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DO YOU WANNA START A WAR

Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 22, 2014)
  • Original Release Date: July 22, 2014
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: CENTURY MEDIA
  • ASIN: B00KJFZZB0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,959 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Heard songs from this album on the podcast Talk Is Jericho and I knew that I had to get this record. I'm a Fozzy fan and really enjoyed "All that Remains" and "Grail" so I knew that this album would be good. As a wrestling fan, I was quick to check out Fozzy but even my non-wrestling fan friends love this record. MY GIRLFRIEND LIKES THIS RECORD! It has a old school Hard Rock and Metal vibe that is missing from today's music. Every song on this album is unique and stands out. You won't be disappointed. Definitely get this album.
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Fozzy's best record? Yes! Buy this now.

Jericho said that they wanted to make a more diverse album and they did. Don't get me wrong; it still rocks hard. But they made some very good decisions when they chose to mix things up. For example, when was the last time a hard rock/metal band covered Abba? But, here, with "SOS", they not only cover it but cover it well...it's in my favorite songs on the record.

If you like Fozzy you should have this. If you've never heard Fozzy, trust me, this is the one to buy. Give it a shot. You won't regret it.
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This album has been played EVERY day since I got it! Fozzy has quickly become one of my favorite groups. Chris Jericho had me excited by listening to his commentary on his podcast about how this was a "game changer" for Fozzy. IT IS!! The band sounds better than ever. They hit you right off the bat with the title track and follow it up with songs like "Bad Tattoo", "One crazed Anarchist", and "Unstoppable."
The first single "Lights go out" is like a hard rock dance tune (I know that doesn't make sense" but it's hard to describe it any other way) and is their biggest hit so far. Jericho shows how could he can be on a ballad with "Died with you." "Tonite" probably gets my vote as my favorite song. Wanna hear Fozzy tackle "ABBA" and blow it out of the water....listen to their version of "SOS." Unbelieveable.
I can't say enough good things about this band. Jericho sounds amazing, Ward is the architect behind the madness, Billy & Paulie are amazing on guitars and Frank is a monster on the drums. I cannot recommend this album enough and I cannot recommend the Fozzy concert experience enough either. One of the hardest working bands I've EVER seen! Check it out, you won't be disappointed.
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Do You Wanna Start a War has a lot to live up to. Sin & Bones was, undoubtedly, Fozzy's best album to date. Here's how the previous three albums stack up: All That Remains was the first completely original album recorded by the band. There are a couple of fun tracks, but the majority on display showcases a band trying REALLY hard to find a signature sound. Chasing the Grail represented a significant step forward for the band. Fozzy found their sound. And outside of a couple of hiccups, the album was full of fun, catchy tunes.

Sin & Bones, released in 2012, was Fozzy taking everything they had done with Chasing the Grail, cutting the crap out, and polishing everything to a shine. I gave the album a B in my original review, but I can honestly look back and think that it might deserve a bit of a better grade. It was still cheesy metal, but it was VERY good cheesy metal. I thought at the time that Sin & Bones was the pinnacle of what Fozzy would accomplish. After listening to So You Wanna Start a War, I'm no longer so sure.

Fozzy could have played it safe with Do You Wanna Start a War and released something very similar to Sin & Bones. And I think that would've been fine; I know I personally would have been happy. Instead, Do You Wanna Start a War feels like a new start for the band. They try plenty of new things here, and while not everything works out the way it should, you have to give Fozzy credit for not resting on their laurels.

Let's not get crazy though, Do You Wanna Start a War still feels like Fozzy. Just like Chris Jericho, who separated himself within WCW by delivering off-the-wall cheesy promos, Do You Wanna Start a War shouldn't be treated too seriously. There's a song titled Bad Tattoo for godsake.
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If you like Sin & Bones you may be disappointed in the direction, sound, and lack of punch on this new album. The second half of the album is stronger than the first and gives you hope when things kick off, but quickly dies out to repetative lyrics and mainstream melancholy.
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Fozzy just keeps on getting better and better. Do You Wanna Start a War is an all around great CD. A good mix of music. And as all ways FOZZY ROCKS! Don't think that just because Y2J is one the best wrestlers in the world that he can not sing. Trust me he has an awesome rock voice. Fozzy is a straight up kick ass rock and roll band! So if you are ready this review just stop, and click buy it now!

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Listening to all of Fozzy's album's I've always said that they get better with each album and this one continues that tradition. I'll admit that the metal was a tad toned down in "Sin and Bones" but this album brings it right back. It plays great and smooth as an album overall, one of those albums you can have on repeat without skipping any songs. It's the solid metal awesome you expect from Fozzy.
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