The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell, Vol. 1 [CD] [PA]

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    FFDP Strikes Again!

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    5FPD4LIFE

    I waited outside for my Best Buy to open so I could be the first to get this album! I write this review as I'm listening to it too. This album is very different in lyrical content as well as guitar melodies (compared to their last 3 albums.) Many times when bands experiment with their sound, the results are not so good. FFDP is the only exception I can think of! This album is still as brutal as their last few, but the style in which FFDP conveys their message is different. In sum, get this album if you are a fan. You won't regret it.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Solid album, one of my favorites

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    NighthawkJack
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    The Wrong Side of Heaven, Vol. 1, is a solid album from Five Finger Death Punch. The opening track shows the kind of energy fans are familiar with, and the secondary vocals by Rob Halford of Judas Priest are a welcome addition. The track "Mama Said Knock You Out" puts a unique spin on a rap song by LL Cool J, and the duet with Maria Brink (of In This Moment) titled "Anywhere But Here" is simply beautiful, as is the title track. I would recommend this to anyone who liked American Capitalist.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good album overall but falls compared to previous

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    DarkRaven697
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    I long anticipated the next ffdp album after American capitalist and was happy to purchase this album. Though not bad it certainly does not reflect the same greatness that American capitalist shared. There are a lot of songs that are in collaboration with other artists, which is cool and sound good for the most part but then the album has other variations of those songs so you're really left with only a handful of new songs. Overall worth the purchase but they've done better in the past.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Back to Basics

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    KnuckleHead64
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    The guitars are insane, the drums are never ending, but the vocals could have been better. Not Ivan’s best; lyrics are too simple/ bland making them sound cheesy. Also, I’m torn on the remixes. I’m glad they collaborated but maybe they should have only released one version of the song. All in all, a decent album that blends into their previous albums. Cannot wait to see the route they take on volume 2.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Volume Number Two Is Better

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    wildswife
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    I Like Death Punch But By Mistake I Bought Volume Number Two Thinking That The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of H Was On There To My Surprise I Love Cold, Wreaking Ball And A Couple Of Other Songs Better Than The Songs On Volume Number One. That's Just My Opinion That Two Is Better Than One. BTW They Would Not Allow Me To Put ELL After H

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Album

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    DerangedVoices
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    These guys just keep getting better and better with each cd they put out. I just love about every single track. I've owned the cd for over a month now, and it still hasn't left the cd player in my car. I just can't stop listening to it. Well worth the money for any FFDP fan. And for those of you who are not a fan yet, pick up this cd, and you will be.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Pretty darn good!

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    Drexish
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    It was a very good album. There's a lot of good tracks but a few duplicate songs (alt versions). It's not a problem for me but some people might feel different about it. There's some absolutely great songs and some are decent. It's definitely not a "1 or 2" good song album and that's it. I can let it play through and enjoy the whole thing.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    No bad songs on this album

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    Hcjmoose
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    I don't think FFDP can make a bad album. Every single song has a hook to it that keeps their songs in your head all day. The collaboration with Rob Halford on track 1 is my favorite and i love the remake of Mama Said Knock You Out, the old LL Cool J song from the early 90s. Great CD and worth every penny.

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