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Project 86 - Truthless Heroes (2002)




Average User Rating: 8.88 out of 10
Total votes: 49 (Click here to vote)
Total comments: 70

Tracks
1. Little Green Men
2. Caught In The Middle
3. Know What It Means
4. Salem's Suburbs
5. A Word From Our Sponsors
6. S.M.C.
7. Team black
8. Your Heroes Are Dead
9. To Brighten Your Day
10. Another Boredom Movement
11. Bottom Feeder
12. Shelter Me * Mercury
13. And Help You Sleep
14. Last Meal
15. Soma
16. Hollow Again
17. With Regards, T.H.


For more on Project 86, click here.


Posted on 01-07-2003 by sixzirens
read the book "brave new world" by Huxley...then listen to the album. it's almost scary how much of the album the book explains.

Posted on 01-08-2003 by OldManYelling
This cd is quite simply the greatest I have ever heard. This is no small feat, considering I listen to Genesis and Yes along with modern music. The message is simply astounding. The lyrics penetrate your soul and force you to think; rare for a rock CD these days. The music is great...each song sounds unique, and the guitar is much better than "Drawing Black Lines", the bass is loud and heavy, and the drums are picture perfect. My favorite song is the finale to the story, "Hollow Again." Project 86 is by far my favorite band, and I look foward to seeing more music from them. Oh, and if you're contemplating getting the CD...stop thinking about it, run out, and get this album.

Posted on 01-09-2003 by Insyder778
This is by far their best album yet! Awesom guitar work! I lov Little Green Men and Hollow.

Posted on 01-13-2003 by Skeeter
This is easily the best album in my collection. It easily matches two out of the three Trashman Tests. For those not familiar with The Trashmen were a Minnesota Surf Band of questionable quality. However, the truths of music they exposed remain. They are:

Only such music as we might describe as [i]loud at any volume[/i] qualifies.

Only music which we might describe as [i]annoying to grown-ups[/i] qualifies.

And, most importantly, only music which we might describe as [i]stupid[/i] qualifies.

This album is easily loud at any volume, and after playing it nearly non-stop during my Christmas Vacation, I can attest to its annoyance to grown-ups. Unfortunately, or perhaps fortunately, it fails the third test, as this is smart, insightful music, with powerful lyrics. Buy this album. Now.

Posted on 01-22-2004 by Xenos
I don't particularly like this cd, and for any christian who is looking for a spiritually fulfilling cd, do not buy this album. If i could rate the album's non musical content in the negatives, i would.

Posted on 01-24-2003 by jabin
Definitely the most amazing album of all time. Project 86 IS the best band of all time, and this album proves it. If you love this album and dont know the story behind it, go to the P86 website and read the "history" of it. It will blow your mind. In case you are wondering, the second best album is Blinside's latest "Silence." Another seriously amazing poject.

Posted on 02-21-2005 by Symbiotic
Just too good!!.....good lyrics.....great palying!....9

Posted on 02-28-2005 by Andrew M
Great cd. I love project 86. Also, to the people who said p86 is not a christian band. DING...DING..YOUR RIGHT. They don't profess to be a christian band, but i will tell you that the people in the band are christian. Why do people always have to get in to a long debate over someone else's salvation. If you like their music and lyrics great, and more power to ya. If you don't like their music and lyrics thats fine to. Judge them on thier musical talent not if their music preaches Jesus in every line and in every song. Projects lyrics are dark, and I like them that way. The world isn't some happy place filled with happy people. I greatly admire andrew for always getting down to the heart of the issues without all the crap. Lastly, concerning the so called porn...give me a break, it was used as shock value. Evangel socitey bought into it. The pictures were addressing how our society treats women. It was meant to invoke change. I will qoute someone from another board on this topic(forgot the name) "if you are turned on by those pictures then your sick and need to check yourself."

