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Intervention - Dope (4) - Felons And Revolutionaries (CD, Album)

17.10.2019 Voodoojin 8 Comments

Desensitized shows less nu metal elements than Drowning Pool's previous album Sinner. Jones left the band soon after the album's release because of personal and musical differences. Anyone For Doomsday? Powerman Anyone for Doomsday? Due to being too similar to previous work, the album was originally intended to merely be delayed and revamped. However, during this time conflicts began to arise causing longtime members Dorian 27 and Al3 to leave the band.

As a result, the album was scrapped due to Spider's unwillingness to release an album of half new members and half old. The album was available for a while on Powerman 's official website through Spider One's record label, Megatronic Records. The promotional copies featured artwork that was different from the copies available on the website. The album however was taken down due to legal reasons. The album is now available in full on iTunes and Spotify and the physical copy of the album has become a collectors item.

An Education In Rebellion. The Union Underground. Review Summary: Everything sucks! Rank: 0 for Well, luckily, at least this album doesn't. Even though Dope, over the time, has been described as "soulless nu metal garbage" or "casual mainstream nu metal", I'd like to dispute that. One thing that catches the ear right away on this debut is that Felons And Revolutionaries isn't very nu metal at all like Dope's two following records would turn out to be.

Lot of turntable effects are used prominently throughout the album, the guitars sound muffled and dumbed down on some of the songs, and the whole cd has a "cold" atmosphere. Altogether, Felons And Revolutionaries sounds more like industrial rock with a slight nu metal influence. The only songs that could really be considered nu metal are "Everything Sucks", and the N.

Songs like "Intervention" and "Wake Up" are fun fuzzball-blazers. While nothing spectacular by any means, Felons And Revolutionaries does exactly what it should do - it either gets the party going or just provides an easy listening experience. The songs [excluding "Intervention", "Pig Society" and the unexpectedly well-executed cover of "You Spin Me Round Like A Record "] are mostly slow-paced and the focus point is definitely on Edsel's vocals. That's not to say the vox completely overshadow the rest of the band.

Everything Sucks Lyrics 3. Fuck tha Police Lyrics 4. Pig Society Lyrics 5. Debonaire Lyrics 6. Kimberly's Ghost Lyrics 9. Everything Sucks Eadio Mix Lyrics Everything Sucks - radio mix Lyrics Spine for You Lyrics Shit Life Lyrics Deep Set by Greg Puciato. Dillinger Escape Plan frontman Greg Puciato channels industrial metal and sludge rock on a sinister new solo track. Diaspora by The Bedroom Witch. Multimedia artist Sepehr Mashiahof uses dark and direct synth-pop vocabulary to create her own intricate narrative of identity.

Bandcamp Album of the Day Oct 18, Ae Maeth by Reduction Plan. The goth group head into heavier, more distorted territory on their latest, inspired by the folklore of the golem. The new album from VOWWS is driving and merciless, pairing industrial rhythms with doomy, down-stroke guitar chords. Criminal by The Soft Moon. Dark and bass-line heavy post-punk from San Francisco.

Explore music. Flowing Glower. Flowing Glower This is Dope at their most primitive state, untouched by producers and before their signing with Flip Records. Felons was my favorite Dope CD until this came out. I Am Nothing. Pig Society Edsel Dope.

Spotify Amazon. Debonaire Edsel Dope. Everything Sucks Edsel Dope. Sick Edsel Dope. Kimberly's Ghost Edsel Dope. Spine for You Edsel Dope.

One thing that catches the ear right away on this debut is that Felons And Revolutionaries isn't very nu metal at all (like Dope's two following records would turn out to be). Lot of turntable effects are used prominently throughout the album, the guitars sound muffled and dumbed down on some of the songs, and the whole cd has a "cold" atmosphere.

8 thought on “Intervention - Dope (4) - Felons And Revolutionaries (CD, Album)”

  1. Mugor says:
    Sep 26,  · 14 videos Play all Dope - Felons and Revolutionaries (Full Album) [HQ] KaRrlWTF Dead Or Alive You Spin Me Right Round (Like A Record) [Murder Mix] - Duration: whitestripe Recommended for you.
  2. Zulkirr says:
    Felons & Revolutionaires album for sale This album has many Great Songs and two great covers How ever you should note the album cover is not the same as the picture posted on this site. Felons & Revolutionaires CD music But non the less this album deserves some credit after all they had to break out from under Manson and thats not easy to do.
  3. Zolodal says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Felons and Revolutionaries - Dope on AllMusic - - Dope plays a basic style of speed metal while.
  4. Narr says:
    Listen to Intervention by DOPE - Felons And Revolutionaries. Deezer: free music streaming. Discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
  5. Dairamar says:
    Felons and Revolutionaries is the debut studio album by the American band Dope. The album was released in on Epic Records and has sold over , copies in the United States being their best-selling album to date. It was re-released on June 17, , with the /5(14).
  6. Grokinos says:
    Dope - Felons And Revolutionaries Album Lyrics; 1. America The Pitiful Lyrics: 2. Everything Sucks Lyrics: 3. Fuck tha Police Lyrics: 4. Pig Society Lyrics: 5. Debonaire Lyrics: 6. You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) Lyrics: 7. Kimberly’s Ghost Lyrics: 8. Kimberly's Ghost Lyrics: 9. Everything Sucks (Eadio Mix) Lyrics: Everything Sucks.
  7. Tygora says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Felons And Revolutionaries on Discogs. Label: Epic - EK • Format: CD Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • 4/5(2).
  8. Kajin says:
    Felons And Revolutionaries album for sale Dope is an up-and-coming new metal band from NYC, with an industrial grinding sound that’s comparable to Marilyn Manson before he made his “pop-rock” crossover. I saw Dope perform live at The Palace in Hollywood in September, and they put on a very energetic show. It was really a great.

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