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||Date: October 28, 2004 at 20:56|
|Very good follow-up to a monster debut. Sticks to the same formula, so there is really no new ground broken here. It is very good nu-metal though, melodic and bombastic at the same time.
||Date: December 8, 2004 at 15:24|
|These fruit pickers are not metal...they are...Like prunes all fiber,so when you hear them you know that shit will follow, oh well They'll sell millions of records cause a lot of people love'em...I don't.
||Date: September 18, 2005 at 0:54|
|This one is a hell of a lot better than the first album but still not great. It's not as rap oriented as the first one but not very melodic either. There is less sound effects too (yeah). It is still very repetitous though. I rate this one 7.5/10
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: March 2, 2015 at 22:35|
|In a way, it's a better record than The Sickness. The best songs don't quite rise to the level of "Stupify" or "Down With The Sickness," true. But at the same time, there's nothing anywhere as terrible as "Conflict" or "Droppin' Plates" either, with the possible exception of the piano ballad "Darkness." Draiman sings more and does that monkey-in-the-zoo jabbering, and his clean singing sounds like a cross between Page Hamilton of Helmet and Lajon Witherspoon of Sevendust. Dan Donegan uses far fewer guitar effects, and doesn't tune down as low, as many other nu-metal bands. But, y'know ... it all starts to run together after a while, and the best songs, again, are the first five, the ones you hear on the radio.
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