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So what if it's more pop punk than their other records. It's catchy, it sounds great and there's a massive amount of harmonies. I own every record from Bad Religion (even Into the Unkown) and I would have to say this is probably in my top 3 favorite records from them along with Suffer and No Control. Give it a chance, stop thinking it's uncool to like pop punk and enjoy some music that's by far better than most everything else that is out there today....Read more
Big time disappointing album. Only 2 songs are worth listening to, the recycled Dull Boy and We The People. The uniqueness of Mudvayne is gone, the heaviness is gone, the noticeable bass lines are gone, the intense screaming that seemed to have substance behind them are gone. What you have left is boring, radio friendly, cookie cutter rock music.
Is it me or do you notice that when bands stop using swear words without inhibition (such as w/ this album) there music becomes a little more bland, (i.e Slipknot, Deftones and now Mudvayne). I guess that's a sign of them trying to become more radio friendly and wanting more record sales.