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View Poll Results: Rate the overall quality of this CD, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest
1 2 4.44%
2 1 2.22%
3 1 2.22%
4 1 2.22%
5 0 0%
6 6 13.33%
7 2 4.44%
8 6 13.33%
9 8 17.78%
10 18 40.00%
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Unread 12-28-2004, 10:37 AM   #16
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I was very dissappointed with this album. I heard that it was going to be soft, different, and I bought it anyways cause I was curious. It's very different from Satalite, so I was dissappointed. I give it a 6 and the only songs I like are Will You, Change the World, and Revolution. Revolution rocks, love the bass at the begainning.


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Unread 01-26-2005, 08:37 PM   #17
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I too gave it a 6....and was also really dissapointed....i'm pretty much the same as hardcorerocker.....Eteranl rules!!....the music is amazing, but the style jsut isn't POD....i wouldn't recommend it....unless you don't like POD's other stuff....That said, i still do own EVERY recorded POD song.....
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Unread 03-27-2005, 12:47 PM   #18
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This is a great cd. P.O.D. really knows how 2 write good music. The adition of truby from living sacrifice was a great plus 4 this band. Every song is really great with pounding guitar riffs and nice melodies. The most powerful song though is eternal, which dosent even have words. it lets u make up ur own.
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Unread 03-28-2005, 11:25 AM   #19
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While this cd does break new ground for P.O.D., most fans of their Southtown and Satellite cds will be dissapointed. It is on the most part much softer than any of their previous work. The one track that actually sounds like old P.O.D. is Asthma, with heavy guitars and screaming. It also includes some good harmonies and stuff with the guitars. If they had put more songs like that on the cd, I think I would have liked it a lot better.
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Unread 03-28-2005, 10:51 PM   #20
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i didn't thik Asthma was anything like old POD...but then again, i am a Snuff the Punk and Brown style die-hard...
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Unread 03-31-2005, 09:31 PM   #21
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Ok, I haven't heard any Brown and Snufff the Punk songs, but comparing Payable on death to Satelite and TFEOS, Payabel on death wins everytime, sure Satelite and TFEOS are awesome albums, they both have a few songs i dislike along with the ones i love, and i love every song on Payable on Death. I can't find anything wrong with this CD.
As a side note, coments like "this CD sucks" with no explanation don't really serve much purpose, maybe you should try being more speciffic. I have difficulty respecting opinions when they are stated without any kind of explanation as to why you don't like music that to me is just a bout perfect
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Unread 04-30-2005, 06:12 PM   #22
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This CD is a great one. I'm listening to it right now. Best songs

"Change The World"
"Execute The Sounds"
"Find My Way"
"I and Identify"

I love this CD.
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Unread 08-10-2005, 08:43 PM   #23
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i have been reading everyone comments
about this cd and most of yall dont seem
to like it to much but i say that it shows
more of payable on death's talent (the
different range of style)

a lot of yall say its a really big change
from satellite and i say that if you heard
thier earlier cds you wouldnt think so
and im not talking about elements (i said
cds) no im talking about snuff the punk and
brown

see snuff the punk and brown more of a
metal sound for the most part and is really
hardcore

ive only read one comment that even knew
about these cds and if you listen to all 5 cds
in order of release you would hear the steady
change in style that all bands do (in their own
way)

so i say listen to all the cds
snuff the punk
brown
the fundametal elements of the southtown
satellite
payalbe on death
before you comment on any of p.o.d. cds
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Unread 08-11-2005, 12:15 AM   #24
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Quote:
Originally Posted by c_rockfreak
a lot of yall say its a really big change
from satellite and i say that if you heard
thier earlier cds you wouldnt think so
and im not talking about elements (i said
cds) no im talking about snuff the punk and
brown

see snuff the punk and brown more of a
metal sound for the most part and is really
hardcore

ive only read one comment that even knew
about these cds and if you listen to all 5 cds
in order of release you would hear the steady
change in style that all bands do (in their own
way)

so i say listen to all the cds
snuff the punk
brown
the fundametal elements of the southtown
satellite
payalbe on death
before you comment on any of p.o.d. cds


See, I've listened to all the P.O.D. CDs, and while I do believe "Payable On Death" is quite different, I haven't listened to all the CDs in a row.
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Unread 07-02-2008, 03:22 PM   #25
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Couldn't get into this one. I miss the rap vocals and the songs just seemed boring an uninteresting to me. Nothing will ever top Fundamental Elements and Satallite although their next album would be a step up from this.
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