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  • Audio CD (August 5, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD+DVD
  • Label: Icon Records
  • ASIN: B001B0H7BS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #65,663 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Overall, it is in my opinion their best effort so far.
Andrew E. Kaiser
Although I don't really dislike a single song on this cd, there isn't a single one that I really love either.
Jimmy Dean
Very catchy choruses, great riffs, another excellent album.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. Zodl on August 5, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I was a little disappointed with Broadcast to the World, it was a good cd, but it wasnt something I needed to listen to over and over, like MFZB and Playmate of the Year were to me. But this new album is a nice balance, of new and old and is easy listened to again and again. If you are a Zebrahead fan then it should be a no brainer.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Andrew E. Kaiser on August 5, 2008
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To start off, I have been a Zebrahead fan since their initial independent release. They have been one of very few bands who have been able to mature in sound while staying true to their roots. That being said, I was skeptical when lead singer Justo left the band after their then best effort, MFZB. I was curious to see just how much the transformation would affect Zebrahead's music. Broadcast to the World in my opinion (although a great album) was almost a redo of sorts, as if they decided to pretend MFZB never happened. It was an album that in a way revisited a lot of the sounds and style explored in Playmate of the Year, with the catchy lyrics and energetic sound. I loved the cd, but wished they would have incorporated some of the break through sounds they used in MFZB.

Then came Phoenix, Zebrahead's latest effort, and although I greatly anticipated the album, I had no idea what to expect. What else can I say? It is fantastic. It is their most complete and entertaining album to date. The album maintains the style used in Broadcast to the World and incorporates influences from their previous albums, including a few from Waste of Mind which should satisfy my fellow old school Zebrahead fans. The sounds range from hardcore (HMP) to pop and catchy (Mental Health, also their first single) and everything in between. Ali sounds better than ever with his rapping, while Matty's vocals have made dramatic improvements from Broadcast to the World (still not quite as good as Justo's were but pretty darn close, at times you cant tell the difference), creating the balance between rap and rock that nobody does better than Zebrahead.

Overall, it is in my opinion their best effort so far.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mentawais on August 6, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I am not much of a fan of rap metal or rap, but being zebrahead fan since playmate of the year, i've grown to like them more with each album. For this latest album, it is awesome. I am sad to see that they do not get much recognition since a lot of bands are not as innovative and original as zebrahead. However everyone would know zebrahead, right? anyways highly recommended that you get this album if you're a fan of zebrahead, or just another person who wants to blast this album and broadcast this to the world!
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By Jimmy Dean on September 23, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Why doesn't Amazon use half stars in its rating system? Anyway, I give this cd 2 1/2 stars. I am a big Zebrahead fan, but unfortunately, I think that this is their worst cd. It's not bad by any means, just disappointing to me. A few things were different on this cd than on their previous efforts, and I felt it was problematic:
1) I think this is by far the fastest cd they have ever put out. Normally that would be a great thing, and I love fast music, but I also think Zebrahead is great at mixing up the pace and making all speeds of music sound great. But since they don't do that on this cd, as a result, all the songs sort of sound the same and blend together. Although I don't really dislike a single song on this cd, there isn't a single one that I really love either.
2) Matty is lost in the mix on this cd. Ali does by far the most singing, and Matty is left to do the single, short, repetitive chorus on each song. They keep this same formula on almost every song.
3) Most of the humor has gone out of their lyrics. The most "fun" song on this cd would probably have to be their first single, "Mental Health." Their lyrics still are decent, but it seems like they are taking themselves too seriously these days.
Overall, again, it's not a bad cd, but it's nothing that you can listen to over and over again. And you have to be a big fan of the rap vocals and care less about the melodies and be more into speedy punk music with hip-hop vocals. And if you are, you will likely love this cd. But I prefer the more melodic style of MFZB.
Also, the dvd extra is nothing special. There is a lot of stuff on there, and occasionally some good stuff like their music videos that you would likely never see anywhere else, but their home footage is for super die-hard fans only.
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By Andre Cracker on October 9, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I picked up this album when it came out because I honestly liked the cover of it. I had heard of Zebrahead before with their single "Playmate of the Year."

I could never find any of their other stuff until now. So, I guess my opinion probably won't match up to anyone else who has been listening to them for a long time but I'd like to share it anyway.

I was actually turned off by the beginning of the first song and I put the cd down because I thought it was all going to sound like that. But, a few days later I picked it up, listened to it straight through, and then repeated that process at least 10-15 times so far. Songs 4-14 are perfect to me.

I love the rap/rock genre. It's like 311 but with way faster guitar/drums and just everything in between. It has the rap to start the song out and then it goes to the amazing singing for the catchy chorus.

Like I said, I just now started to love Zebrahead but they are one hell of a good band. I really enjoyed it and now I'm going to try really hard to get the rest of the bands albums.

Favorite track is Ignite by the way. A very solid band, very solid album.
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