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      Originally released : 03-24-2009
      Release date        : 03-03-2009
      Album name          : Metamorphosis
      Artist              : Papa Roach

      Ripped by           : Fisteh`
      Genre               : Metal
      Label               : Geffen/Interscope

      Encoding Software   : Lame EOS
      Quality             : -V 2

      Tracks              : 12
      Size of Files       : 72,10 MB

      Ä Track list ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ ÄÄÄ Ä Ä


        01  01:32  Days Of War
        02  03:13  Change Or Die
        03  03:56  Hollywood Whore
        04  03:10  I Almost Told You That I Loved You
        05  04:07  Lifeline
        06  04:02  Had Enough
        07  03:35  Live This Down
        08  04:25  March Out Of The Darkness
        09  03:28  Into The Light
        10  04:27  Carry Me
        11  05:19  Nights Of Love
        12  05:07  State Of Emergency


                                Total time: 46:21 min
     Ä Release notes ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ ÄÄÄ Ä Ä

     That's right -- Papa Roach, a.k.a. "Cut my life into
     pieces, this is my last resort, etc." The latest
     incarnation of dirty, grimy hard rock with black nail
     polish sheen eeks out a chart-topper every few years,
     churning out the same multi-layered production efforts
     every time -- and somehow, they catch the ears of hard
     rock enthusiasts, thanks to their loud, repetitive
     riffs and big, anthemic choruses. Some things never
     change.

     The Northern California band came up through the late-
     nineties rap-rock TRL blowout sale, but eventually
     changed their game into the metal version of
     Nickelback, writing enough singles to peak on hard rock
     charts and get some mainstream attention every two
     years (remember "Scars"? Sure you don't). Now, ten
     years after their debut got them onto the Anger
     Management stage, Papa Roach continue to be one of the
     leaders in the current shiny-metal onslaught.

     Metamorphosis is an enigma, since the term is defined
     as a "transformation," which would ultimately lead one
     to believe this album sounds nothing like their
     previous one... correct? Maybe the band just thought it
     sounded neat, because there certainly isn't any true
     change present, with 45 minutes of lackluster effort
     accompanied by mild theatrics. The album has a desire
     to sound epic (the marching drum introduction "Days of
     War" is a big indication of this), like it's playing on
     a battlefield with fireworks and cannons exploding all
     around them, the world on fire as the destruction is
     celebrated through song. Sadly, it's halted by the same
     old material, despite producer Jay Baumgardner's
     (Sevendust, Evanescence) bass-happy knob-turning.
     "Change or Die" is pretty standard, the first words
     being vocalist Jacoby Shaddix screaming out, "Let's
     go!" We know, we know -- you want to get us up on our
     feet and moshing to the metal... but do you always have
     to tell us? We can figure it out ourselves.

     Like a carnival ringleader, Shaddix has a great
     presence on the microphone and can really howl -- he
     just never brings anything new to his vocal abilities,
     more concerned with showing off how powerful his arena
     -hall voice can be. "Hollywood Whore" sounds like it
     could have been stolen from Nikki Sixx's lyric book
     (oddly enough, he actually guests on "Into the Light"),
     another strip-club theme song -- it doesn't really fit
     in with the whole "battle call" theme. "I Almost Told
     You That I Loved You" is unmistakably a Buckcherry
     ripoff on all accounts, and "Lifelife" has a digitally
     -enhanced riff that gives the song an early-80's vibe
     -- the whole thing sounds like it could be a Mellencamp
     cover.

     Guitarist Jerry Horton wants to restrain himself here
     and be more like Robert Smith, as Tony Palermo brings
     some big background beats to the mix -- there are just
     far too many turns where songs are hindered by one
     ingredient not fitting the recipe. The anthem ballad
     "Had Enough" is held back by Shaddix's slightly-pitchy
     vocals -- ask Randy Jackson, he would agree. The band
     then shifts to gutter-rock material they've done so
     many times before, sending a mixed signal as to where
     they're looking to go here. That's the largest drawback
     on Metamorphosis, which seems to dart in different
     direction at every moment, never settling on one path.
     With the final two tracks clocking in at over ten
     minutes, it actually opens up some doors for the sound
     Papa Roach may have wanted to go for. "Nights of Love"
     shows some soul, but only slips in the production
     aspect, as it could sound so much bigger. "State of
     Emergency" is Hoobastank-ish in the hook, but picks it
     up in the second half as it closes the album.

     Big anthems, Jonas Brother album cover, lyrics that
     weave in & out of ambition-slash-unified hope and back
     -alley corners? Too many times the band takes one step
     forward and two steps back, at least showing some
     minimal signs of life in a dying genre built on
     repetition. Shaddix has a solid voice for this sound,
     and Horton seems to be discovering a new use for his
     distortion pedal, there are just far too many cliches
     in the ocean Papa Roach is trying to swim across, and
     the band can't seem to cope with their identity.

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