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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 27, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #259,044 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

Explicite Version. The follow-up to 2003's Confessions, One Nation Underground was produced by Scrap 60 (Anthrax, Ill Nino, Cradle Of Filth, Bleeding Through). Roadrunner. 2005.

Customer Reviews

Ill Nino rules!
If you appreciate good musicianship then you should buy this cd.
That aside it is a good track.
Brett Corkins

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By H. Hidy on October 2, 2005
Format: Audio CD
First off... Soulfly is not death metal. Nor do they come close. Secondly, Every metal band in the world states that their next album is gonna be heavy. Why wouldn't it be? It IS a metal album. The thing about this album is not to look at how heavy it is, or how much he screams and growls on this album. The fact of the matter is, that Ill Nino didn't have anyone breathing down their necks anymore about what kind of album to make, like they did on Revolution/Revolucion, and especially confessions. They said it themselves that those weren't the albums they intended to make. Even going as far as to say that this is the first REAL iLL Nino album.

This album is a masterpiece of Latin Metal. The fact that no two songs sound alike is a great testament to that as well. The song writing and approach taken on this album is very unique and for the first time ever, Christian Machado, the lead singer, breaks away from his own personal pain to write about... OUR pain in the world. It's so much harder to write about what is going on in the lives of other people and how the world is feeling, than just reaching inside and pulling out your thoughts.

The guitar work on this album is above average. Yet, the ingenuity of it is superb. When these guitarists really get down to it, they know how get the sound they want. Although Marc Rizzo isn't part of this band anymore, the new guitarist is doing a great job of making us forget all about him. On tracks like "De La Vida" it's clearly obvious they aren't going to follow the paths of other bands. While the metal scene is moving back towards older riffs and structures, (Trivium, SHadows Fall, Arch Enemy) Bands like iLL Nino and Mudvayne are carving their own path through the metal cookie cutter bands.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By mwreview on September 7, 2006
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I am becoming a huge Ill Nino fan! I haven't been this excited about a band in over a decade! One Nation Underground received some early lukewarm reviews. The most common complaint was that it is not as hard as their previous albums. On first listening, I felt it was not quite as good as Revolution/Revolucion but an improvement from Confession. After repeated listens, I am liking this album more and more and put it right up with Revolution and maybe even slightly above! It is not as intense and powerful as Revolution so I can understand why some fans who hoped they would produce a heavier Sepultera/Korn style metal album may have been disappointed. That heavier side of Ill Nino is here, but not as much as on Revolution.

This band has so many styles working for it which is the reason they are my favorite modern band. The more accessible power metal style is what drew me to them because so much new metal is dominated by death metal with screeching or bellowing vocals. The excellent, sing-along-to vocals here along with the addictive hooks is what makes this band top-notch in my opinion, and that side of Ill Nino is most prevalent on One Nation Underground. The shorter tracks also make this album more accessible.

The booklet includes photos of the band, lyrics (including the English translation of the Spanish parts which is a big plus), credits and thank you's. As the album title/cover suggests, there are political themes here, but I don't think it dominates the album. The last tracks, brings responsibility away from society and back to the individual: "I am the only thing that destroys me/I hold my own convictions/Yo me rompo (I will break)."

"This Is War" (3:45): Korn-like beginning. Furious and angry.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Brett Corkins VINE VOICE on October 13, 2005
Format: Audio CD
With so many bands coming back better than ever this year (Sevendust, Chimaira, etc.) it might seem a surprise to you for me to include Ill Nino in that statement. While I liked their first two albums, Revolution/Revolucion being the better of the two in my opinion, I never really credited them with being heavy or lyrically deep. But with One Nation Underground we are introduced to an entirely different side of Ill Nino. This side being the much darker, much heavier side. From the get-go it's obvious to any listener that the intensity is at an unpredictable high with Christian Machado screaming and roaring through 10 of the 13 tracks. Two of the tracks seem to be made for radio play while the third song is an instrumental opening to Violent Saint. The singing of Christian always bothered me a little. He doesn't have that great of a voice so to hear him only trying to sing in the past albums turned me off. But even in the radio ready songs where he does sing quite a bit, he seems to have been practicing because it's a lot better. The band is heavier than ever letting the spanish guitar and bongos fade out of the picture a little and bringing the riffs to the forefront, the way I feel it should be.

This Is War starts off the album with a bang, a perfect introduction to Christian's new vocal stylings. This song I think really just prepares you for what the rest of the CD will bring. My Resurrection is one of the album's true anthems. Lyrically this seems to be a high point and musically this is almost as good as you'll get on this CD. What You Deserve is the single as of now. I'm not particularly fond of this song because it features so much singing. That aside it is a good track. Brings back the style they used in Revolution/Revolucion and Confession.
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