Didn't Hate it
S. Bissou | NY | 06/07/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)
So I scrolled down to the 1 star reviews to see how much they bashed this album, some said it wasn't as good which is true, to some degree. Their first two albums rocked my absolute favorite was, is and will always be "PAIN" from their album One-X. TDG is the reason I started listening to rock music so I wanted to be fair when I came to review this album and despite the 1,2,3 Star reviewers this album is worth buying. The song "Last to know" was amazing, heard it by complete accident and it blew my mind away and "bitter sweet" was just as great. Take the time and really listen to this CD you won't regret it.
Another generic cd by another generic band for the 2000`s
R. S Stein | Effingham, Illinois United States | 07/01/2010
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This is another generic cd that sounds like that band that sounds like that other band.You know what band I mean.Keep guessing.Nothing new to see here.That is what is wrong with the music industry.I don`t think downloading is what is killing the music industry.It is this drivel.It is no wonder that LADY GAGA has created such a stir.She stands out amongst this screaming,banging rampant sound alike noise.The music industry has gone the way of rap music.Take something that is successful once and copy it until you cannot tell one from the other.Way to go Howard Benson.The first time I heard this album I thought it went on forever,until I found out that the person playing it had played three other cd`s after it and I couldn`t tell.The benefit is that you can buy this cd and never have to buy any other cd from this genre.Don`t have to by Seether,Daughtry,Breaking Benjamin,or Theory of a Deadman.I really wish they wouldn`t demean rock by calling this rock.I guess I could save myself time and copy this review to all the others also.Harsh I know.But honest."