"Does This Look Infected?" CD by Sum 41

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The second output of the punk rockers Sum 41 is titled 'Does this look infected' and was first released in 2002. It includes the successful singles 'Still waiting,' 'The hell song,' and 'Over my head (Better of dead),' and presents an interesting alternative to albums by bands like Blink 182, Green Day, Good Charlotte, and more!

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Item no. 419722
Musical Genre Punk Rock
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band Sum 41
Product type CD
Release date 25/11/2002
Gender Unisex

CD 1

  • 1.
    The Hell Song
  • 2.
    Over My Head (Better Off Dead)
  • 3.
    My Direction
  • 4.
    Still Waiting
  • 5.
  • 6.
    No Brains
  • 7.
    All Messed Up
  • 8.
    Mr. Amsterdam
  • 9.
    Thanks For Nothing
  • 10.
  • 11.
    Billy Spleen
  • 12.

The times of complacent, little earwigs, such as "In too deep" or "Motivation" are over - and Sum 41 are no little boys any more. Deryck, Dave, Stevo and Con have become mature, have played in almost every club in the last two years and supported their biggest ideals from Slayer to Judas Priest. That colours off: from now on, they are adult and grown, means: heavy and brutal. Where there used to be smart pop appeal with sugary refrains and singalong vocals, you now get 30 minutes of blasting drums, sawing riffs and full speed. "The hell song", "Still waiting" and "Mr. Amsterdam" with their Speed-elements can be seen as pure Metal-epics and "A.N.I.C." is nothing but 36 seconds of noise. Yet: Sum 41 are best always if they act less wild and crazy. Like in the catchy "Over my head" ("Better off dead"), the witty "My direction" that sounds like Bad Religion or in the melodic "All messed up". But these mid-tempo tracks are in a total of 12 songs underrepresented. (Marcel Anders - 01/03)

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