Posted on 03-01-2005 by Symbiotic
However, in being christians, their lyrics shouldn't convey stuff a christian shouldn't be conveying...which they don't.....dark lyrics are ok....i like dark lyrics....what's theis "so called porn" thing?

Posted on 03-01-2005 by Jonular
[QUOTE=guitarman_888]what's theis "so called porn" thing?[/QUOTE]
If you don't know, don't ask. You're better off not being able to participate in such a ridiculous debate.

~Jon

Posted on 03-02-2005 by Symbiotic
It's obviously not ridiculous if it's accually a debate....

Posted on 03-02-2005 by Jonular
[QUOTE=guitarman_888]It's obviously not ridiculous if it's accually a debate....[/QUOTE]
This is an exception. :p

~Jon

Posted on 03-03-2005 by Symbiotic
well someone besides know-it-all Jon tell me...Jon: i don't mean that in an offensive way...

Posted on 03-03-2005 by Mattlock
[url]www.truthlessheroes.com[/url]

Posted on 03-03-2005 by Symbiotic
ok...which dragon?....

Posted on 03-06-2003 by Unregisted
this review digs deeper

Posted on 03-06-2003 by Underhill
[QUOTE][i]Originally posted by matthew516 [/i]
[B]this review digs deeper [/B][/QUOTE] :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:. Wait...was that supposed to be serious?

Posted on 03-07-2003 by kstone
the guitar riffs in this cd are incredible and the bass is unlike anything on any other cd...songs like little green men, s.m.c., and hollow again make this cd what it is

Posted on 03-11-2003 by helena
Good stuff indeed. I used to listen to only classical music, but my brother corrupted me, oops, led me to the straight and narrow path, I mean, and now Project 86 is my favorite band, easy. I love their lyrics, yay, and the music rox my sox.

Posted on 03-18-2003 by Eddo
This album is really awesome! It was kinda hard to transfer from their 'drawing black lines' album... but I made it. :D IMO there music is starting to broaden over different styles.. I guess thats really good though :D

Edit: That reminds me.. their song 'Last meal'.. kinda chills your blood..

"We'll eat what's left of you before we are through" .. hmm..

Think Zombies? Nah.. they must be talking something else.

Posted on 03-19-2003 by Underhill
[QUOTE][i]Originally posted by Eddo [/i]
[B]Edit: That reminds me.. their song 'Last meal'.. kinda chills your blood..

"We'll eat what's left of you before we are through" .. hmm..

Think Zombies? Nah.. they must be talking something else. [/B][/QUOTE] I think it fits into the story pretty well. Like what modern society is doing to the truthless hero.

Posted on 03-25-2005 by METALhed
whats the point i like Zao....
and im gonna cruise over and see what negativity theyve garnered
how is it thier job to pass judgement if the project is christian or not ?
you say i dont wanna say they arent blah blahblah thats crap
if you dont wanna dont get into
blindside ive completely lost respect for them
i mean the older stuff is great but the new stuff is too poppy....

Posted on 03-26-2003 by matt_aragon
can someone please? because all i see is poor truthless hero being left alone and w/ out hope and with no mention of where to find it. musically they're best yet but from wut i've seen in their lyrics and now they're "philosophical" views umm i'm a lil worried bout poor andy lol. can someone please set me straight? cuz i really wanna go to their show in a few weeks w/ out any head trips about whether or not they're now in it for themselves.

Posted on 03-27-2003 by Eddo
[QUOTE][i]Originally posted by matt_aragon [/i]
[B]can someone please? because all i see is poor truthless hero being left alone and w/ out hope and with no mention of where to find it. musically they're best yet but from wut i've seen in their lyrics and now they're "philosophical" views umm i'm a lil worried bout poor andy lol. can someone please set me straight? cuz i really wanna go to their show in a few weeks w/ out any head trips about whether or not they're now in it for themselves. [/B][/QUOTE]
'

This is what [url]http://www.cmcentral.com[/url] says about it:

"Truthless Heroes is a unique concept album from thrashing hard rockers Project 86 (think P.O.D., only a little less melodic, with more screaming and more angry sarcasm). It tells the story of a nameless would-be American hero who tries on for size all of the depraved things that the media tells us will lead to happiness. You'll also find a few thinly veiled political statements about the current state of the union.

