/5. While their previous work has gotten excellent ratings from music enthusiasts and only the hardcore rockers they've never had a CD that could appeal to everyone.

I'm here to tell you that It Hates You is not only that CD, it also manages to not sell out and get jumbled in with all the rest of the pop garbage that you hear on the radio today. The new album draws heavily from influences such as Alice in Chains, Queens of the Stone Age, AC DC, Stone Temple Pilots, as well as other 90s alternative kings.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gorilla on March 22, 2011
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I used to mostly listen to Chillout, Classical, Jazz, Electronic, or Alt Rock - but then He Is Legend came along and blew my mind.

This music is impossibly good. It's varied and complex. It doesn't adhere to the same simple, predictable formula that everyone else is using. Their bridges are insanely cool. Everything - the rhythm section, guitars, vocals, keyboards - is played with ridiculous skill.

I don't like heavy for the sake of heavy, and I'm not impressed by someone trying to act hardcore by screaming a lot. But this...this is something different. Forget whether or not you like rock/post-hardcore/whatever. If you like MUSIC, then this is something worth listening to.

I play this album all the time - have been for about a year now - and it just doesn't get old. I'm still discovering smart little bits of harmonies that I missed the first 50 times.

I should note: it's common for me to get obsessed by a new piece of music - listening to it over and over again for days at a time - but once I sort of "get it," I become bored with it and only listen every once in a while. For some reason, all of He Is Legend's albums are different (especially I Am Hollywood and It Hates You). This stuff keeps me coming back for more. It's better the 200th time than the 2nd. That is freakin' rare.
Anyway, I could keep waxing poetic on the internet, or I could simply sum it up with this:

Whatever music you think you like, give this album a try. It's phenomenal, and it is unlike anything you've ever heard.
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