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Payable on Death (with Bonus DVD) [Enhanced, Extra tracks]

P.O.D.Audio CD
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“Music comes down to passion,” says P.O.D. frontman Sonny Sandoval. “There are not a lot of bands out there today who have that. But I think that feeling is coming back around again.”
P.O.D. (Payable on Death) certainly has the right to talk about passion in music. Passion has been front and center since the band formed in 1992 in San Diego, CA, and all the way up ... Read more in Amazon's P.O.D. Store

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  • Audio CD (November 4, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2003
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Enhanced, Extra tracks
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B0000AS2P1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (170 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,926 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Wildfire
2. Will You
3. Change The World
4. Execute The Sounds
5. Find My Way
6. Revolution
7. The Reasons
8. Freedom Fighters
9. Waiting On Today
10. I And Dentify
11. Asthma
12. Eternal

Editorial Reviews

P.O.D. hit harder than ever before…"Will You", the first single from the eagerly anticipated Payable On Death, makes it perfectly clear that the revolution will continue. After selling over 4 million copies worldwide of Satellite, P.O.D. bring their trademark uplifting sound to the next level with the addition of guitarist Jason Truby. And with producer Howard Benson at the helm once again, new songs like "Revolution" and "Change The World" strengthen the band’s already solid foundation of churning riffs and socially conscious lyrics. The first one million copies of Payable On Death will include a bonus disc containing an exclusive, fully playable video game developed exclusively for this album -- as well as bonus video content including a documentary of life Inside P.O.D. culture, and more!