Intentionally written and stylized to be like a one-hour television show (complete with commercials, no less), the thirteen tracks and four commercial interludes each fit together as pieces of this grand whole, this singular story. Lyrically, they rail out against the ills of a society that tries to program you to be like everyone else, and which has gleefully eroded the values of right and wrong. The album is virtually filled with biting sardonicism, conveying an emotion that goes beyond exasperation and desperation, coming dangerously close to revelling in utter despair and madness.

Musically, the album is an auditory onslaught, with well produced metal-leaning hard rock from the band, and Andrew Schwab's harsh, gutteral vocals in all the right places and searing screams in others. Stavesacre's Mark Salomon even shows up for some guest vocals on "Last Meal." Matt Hyde's production sounds kind of like a crunchy, hypnotic nightmare -- appropriate, considering the subject matter.

The album ends with these words from the song "Hollow": "...Here I was told / By Fallen men in their charade / That we could find a hope inside / The safety of this empty place". Truthless Heroes is a despondent look at the cruel, cynical, worthlessness of modern life apart from God. It's also a triumph of artistic expression and independent thought -- you may not agree with everything Project 86 says, but you'll never run out of intelligent brain food."

Posted on 03-28-2003 by matt_aragon
i guess i'm just upset w/ the way he never gives an answer to how truthless hero can find hope cuz i think that's the most important part of the story. o well maybe in his next book we'll find truthless hero's hopeful ending.

Posted on 03-28-2003 by Underhill
[QUOTE][i]Originally posted by matt_aragon [/i]
[B]i guess i'm just upset w/ the way he never gives an answer to how truthless hero can find hope cuz i think that's the most important part of the story. o well maybe in his next book we'll find truthless hero's hopeful ending. [/B][/QUOTE] But that's the thing. There isn't a happy ending.

Posted on 04-07-2003 by IndoGuy
This cd is a must have! If you don't have it you are missing out on some great christian hard rock. I rate this a 10.

Posted on 04-17-2004 by Unregisted
Truthless Heroes is indeed an awesome CD and much like a parable it has a message that makes you think (though it doesnt have a happy ending, wah go cry somewhere else about that; the point of the CD is that if you choose the things of this world you WONT have a happy ending). Songs is good and I'm glad to hear Project resigned with T&N.

Now as far as none of Project's songs being christian let me recite a few lyrics:

Six Sirens - 1st album:
"we worship jah most high"

Open Hand- Drawing Black Lines:
"Raised hands surround us three nails to protect us"

Hollow - Truthless Heroes:
"How will we open the eyes of the Dead if we are Hollow, Hollow again"

Safe Haven - Songs To Burn Your Bridges By:
"Like father always said and I can only agree: 'Son they will hate you because they always hated me' and even though i feel alone I know that i could never be"

Now after reading those lyrics do you still doubt their christianity? Who are you to condemn them? 'For all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God'. On the subject of them not wanting to be known as a 'christian' band, how can you blame them? When every 'christian' band out there is trying to be little Michael W. Smith and Steven Curtis Chapman clones so they can get on K-love and make money. "I must have a dressing room, a suite, and even a red carpet... seriously" -Carmen what the crap man? All 'christian bandst' these days it seems are into making money, and being on the radio. Most of them are hypocrits. Granted there are still a few who stick to the ways of Keith Green and use it as a ministry but they are few and far between.

If you are going to reach the masses you cant be stuck in a pigeon hole especially not one that is seen as being rejected and hypocritical.

