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Thousand Foot Krutch - Set it Off (Rerelease) (2004)



Average User Rating: 7.64 out of 10
Total votes: 25 (Click here to vote)
Total comments: 24

Tracks
1. Everyone Like Me
2. Intro
3. Rippet
4. Supafly
5. When In Doubt
6. Rhime Animal
7. Unbelievable
8. Upcomes Down
9. Come Along
10. Small Town
11. Set It Off
12. All The Way Live
13. Lift It
14. Brother John
15. Breather
16. Sweet Unknown
17. Moment Of The Day
18. The Alternate Song

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Posted on 01-10-2005 by tfkguy
Don't listen to them TFK rocks Just like this cd GET it if u don't have it

Posted on 01-11-2005 by Symbiotic
if you like tfk, you'll like it....but it's not that great

Posted on 02-08-2005 by ApostlePhilip
Well.. I thought it was an awesome CD... I personally don't see any problem with added songs... I find most of them quite good. I also feel that the rerelease of Set it Off was MUCH better then Phenomenon. Phenomenon got quite boring after you listen to it for a while, most of the songs sound the same. Set it Off has quite a few different genres of music. I recommend this CD to anyone who likes diversity or a CD that doesn't get boring after the first time you've played it.

Posted on 02-08-2005 by Symbiotic
that is one thing i really like about this cd(old and new), the diversity of genres.....

Posted on 02-26-2007 by Adam K
I hate this Cd

Posted on 02-26-2007 by Sith of blades
[QUOTE=Symbiotic;1677300]I gave it a 5..... its pretty good but the new songs are all too soft... and the quality of the recording itself is not that great.... it isn't that much improved.... the original I would give an 8, but this is just the same thing with some bad extra songs added.[/QUOTE]
Actually, those extra songs at the end aren't new, they're old. They're from a Demo they had out before Set it Off came out. (At least thtats what it sounded like on the CD booklet)

I'd give it a 7 or an 8. I really liked the songs like 'Supafly' 'Everyone like me' 'Puppet' and a few others. But those older songs from the demo aren't that great.

Posted on 02-26-2007 by akaukal
[QUOTE=Sith of blades;2818418]Actually, those extra songs at the end aren't new, they're old. They're from a Demo they had out before Set it Off came out. (At least thtats what it sounded like on the CD booklet)

I'd give it a 7 or an 8. I really liked the songs like 'Supafly' 'Everyone like me' 'Puppet' and a few others. But those older songs from the demo aren't that great.[/QUOTE]

The added songs are from their first album.

I still like this cd a lot. The bonus tracks are great and so is "When in Doubt" and "Supafly".

Posted on 02-26-2007 by switchfootprson
I loved it. They talk about themselves a little too much, though.

Posted on 04-17-2006 by Dani_Boy
Haven't heard this one yet. I've got the albums Phenomenon and The Art of Breaking. They are awesome. I just simply wondered if the album Set It Off and Set It Off (re-release) are exactly the same thing except for added songs, or if the re-release is totally remixed or something. If they are the same then I'll only have to get the re-release album, if they are not I'll have to get both. So I just wondered.

Posted on 04-17-2006 by Symbiotic
just buy the re-released version...there is almost no difference....the only different i have noticed is the first 2 songs, and they are still played the same...just slighly different sounding...

Posted on 04-17-2006 by alexanderthegr8
I don't really like the last four songs, but the others are just like the original one. Everyne like me is pretty cool too.

Posted on 04-17-2006 by akaukal
the reason why no one likes the last 4 songs is for one reason: that was TFK's original style. It was more like Indie rock, than rap core. i have the original of "That's What People Do" the album and it's totally different from all their newer stuff. but this one is DEFINETLY better than Pheonomenon. but not The Art of Breaking. that is my favorite one cause rap core sucks in general.

Posted on 05-24-2005 by 4Glory
I've been listening to TFK ever since they were in thier early stages and have seen them live with different drummers etc. I give this CD a 7.5, I agree the new songs arn't that good but I do like the recordings of puppet, up comes down and the intro song a little better. Overall if you are a TFK fan I think you'll like this CD, for a remix of the original I have to admit I was pleasantly supprised.

Posted on 07-03-2007 by dr_awesome93
i bit of a disappointment by TFK. still a good cd though. way too much rap for me.

Posted on 07-21-2005 by ChurchPunk 2
I like this CD alot. For some reason it reminds me of Rage Aginst The Machine. It really is a great album. Not as good as The Art Of Breaking, but still great stuff. I love the whole rap-rock side of the CD, but the only songs I really enjoy off their indie album are Brother John and The Alternative Song. Still a great album, though.

Posted on 07-21-2005 by SSj Guitarist
Freakin' amazing CD. The only thing that could have made it better, was if for one of the really early songs, from their first CD, they put on their cover song "Sunshyne". For those of you who don't know it, it's a song covered from the band "Cream" and the original song is called "Sunshine of your love". But Trev raps it...and it's way faster than Unbelievable, and they actually speed the song up. It's been awhile since I listened to it, but it is amazing. In my opinion, that's the only thing that could have made it any better.

Posted on 07-21-2005 by DKelly
[QUOTE=ChurchPunk 2]I like this CD alot. For some reason it reminds me of Rage Aginst The Machine.[/QUOTE]


I can see the comparison. This is a great CD, especially "Puppet" and "Supafly".

Posted on 10-12-2006 by the crossing
yeah i heard this cd last year its not on my top 10 of cds to listen to!
some good songs but im not a big fan of the rappy side of things
everyone like me is pretty cool
drums are pretty tricky if you can pick up the subtle stuff.
Not bad i give it a generous 8

Posted on 11-10-2004 by erej
It's a great cd for TFK fans or if you like punk rap rock style music

Posted on 11-19-2005 by Unregisted
[QUOTE=Inked in Blood]i give it a three.and thats being generous.[/QUOTE]

TFK is ausome clearly you have no taste of music!!11

Posted on 11-19-2005 by DKelly
[QUOTE=chevelledude]TFK is ausome clearly you have no taste of music!!11[/QUOTE]


Maybe he just doesn't have the same taste of music you have.

Posted on 12-17-2004 by Symbiotic
I gave it a 5..... its pretty good but the new songs are all too soft... and the quality of the recording itself is not that great.... it isn't that much improved.... the original I would give an 8, but this is just the same thing with some bad extra songs added.

Posted on 12-19-2004 by Shaneathin86
[QUOTE]I gave it a 5..... its pretty good but the new songs are all too soft... and the quality of the recording itself is not that great.... it isn't that much improved.... the original I would give an 8, but this is just the same thing with some bad extra songs added.[/QUOTE]

i agree that their were a whole lot of extra bad songs added, but since i never had their original cd i gave this one the 8 that it would have earned.

Posted on 12-20-2004 by Inked in Blood
i give it a three.and thats being generous.


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