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars P.O.D.'s Most Mature Effort Yet. January 28, 2004
Format:Audio CD
San Diego's own P.O.D. has made a triumphant return with their semi-self-titled titled album "Payable On Death". The album marks some significant changes for the band. Original guitarist Marcos Curiel has been replaced by Jason Truby, former guitarist for the pioneering speed metal band Living Sacrifice. Truby brings a more refined and technical approach to the band which is more polished than Marcos' raw and edgy guitar work. Throughout the album, Truby's playing shines with brilliance.
The other change comes with singer Sonny Sandoval's vocal approach. On this album, Sonny actually sings on most of the tracks as opposed to screaming, rapping or talking. He also provides a definite reggae influence with his faux-Jamaican accent on several tracks.
The band as a whole has definitely tightened up its musical arrangements and provides some solid, hard-hitting and downright impossible-to-dislike tracks including the lead single "Will You" as well as "Change The World", "Execute The Sounds", "Freedom Fighters", "Revolution" and the closing instrumental "Eternal" - the latter two tracks feature a special guest appearance from guitar legend Phil Keaggy whose performance is effortless especially on "Eternal".
"Payable On Death" is P.O.D.'s most polished and mature effort yet. The band has definitely shown considerable growth musically and lyrically and has taken a big step forward.
Although none of the tracks on this album mention God or Jesus Christ by name (an element which has garnered some harsh criticism from some people), it isn't difficult to hear where the band is coming from with their music. The band's hearts are definitely still in the right place and this album continues to show that while P.O.D. is a band that is surely in this world, they are not of it.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars P.O.D. is reborn - simply amazing! November 4, 2003
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Format:Audio CD
Wow, I don't think I can find the words to describe how truly beautiful this album is....what an incredible piece of work from top to bottom.
If you've heard P.O.D.'s previous stuff and didn't really care for it, give this album a chance because this certainly isn't the same group! In addition to a new guitarist Jason Truby, each member has matured greatly in their style, leaps and bounds ahead of "Satellite". The music is so raw, the vocals so filled with passion. It may shock some of their fans at first, but it's obviously a huge step in the right direction for this band.
One of the biggest highlights has to be the instrumental piece that closes out the album called "Eternal". Featuring one of the greatest guitarist to ever pluck a string, the legendary Phil Keaggy. Phil is one of Jason Truby's biggest musical influences and the two blend perfectly together on this 7-minute track.
"Payable on Death" is worth every penny, pick it up yourself and see what the Revoluuuuuution is all about!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Payable on Death December 22, 2003
By Sylo
Format:Audio CD
P.O.D. came together for one reason and one reason only. To make good hard rock music.They were never made to be artsy or experimental. They don't take huge risks in their sound, but they do show progression in their style and can crank out the hits better than most bands today. There previous effort, Satellite, went several times platinum for a reason. They can write good songs.
There latest self titled record does take a few risks but still has that great POD sound fans love. This has been said about other rap rock acts such as Limp Bizkit, Papa Roach, and Saliva but for POD it actually rings true for EVERY track, The rap verses are gone. Sonny sings out on every track which is surprisingly refreshing when you hear it. There awesome track, Sleeping Awake, which was on the Matrix Reloaded soundtrack was an advanced look at what their new record would sound like. They still maintain a sonic intensity but now it's much more refined.
They even do a cool twist on their reggae style songs making the riffs much more edgier than previous stuff they've written such as the song, Execute the sounds, which is just waiting to hit so it can rule the air waves. Guitarist Truby brings nothing new to the band despite his background in classical jazz guitar. Unfortunately he's doing what he was hired to do, and nothing special really comes out of it.
This is a record I have yet to get tired of. I can play it through with only one or two tracks that are maybe too cheesy for their own good such as "change the world." The last two tracks Asthma and Eternal are great because you go from an intense song like asthma to a well done instrumental track with just guitars. It's a simple yet beautiful way to end the record.
What surprises me is how most people fail to see where P.O.D.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A Lot of the Same w/ a Few Moments November 12, 2003
Format:Audio CD
Payable on Death includes the reggae element more than any previous P.O.D. release. It's played to the hilt on "Execute the Sounds," alluding to the band's desire for creativity and faith through what might be described as Jamaican metal. The same could be said of "Wildfire," a sort of Christian invocation, and "Freedom Fighters," about spiritual warfare. The powerful metal ballad finale "Asthma" finds Sandoval rejecting the world and embracing faith: "Breathe/Suffocation within because of what you're saying/To understand is to begin again/To believe is to live again."
Truby is a fine replacement on guitar, but P.O.D. now misses the intriguing Latin element of Curiel's playing. Payable on Death also features Christian guitar guru Phil Keaggy on two tracks, the instrumental closer "Eternal" and a solo on "Revolution." His guitar licks sound wonderful as always, and I love that two distinct Christian music legends have teamed up on this album, but to what end? Those hoping for some great merging of creative forces are liable to be disappointed. "Eternal" sounds like a leftover from one of Keaggy's recent instrumental projects, simply setting his crystal clear electric against Truby's acoustic stylings.
There's just not much here that grabs the spirit like previous P.O.D. anthems-"Waiting on Today" is a hopeful and encouraging rock anthem, but it's no "Youth of the Nation" or "Alive." Fans may also be disappointed to note that the album does not include "Sleeping Awake," their recently recorded song featured in The Matrix: Reloaded. With their previous releases, P.O.D. was a forerunner of the nü-metal sound.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars A Fan of the Heavy
While I appreciate the heavier style that POD is known for this album does bring a fresh reggae feel to an approachable metal.
Published 19 months ago by Matthew C. Ruffner
4.0 out of 5 stars One of P.O.D.'s Best!
Even better than the Previous album Satellite that first made them Famous! Just more well rounded and a shame more songs could've been turned into Hits from here..
Published 23 months ago by C. Acosta
5.0 out of 5 stars Same as all
No matter waht anyone says, if you like any P.O.D this is the same and as good as what the radio plays. If you only like radio play then you might only want the single.
Published on April 7, 2010 by Thomas Clements
5.0 out of 5 stars truly awsome deep heartfelt album
Published on July 26, 2009 by Bella Short
2.0 out of 5 stars New guitarist, different POD
In 2003 Marcos Curiel left P.O.D to pursue other interest as he was "kicked out" or "fired" so POD are without a guitarist and bring in fellow friend/bandmate Jason Truby who was... Read more
Published on July 18, 2009 by arturo olivo
5.0 out of 5 stars I love you Sonny!!!!
Like I said with the other review, this went heads up with Satellite. Awesome band, awesome lyrics and message, awesome guitar playing. I loved ETERNAL at the end.
Published on March 10, 2007 by Kenya Sanchez
5.0 out of 5 stars Masterpiece
I have followed P.O.D. since they put out "Fundemental Elelemts of Southtown." I am quite impressed on how they have progressed in their sound and how good their music has become. Read more
Published on February 11, 2007 by Jacob Andrew Keil
5.0 out of 5 stars OPEN UP YOUR F***ING MINDS!!!
Ok. Everyone please get over the fact that this CD doesn't sound like the previous ones. What good would it be to make a xerox of the last album. Read more
Published on August 16, 2006 by bread8
1.0 out of 5 stars Below Average
Wildfire is the only song that really stuck out to me on this album. Overall the remainder of the songs contained stale lyrics and below average music that was a bit on the dull... Read more
Published on July 31, 2006 by xXxMayhemxXx
5.0 out of 5 stars my CD didn't come with a DVD
When I bought this CD at Wal-Mart all my CD came with was a stupid CD/ROM like I give a s#%t about that. Read more
Published on March 3, 2006 by Ronnie Clay
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