Posted on 04-23-2004 by Luke Henslee
[QUOTE=matthew516]this review digs deeper[/QUOTE]
is this person sane?

Posted on 04-23-2004 by Luke Henslee
This kid knows what he be talkin about... a christian band, in my opinion, doesnt have to have some deep spiritual, bible-related theme for every song.... God is worshiped by our talents, and the project is VERY talented. Three nails to protect us....who could be possibly be talking about?

Posted on 04-24-2004 by Andrew
Someone insulter Five Iron Frenzy. I think I am going to start gunslingin. Five Iron was one of the most intelligent, christian bands of the decade. Period. P86, from what I have heard is just generic metal. Not that this is bad. It is just nothing new.

Posted on 04-25-2005 by DKelly
[QUOTE=matthew516]this review digs deeper[/QUOTE]


Man, that makes me laugh! They should take a closer look at the lyrics. They probably didn't even look at all the lyrics! :sadyep:Although that page on their website does seem kind of out of place. Still, I'm not going to argue about the fact that they are Christians because they sure seem to be. :yep:

Posted on 04-25-2005 by DKelly
[QUOTE=Andrew M] Lastly, concerning the so called porn...give me a break, it was used as shock value. Evangel socitey bought into it. The pictures were addressing how our society treats women. It was meant to invoke change. I will qoute someone from another board on this topic(forgot the name) "if you are turned on by those pictures then your sick and need to check yourself."[/QUOTE]


Oh, OK. I understand now. That would make sense. Alright.

Posted on 04-25-2005 by Symbiotic
can someone please fill me in on this "porn" thing?

Posted on 04-26-2005 by DKelly
Go back to the first page. Near the bottom, there is a post saying "This review digs deeper". Click on it, and there you go.

Posted on 04-27-2005 by Symbiotic
thanks...i'll get back about that tomorrow...

Posted on 05-15-2003 by Merganzer
i have to agree with the stuff on that link that was posted....

its quite disturbing..

i for one will not be buying this album.

Posted on 06-06-2004 by Sk8ter21
8 greatest cd they have yet

Posted on 06-07-2004 by Mr.Zachcore
I really enjoy this CD. It has some really thoughful lyrics and musically I find it very appealing. i give this one a nice, solid 8.

Posted on 06-15-2003 by AllTheWayLive86
Very good job by Project on this cd. I actually don't have this cd :( , but I have heard it many times. There are several underrated songs on this one. Some of my personal favorites are SMC, Hollow Again, Shelter Me, Know What It Means, and Little Green Men. Excellent drum fills, simple but sweet guitar riffs, loud bass, and of course the classic Andrew Schwab vocals. I haven't seen these guys live, but I would love to! Anyway, I've got enough money for one Project cd and I can't decide between Drawing Black Lines and this one. I recommend this cd.

Posted on 06-15-2003 by Unregisted
to what everyone's saying about Project 86 Truthless Heroes not being christian - let me put it simply. you dont have to blatantly scream christianity to have a christian theme. When Jesus preached parables, he rareley even mentioned what he was imnplying until he'd finished the story, like how in this album, it is a story of a shallow person looking for something, and he can't. Just because it doesnt mention the underlying point until the actual explanation doesnt go to say that it has a striking christian message, which it does.

Posted on 06-16-2003 by Eddo
[QUOTE=Eddo]This album is really awesome! It was kinda hard to transfer from their 'drawing black lines' album... but I made it. :D IMO there music is starting to broaden over different styles.. I guess thats really good though :D

Edit: That reminds me.. their song 'Last meal'.. kinda chills your blood..

"We'll eat what's left of you before we are through" .. hmm..

Think Zombies? Nah.. they must be talking something else.[/QUOTE]

I've changed my stance on this band. While I still think their music is increadable talented. I will be throwing it in the trash where it belongs. There are secular bands out there that are more 'Christian' than Project 86.

