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  • Audio CD (October 12, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Eleven Seven Music - EMI
  • ASIN: B0040T7CL2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #95,549 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Sound Off
2. Drama Queen
3. Rope
4. Get Up
5. No Apologies
6. Stranger
7. Beautiful Scar
8. Are You with Me
9. The Wind
10. Overloaded
11. Storyteller

Editorial Reviews

No Apologies is Trapt s fourth studio album and a return to form of hard rocking anthems underlayed with a social message. No Apologies is compromised of 11 tracks showcasing Trapt s unique point of view and musicial style.

Customer Reviews

You buy an album, you must have bought it for a reason.
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Definitely not as good as their previous albums but so far have enjoyed pretty much every song.
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It was quite possibly one of the best albums I've ever owned.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By mjab on October 12, 2010
Format: Audio CD
When Trapt released their self titled album back in 2002 everyone was hooked with Headstrong, commercial rock at its best at that moment. Ive never been a big fan of this band but I bought that album and loved it, I remember being curious for the combination of hard rock songs with the alternative stuff but that was 8 years from now, I lost interest in it long time ago.

Then they released "Someone In Control", I bought it as well without even listening previews, and I liked it a lot, it was not exactly much heavier but it maintained a energetic feel throughout the whole album, I mean, there was only one ballad and it was the song I didnt like, the problem was that I was too advanced musically, my knowledge of music was too grown to get too much involved in simple structured rock songs, though I still enjoyed the catchiness of the band.

In 2008, I already had a band, and by that time I already listened from pure metal/power metal/metalcore to post-hardcore stuff but still, Ive always reserved a place to alternative rock and hard rock (my favorite being Chevelle, and still is). So when Trapt released "Only Through The Pain" I listened the previews and was like "WTF? this doesnt sound that good", I actually downloaded the album for free and I always had that "meh" feeling about it, I liked the songs, especially "Forget About The Rain" but it got old quickly and lost total interested about the band, I still dont even consider buying that album...

And now we have "No Apologies", I read in a website "Trapt's new single - Sound Off", listened to it and liked it but I dont pay attention to singles anymore, I judge an album as a whole...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By TravisJames on July 18, 2012
Format: MP3 Music
Most bands get worse or less liked through aging. TRAPT, however picks it up! I liked their first Cd but felt it was too tech too pop and too soft aside from a few songs. The last two trapt albums have included heavier guitar parts and a more aggressive singing approach. It works too! Still many soft songs but they have good hooks and better vocalist and guitar parts. Trapt started off as a good pop rock band and now they are more hard rock after this album which in my opinion is awesome!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. Estes on October 17, 2010
Format: Audio CD
It wasn't too long ago that Trapt dominated the airwaves with their infectious anthem "Headstrong" and reached platinum status with their self-titled debut. In that time, though, the band has stumbled a bit. Their follow-up, "Someone in Control," failed to muster the same energy and in turn started a downward slide for the group. In 2008, they regained a bit of commercial footing with "Only Through the Pain" but didn't quite meet expectations. Where many bands would have probably gotten frustrated and hung it up already, Trapt have pressed on and in turn have delivered their most energetic offering since their first.

Not much -- aside from the exit of original guitarist Simon Ormandy and the split from their previous label -- has changed for the band. The emotive vocals of frontman Chris Brown (no, not that Chris Brown) are still what drives the songs. The band integrates newbie guitarist Robb Torres rather seamlessly ("Only Through the Pain" was leftover Ormandy) and in turn sounds more or less the same today as they did nearly a decade ago. This can be taken as either a good thing or a bad thing. While Trapt have hardly painted themselves into the same corner as bands like Godsmack or Disturbed, one can't help but expect them to expand at this point. "Only Through the Pain" hinted at a bit of progression in the band's sound on tracks like "Wherever She Goes" and "Forget About the Rain," but all that seems to have been forgotten on "No Apologies.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By BigZ on October 12, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Stumbled upon this album searching for new music in the Zune Marketplace. Two years after the last album and they haven't lost a step; they sound just as good maybe even better. This album is more like the first one then the last one, but has elements of both. I am not a fan of the second album so I cannot comment on how it compares to that album
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No apologies is trapt's 4th album following their softer, best album musically, Only though the pain. I liked trapts first two albums, but a lot of tracks werent really memorable, although headstrong is my favorite off of that album. Their third album was softer, catchy, and melodic and is still probably my favorite trapt album overall. Trapt has pretty much returned to their harder sound on this album, but still retains melody, lyrics, great vocals and has no straight up thrashing. In General No Apologies is a mix of their harder first two albums and their softer third album.

1. Sound Off 10/10 - Is definitely the best song off of the album. Is probably one of trapts most hardest songs with great lyrics with a political theme to it.

2. Drama Queen 8/10 - Another hard edged song. Pretty good with excellent vocals mainly in the later part of the chorus

3. End of My Rope 10/10 - The second best song of the album. Catchy almost straight off of only though the pain.

4. Get Up 9/10 - A rockin song with great lyrics

5. No Apologies 10/10 - Nice softer song. Sounds straight off of their previous album. Excellent theme of living any way you want with no regrets and worries. Great vocals like always.

6. Stranger in the Mirror 9/10 - More closer to Trapt's old sound.

7. Beautiful Scar 8/10 - Good song lots of distortion in the chorus.

8. Are You With Me 10/10 - Great song. Excellent melody great vocals and lyrics.

9. The Wind 7/10 - Decent song changes from soft to hard throughout the song.

10. Overloaded 8/10 - Another rocking song. Like Older Trapt.

11. Storyteller 7/10 - Probably the most figurative lyrics of the album. A protest song. Decent vocals and closer.
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