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Item no. 421826
Gender Unisex
Musical Genre Nu Metal
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band Disturbed
Product type CD
Release date 9/16/02
Metallic riffs, glowering synthy beats and angry singing: On ‘The Sickness’, Disturbed unite the past ten years of American hardcore, alternative rock and crossover subculture.
CD 1
1. Voices (Album Version) 2. The Game (Album Version) 3. Stupify (Album Version) 4. Decay (Album Version) 5. Down With The Sickness (Album Version) 6. Violence Fetish (Album Version) 7. Fear (Album Version) 8. Numb (Album Version) 9. Want (Album Version) 10. Conflict (Album Version) 11. Shout (Album Version) 12. Droppin' Plates (Album Version) 13. Meaning Of Life (Album Version) 14. God Of The Mind (Valentine Soundtrack Version) 15. Stupify (Live Version Faded) (2002) 16. The Game (Live Version) 17. Voices (Live Version) 18. Down With The Sickness (Live Version)
EMP Editorial Team

Metallic riffs, thundering Synthie-Beats and some angry vocals. Disturbed ì combine the last ten years of American subculture of Hardcore, Alternative-ì Rock and Crossover. At the same time, David Drainman (vocals), Dan Donegan ì (guitar), Fuzz (bass) and Mike Wengren (drums) draw the unpleasant picture ì of a decadent nation in which the disturbed individual just has two ì alternatives: to adjust or to refuse. Which point of view Disturbed take up can easily be guessed - they take over the role of the outlaws. ì And that also shows musically. Disturbed present themselves either rhythmic ì or melancholic but always mercilessly direct. The title "The ì sickness" couldn't be more precise - the twelve songs are an extremely ì morbid but also diverse piece of music. "Stupify" is characterized by a thrilling ì change of vocals, "Numb" by it's haunting melancholy, and "Conflict" by ì groovy percussions. Topping all that is "Shout 2000" - a doomy remake of the ì '84 Tears For Fears-classic which should become a real underground hit. ì (Marcel Anders - 01/01)