The debut album of the band, incl. 5 bonus tracks.
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Tracklist - The sickness
- 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 (18.11.2005)
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)
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Another classic album, from a classic band, at a very good price.
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