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2011 release from the hard rockers led by Motley Crue's Nikki Sixx. This Is Gonna Hurt s the follow up to the successful The Heroin Diaries Soundtrack, which produced a #1 Rock song with 'Life is Beautiful' in 2008. It is part of an integrated campaign with a CD, book, and photography that will take Nikki Sixx to another level and explores a new, worthwhile side of him that fans weren't presented with in The Heroin Diaries. This Is Gonna Hurt once again compliments the themes of Nikki's book with aggressive ad sweeping guitars, twisted and dark lyrics and incredible musicianship and songwriting by Nikki and bandmates James Michael and DJ Ashba.

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  • Audio CD (May 3, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • ASIN: B004UBKRTE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,962,178 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Ask any artist to reveal their most important ingredients for success, and you are guaranteed to find creative freedom near the top of the list. Thus it has proved for Sixx:A.M, a band comprised of Nikki Sixx, DJ Ashba and James Michael have formed a creative collective characterized by a free-spirited, artistically pure approach and genuinely diverse musical influences. That widewinged ... Read more in Amazon's Sixx: A.M. Store

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Good songs & great production.
Edward P Guilherme
I've just given this album my first spin, and upon this initial listen I thouroughly enjoyed each and every track.
M. Milliman
Favorite songs: This is gonna hurt, Are you with me and Skin such a beautiful song with such a positive message.
Tanya

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21 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Polar Bear on May 3, 2011
Format: Audio CD
This Is Gonna Hurt is the soundtrack to compliment the book by the same name released about a month ago. First and foremost, this is an AMAZING album. The songs are well written, the lyrics deep and meaningful while also being twisted and dark, and the production is crisp and fresh. Nikki Sixx is the driving creative force behind most of the music, and he dives deep into meandering emotions through epic melodies. The result is an intriguing mix of sounds and passions. Words that come to mind when listening are raw and powerful. His music captures all of his creative qualities: his love, rage, optimism, darkness, and determinism. The title track is a great way to start off the album and features some killer bass playing. "Lies of the Beautiful" has catchy riffs and amazing vocals, and tackles contradictions in society with Sixx urging listeners to look beneath the skin. "Live Forever" delivers with a sonic boom and features an incredible guitar solo. "Sure Feels Right" is a stunning change to the overall sound: the guitar and bass are soothing and the vocals entwine perfectly with the music. "Skin" shows Nikki's deeper side and is a statement about beauty without prejudice. There is not one filler song on the album, and listening closely to the music and lyrics will definitely make you react, which is what I think Nikki had in mind. Highly recommended!!!
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Andrew J. King on May 6, 2011
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It's amazing to me how these three guys get together and their music is so open minded and creative... I am sure there might be other out there that perhaps blow this away but have yet to be discovered.

I think this album is great from top to bottom. But not everyone is going to like it because they will not understand the concept behind SIXXAM the band nor their music... Inspired by things society scoffs at every single day as a collective... It's simple time to forget what we have been conditioned to feel, see and say and just do for oursevles... We can all find beautify in just about everyone and everything if we open our minds up to the reality of truth...
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"This Is Gonna Hurt" reminds me of " Queen II", in the way that i thought it was a better album than the first one. Every song, starting with the title track sounds like something I've not heard before. I've listened to this album for the last three weeks straight. My favorite songs right now are rockers, Live Forever, and Help is on the Way. But, there isn't one song that i skip over. Smile, and Skin are two slower tunes that really hit home hard. Sixx A.M. does not disappoint. Can't wait for the new album in October
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Lantar on May 11, 2011
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I do not think this Sixx AM cd is better then the first, but, it is very close. This cd is really, really good. I like the concept of the cd. Nikki Sixx is a tremedous artist. These guys have magic together. If you you liked the first Sixx AM cd, you will like this one alot too. The last song on the cd, Skin, is an unbelievable song. Very emotional. The words are touching.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Edward P Guilherme on September 4, 2011
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Good songs & great production. Doesn't sound like Crue, which is not a bad thing. Great hooks, good vocals & very good guitar playing. Not too many good rock cd's these days, so give this one a try!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tlzombie on August 14, 2011
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Just downloaded this album and I have to say it is one of the best rock albums to come out in several years. Nikki Sixx is one of the greatest song writers in any genre of music, a true musical genius. Each song tells a story and it has everything you could want. You want a kick ass rock song? This Is Gonna Hurt takes care of that. Want a smooth cruisin song? Sure Feels Right's got you covered and if you want a heartfelt emotional song about the struggles of life? Skin is one of the best songs to come out in years. Cheers to Nikki and crew this just shows that The Heroin Diaries wasn't a fluke. Awesome album, you like rock, do yourself a favor and pick this album up.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tommy Skylar on June 9, 2011
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To begin, I must say that I loved the first Sixx A.M. album The Heroin Diaries which accompanied Nikki Sixx's book of the same name. It didn't take more than a single listen of "Life is Beautiful" to become a fan of the band. At the time the concept of a soundtrack to a book was different and was a new concept to me, looking back I have to say it worked. Almost four years latter Sixx A.M.'s second album This Is Gonna Hurt is released, once again a book by the same name has been released shortly before. I really anticipated this second album as The Heroin Diaries was my favorite out of Nikki Sixx's side projects. The first Sixx A.M. album was fantastic; it was very honest, dark and twisted. I felt that it was reflective of Nikki's life and I could relate to that (and so did many other fans).

The title track kick starts the album with a bang, this is an anthem and fist-pumping track, it has a "you and me against the world" type of feeling to it. Unfortunately, the title track is a heavy and rocking as the album gets, everything that follows it is slower or softer, not heavier. When I first heard the single, "Lies of the Beautiful People" I admit that I was slightly disappointed but the song grew on me and gets better with each listen. "Are You With me" is I feel, one of the strongest songs of the album, I love the chorus the song just works. When James sings the chorus with the "come back from the dead" part I get chills, it's such a great vocal performance and so passionate. "Deadlihood" was another song I really liked. "Help Is On the Way" has a great message and it rocks, nice build-up to the chorus. "Skin" is a lyrical highlight for the band, the lyrics are so personal, honest and touching which was probably the point.
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