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  • Audio CD (January 22, 2002)
  • Original Release Date: 2002
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Relapse
  • ASIN: B00005UF25
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #416,368 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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7. Don Knotts
8. Famke
9. Human Steamroller
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Burnt By The Sun is more like Lamb Of God and Pig Destroyer than any of those I mentioned above.
"ladodgersfan"
I mean, bands like "hatebreed", "strife" and "earth crisis" all of those bands i just named to me they, sound like ...... Im sorry!
Ephesians413
Each song made quick use breakneck tempo changes, searing vocal stylings and chainsaw-like fretboard mastery.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "atreyu9x" on April 14, 2003
Format: Audio CD
burnt by the sun is back with their latest effort for relapse records, titled "soundtrack to the personal revolution". this record, in my own opinion, is that burnt by the sun bring us a heavier, much more technical record this time around then their deubt e.p. for relapse. the music on this record can be described in one word. that word is amazing. this record owns. end of story. produced by matt bayles, i feel that this record is flawless. each song is a work of art in my opinion. the first song, "dracula with glasses" is brutal. it starts off with crunchy, heavy guitars, heart stopping drums and killer vocals. after listening to this record many, many times i still often sit and wonder how mike olender doesn't lose his voice night after night of screaming the way that he does on this record. needless to say, he's a very [angry] man on this record. his lyrics are incredible, reading them makes you open your eyes to what is going around all around us. after all, mike is a very consciencous guy when it comes to addressing issues that are in the news every day. the lyrics and the music seem to fit perfectly so i won't argue with the lyrical content of this record. anyway, back to the music. as the record continues on, it gets better and better. each song has it's fair share of technical, dillinger-esque guitar riffs, precise double bass pedal, deep gutteral, brutal vocals and beautiful bass lines. this is definately a record that everyone must own if they are a fan of intense, heavy music. some other notable tracks on this record include: "dow jones and the temple of doom", "boston tea bag party", "mortimer", "famke", and "rebecca" just to name a few. the record closes with the instrumental "rebecca". all i can say about this song is that is it beautiful.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By purerockfury on October 14, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I didn't like Endeavor. Let me rephrase that...I HATED Endeavor. For those unaware, Endeavor was the singer of Burnt By The Sun's first band that made a name for itself in the hardcore/metal scene in the mid 90s. Being the pessimist that I am, when I heard the singer of Endeavor was in a new band that had signed to Relapse and they had been getting comparisons to Coalesce, my natural instincts kicked in and I immediately accused them of being another one of "those bands". I shut them off altogether and went about life as normal.
At practice about five months ago, my guitarist hands me this CD sampler of Relapse and Victory Records bands. I listened to the Victory stuff first and laughed at how unimpressive these bands were. This was supposed to be both labels showing off their best metal offerings and next to Bloodlet, Victory had failed, as is to be expected. Relapse's lineup lead off with Burnt By The Sun. From opening note, I felt like I had been fired out of a cannon into a brick wall. "Dracula With Glasses" came firing at me with a vengeance and for two weeks after, I kept that horrendous sampler in the car and gave BBTS two or three spins a day until my copy of the CD had arrived.
Much in the way "Dracula" jumped down my throat, the rest of "Soundtrack" followed suit in uniformly brutal fashion. Each song made quick use breakneck tempo changes, searing vocal stylings and chainsaw-like fretboard mastery. Burnt By The Sun displays a formula that bears elements of metal, rock, grind and while none of the sub-genres are that foreign to each other, they do it without pretension or flaw. Not a single note is missed, nor a cymbal crash forgotten. Everything done here is very deliberate and forceful.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By PureblankByron on February 5, 2002
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Burnt by the Sun's new album was one of my most eagerly anticipated albums for 2002 (aside from Poison the Well's 'Tear From the Red' and Swift's upcoming independent release 'Waging War'). Aside from the album falling just under a disappointing 30 minutes long, what it lacks in size, it more than makes up for in quality. BBTS works to further the expansion of the noise/metalcore genre, a genre already known for it's experimentation and lack of traditional boundaries. The album starts off with the track 'Dracula with Glasses', a short abrupt track that clocks in at just under two minutes long. An amazing album intro (and one of the better tracks on the album), this track sets the pace for the rest of the album. Punchy guitar grooves, insane drumming that intertwines off-time signatures with blast beats and mind-numbing double kick work, and vocals that don't show the slightest signs of emo. (Read: PURE METAL STYLES! \m/) These guys can effortlessly blend conflicting time patterns together and still make it work so you can move your head to it. With a technical style similar to that of Meshuggah or Dillenger Escape Plan, Burnt by the Sun have more than enough to offer metal and hardcore for an already VERY promising year of hard music.
Recommended tracks: 'Dracula with Glasses', 'Boston Tea-Bag Party', 'Famke'
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "ladodgersfan" on October 17, 2002
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I just can't call this death metal. There is a big difference between "hardcore" and "metalcore". This is NOT hardcore, hardcore is... bands like Chimairia (or however you spell it), Diecast, Nothingface, Hatebreed, and Cave-In. Burnt By The Sun is metalcore. Big difference. Burnt By The Sun is more like Lamb Of God and Pig Destroyer than any of those I mentioned above. The songs do have crazy titles (Dow Jones And The Temple Of Doom). The best tune is probably "Don Knotts". Oh, and say what you want about "Rebecca". I like when metal bands throw curveballs and this fits in well; the first 9 songs of the album are like fighting a war and then the last song is like all the sadness after the war, if you know what I mean. If you like the album "Prowler In The Yard" by Pig Destroyer, you can most likely enjoy this.
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