If you have ever been to their website ([url]http://www.truthlessheroes.com/[/url]) it pretty much sums up the whole cd, which I previously had trouble understanding. They even stuped to putting scantly clad pictures on their site... how shameful. If you really want to know what this band is about.. I suggest a read of this site:

[url]http://www.evangelsociety.org/francisco/project86review.htm[/url]

Posted on 06-19-2003 by Jonular
Truthless Heroes is like no other P86 album ever released. It rocks. Hard. It's awesome. It is totally worth a 10.

~Jon

Posted on 06-19-2003 by TomfromIllinois
I broke their last cd, I don't even think the guys are a christian band. I never heard the mention of jesus or anything to do with christianity in their music.

Posted on 06-19-2003 by Underhill
[QUOTE=TomfromIllinois]I broke their last cd, I don't even think the guys are a christian band. I never heard the mention of jesus or anything to do with christianity in their music.[/QUOTE]They [i]aren't[/i] a "Christian band". They've been saying that all along.

Posted on 06-19-2003 by Jonular
[QUOTE=TomfromIllinois]I broke their last cd, I don't even think the guys are a christian band. I never heard the mention of jesus or anything to do with christianity in their music.[/QUOTE]

Dude, you listen to Metallica. What does it matter then? You listen to secular music. It's not like you don't listen to Project 86 because they aren't "Christian enough". What's the problem then?

~Jon

Posted on 06-19-2003 by Sean
[QUOTE=JonNJapan]Dude, you listen to Metallica. What does it matter then? You listen to secular music. It's not like you don't listen to Project 86 because they aren't "Christian enough". What's the problem then?

~Jon[/QUOTE]

Exactly


What are you talking about Tom? If you want to be taken seriously it helps if you make sense. Metallica is my favorite Christian band too and I understand that their lyrics are god breathed just like the Bible, but we can't expect Project 86 to hold up to that standard too. It is a bit much.


Anyway, this discussion doesn't belong here. If you want to write a review, write a review. If you want to complain about Project 86 not being Christian enough, go complain to your deaf and blind grandma.

Posted on 06-19-2003 by TomfromIllinois
[QUOTE=JonNJapan]Dude, you listen to Metallica. What does it matter then? You listen to secular music. It's not like you don't listen to Project 86 because they aren't "Christian enough". What's the problem then?

~Jon[/QUOTE]the reson I broke thier last cd is because everyone was saying they were a christian band, I found nothing christian about them. I thought they were doing the same thing creed was doing. and I don't like that so therfore I broke the cd, and I didn't really like the band anyway. jon you had a good point about the metallica thing, yes I do listen to secualr music. I just don't like it when bands try to portray themselves as christians to get us to buy their cd.

Posted on 06-19-2003 by TomfromIllinois
[QUOTE=AtlasShrugs]Exactly


What are you talking about Tom? If you want to be taken seriously it helps if you make sense. Metallica is my favorite Christian band too and I understand that their lyrics are god breathed just like the Bible, but we can't expect Project 86 to hold up to that standard too. It is a bit much.


Anyway, this discussion doesn't belong here. If you want to write a review, write a review. If you want to complain about Project 86 not being Christian enough, go complain to your deaf and blind grandma.[/QUOTE]hey, I really appreciate the sarcasm and thanks for making fun of my grandma. I never said that metallica was a christian band. geez all this complaining over one little post. sorry guys

Posted on 06-19-2003 by Jonular
[QUOTE=TomfromIllinois]I just don't like it when bands try to portray themselves as christians to get us to buy their cd.[/QUOTE]

Me too. It's really stupid, too. They'll probably [i]lose[/i] money when they do that, anyways.

~Jon

Posted on 06-19-2003 by TomfromIllinois
I'm glad you reflect what I was trying to concur.

