CD Reviews


Average User Rating: 8.75 out of 10
Total votes: 8 (Click here to vote)
Total comments: 7

1. Roots In Stereo
2. Lights Out
3. If You Could See Me Now
4. Goodbye For Now
5. Sounds Like War
6. On The Grind
7. This Time
8. Mistakes And Glories
9. Let You Down
10. Teachers
11. Strength Of My Life
12. Say Hello
13. Mark My Words

Posted on 08-28-2006 by DKelly
This is agreat return to form for those P.O.D. fans whose favorite CD was [i]Satellite[/i]. "Lights Out" is probably my favorite song on the CD, partially because it's kind of a "Boom" part 2, and I loved "Boom".

The only song that disappointed me was "On The Grind". I don't think that clashed too well with the rest of the CD. If it had been me, I'd have replaced "On The Grind" with "If It Wasn't For You"(the first song off [i]The Warrior's EP Vol. 2[/i]). I think that would have been a better fit.

Overall, a really good CD and no P.O.D. fan should be without it.

Posted on 08-31-2006 by steggz
Awesome CD. I liked most of Satellite, and a fair bit of Payable on Death, but this is a CD that i pretty much like from go to whoa. It's full of support, challenges and testimony. In the words of a famous music guru, "Do yourself a favour and go out and get it"

Posted on 09-02-2006 by beau99
Best P.O.D. album ever.

Great and meaningful lyrics? Check.

Sweet guitar work? Check.

Truby doing some vocals? Nice.

The feeling that I will won't get tired of it because it'll never be overplayed? Awesome.

Easy 10.

Posted on 09-02-2006 by rockstar0173
good album

Posted on 09-02-2006 by tl_guitarnut
awsome album, everything about it is great.

Posted on 09-02-2006 by Adri
'On The Grind' I didn't really like either. :(

I think I would give it a 7 1/2. For enjoyment.

The music I didn't fully appreciate to the full worthyness of it. They 'are' a excellent band.

Posted on 11-08-2006 by cowboy322
I think this is definitely their 2nd best, and really possibly their first best Cd. They tried the straight-rock thing on payable on death and that Cd was better musically, but this CD brings me back to the GREAT Sattelite days. Sonny is definitely a better singer than on Satellite, and Truby seems to fit in more on this record. Other than Let you down, i think every track is great. i even like On the Grind, because if you like P.o.d., you have to like diversity, cuz theyre reggae, rock and rap. it was truly a great hip-hop song, but my favorite songs would be Say hello, Sounds like war, mark my words, and roots in stereo for their rap-metal style. i also like Teachers because that song just straight up rocks. Strencth of My life is one of their best reggae songs yet, except for the fact they were talking about going to heaven with a hasidic jew artist. Lights Out is good, but after listening to it 8,000 times itt gets kinda old. But i was glad they came back to their spiritual roots with this record.

Paul's rating : 9

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