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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 (April 8, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B0013PVGKO
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #57,398 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Addicted
2. Shine With Me
3. Condescending
4. It Can't Rain Everyday
5. Kaliforn-Eye-a
6. I'll Be Ready
7. End of the World
8. This Ain't No Ordinary Love Song
9. God Forbid
10. Roman Empire
11. When Angels & Serpents Dance
12. Tell Me Why
13. Rise Against

Editorial Reviews

P.O.D. the multi-platinum, Grammy nominated rock band, is back with its most aggressive, poetic effort. This 2008 CD is produced by Jay Baumgartner (Evanescence, Godsmack) and it redefines what a hard rock album can be. In addition to the highly anticipated return of original guitarist, Marcos Curiel, the album features guest artists: Mike Muir (Suicidal Tendencies), Paige Hamilton (Helmet) and The Marley Sisters. P.O.D.: Sonny (vocals); Marcos (guitar); Traa (electric bass); Wuv (drums). Guest Artists: Mike Muir; The Melody Makers; Page Hamilton

Customer Reviews

This cd is amazing.
ORF
I'm a 40 year-old P.O.D. Warrior and I like to rock.
J. Rhines
This is a pretty dumb CD.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By A. Estes on April 8, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Who would have thought that God's favorite rap-rock band, a band which sold millions of records during a very short lived trend, had both the courage and the ability to evolve? On their seventh full-length effort, P.O.D. reunite with original guitarist Marcos Curiel (who was ousted from the band in early 2003) and boldy go where they have never gone before. Shedding their nu-metal skin completely, P.O.D. have managed to serve up their most mature, most soulful, and most unique effort to date.

First things first: this is not the same P.O.D. you rocked on your discman in high school. To be blunt, if you are expecting a return to the golden "Satellite" era, you will be sorely disappointed. The hip-hop element has almost dissolved and given way to a much more original sound. Like Linkin Park's "Minutes To Midnight," but to a lesser extent, "When Angels & Serpents Dance" shows a band who doesn't want to remain a relic of a faded genre. Take a few listens to this album with an open mind, and you're likely to agree that this is the best thing they have done since 2001.

The whole album sounds centered around the return of Curiel, and it's a welcome breath of fresh air. Marcos' riffing is what originally defined the band, and he effortlessly carries the band into progression. Songs like "Shine With Me," "Condescending" and "Rise Against" are his stage and are likely to please even the most jaded of fans. Elsewhere, the band as a whole takes giant leaps towards a new sound. "It Can't Rain Everyday" is an example of the refined melodic sense the band gained on 2006's "Testify," taking P.O.D,'s sound in an unexpected direction. There are all sorts of little surprises like that one peppered through the album.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Steven Wallace on April 8, 2008
Format: Audio CD
ok. I think it should be safe to say that I am a huge POD fan. I have been a representative on their street team for 4 of their 5 major label releases. but for some reason when Marcos came back... and when they released their new single "addicted" I was a bit skeptical.
sure... I did like it a lot
and I was happy that Marcos was back
but I was expecting a return to Satellite which sold them over 4 million records worldwide.
but then I heard the entire album and why they chose "addicted" as the single I do not know.
I am a big fan of this band so on every album I have found enjoyment in just about every track... if a song was not the best or catchiest musically it never really mattered to me because Sonny always had something to say that I could relate with or that would inspire me.
but on this album...
(perchance one song)
EVERY SONG (in my opinion) could be a single
the only way that "condescending" was not their single, in my opinion, is that the chorus has vocal layers and might be a bit hard to understand on a radio level
but why they did not choose
"end of the world"
"it can't rain all the time"
"shine with me"
or the title track "when angels and serpents dance" as the main single
I do not know

this album is a refreshing step in a musical way for POD for me.
I expect it to win back a lot of the fans who left when Marcos did...
and not just because he is back in the fold
but because these songs are that good!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Eric Wilson TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 22, 2008
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Back in the day, when P.O.D. was singing about "Babylon" and being an "Outcast," I became a fan. I was already on the bandwagon when "Satellite" hit the streets on 9/11, and I was thrilled to see these guys get the attention they deserved. They've never been the deepest of lyricists, nor the most amazing musicians, but they've had a heart and soul I could not deny. They seemed to relate to everyday people. They wore their faith on their sleeves, while never cramming it down our throats.

"When Angels and Serpents Dance" is a return to form as well as a step toward new things. There's a cohesiveness here, with Marcos back in the mix, that was missing from the grittier "Testify" and the artsy "P.O.D." The words are still somewhat standard form, but true to the Southtown vibe. The music ranges from mild rapcore to melodic to bits of orchestration. As a longtime fan, I'm happy with the overall result. I wouldn't call this their best album, but I can certainly listen to it numerous times without needing to skip over any tracks. The mellower tunes are still catchy, and there are some unexpected rhythm changes in other songs.

If you're a fan, this is good stuff, though not their best stuff ever. It's nearly an hour of music. It might be more accessible to those who have not yet hopped on board. I hope the next disk pushes the limit on all edges, giving us unrestrained passion. I don't regret buying this one, though. I'm glad to see P.O.D still rocking through their second decade together. Keep rockin' from the big S.D.!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Higgins on April 8, 2008
Format: Audio CD
This is definitely a progression from POD's recent releases with the welcoming back of guitarist Marcos. This album is a great mix of classic POD style rock and a more ballads than we have seen before (think Set Your Eyes to Zion and Youth of the Nation). POD recaptures the magic from past works like Satellite. The album is great listened through, start to finish. The message of the album, "This life is a dance, who is going to lead you? When Angels and Serpents Dance" permeates throughout with the traditional uplifting and encouraging lyrics we have come to expect from Sunny.

The stylistic difference in having Marcos back is very evident, and pleasing to hear.

In summary, Welcome back Marcos! You were missed!
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