American Capitalist [CD] [PA]

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5
nice Posted by: from: on That was nice too have .....kids loved it ...joined the team..

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4
Good album Posted by: from: on Like all most all of the songs. Got your 6 is my favorite.

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4
Much better than I had anticipated! Posted by: from: GA on First off, I must admit that although I have heard of FFDP for years, and have "skimmed" their previous CD's, I'll be honest, I never truly gave them a really solid listen through. I never felt anything was special about them, other than their singer's voice being unique at times (like in their single "The Bleeding"). Ultimately, I just sort of pidgeonholed them into "just another band" and that was it for a long time. Then this new CD was released. The first (and only) song that I heard before getting the CD was "Generation Dead" and I thought it was actually pretty good and it was catchy... so I decided to give them a real chance; to sit down, undistracted and actually *listen* to this one. The album starts off on a good note... which is the title track "American Capitalist"; heavy intro and verse, then into a catchy and melodic chorus... (always a good formula to me, harsher vocals mixed with melodic singing). The second track is their first single off of this record, "Under And Over It"... heavy riff, simple drum beat w/ just a simple bass kick/snare/hi-hat beat... but combine that very rhythmic pounding back and forth and overlay it with the guitar riff, it's a classic fist-pumping/head-bobbing anthem. Surprisingly, to me... the album continues on with solid songs steadily through the remainder of the CD. I can say I was converted from "indifferent" towards them to having this disc on repeat... every song, in my opinion, is good; I don't find any tracks that make me want to hit "next". I can't say that about a lot of albums being put out lately. Even other 2011 releases that I was really anticipating were real letdowns. Ironically, the ones that I ended up really loving and playing over and over came out of the most unexpected bands, or new bands that I'd never really listened to or paid much attention to. I guess my lesson learned is to try and give those "bands I've heard of, but haven't really ever listened to" a chance that I never gave them before. If I hadn't, this great CD would have slipped under my radar. ...and the reason WHY I've started to give other bands a chance is because over the past few years, there has been such a steady decline in "fantastic CDs". There's typically 2-4 per YEAR that I really catch on to and my incessant, repetative listening to those CD's are what has gotten me through this weak time in music. My recommendations for best CD's of 2010/2011 are: Of Mice & Men - The Flood (2011) Staind - Staind (2011) Parkway Drive - Deep Blue (2010) Norma Jean - Meridional (2010) Bury Your Dead - Mosh N' Roll (2011) Asking Alexandria - Reckless & Relentless (2011) All Shall Perish - This Is Where It Ends (2011) Thanks largely to these CD's, I didn't give up on music totally the past couple of years. Of those, "Parkway Drive - Deep Blue" is the single CD that I just abused. It never gets old. Second place is "Norma Jean - Meridional"; another one that never gets old (actually their entire discography I rate as "Excellent").

12 out of 14 found this review helpful.

5
Great CD Posted by: from: on The band kicks butt. the CD kicks butt. I couldn't ask for anything better!

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5
FFDP Rocks Posted by: from: on I looked all over for this CD.. Only Best Buy could deliver

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3
good music Posted by: from: home on bought for my son he has been asking for this cd for awhile

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5
Awesome CD Posted by: from: on Love the my sic of this band. This is my new fav from them

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5
KIck butt stuff! Posted by: from: sarasota,fl on My first cd from these guys and i can't believe I waited so long to get into their music!!

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5
Great beats with much feeling. Posted by: from: Mansfield,Ohio on The whole album is a very good listen. Can go from beginning to end without skipping a song. Has two songs on there that I really really like, "Under and Over It" and "I Remember Everything". Each song is full of emotion. If you like music like Slipknot, old school Korn, Limp Bizkit and the like, then you will like this cd too. If not, go back to your Bieber albums!

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

5
Five Finger Death Punch Posted by: from: on Great music! Just adding to my collection. Good price, shipped overseas.

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