Posted on 06-20-2003 by Unregisted
oh i give up. if you think Project 86 arent "christian enough" (whatever that means) then thats just ignorance. if youre the kind of person that defines christian music as mentioning Jesus in every sentence (which i dont have a problem with) then fine, this CD is not for you. If however you define christian music as music with a christian theme.... open your eyes! how can you not see how christian this is? its a parable! did Jesus mention christianity in every sentence of his parables? no, he made a story to represent a christian theme just like project 86. this is an album with a story, a parable. if you think that becuase it is a story rather than a sermon it shouldn't be classed as christian then in effect you're saying that Jesus' parables shouldn't be classed as christian. oh, and however hard it may be, please try leave peoples granmothers out of this. they didnt do anything to you.

Posted on 07-01-2004 by fudrudler
This is an awesome cd. Drawing Black Lines was better though.

Posted on 07-13-2004 by Unregisted
This is an awesome cd! My Friend let me borrow it, and knowing that it was a "metal" cd, I thought that I would only listen to it once, then give it back. When I put it in my cd player, I was amazed! I usually never listen to thrash/metal stuff, or whatever you call this. Them being Christian: Like everyone else said, they speak in parables and stuff like that. And this is in one of Andy's books:
Father
I am ready for the oasis
To become reality
To drink the wine, the water
Straight from your cup

What else would he be talking about? I'm 99% sure he wasn't talking about his earthly father. ;) Now, you can still go on and complain about how "Not Christian" they are. ::)

Posted on 08-20-2005 by ChurchPunk 2
I think someday I am going to start a 'Is Audio Adrenaline really Christian' thread and see if anyone actually argues no. That would be funny. Great CD. Go buy it.

Posted on 08-20-2005 by DKelly
[QUOTE=ChurchPunk 2]I think someday I am going to start a 'Is Audio Adrenaline really Christian' thread and see if anyone actually argues no. That would be funny.[/QUOTE]



There's really no need to do that.

Posted on 08-21-2005 by Mattlock
[QUOTE=DKelly]There's really no need to do that.[/QUOTE]
There's no need for anybody to start any "isi tis bnd rele xina? LOLZORS@#@!" threads at all. But they do it anyways.

Posted on 08-21-2005 by DKelly
[QUOTE=Mattlock]There's no need for anybody to start any "isi tis bnd rele xina? LOLZORS@#@!" threads at all. But they do it anyways.[/QUOTE]



That's true, but this guy is saying he's gonna go set up a thread asking whether or not Audio Adrenaline is a Christian band, which I'm pretty sure he already knows they are. There is really no need to set up a thread like that, especially when you know the band is already a Christian band.


By the way, I really want this CD. I heard their song "Little Green Men" in concert and all of a sudden I had to have this CD.

Posted on 08-28-2004 by Mattlock
project 86. amazing band. get this cd. now. 9 because of the little breaks in the album.

Posted on 08-28-2004 by natedawg5280
[QUOTE=skilletswitch]project 86. amazing band. get this cd. now. 9 because of the little breaks in the album.[/QUOTE]


:clap: what more need be said? great album easy 10!

Posted on 11-05-2003 by sixzirens
i dont understand most of you people. you are on here arguing whether or not project has a christian message. project are christians who play music. period. they play mostly secular venues. ok. so do pod, blindside, chevelle, mxpx, and numerous underground metal bands. they dont say jesus every ten seconds, so that makes them evil? i daresay(and i will probably make a lot of enemies this way) they have more of a christian message than many "christian" bands...the effigy i will burn is five iron frenzy. thank the good Lord above they broke up; now maybe they will stop making light of God(Cheeses of nazareth? need i say more?). if christians are in a band, the band is a christian band. if they actually swear or say things agaisnt God, then we can question their christianity. but if they simply choose to proclaim their messga ein a different way, more power to them. project is a gateway band, one of those which weans new christians off of secular music. it is a necessarry part of rock and roll, and they deserve our prayers and thanks. shame on you people for saying otherwise. God save your souls.

