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The Art of Rebellion

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  • As my title says, this was the first Suicidal Tendencies album I got. I expected it to sound punky, as everyone says they’re so good a punk band. I was surprised, and NOT the bad kind! This album is straight forward metal. The first two albums had a punk influence, but HCILTWICEST and everything afterwards was a metal album. This is one of the best albums of the 90’s. Mike Muir’s vocals are top-notch here. Rob Trujillo’s bass is great, the guitars from Mike Clark and the other guitarist (forgot his name…sorry!) are great, as are the drums. The album starts out with “Cant’ Stop”. NO, not the Red Hot Chilli Peppers song! It’s one of the longer songs, but it’s a great start to this great album. The next songs, “Accept My Sacrifice” and “Nobody Hears”, are my favorite songs on this album. I like all the songs on this album, but the above three are my favorites. Recommended if you like metal, speed metal, and Suicidal Tendencies.
    1. Can’t Stop 5/5
    2. Accept My Sacrifice 5/5
    3. Nobody Hears 5/5 (My favorite song!)
    4. Tap into the Power 5/5
    5. Monopoly on Sorrow 5/5
    6. We Call This Mutha Revenge 5/5
    7. I Wasn’t Meant to Feel This/Asleep at the Wheel 5/5
    8. Gotta Kill Captain Stupid 5/5
    9. I’ll Hate You Better 4/5
    10. Which Way to Free 5/5
    11. It’s Going Down 4/5
    12. Where’s the Truth 5/5

    PS, new Suicidal Tendencies album later this year!

    Posted on February 8, 2010