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Multi-platinum hard rock band Disturbed releases its first ever B-sides collection, entitled The Lost Children, on Reprise Records. The set includes a previously unreleased track, "Mine," and "3," which was released exclusively on the band's website in April with all proceeds donated to the Damien Echols Defense Fund benefiting the West Memphis Three.

Other tracks on this B-side collection include "God of the Mind" and "A Welcome Burden," which appeared on the 2010 reissue of the band's 2000 debut album The Sickness; "Monster," "Two Worlds," and "Sickened," which were included as bonus tracks on the UK tour edition of Ten Thousand Fists; "Run," which was featured on a limited-edition version of 2008's Indestructible; and "Parasite," which appeared on the Japanese edition of Indestructible.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 8, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Reprise
  • ASIN: B005OJCI9S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (143 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,534 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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First, let me get something straight. This is NOT a "new" album. There is only one new song, which is "Mine". The album itself, is a collection of B-sides. I'll start this review by explaining what "B-sides" actually are.

Think back to the days of record players; big black disks would go inside of them, known as "Records". Well, those records could only hold so much memory, compared to our much more advanced CD's and later, DVD's. When a band would run out of memory on the record for their album, they would often put 1 or 2 other songs on the flipside of the record. Like A/B fullscreen and widescreen DVD's you've probably seen, if you placed the record upside down, the songs on that side would be played. These were known as B-sides. Nowadays, B-sides might either be a band's worst tracks they didn't want to put on the album or maybe an extra "bonus" song that the band feels is great, in its own right. These are released separately from the album, itself. You may also get them, depending on how you order the album; i.e. "Parasite" was only available on the Japanese edition of "Indestructible".

Okay, now that we got that out of the way, I will put my own honest opinion on each of the tracks, based on a scale of 1-10.

0- Horrendous
1- Awful
2- Bad
3- Pretty Bad
4- Not Good
5- Listenable
6- Okay
7- Good
8- Great
9- Outstanding
10- Flawless

Hell- This one's great. Not the best track on here, but a good choice for a single. The lyrics may seem weird at first, but all-in-all written very well and is pretty catchy. 8/10

A Welcome Burden- Pretty bad lyrics, but VERY catchy. Once again, there are much better tracks. 7/10

This Moment- This one is the pure definition of a grower.
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This is not a new album so dont expect all new songs. The one new song "mine" is great and worth the 9.00 alone. This is a great collection of unrelased or hard to find import released songs from their 10 years together. Best song on here is dehumanized. It was only avalible as a live track on their concert dvd/cd, I remember searching for hours trying to find the studio version and now I have it 6 years later.

Check out their documentary free on the disturbed site. They could have sold it and I would of purchased it in a heartbeat but these guys are awesome and are giving it away for free. Support a band that actualy cares about their fans and their music.
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Been obsessed with disturbed since their first album and each one they have released just keeps getting better and better. Although as stated by quite a few reviewers one of these songs is "really" a new one. But let's not distract this from a pretty good collection of songs this cd holds. It really is worth the money... I'm glad I bought it. If you love Disturbed too I'm sure you'll like it. My favorite songs I would have to say off of this cd would be "3" "Parasite" and "Hell". I had already purchased "3" prior to the release for .99 cents for the West Memphis 3 boys, but still glad it's on here too.
In "Hell" I love David Draiman's voice and come on who wouldn't... it's David Draiman... but I love the background music too. Same for parasite. Just fantastic!
All the lyrics on each song are deep and leave you thinking.
I like Disturbed's heavier stuff and hope that's what their next album holds. Never the less I enjoy this cd and pretty much been listening to it ever since I got it.

Now to save up to finally see them in concert one of these days... lol.

From one disturbed fan to another... its Definitely worth the purchase!!! Can't wait till their next release.

<3 loveeee Disturbed!
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Disturbed -The lost Children- is a great new addition to my collection. Almost all songs i never heard except for 4 of them. its a collection of all of disturbed's periods, If your looking for more songs by this band.....Bingo. Since they just went on hiatus and we wont see a new album for some time. So if your a fan, buy, and jam as loud as you can!!! to show disturbed lives on and will return to rock this nation to the Sickness!!
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This album is amazing. It is a collection of unreleased songs that Disturbed have recorded over the years. As an album, I definitely rate it 100. They did an amazing job on the cover of Living After Midnight, although the song "Monster" is my personal favorite.

If you're skeptical, then take it from me. I own Ten Thousand Fists, Believe, Asylum, Indestructible, and The Lost Children. The only album I don't have yet, sadly, is The Sickness. I listen to Disturbed on a daily basis, and I love every song I hear.

There are 16 tracks on this album, consisting of 3, A Welcome Burden, This Moment, God of the Mind, Dehumanized, Two Worlds, Monster, Hell, Mine, Sickened, Old Friend, Parasite, Run, Living After Midnight, Leave It Alone, and Midlife Crisis.
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I am not a music expert and do not play an instrument, so I can't really describe each song using musical terms (at least without sounding ignorant), but I will make this short and to the point. I have been a Disturbed fan for a while and own each of their CDs. THE LOST CHILDREN is definitely worth the wait, though not my favorite. Keep in mind this is not a new album. It contains "B-side" tracks and rare songs.

The tracks I like the most are:
Hell
Monster
Two Worlds
Sickened
Dehumanized
Living After Midnight

I did not care for 3 or A Welcome Burden, and the others are good, but not mind-blowing and certainly don't stick in my mind.

However, if you are a Disturbed fan, this is definitely worth a listen.

4/5 stars
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