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Perfect Self
Perfect Self
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
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Ori Release '01 Debut album from Heavy Rock quintet with Dan Richardson ( Life Og Agony and Pro-Pain) Joey Zampella (Life of Agony) Corey Lowery (Stuck Mojo & Dark New Day). Co-Produced By Don Gilmore (Linkin Park Eve 6)...  more »


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All Artists: Stereomud
Title: Perfect Self
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 3
Label: Sony
Original Release Date: 1/1/2001
Re-Release Date: 5/22/2001
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
Style: Alternative Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 696998548329


Album Description
Ori Release '01 Debut album from Heavy Rock quintet with Dan Richardson ( Life Og Agony and Pro-Pain) Joey Zampella (Life of Agony) Corey Lowery (Stuck Mojo & Dark New Day). Co-Produced By Don Gilmore (Linkin Park Eve 6) Rick Parashar (Pearl Jam A

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Kolors | Pocatello, Idaho | 05/29/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"You really can't grow wrong with this cd. It's a really cheap cd and the cd is really good. I was kind of skeptical when buying this album, but just giving it one full listen, it really exceeded my expectations. They mix emotion through great vocals and lyrics, with heavy riffs that break out into great melodies, thundering drums, giving Steromud a sound that is Sterogreatness. What I like about this debut album is that the songs all range around, being different from one another. My favorite tracks include: "Leave", "Steppin Away", "Pain" and "Don't Be Afraid." The album's highlight comes from the title track "Perfect Self." It's a great acoustical song full of heartfelt emotion. Definatly give this band a look."
deftom | MD | 05/23/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Well, yesterday I went to a record store to get the new Staind cd, and since this record store has really good prices, I wanted to check out other bands that might occupy a twenty dollar bill, so, from hearing the "Pain" video by Stereomud on MTVX, I checked out the Stereomud cd...I thought, well, that song alone would be worth it, and when I got home, I put it in my stereo to check it out. Oh! I was in total awe of how good it was! I couldn't believe how melodic and powerful the music was! And how all the music just blends in amazingly! I will listen to this cd for a long time and can't wait until i can blast it in a car stereo! Great music for a metal fan! Cross between Godsmack, Nothingface, Reveille, Snot, and Taproot. All great bands, and Stereomud is a great band that is definitely worth $30. Leave (Back Up) - 10/10: Great opener, shows just how much they rock!Don't Be Afraid - 9/10: Good melody in lyrics and music is just rhythmatic.Old Man - 10/10: So awesome! Total blend in lyrics and music. Music just tears everything up!Pain - 12/10: Guitar totally great! Just blows you away on how good it is! Tied as best song.Steppin' Away - 6/10: Kinda repetative, but nonetheless good.How We Stand - 11/10: Totally heavy and just makes you wanna headbang!Down From Here - 7/10: Sounds like another song on the album, but chorus is really good.Sunlight - 8/10: Pretty good mellow song, maybe a little more heavyness in the guitar would help a lot. Chorus a strong point.Lost Your Faith - 10/10: Very good opening, gets in your head and catchy, but headbanging material.Get Me Out - 8/10: One of the weak points of the cd at beginning, but rest of the song lets you know how good they are.What - 12/10: Best song of cd, just tears everything up and gets in your face.Closer Now - 8/10: Pretty good. Chorus good as well as guitars.Perfect Self - 8/10: Good slow song, maybe a little more heaviness would make a great closing song."
Totally underrated band
R. Schroeder | 01/26/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Ok so I came across this band last summer and was over-joyed when I did. This band is amazing, and very underrated. If you like bands like Sevendust or Godsmack I highly suggest this cd. The first two songs give a powerful opening, setting the stage for the rest of the album. It's bands like these I am grateful for when constantly surrounded by mainstream junk flooding the radios and always playing at nightclubs. A lil shimmer of hope that rock isn't dead."