Profile for S. Chamberlain > Reviews

Browse

S. Chamberlain's Profile

Customer Reviews: 84
Top Reviewer Ranking: 11,874,181
Helpful Votes: 262




Community Features
Review Discussion Boards
Top Reviewers

Guidelines: Learn more about the ins and outs of Your Profile.

Reviews Written by
S. Chamberlain RSS Feed (Rowlett, TX United States)
(REAL NAME)   

Show:  
Page: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9
pixel
Untouchables (Limited Edition with Bonus DVD)
Untouchables (Limited Edition with Bonus DVD)
14 used & new from $5.59

2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Better then first editon heres why:, February 15, 2003
First off this is better because it gets rid of the annoying remix of Here To Stay. Me as a listener I love to listen albums all the way through and not bother on pressing the stop button. With this new version, it ends in true fashion with my favorite song on the album No One's There. The DVD is alright it has the two performance videos and two live videos from The Hammerstein performance. What I wonder though is instead of using Here To Stay and Got The Life, I think they should've put "Blame" and "Embrace" which are actually from Untouchables, but hey thats just me. The videos are great if your a Korn fan and even if your not i'd buy this just to get rid of the remix.


Strait Up
Strait Up
Offered by megahitrecords
Price: $19.99
57 used & new from $0.01

3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars A Few Surprises, February 11, 2003
This review is from: Strait Up (Audio CD)
I never have liked tribute albums because most of the time the songs are just half-assed by the singers. For example, Fred Durst's "Forever" is a really patheic attempt to having a meaning to. (hed) p.e.'s Jahred doesn't do much better to make a honorable tribute. Serj Tankian version of "Starlit Eyes" doesn't quite match up with Snot's demo of "Choose What". While he does so more meaning than the other two Max Cavalera's "Catch A Spirit" isn't much different from anything Soulfly had to offer. However there are a few highlights in my opinion. Jonathan Davis' "Take It Back" is quite a different approach with Snot backing him up instead of the almighty Korn. Sevendust's "Angel's Son" still makes me choke up to this day Lajon really shines in this track. Corey Taylor's "Requiem" shows that Corey isn't just screams that he is truely one of the better singers of today. Finally Snot's "Absent" truely shows how amazing the next album would've been had it not been for Lynn's death. "Sad Air" finishes the album in true grace with the haunting spoken words of Lynn himself. I'd recommend buying this used because there are a few meaningful songs but i was rather dissappointed in some people's performances.


Korn: Live
Korn: Live
DVD ~ Korn
Price: $11.99
63 used & new from $0.39

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Bad night for an amazing band, February 11, 2003
This review is from: Korn: Live (DVD)
I like to think that i am one of Korn's most divoted fans. Yet on this dvd they probably took Korn's worst live show ever, and worst of all they released it to the public. Jon's voice and Jon physically were not ready for this show. You could tell blantantly on "Thoughtless" and on "Make Me Bad"; however whose ever idea in the band to do "One" was brillant, the way they meshed Make Me Bad, One, and Justin together was just breathtaking almost. I would've liked to see more bonus material, but I guess Deuce has enough of that to go around.


Drowning Pool
Drowning Pool

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Not Sinner, February 11, 2003
This review is from: Drowning Pool (Audio CD)
Whatever you do before you look at this cd, just realize that this isn't not Sinner. This is Metallica-esque songs that lasts anywhere from 5-8 minutes. "You Made Me" starts the album and leaves you already wondering if this is the same band. "Soul" is a 6 minute track that has good breakdowns towards the end. "I Am" on this one is much heavier than the one that shows up on Sinner. "Less Than Zero" was one of the band's best tracks. "Sermon" adds a more emotion and depth than the Sinner version did. "Care Me Not" is an 8 minute track that is similar to Alice In Chains in many ways, and is probably the best track on the effort. Sinner was a MTV made album that had horrible lyrics and music. The self titled was the first and last great album by what could've been a very promising band.


Page: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9