Posted on 11-14-2003 by HisAngelGrlCA
if this may sound too big mouthed to some of you, i might apologize now.. but anyways, im honestly in AHHH of what ive heard here in the last couple posts.. Daniel, or the guy with the cool screen name, i totally agree with what your saying, though Andrews lyrics i could not compare with the works of Jesus Christ.Project is truly theoretical in their lyrics. Andrew is a talented writer, and a gifted poet. The "BIG" Christian music out there has a great purpose, and Jesus Christ has been glorified through those"BIG" Christian bands, which is awesome....... BUT, when ones mind is opened up to the much bigger picture of this life and all that is in it, Andrew Schwab, aka Macabre Schwab, knows how to put our views of this life into words that are fully understood by few. just as most say, "beauty is in the eye of the beholder", same in this situation, the beauty of this mans work is in each individual eye, some may find it to be quite the opposite of what it really is, but thats for the individual to say..... Andrew is a humble man that is not out to receive glory for his own gain. Though im not saying that all those "BIG" Christian bands are, but lyrics go much deeper and mean so much more, without being "forced" if you will, to say the name of Jesus Christ every couple words. Andrew has faithfully gone against the flow in this life. Even the Christian media puts too much pressure on so many bands to be more evangelistic by saying Jesus every other word to be an example to the lost. But just as Jesus did in the parables, he presented a picture, an example, a situation, to teach others His commands... i think im getting off on a tangent here, as im sure youve already realized. I will finish with this, Andrew Schwab is not God, he is a writer. a simple man with a great mind and a talent thats worth my time to explore, and i hope you agree....

lets start something new, Songs to Burn Your Bridges By is Project 86' newest album that will rock your world. another intelligent piece full of Macabres work. Andrew, Randy, Alex and Steve released this album together for their devoted and sincere fans that truly value their hard work. pick it up as soon as possible on their site; [url]www.project86.com[/url] it wont hit stores anytime soon, possibly by spring, so i HIGHLY suggest you get it now. for those that have already gotten the new album, RIGHT ON!! its a sweet piece, lets discuss this art together at another time and place.... one last thing, for those that dont have the album yet, being that Christmas is coming and all, give yourself a gift, it'll be well worth it!!

Posted on 11-17-2003 by sixzirens
*looks at HisAngelGrlCA's post*.....amen! finally an enlightened person on here!

Posted on 11-18-2003 by Unregisted
i agree this cd is by far the best from them, and they do put the message out there loud and clear. i give it 2 thumbs

Posted on 11-29-2005 by Chrizzle
I think ChurchPunk 2 was just making a joke to prove his point...he had no real intentions of posting the thread...

anyway TH is an amazing cd, in terms of Project I like their 2 newer cd's better, ANd the rest will follow and Songs to burn etc... but this cd is still definately one to buy, I gave it a 10, it is just great because of all the different styles Project has on this cd from Lil Green Men, Another Boredom Movement SMC and Last Meal to songs like Salem's Suberb and Team Black and Your Heroes are dead and Hallow Again, I love every song on this cd and everyone should get it

Posted on 12-03-2002 by Underhill
10 all the way. This has got to be the best release of the year.

Posted on 12-08-2002 by SmileAndFollow
Maybe. Maybe not. They have a message and they deliver it. In style none the less! I suggest you all go buy this cd...NOW!

Posted on 12-16-2002 by archieK4JC
Great band, they really get their message across, in a very loud way! The new album is awesome!

Posted on 12-22-2002 by jcomnislash
amazing cd...it's been in my cd player for a month, i cant leave it alone...it's got so much emotion in it its not funny...hard, fast and loud...project 86 is brilliant

Posted on 12-30-2002 by Kori
10! Yess! 10!
This is one of the greatest albums, possibly, EVER!

Great band. Great cd.
My absolute favorite song of all time has got to be LITTLE GREEN MEN! But it is really sooo hard to choose out of 14 great tracks!


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